They call the citizens of Ahome, Sinaloa, to take care of the environment

Los Mochis, Sinaloa.- Within the framework of the World Environment Dayauthorities of the municipality of Ahome and directors of the Board of Trustees of the Sinaloa Park, They called on the population to take care of plants and nature in general.

Interviewed within the framework of the event held at the Sinaloa park facilities on the occasion of this international celebration, Holincer Castro Marañón, undersecretary of well-being of the Ahome City Council, pointed out that Thanks to the reforestation actions undertaken, the municipality is giving a new face.

He indicated that the sowing of amapas in the boulevards and the rescue actions undertaken in the afforestation already existing without a doubt they are transforming the face of the municipality and now it is important that the citizens join these actions taking care of the trees and the vegetation that already exists.

They call on the citizens of Ahome, Sinaloa, to take care of the environment | Photo: Courtesy

He said that the advances in this matter are already important and will even give them greater dynamism now that the rains come.

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As part of the event, a tour of various areas of the Sinaloa Park was carried out and paintings alluding to this theme were presented.

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He is an Agronomist Phytotechnist. He graduated in 1987 from the Superior School of Agriculture of Valle del Fuerte-UAS. That same year he joined the journalistic activity in the newspaper El Noroeste. In 1990 he joined the newspaper El Debate and since then he has covered sources in the agricultural and economic areas. He has participated in the coordination and edition of the agricultural supplement of El Debate. He has a background in photography, which has enabled him to give full coverage to agricultural sources. In addition, he knows the performance of other productive activities such as: the financial sector, agriculture, fishing, livestock and mining, among other activities that have a positive impact on the state economy.

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