Friday, May 22, 2009

Ramey Schools Tree Planting Photos, PUERTO RICO!

We planted 3 Puerto Rican Hat Palms Sabal causiarum
The Puerto Rican Hat Palm has become a threatened species.
Because the grass is now mowed by lawn mowers instead of cut by machete, the seedlings never get a chance to grow from the mother plant.  Hence they are reproductive "dead" due to human activity.  That is why we are starting seedling and planting them when they are large enough that the lawn mowers will not cut them down.
A) Your school name   RAMEY SCHOOL
 B) Your city                AGUADILLA
 C) Your country          PUERTO RICO