Waffle Time leads mangrove-planting in Guimaras
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Determined to continue the drive to environmental preservation, Waffle Time once again conducted its annual tree planting activity as part of its corporate social responsibility program. The area has been one of the greatly-affected areas in the 2006 Guimaras oil spill. With the assistance of Dr. Rex Sadaba, the mangrove expert from the University of the Philippines Visayas, the company, with its more than 70 management employees, were determined to plant the mangrove seedlings amidst the thigh-high mud and the dull weather.
Waffle Time leads mangrove-planting in Guimaras. (2013, June 18). The Daily Guardian, p. B6.
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