Mangrove rehabilitation project
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Two groups of volunteers helped the Foundation sustain the greening of the countryside by planting mangroves in Boracay earlier this year. The first group who joined the TYKFI staff in the planting activity was composed of employees of PNB-Boracay Branch and volunteer street sweepers provided by the Manocmanoc Barangay Council headed by Barangay Captain Abram Sualog. They helped plant 1,000 Mangroves (Bakauan lalaki and Pagatpat) which are native in Sitio Lugutan, Manocmanoc, Boracay Island.
Mangrove rehabilitation project. (2015, September 30). Malaya, p. A11.
Mangrove restoration; Environmental protection; Mangroves; Ecotourism; Environmental restoration; PNB-Boracay Branch; Manocmanoc Barangay Council; 46th APEC Tourism Working Group; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD); International Air Transport Association (IATA); Sualog, Abram
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