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Written By: Planning Officer II Jhonna Liza S. Medenilla June 24, 2019

DENR ONE MIMAROPA conducted its 2nd Regional Management Conference on June 17-20, 2019 spearheaded by the Regional Executive Director, Henry A. Adornado. This activity was participated by Assistant Regional Directors (ARDs), Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer (PENROs), Community Environment and Natural Resources Officer (CENROs), Regional Division Chiefs and Regional Directors from EMB and MGB, ERDB-UBRDEC and PWRCC, held at Balar Hotel and Spa in Barangay Balaring, Boac, Marinduque.

The 2nd Regional Management Conference highlighted the status and accomplishments of each Field Office in DENR-MIMAROPA. Issues and concerns were discussed and addressed. From then, strategic planning were drawn out the participants in order to continuously implement the plans and programs on due time. The opening program was graced by the Provincial Governor, Romulo A. Bacorro, Jr., and Marinduque Congressman, Lord Allan Jay Q. Velasco, who gave their inspirational messages.

The activity was also joined by Assistant Secretary for Human Resources Development and Legislative Affairs, Joan A. Lagunda D.M. and the Director of Human Resources, Director Ric G. Enriquez. ASEC Lagunda imparted the discussions on the policies on Human Resource and Legislative Affairs wherein she emphasizes the DENR Core Values and Ethical Standards of Public Officials and Employees. On the other hand, Director Enriquez shared his visions and knowledge on how to better apply HR Policies towards attaining the DENR’s Priority Programs. He also encouraged the Head of Offices to bring HR closer to Field Offices.

Likewise, a certificate of deputation and oath taking was also given to Wildlife Enforcement Officers (WEOs) from the different Municipalities across the province. ###


Written By: Forester I Mary Grace P. Maniquiz June 26, 2019

Mogpog, Marinduque – In celebration of the Arbor Day and Philippine Environmental Month, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) of Marinduque headed by PENR Officer Imelda M. Diaz conducted mangrove planting at Brgy. Capayang, Mogpog, Marinduque on June 25, 2019.

This is in accordance with Proclamation No. 643, series of 2004 in which Arbor Day in the Philippines has been institutionalized to be observed every 25th of June throughout the nation by planting trees and ornamental plants and other relevant activities. Moreover, the Month of June of each year is declared as the Philippine Environment Month by virtue of Presidential Proclamation No. 237 signed in 1998.

Mangroves were planted in the shoreline of Marinduque to provide shelter and breeding area of fish and other aquatic resources. It also prevent soil erosion by stabilizing the sediments with their tangled root system and provide protection during strong typhoon and flooding.

A total of four hundred thirty five (435) propagules of Bakauan-babae (Rhizophora mucrunata) were planted along the shoreline of Capayang, Mogpog. mgpmaniquiz

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More than 400 bikers in Marinduque take part in protecting the environment

Published At: Marinduque News June 18, 2022

MOGPOG, Marinduque — In celebration of the 2022 Philippine Environment Month with the theme ‘Aksyon para sa Natatanging Mundo’ and 35th DENR Anniversary, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources (PENRO)-Marinduque organized a Bike and Tree Planting Activity with the theme ‘Padyak para sa Kalikasan, Magtanim para sa Kinabukasan’ on Friday, June 10.

The bike activity kicked off at the Marinduque Provincial Sports Complex in Boac, going to Tabi-Buliasnin-Maligaya-Nangka-Laon service roads up to the Enhanced National Greening Program (ENGP) area in Barangay Capayang, Mogpog where the tree planting activity took place.

Present in the said event were different biker groups, national government agencies, provincial government, local government units, civil society organizations, non-government organizations, and advocates involved in supporting environmental activities.

Imelda Diaz, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer said that one of the objectives of the event is to encourage participation of various stakeholders in rehabilitating and protecting the ecosystem through eco-friendly means of transportation, responsible ecotourism, reforestation and other good practices.

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