BFAR, QSU, make water reservoir productive
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Efforts get under way for the revival of a water reservoir into a healthy and attractive source of fish products inside the compound of a university here. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and the Quirino State University in this town will jointly implement the project intended to provide livelihood opportunities among the residents of this town. The reservoir, which absorbs water running from the drainage canal of the nearby public market, has discouraged any fishing activity for livelihood purposes.
Ebreo, B. M. (2017, June 4). BFAR, QSU, make water reservoir productive. Manila Standard, p. D1.
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