Save Negros Forest Park

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A Rain Forest in the Heart of the City

The Negros Forest Park (Formerly Negros Forest and Ecological Foundation, Inc. - Biodiversity Conservation Center) is pegged to be demolished for the sake of progress. The provincial government has plans to re-purpose the area, and forego the importance of green spaces in the city. This park is not your regular green space.

This park is home to Negros' endemic tree and wildlife species, with successful births of our critically endangered wildlife. You can not put a price tag on its importance. This move will disrupt an already thriving habitat for these animals and the current barren relocation site will take decades to replicate what is already there.

The park is a living museum and has educated generations on the importance of conservation. A place for young and old to connect with our island's own natural treasures. It is the pride of the Negrenses and has the potential to be a world class tourist destination that will benefit the whole province.   

We encourage our leaders to combine environmental conservation and progress and strive for a balance. Give us a chance to show you that it is possible.