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The Iligan City Office-Philippine National Police (ICPO-PNP), Station 1, in Ambo, Iligan City and members of the Alpha Phi Omega International fraternity and sorority recently joined forces in planting mangrove propagules along the shore of Purok 7, Bayug Island, Barangay Hinaplanon. ICPO city director, PSr.Supt. Raul L. Diones led the planting of 1,200 propagules in one of the areas hit hard by tropical storm Sendong last Decemeber 2011.
Mangroves planting. (2012, September 11). Manila Bulletin, p. 15.
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