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The world is full of wondrous life. From the tiniest to the biggest living creature to have ever graced this Earth, Mother Nature never fails to amaze us. Aside from us humans, plants and animals also form part of this shared space. We depend on wildlife and other natural resources for our most basic needs like food, medicines, clothing, shelter, and fuel. Thus, making sure that ecosystems thrive should be a priority by governments and ordinary citizens alike so that animal and plant species continue to exist in the future.

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When you speak of green meadows, one would typically think of rolling hills where the grass and flowers are gently swayed by the breeze. It’s a great place for picnics where children could roam free and play. But alas, not all greenery is on dry land.

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The Province of Antique on the western side of Panay Island never falls short when it comes to natural wonders. It takes pride of its tall and verdant peaks, pristine river systems, majestic seas, bountiful plains, and diverse flora and fauna. And in its heart lies the Municipality of Valderrama.

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Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Sibalom, Antique’s poblacion lies a place of tranquility. In an increasingly more urbanized world, a breath of fresh air is a much-appreciated delight. A gem, not hidden, but is treasured by locals and visitors alike. This is Sibalom Natural Park, a beacon of hope for a greener future. For us all.

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As efforts to increase the country’s forest cover and green spaces continue, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Region 6 lays down some of its notable achievements on its implementation of the Enhanced National Greening Program (ENGP).

 

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