Bacolod jail officers plant 300 mangrove saplings
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Jail officers of the Metro Bacolod District Jail-Male Dormitory (MBDJ-MD) conducted a mangrove planting activity and coastal cleanup as part of their advocacy for environmental preservation. MBDJ-MD jail warden Chief Inspector Ruth Estales said the event is an initiative to support the conservation and protection of mangrove in the coastline of Barangay Punta-Taytay in this city. Estales said around 300 mangrove saplings were planted and 12 sacks of garbage were also collected during the activity.
Bacolod jail officers plant 300 mangrove saplings. (2019, May 19). Panay News, p. 9.
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