Project Information

Invasive Tree Awareness & Removal/ Fruit Tree Forest
George Washington High School, John F. Kennedy High School, Okkodo High School, Simon Sanchez High School, Southern High School, Tiyan High, J.P. Torres Alternative School, Summer School 2016
Environment Stewardship, Health Services
Science, Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Ecology, Environmental Science, Permaculture, Agriculture, Botany, Agri-Science, Chamorro
Outside of School
Open - Sign up
Juanita C.V. Blaz
Basic Information
  • The Ayuda Foundation / Island Girl Power
    Mr. Vince Pool / Audrey Brown 989-1604 9am-2pm
    9, 10, 11, 12
    Not Suitable for Persons with Disabilities
    No Costs

  • Description

    Orientation and briefing to teach students how to identify Native and Indigenous Trees.  Work in partnership with Forestry, USDA and   others to tag trees in an abandoned park in Dededo as a first step in creating a walking trail and open park area for the community. 

    Career Pathway/Field



    Enviroental Steward


    Spread awareness of the difference between native plants and invasive plants.

    NCD Prevention with Fruit tree Forest

    Teach students how to make an environmental assessment



    Sign up for this project

    Attend safety briefings at 9:30am

    Work with us for 5 hours per day for 2 days

    Submit Reflection onto website

    Turn in MY HOURS sheet to teacher when you go back to school


    Must complete Parent Consent Form for IGP

    Must be prepared for outdoor work/ bring mosquito spray

    Direct sunlight, exposure to overgrown jungle areas

    Need closed toe shoes, gloves and refillable water bottle 


    Issue Area

    Invasive Tree Awareness

    Agency Description

    Youth Leadership & Female Empowerment

    Point of Contact Informations

    989-1604 or 688-4752

    Comments about the Project Location

    Park at Island Girl Power in Dededo, sign in at Thrift Store, involves a short walk to a nearby abandoned park area