Take 2 for Bolinao folk
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The coastal areas of Bolinao, a third-class municipality (annual income: P35 million to P45 million) of nearly 75,000, have been divided into zones dedicated exclusively to ecotourism, fisheries management, trade and navigation, and a zone for multiple uses. It was only when the municipal government stopped the construction that residents learned it was a fish hatchery project. Celeste said Feedmix distributed flyers, informing residents it was building a hatchery, with a fisheries school, an oceanarium and villas. Recently, she said, Feedmix had described its Patar project as a hatchery and an ecolearning center.
Cardinoza, G. (2015, March 25). Take 2 for Bolinao folk. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. A17.
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Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Hatcheries; Permits; Environmental legislation; Fishery management; Feed; University of the Philippines’ Marine Science Institute (UPMSI); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Movement of Bolinao Concerned Citizens Inc. (MBCCI); Feedmix Specialists Inc.; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC); Villanueva, Ronald; Perdon, Ramon; Toledo, Joebert