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A mangrove planting activity was held Monday in the coastal areas of Barangay Talon-Talon in this city in observance of this year's World Wetlands Day celebration. The city government reportedly planted 2,000 propagules, a contribution to the national government's greening program. With the theme "Wetlands for Our Future," the World Wetlands Day celebration seeks to raise public awareness of the value and benefits of wetlands and promote the conservation of mangroves, a known fish, crabs, prawns, and other sea creatures' breeding ground.
Lacson, N. E. (2015, February 6). Mangrove Planting. Manila Bulletin, p. 13.
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