On Friday February 16th, 2018, the Environment Club students comprising of 3rd and 4th formers of the Cayon High School volunteered to plant fruit trees to participate in the National Volunteer Day Commemoration. A total of eight trees were planted at the school entrance and in the garden. The trees planted were Avocado, Spice Guava, Fat Pork and Soursop. The project was a partnership with the UNESCO St. Mary’s Biosphere Reserve (SMBR) programme, the Caribbean Sustainable Environment Awareness Organization (CSEAO), the Ministry of Community Development and Social Affairs and the National Volunteers Day Committee. The students were guided by Mr. Winston “Ebro” Caesar, MAB Committee Member and Cayon Farmer, who demonstrated how to plant and maintain the trees. MAB Coordinator, Markysa O’Loughlin and SMBR resident also gave the students an opportunity to share their knowledge the plants in a very interactive session.