Damages caused by Typhoon Ineng

Non stop rain for 8 days. Strong winds.Landslides.

Landslide back Lina's cottage Layog country farm
Landslide back Lina’s cottage

The damage caused by typhoon Ineng at Layog Country Farm was enormous that I was just speechless when I went to the farm for inspection just to have an idea of the damages caused. There were landslides that have to be cleared, trees uprooted, and some crops destroyed.

layog country farm Landlside beside the family chapel.
Landslide beside the family chapel.

It was really depressing to witness such, but at the end of the day, I have to tell myself how lucky I am having all the farm assistants and volunteers safe.

layog country farm Landslide at the backside of the family chapel
Landslide at the backside of the family chapel

No accident! that was the main concern …. just a big mess to be cleared up and to find a solution to the landslides.

Time for clearing. Landslide caused by Typhoon Ineng
Time for clearing. Landslide caused by Typhoon Ineng
layog country farm Landslide near our nursery
Landslide near our nursery
Landslide beside our kitchen.layog country farm
Landslide beside our kitchen.
Moving some trees from our garden down to the road layog country farm typhoon ineng
Moving some trees from our garden down to the road

If you have any suggestions or can provide assistance in solving our landslide problems please comment below. We appreciate your help very much.

Published by layogcountryfarm

Executive Director of Layog Country Farm Center for Sustainable Futures

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4 Comments

  1. Natural events will always come and go but the spirit of helping one another to achieve a goal will last forever 😀 Happy to see a lot of people helping one another to fix the damages caused by the typhoon 😇

    1. Yes, it was really touching to see how much all the farm assistants worked so hard and even worked overtime just to save the chapel from being flooded.
      Our volunteers Ruth and Thomas who witnessed the landslides have done all their best to help too.

      Now we have to plan further and do more preventive measures so as to minimize the damage when the typhoon hits hard again next time.

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