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Soldiers of the Army's 24th Infantry battalion will be planting 20,000 coral reefs in the coastal waters off Barangay Saysain to prepare the possible venue here for the 2015 Asia Pacific Economic Conference (APEC). Commanding officer Lt. Col. Gilmar Galicia said this will be done in coordination with Bataan Governor Abet S. Garcia, Bagac Mayor Ramil del Rosario, Sr. Supt. Audie Atienza of the Philippine National Police-Bataan, and the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR).
Supnad, M. (2014, January 30). Coral Planting. Manila Bulletin, p. 14.
Coral farming; Coral; Coral reefs; Coastal zone; Coral reef conservation; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC); Citizen Armed Force Geographical Unit (CAFGU); Army's 24th Infantry Battalion; Philippine National Police (PNP)-Bataan; Galicia, Gilmar; Garcia, Abet S.; del Rosario, Ramil; Atienza, Audie
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