THE MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES PRESENTS A LECTURE ON TUBBATAHA

By Tubbataha Management Office Published on April 6, 2017 11:24 am
The invitation published by the Museum Volunteers of the Philippines on the Tubbataha Lecture Series.
  The Museum Volunteers of the Philippines was founded in 1981 and is a non profit, apolitical, non-sectarian organization that focuses on bringing Filipino history and culture to a wider audience by providing aid to local museums. After reading the coffee table book Tubbataha: A National Treasure, the organization took interest in TRNP. On March 28, 2017 at the Ateneo Law School Amphitheatre, Tubbataha Protected Area Superintendent, Angelique Songco and volunteer scientist Teri Aquino shared a presentation on the management and science of the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park. Ms. Tet Lara and Ms. Marissa Floirendo were also given a chance to talk about the contents of Tubbataha: A National Treasure and to share their inspiration which led them to publish the book.  
Marissa Floirendo talks about what led her to publish the book.
Photographer Tet Lara describes her photos and what they meant to her.

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