Open harvest for 'diwal'
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Mayor Angel Alan Celino will announce Wednesday, April 22, the open harvest for angel wings, locally known as "diwal". Policarpio Altamia Jr., chairman of the City Fishery and Aquatic Resources Management Council (CFARMC), said the City Agriculturist Office (CAO) recommended the declaration of the open harvest. The CAO will issue the permit for diwal gathering. Applicants are required to attend orientation conducted by the Coastal Resource Management (CRM) before the issuance of the permit and only registered boats can be used in the harvest.
Billones, J. A. (2015, April 21). Open harvest for 'diwal'. The Daily Guardian, pp. 2, 7.
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Season regulations; Fishing; Divers; Permits; Monitoring; Surveys; Shellfish; Fishery regulations; Coastal zone management; Philippine Coast Guard (PCG); City Fishery and Aquatic Resources Management Council (CFARMC); City Agriculture Office (CAO); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)- Region VI; Bantay Dagat; Celino, Angel Alan; Altamia, Policarpio Jr.; Astrolabio, Rizalde
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