Coast Guard to plant 60,000 mangroves
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As part of its contribution to help preserve the sustainability of the marine environment, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) started its two-week long planting of mangroves in more sensitive coastlines. The planting of mangroves is part of the activities marketing the 12th founding anniversary of the Philippine Coast Guard’s Marine Environmental Protection Command (MEPCOM) on May 31.
Coast Guard to plant 60,000 mangroves. (2010, May 17). Manila Bulletin, p. 9.
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