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September 21, 2018

We are inspired with stories we have witnessed and shared through our work on the ground for a year now. However, we are very much behind on our postings. As we find grounding while formalizing as a non-profit organization, we realized we need the extra heads, hearts,...

August 28, 2017

Our first permaculture designed community garden with a simple composting system, and nursery for 500 ++ Marawi IDPs at Ma'ha Al-Nor Madrasa in Iligan City through our permaculture team led by Raymond Mendoza and Reymondje R. Apinohonn, assisted byJaff M. Abdulwahabb a...

July 27, 2017

Our team is currently preparing to assist IDPs from Marawi City, after a terrorist led siege caused the displacement of more than 400,000 of its inhabitants. Through Garden to Garden Releaf, we hope to provide immediate support for food security, water, and waste manag...

July 26, 2017

Two months since the Marawi siege, many of the 400,000 displaced people are still eating relief goods. Regular consumption of MSG and preservatives laden donated canned goods and instant noodles can hamper health and well-being for the IDPs in recovery from trauma and...

July 7, 2017

Witnessing Trees is our pilot project for food security, regenerative livelihood, and ecosystem restoration. We are working with Balawag National High School in Tabuk, Kalinga province in partnership with the Department of Education.

We are working with community leader...

July 5, 2017

Deep roots. This is my meditation on my life work after arriving back from Kalinga province to launch our first workshop for Witnessing Trees a pilot project for Green Releaf, an organization I'm co founding to support communities in transition from disasters and confl...

June 1, 2017

Green Releaf is inspired to work with a dedicated Project Management team for our seed funding from the Sustainable LUSH fund. 

Meet Sarah Queblatin, co-founder, and convener for Green Releaf projects, Terence Osorio, a former nun who has worked with social and environm...

February 6, 2017

Meaningful to see the mandala vision we did together with Dom-an Macagne and the Tanulong indigenous farmers in Sagada last year. Here, they are sharing their vision with Sagada organic farmers and Typhoon Lawin Emergency Livelihood Response project partners Christian...

January 4, 2017

As I start understanding regenerative agriculture in my work, going through the mountain villages of Kalinga province with bad rocky and muddy roads (as in hell bad you wonder where your taxes go) will bring you heartbreak. There, hectares and hectares of forests are b...

August 14, 2016

Back in Batug in Leyte. Super inspired after a full day of ecosystems study and a climate resilience lecture with Dr. Ed Mangaoang, Director for Climate Change Research and Development at the Visayas State University. Here with the Batug women's association, Batug Yout...

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