Brgy.Balaring as the seafood capital of Silay City shows how their coastal area was abundant with fishes, sea shells, sea weeds and other delicate seafood. One of the reason was the 50-hectare Eco-tourism mangrove forest that serves as the natural habitat for the said seafood. The site is funded by the Ikaw-Ako (Japan Negros Partnership for Environmental Protection) assisted by the Balaring Mangrove Planters Association (BAMPA) and by the Brgy. Council which actively supports the environmental protection program. Continue reading “Brgy.Balaring Mangrove Eco-Tourism coastal area”