City Tourism Office joins CORVA PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 15 July 2015 11:54

The City Tourism Office participated in the Training -Workshop on Coastal Resources Visualization Assessment (CorRVA) last July 6-10, 2015 at the Zamboanga State College of Marine Sciences and Technology.

Senior Tourism Operations Officer Richard Aliangan of the City Tourism Office together with Eufemia Lorenzo, Elpidio Barrera, Jr.  and Rodel Rodriguez, attended the 3-day training-workshop conducted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

The workshop featured talks and discussions which centered on three (3) significant modules: 1.) Coastal integrity; 2.) Seagrass Ecology; and 3.) Mangrove Ecology.

The information generated from the workshop becomespart of the on-going baseline data for the Protected Area which will serve as guide in the establishment of permanent Biodiversity Monitoring Stations on both the Great and Little sta. Cruz Islands.

The participation of the City Tourism Office is parallel to its programs on the conservation and preservation of the Great and Little Sta. Cruz Islands.

ZSCMST President Dr. Milavel D. Nazario, gave the welcome address during the opening program of the said event.