THE MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS OF THE PHILIPPINES PRESENTS A LECTURE ON TUBBATAHA
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.