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Module Writer: Mark Joseph Tinao,

Environmental Sustainability Activities


Coordinator, Campus Sustainability Office

De La Salle University

TRAINING MODULE
One Million Trees and Beyond Project

Title: ”Gulayan, at Malinis na Bakuran Tungo sa Luntiang Paaralan”


Focus Areas: Gulayan sa Paaralan and Ecological Solid Waste Management for Schools
Duration: 2 days (including practicum)
Date: November 26-27, 2015
Venue: Salikneta Agrivet Farm, De La Salle Araneta University, Bulacan

Background

In support of De La Salle Philippines’ (DLSP) initiatives for a greener and more sustainable
environment, De La Salle University through its Center for Social Concern and Action and the
Campus Sustainability Office partnered with the Department of Education (DepEd) for the
revitalization of NGP programs which include Gulayan sa Paaralan and Ecological Solid Waste
Management for Agricultural Purposes programs of the public schools as part of DEPED – DLSU One
Million Trees and Beyond Project (OMTB) partnership

The DEPED – DLSU OMTB partnership seeks to promote environmental stewardship values among
the different sectors of their respective institutions as well as the restoration of the integrity of
natural ecosystems through the setting up, propagation and planting of native and endemic tree
species under the Gulayan sa Paaralan programs of the different participating schools.

Training on setting up nurseries for native and endemic tree species has been conducted last year as
part of the capability-building efforts of the partnership. Seeing the need to revive the school garden
to which the tree nurseries have been tied-up with as well as recognizing the significance of
promoting the ecological management of solid wastes in the project (e.g. recycling of waste
materials for use in the school garden and nurseries, composting as a source of nutrients for the
seedlings and vegetables etc.), another training program has been deemed relevant and necessary.

Objectives

Upon completion of the 2-day training module on Gulayan sa Paaralan and Ecologcial Solid Waste
Management for Schools, the participants are expected to:

1. Develop and implement an urban vegetation and ESWM plan for the school;
2. Apply concepts and practical knowledge learned from the training into the day-to-day life at
home, in school and in their respective communities;
3. Identify significant factors (e.g. scientific, economic, social, environmental factors, etc.) that
contribute to the successful running of a gulayan, ESWM and composting program

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Environmental Sustainability Activities
Coordinator, Campus Sustainability Office

De La Salle University
4. Increase agricultural productivity of the school garden by developing an agricultural
management system that is suitable to their area and local crops;
5. Provide comprehensive hands-on venues for the proper execution and maintenance of the
gulayan program which may serve as laboratory for home economics and practical arts
subjects;
6. Help support feeding program through the production of locally grown vegetables; and
7. Foster the participation of other key stakeholders within the school and the immediate
community to promote inclusive growth.

Target Participants

Representatives from DEPED-DLSU partner Public Schools:


 Principals
 YES-O Adviser/Environment-related Organization Coordinator
 Teachers/Master Teachers specializing
in: o Agriculture/Science and Health
o Livelihood/Entrepreneurship
o National Greening Program Coordinator
o Girl Scouts/Boy Scout of the Philippines Coordinator
o School Paper Adviser

Training Module

Day 1: Gulayan sa Paaralan

Time Training Objectives Sessions/Activities Resource Persons


7:00 am Registration
8:00 am Opening Prayer Central Committee
OMTB Champions
General orientation on the Welcome Remarks COSCA-UCED
training objectives Coordinators
Levelling of Expectations Environmental Experts
and Advocates
Training Objectives and
Framework
8:30 To share Lasallian principles and Lasallian Values & the Lasallian Brother
programs for the environment Environment
10:00 Morning Snacks

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Environmental Sustainability Activities
Coordinator, Campus Sustainability Office

De La Salle University
Time Training Objectives Sessions/Activities Resource Persons
10:30 To enhance hands-on skills of Gulayan sa Paaralan
the teachers in farming -Urban Farming DepED Central Office
-Container Gardening DLS-Araneta
To teach the learners the -Raised Bed Gardening University
methods of sustainable -Indoor Gardening College of Science
production of food which are -Community Gardening Experts (Agriculture,
applicable to their homes Forestry & other
related fields)
12 noon Lunch Break
Ice Breaker
1:30 pm To promote organic or chemical- -Organic Gardening DepED Central Office

free production -Hydroponic Gardening DLS-Araneta


-Aquaponic Gardening University
To teach the learners the -Vertical Gardening College of Science
methods of sustainable Experts (Agriculture,
production of food which are Forestry & other
applicable to their homes related fields)

3:30 Afternoon Snacks


4:00 To introduce new technologies Agribusiness DepED Central Office
of agricultural management and -production management DLS-Araneta
production scheme -business planning University
-sustainability College of Science
Also aims to showcase small- Experts (Agriculture,
scale production and Forestry & other
entrepreneurship models in related fields)
schools to be replicated in
households

Day 2: Ecological Solid Waste Management in Schools

Time Training Objectives Sessions/Activities Resource Persons


8:00 am To give an overview about RA Opening Prayer
9003 for schools National Solid Waste
Recap of Day 1 Management
To utilize the recyclables Commission Secretariat
(bottles, containers, used tires Ecological Solid Waste Environmental experts
etc.) as planting media or seed Management in and Advocates

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Environmental Sustainability Activities
Coordinator, Campus Sustainability Office

De La Salle University
Time Training Objectives Sessions/Activities Resource Persons
beds (for limited planting Schools
area)
-Disposal Technique
To encourage the integration
of solid waste management in
the curriculum
To make an agreement with

canteen concessionaires for


the provision of kitchen
leftovers for use in the
compost
10:00 Morning Snacks
10:30 To help the environment by 1. Composting and
recycling valuable organic Composting Methods College of Science
resources, refrain from -BokashiComposting Experts (Agriculture,
chemical fertilizers and Forestry & other
reducing waste to our related fields)
school/backyard
To save money from store-
brought soil
conditioners/fertilizers
12 noon Lunch
1:30 pm -Vermicomposting
-Composting Methods College of Science
at Home Experts (Agriculture,
Forestry & other
related fields)
3:00 pm Afternoon snacks
3:30 pm To prepare individual school Program planning Plenary
plans of action related to: 1. Presentation of
Gulayan sa Paaralan Outcomes
ESWM 2. Consolidation of
Plans
3. Harmonization of
Timeline/Schedule
-Regular Meeting
-Monitoring and
Evaluation
Meetings

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Environmental Sustainability Activities
Coordinator, Campus Sustainability Office

De La Salle University
Time Training Objectives Sessions/Activities Resource Persons
4. Closing Ceremonies

Resource Persons: For review


1. Gulayan Sa Paaralan:
a. Technical side of gardening
b. Agribusiness side of gardening

2. ESWM
a. General on RA 9003 FOCUSED ON SCHOOLS
b. COMPOSTING
c. VERMICULTURE

3. Emcee/Facilitator:

References

DepED. (2012). National Greening Program at the DepEd Central Office-Log frame Matrix.
Department of
Education-Central Office.

Department of Education Memorandum: No. 58, s. 2011

Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000

Penullar, Neil. (2014). Module: Nursery Management for Native Tree Species (unpublished)-OMTB
Project. Center for Social Concern and Action. De La Salle University.

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