More mangrove sites identified
MetadataShow full item record
More areas in Eastern Visayas will be planted with mangroves, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources regional office said. DENR Regional Director for Eastern Visayas Leonardo Sibbaluca told reporters that during the recent visit of DENR Secretary Gina Lopez to this city, she instructed him “to evaluate and assess all areas in Eastern Visayas and plant with mangrove species all areas that are suitable for mangrove planting.” In April last year the DENR launched the P380-million Eastern Visayas mangrove and beach forest rehabilitation project with the target of 13,500 hectares of mangrove and beach forest areas.
Cayubit, R. A. (2016, November 21). More mangrove sites identified. Manila Bulletin, p. 15.
- Manila Bulletin 
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
(The Philippine Star,
November 10, 2016, on page B-11)Pelicans, flamingos, monkeys and even hyenas are under threat in Senegal along with the livelihoods of the local people as thick clusters of mangroves are disappearing. And it seems that not even an ancestral spirit can ...
Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Iloilo; PN (Panay News,
March 24, 2014, on page 4)Planting mangroves in Brgy. Talisay, Barotac Nuevo town was the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) way of celebrating the international day of forests. Some 150 mangrove propagules were planted Friday ...
Lagua, Benel D. (The Manila Times,
March 10, 2017, on page B2-B3)Past supertyphoons Yolanda and Ruby have brought severe deforestation, and the mangrove forests in the province ha been damaged, needing rehabilitation. The mangrove will not only protect; it will restore the normal abundance ...