Realities of the watershed management approach: The Magat Watershed experience
Elazegui, Dulce D.
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This paper aims to showcase the experience of the Magat watershed in the implementation of the watershed management approach. Magat watershed was declared as a forest-reservation area through Proclamation No. 573 on June 26, 1969 because of its great importance to human survival and environmental balance in the region. The Magat case demonstrates the important role that champions like the local government unit (LGU) could play in managing the countrys watersheds. With the Nueva
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