Source: GMA News Online 
November 16, 2012
"Construction of so-called “fish condos” has started in the Visayan Sea to help rehabilitate coral reefs there and support the government’s ban on sardine fishing.
“Fish condos” are a simple and inexpensive way of building fish shelter, according to the non-government organization School of the Sea and Earth Advocates (SEA), which is spearheading the project.
Tony Oposa, the group’s prime mover in Bantayan Island, said they have partnered with the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) for the construction of “fish condos.”"
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