Sunday, September 24, 2006

P100-million ecological park soon to rise in Guimaras

Where disaster has struck, new life and livelihood will rise.
A P100-million ecological park will soon open in Guimaras to bring more tourists and jobs to the people of the oil spill-affected island.

Engineer Ruben Corpuz, provincial economic development officer, said the Lombija Wildlife and Research Foundation located in Napandong in the hard-hit town of Nueva Valencia, will become a major attraction to both local and foreign tourists.

The 36-hectare park is a private investment which is expected to operate this year or early 2007, Corpuz said.

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