200 Aklan employees to plant 8,000 mangroves
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About 200 employees of the Provincial Capitol of Aklan will plant 8,000 mangrove propagules on January 22 at the Bakhawan Eco-Park in New Buswang here. Activity organizer Economic Enterprise Development Department (EEDD) said the mangrove-planting activity in the two-hectare mangrove area is an effort to help global measures aimed to mitigate the impact of climate change. In 1994, the Bakhawan Eco-Park was bestowed the Galing Pook Award.
Villanueva, V. G. (2014, January 17). 200 Aklan employees to plant 8,000 mangroves. The Daily Guardian, p. B6.
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Mangroves; Mangrove conservation; Climatic changes; Environmental protection; Economic Enterprise Development Department (EEDD); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); Provincial Academic Center; Administrative Support Services; Agri-Aqua Production Services; Tourism Operation; Construction Development and Quarrying Services; Public Employment Service Office; Port Operations; Terencio, Michael; Quimpo, Allen
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