Antique expands marine conservation campaign
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The provincial government here has further strengthened its marine conservation campaign by forging a partnership with a non-government organization. The “Itib-ong ta, Kinaiya Antique” campaign will now cover the municipalities of Sebaste and Pandan, Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office head Andres Untal said. She cited the the memorandum of agreement that was signed by representatives of the provincial government and Rare Philippines last week. Meanwhile, Alletth Gayatin, senior aquaculturist of the Office of Provincial Agriculturist (OPA), said that Rare Philippines believes that the fisherfolk could help in the conservation and sustainable management of the marine resources of the province if they take pride in their livelihood and the rich marine resources.
Antique expands marine conservation campaign. (2019, October 28). Panay News, p. 3.
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