Belize Territorial Volunteers plant coconut trees near the border

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BTV volunteer

BTV volunteer

Tuesday, March 24, 2015. JUAN CAAL Reporting: The Belize Territorial Volunteers, headed by Wil Maheia, made another trek to the border on Sunday, March 22 to plant coconut trees.

About fifty BTV volunteers and supporters traveled to the village of Jalacte in remote Toledo, where they planted some 30 coconut trees on the Belize side of the border in the area of “container hill.”

WIl Maheia

WIl Maheia

According to Maheia, Sunday’s activity was meant to reinforce awareness of the Belize border and that there should be no disputing where Belize ends and where Guatemala begins.

Among the group of persons who traveled to the border experts who helped with GPS tracking to ensure that the BTV volunteers and supporters did not cross into Guatemala inadvertently and that the coconut trees are planted on the Belize side of the border.

Belize Territorial Volunteers

Belize Territorial Volunteers

Wil Maheia and BTV

Wil Maheia and BTV

Planting coconut trees

Planting coconut trees

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