The General Santos City Water District acknowledges the importance of nurturing and protecting the environment for our water recharge hence its vision to pursue sustainable development throughout the community by enhancing the capabilities on environment conservation.
It is on this premise that GSCWD has been working on in implementing its Agro-Forestry Projects in Sitio Tenifulan, Brgy. Maligo, Polomolok, South Cotabato and Prk. 7, Nopol Hills, Brgy. Mabuhay, this city.
Launched last March 13, 2010 with an initial 10-hectare adopted site of the Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape (MMPL), GSCWD has already covered almost 40 hectares with endemic species of seedlings and continuously ensures the growth and thriving of these planted trees.
To house tree planting and other community-related activities, GSCWD proposed to construct a multi-purpose building. With the consent from Protected Area Management Board and the DENR, the project has started on November 21, 2013 through a Bayanihan system with the cooperation of the Barangay Council of Maligo, Polomolok, South Cotabato.
GSCWD together with its stakeholders and partners assures to continue working not just on the conservation of environment but also in enhancing and bettering the lives of the upland community through its watershed projects.