Dear Omaha, Thank you for the lovely smiles…

I was asked to share insights about my experiences in Omaha, Nebraska in the memorable board of directors meeting in the office of P-MRNRD last November 09, 2017 attended by staff and employees of the office. and this is my evening privilege speech and story... To our Honorable Board of Directors, General Manager John Winkler, … Continue reading Dear Omaha, Thank you for the lovely smiles…

Mr. LABAO, YSEALI Fellow in P-MRNRD Spotlight in Omaha World Herald Print News…soon…

Friday, 3rd day of November 2017 was a hectic schedules in my fellowship program. Early morning was a coordination meeting in the CITY of Omaha between other concerning County and City about the establishment of connecting trails under the project of Papio Missouri River Natural Resources District (P-MRNRD) which i was placed. I am again … Continue reading Mr. LABAO, YSEALI Fellow in P-MRNRD Spotlight in Omaha World Herald Print News…soon…

Environmental sustainability thru watershed management needs more meetings, planning and field works: Omaha, Nebraska experiences

Ensuring a successful implementation of the watershed management project is building a close working relationship with other agencies and partners in the area. This is one thing I've observed and learnt in our day to day meetings in the office of the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (P-MRNRD). I was involved in several meetings in … Continue reading Environmental sustainability thru watershed management needs more meetings, planning and field works: Omaha, Nebraska experiences

RANAW (Lake Lanao): Moving forward for ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP

The beauty of environment attracts my attention when arrived in the perimeter of my host organization, the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (PMRNRD). Maybe because my heart attached to the nature. The colorful standing trees welcome everyone and the fresh air gave good atmosphere to the whole environs. Awarded environmentalist Mr. Eric Williams (my supervisor) … Continue reading RANAW (Lake Lanao): Moving forward for ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERSHIP