Abandoned fishpond is now mangrove sanctuary
MetadataShow full item record
A formerly abandoned fishpond is now teeming with Miyapi (A. rumphiana) mangrove trees. In November 2017, the town of Leganes, Iloilo has planted 15,000 trees in the 7.5-hectare area in Sitio Panus-on, Brgy. Nabitasan. It was part of the enhanced National Greening Program (eNGP) of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-6.
Conserva, L. H. (2018, October 10). Abandoned fishpond is now mangrove sanctuary. The Daily Guardian, p. 13.
Associated contentOnline version
- The Daily Guardian 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
(The Philippine Star,
November 10, 2016, on page B-11)Pelicans, flamingos, monkeys and even hyenas are under threat in Senegal along with the livelihoods of the local people as thick clusters of mangroves are disappearing. And it seems that not even an ancestral spirit can ...
Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Iloilo; PN (Panay News,
March 24, 2014, on page 4)Planting mangroves in Brgy. Talisay, Barotac Nuevo town was the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) way of celebrating the international day of forests. Some 150 mangrove propagules were planted Friday ...
Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin,
February 20, 2017, on page 8)Residents in the island barangay of Banacon, this town, which has the largest man-made mangrove forest in Asia in terms of area planted with different species, have been promised more jobs by the Department of Environment ...