The work on the Butterfly Sanctuary is progressing well. Seventy five percent of the invasive Ipil Ipil (Leucaena leucocephala) has been removed and the balance 25 percent will be removed by the end of April.
A pond has been dug and it’s now in the process of having the banks shaped and filled with natural mud to make it waterproof.
The first batch of host plants has been planted. The selection, procurement and planting of the second batch of host plants are in the planning stages.