Toilsome recovery for Culasi seaweed farmers
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Residents of the island barangay of Maniguin in this northern municipality have not yet recovered two months after super typhoon "Yolanda" struck and devastated Antique. The typhoon washed away the tambalang (seaweed) farms-the residents' main source of income-surrounding the 35-hectare island. Maniguin, which can be reached via motorized banca, is one of the three island barangays of Culasi including Batbatan and Malalison. It has about 828 residents.
Mondragon. A. B. (2014, January 6). Toilsome recovery for Culasi seaweed farmers. Manila Bulletin, p. 16.
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