2-T mangroves planted in NegOcc's coastal village
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“We only have one planet earth – one world. It is our earth. Our home.” This was the statement of Ignacio Cabayao Jr., chief Agrarian Reform Program officer during a mangrove-planting activity in Barangay Tomongtong’s coastline area in E.B. Magalona, Negros Occidental on Tuesday. Around 120 volunteers planted around 2,000 mangrove buds (propagules) to support the government’s Expanded National Greening Program, said Cabayao.
2-T mangroves planted in NegOcc's coastal village. (2019, March 2). Panay News, p. 10.
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