More mangroves at eco-park seen to allay climate change
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Aklan provincial government employees will plant some 8,000 bakhawan propagules at the Bakhawan Eco-park in Brgy, New Buswang here next week. The employees, who will be led by the Economic Enterprise Development Department (EEDD), will hold the mangrove planting on a two-hectare area at the eco-park, one of the town's tourist attractions, on January 22.
Villanueva, V. (2014, January 17). More mangroves at eco-park seen to allay climate change. Panay News, p. 6.
Mangroves; Mangrove conservation; Climatic changes; Environmental protection; Ecotourism; Livelihoods; Breeding sites; Economic Enterprise Development Department (EEDD); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Aklan Rivers Development Council (ARDC); Provincial Academic Center; Administrative Support Services; Agri-Aqua Production Services; Tourism Operation; Construction Development and Quarrying Services; Public Employment Service Office and Port Operations; Kalibo Save the Mangrove Association; Mangrove Association; Terencio, Michael; Quimpo, Allen; Miraflores, Florencio; Haresco, Teodorico; Kalibo
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