PENRO STOPS CUTTING OF NATURALLY GROWN TREES

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DINALUPIHAN, Bataan: The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) provincial office in Bataan on Wednesday announced that it has stopped the cutting of naturally grown forest trees, specifically akling parang species in Dinalupihan, Bataan. Fred Sadueste, provincial environment and natural resources officer, said he stopped the Mountain View Upland Farmers Association running a Community-Based Forest Management tree plantation in the mountain area of Maligaya, Dinalupihan. The organization composed of 30 farmers from an Ivatan community in sityo Batanes in Maligaya sought a permit to cut g’melina, mahogany, eucalyptus and akling parang known in the locality as alangangad.

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