Lighthouse Marina Resort Legacy Foundation is continuing its mission to improve the lives of people in the community through integrated and sustainable programs to enhance tourism, livelihood and environment.
ICC and DENR conducted an information & education campaign at Sampaloc Cove last Aug 4, 2015. This is cooperation with Dr. Maria L. Almeda (Wildlife Conservation Specialist), Ms. Babes Sebial (Environmental Management Specialist 2) of DENR , Mr. Noel L. Corsiga (Forester 1 PAMBC Sec.), Mr. Edwin Pamintuan (Forester 1 PAMBC Sec.) and Mr. Alexander Mesia , Technical assistant from SBMA Ecology, with the valuable assistance from the Philippine Coast Guard.
Education is important to increase awareness and knowledge of the people who live in the closest proximity to the eagle and other wildlife in this area. By having a healthy environment and coastal area, the food chain and ecosystem will be in tact for all inhabitants.
ICC & DENR plans to train a selected number of residents of Sampaloc Cove to become Deputized Forest Rangers to sustain the beauty of Sampaloc cove, protect it from the trash and promote responsible tourism to its visitors.
Let’s make a sea of change by volunteering at the International Coastal Cleanup on September 19, 2015.
Dedicated in creating a wave of change to help preserve our environment