Issue of July 8, 2018
Mt. Province

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PENRO Abra head to work on NGP targets
by PIA Abra

BANGUED, Abra –The new Provincial Environment and Natural Resources (Penro) head in the province is faced with the formidable task of accomplishing the bulk of the National Greening Program regional target for the year.

Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Cordillera Director Ralph C. Pablo challenged forester Octavio Cuanso Sr. to deliver 100 percent implementation of the NGP target in the province, which represents 75 percent of the total target output for the entire region.

Of the 6,000 hectares covered by the NGP in the Cordillera, 4,240 hectares are targeted for implementation in Abra, making the performance rating of the entire DENR-CAR largely dependent on the accomplishment of Penro-Abra.

In a press conference last April, DENR Regional Executive Director Ralph Pablo denied the existence of bogus NGP sites. He said there is a third party monitoring team that would verify the planting of trees at NGP sites, aside from  the fact that these are geotagged, also for monitoring purposes.

Cuanso replaced Forester Shirley T. Leaño who served as OIC-Penro for a few months pending the implementation of the special order appointing and installing all the full-fledged Penros and Cenros of the DENR in the entire country. 

Meanwhile, junior high school students of the Abra High School dominated the on-the-spot poster making contest of the youth in celebration of National Environment Month.

The winners, coached by Odilon Peria, are Bon Lizmar Dalaoen, first place; Jushual Johann Cariño, second, and Daudenix Timbreza, third.

Other contestants came from Sinalang Pilot Elementary School, Agtangao ES, Divine Word College of Bangued, Holy Spirit Academy of Bangued, and the Our Lady of Fatima School.

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