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Dear Fellow Workers:

        I proudly congratulate the women and men of DENR Region 3 who gave their best in making Central Luzon the best performing region in the country in 2016. Out of the 17 regions in the Philippines, we are ranked number ONE in terms of our performance.

         It is your individual contributions plus your invaluable support, hard work and dedication that brought us to the pinnacle of success.

           We all know that 2016 had been a challenging year for all of us. We struggled to meet our targets and beat our deadlines. We introduced new approaches and strategies to come up with better results and outcomes.

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DENR identifies 53 cave areas as potential ecotourism sites in C. Luzon

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) here identified about 53 cave areas in Central Luzon and urges the public to protect and conserve these resources, which serve as home to important animal species and potential ecotourism site, environment officials announced yesterday.

Paquito Moreno, Jr., regional director of DENR said caves are critical part of an ecosystem which is rich in biological, historical and geological resources. 

“Central Luzon is rich in cave. This natural ecosystem is one of the wonders of nature and part of our natural heritage. It is usually hidden in the mountains and exhibit awesome rock formations of stalactites and stalagmites,” he explained.

He said caves must be protected and sustainably managed as it contains valuable natural resources which can provide numerous educational, historical, cultural, economic, scientific and aesthetic benefits to our communities.

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