By: L.N. Reklai
Bureau of Marine Resource is announcing that they will not be providing clam seedling until they resume regular operations.
Due to on-going demolition of the old facility and the construction of the new one, the tanks used to rear giant clam seedlings will not be operable and BMR will not be able to provide clam seedlings as it has been doing.
BMR office assures the public that as soon as regular operation resume, they will address those pending requests.
Bureau of Marine Resources has been rearing giant clam seedlings for decades, providing seedlings to the growing giant clam industry as well as replenishing the depleted reefs and marine conservation sites around Palau. [/restrict]