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    Traditional Farm Practices Hold Promise For Philippines' Sick Riversi
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    September 25, 2013 5:18 AM
    An estimated 80 percent of Asia’s rivers are considered “sick,” suffering from pollution and uncoordinated development of water resources. As conservationists rethink strategies to save rivers, young researchers in Manila are finding promise in an age-old watershed preservation approach.

    Traditional Farm Practices Hold Promise For Philippines' Sick Rivers

    Published September 25, 2013

    An estimated 80 percent of Asia’s rivers are considered “sick,” suffering from pollution and uncoordinated development of water resources. As conservationists rethink strategies to save rivers, young researchers in Manila are finding promise in an age-old watershed preservation approach.