Planting a tree
Negril Area Environmental Protection Trust's (NEPT) Keisha Spence (second right) and Forestry Department Western Zone's Tamara Nicholson (right) assist Church Hill Primary students Kayon Smith (from left) and Jada McKinson to plant a tree in observance of the National Tree Planting Initiative at the Hanover-based institution last week Friday. The initiative, launched by Prime Minister Andrew Holness in 2019, is aimed at planting three million ornamental and timber trees in three years. (Photo: Anthony Lewis)

Negril Area Environmental Protection Trust's (NEPT) Keisha Spence (second right) and Forestry Department Western Zone's Tamara Nicholson (right) assist Church Hill Primary students Kayon Smith (from left) and Jada McKinson to plant a tree in observance of the National Tree Planting Initiative at the Hanover-based institution last week Friday.

The initiative, launched by Prime Minister Andrew Holness in 2019, is aimed at planting three million ornamental and timber trees in three years.

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