Fisheries bureau boosts ell stock on Benguet
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, led by chief aquaculturist Pino Wakit, in coordination with the provincial and municipal local government units, has seeded eels along fish sanctuaries of Agno and Amburayan rivers in Itogon, Bokod, and Kapangan, Benguet. Some 50,000 glass eels were stocked in a fish sanctuary located in lower Agno River where they are protected from fishing and contaminants. Another 100,000 glass eels were stocked along the Upper Agno and Amburayan rivers in Bokod and Kapangan, Benguet, respectively.
See, D. A. (2015, October 5). Fisheries bureau boosts ell stock on Benguet. Manila Standard, p. A7.
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