Watershed, Sheltering Life!

I am proud that I lived in a province of Bulacan.  I’m from City of San Jose Del Monte. This is all about water “OUR WATER” is very important of every Filipino families in every part of the Philippines.

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Entrance of AREP Ecology Centre

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at the view deck

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it feels like your in the other side of the world, just awesome!

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mountain view and a beautiful Angat Dam

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me and my friend .. we’re just talking about how beautiful this place!

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me and the cast full moon! (lol) Why Full Moon? because we found ourselves craziest that day we are freaking happy

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and me: Selfie Queen (lol)

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this is the AREP Ecology Center.

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entrance of AREP ECO CENTRE

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MAP

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 Angat Dam

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The reservoir supplies about 90 percent of raw water requirements for Metro Manila through the facilities of the Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System  and it irrigates about 28,000 hectares of farmland in the provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga.

Angat Dam is located in Barangay San Lorenzo (Hilltop), Norzagaray, Bulacan. It supplies potable water to Metro Manila and powers a hydro-electric power plant. The dam is 131 meters high and impounds water from the Angat River that subsequently created the Angat Lake.

It has three gates opening a total of 1.5 meters to gradually release water that had accumulated due to incessant rains during typhoons.

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>I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in. ~George Washington Carver

Words and Images Copyright by: Pinaybyaheras May 2016