We were recently informed that the cost for the project is now estimated to be closer to $525k. It was originally estimated to cost $450K of which we have raised over $400K in donations and pledges. For this reason, and because we were not able to raise the necessary funds in time to meet the university's scheduling requirements, the project's construction has now been moved to 2018. PLEASE help us meet this new deadline!
A moderately hard reddish wood, tanguile is one of the seven local woods often referred to as Philippine Mahogany
Few exotic trees are as widely cultivated and versatile as the Acacia tree.
Kamagong timber is extremely dense and hard and is famous for its dark color..
The Molave tree in the Philippines is known for its extremely hard wood.
The Niyog (coconut) tree is often used as the posts for the traditional native houses
Lauan, a Philippine Mahogany is considered the best in Asia.
Narra is the Philippine national tree.