Tanggol Kalikasan, in collaboration with Southern Luzon State University, conducted a 5-day Environmental Law Enforcement Training and Orientation on Seabed Quarry via Zoom conferencing, Aug. 2.
The said training and orientation aims to capacitate local stakeholders in managing marine resources of major fishing grounds and is participated by the Fisheries and Aquatic Resource Management Committee (FARMC) member of Tayabas Bay.
“We are one in ensuring the continued and sustainable productivity of Tayabas Bay. SLSU acknowledges the importance of Tayabas Bay and has taken action in the interest of the conservation and protection of its flora and fauna biodiversity,” Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes, university president, stated in her opening message.
The training and orientation features the following sessions: Tayabas Bay: Its state and value in Fishing Industry (Module 1); Blue Laws (Module 2); Pertinent Provision of the Wildlife Act in Relation to Marine Turtle (Module 3); Marine Turtle Handling (Module 4); Arrest, Search, Seizure, and Detention Documentation and reporting of Violations Affidavit Writing (Module 5); Seabed Quarry and its impacts to Marine Resources (Module 6); and Pertinent Law on Seabed Quarry (Module 7).
Article by: Amiel Jansen Demetrial