DENR-6 joins mangrove planting coastal cleanup
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Employees of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) joined other government agencies in planting seedlings of Pagatpat and Bungalon mangrove species on the shorelines of barangays Bigke in Leganes and Ermita in Dumangas, Iloilo. The mangrove planting along with coastal clean-up were the activities spearheaded by the provincial government in celebrating the Month of the Ocean. According to Atty. Arturo Cangrejo, Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) OIC head, they aim to plant 1.5 million trees and mangroves before the year ends.
DENR-6 joins mangrove planting coastal cleanup. (2018, June 05). The Daily Guardian, p. 13.
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Mangrove restoration; Coastal zone management; Environment management; Mangrove conservation; Mangroves; Coastal zone management; Governments; Cleaning; Greenhouse effect; Global warming; Water quality; Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO); Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI; Cangrejo, Arturo; Sampulna, Jim O.; Cimatu, Roy A.
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