Army to help restore Nogas Island corals
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Philippine Army soldiers are in Brgy. Nato, Anini-y town, not for battle but to help restore coral reefs in Nogas Island. “Our presence here must not be misinterpreted” as an indication that the town is “unruly,” said Brig. Gen. Aurelio Baladad, commander of the 3rd Infantry Division (3ID). “We are here to help.” Baladad said the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) asked them to help in its coral reef restoration project.
Army to help restore Nogas Island corals. (2013, August 23). Panay News, p. 1.
Coral reef restoration; Coral reefs; Environmental protection; Coral reef conservation; Fishery industry; Philippine Army; 3rd Infantry Division of the Philippine Army; Department of Science and Technology (DOST); Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD); Baladad, Aurelio; Mabanta, Jose Jr.
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