Tanay
Pililla
Jala-jala
Santa Maria
Pangil
Pagsanjan
Santa Cruz
Calauan
Los Baņos
Lumban
San Juan
San Cristobal
Cabuyao
Biņan
San Pedro
Muntinlupa
Taguig
Mangahan
Angono
Morong

 

             

The CLMN

     The CLMN is a cooperative program combining the technical resources of CLEAR ( Conservation of Laguna de Bay's Environment and Resources) and the volunteer efforts of the communities lakewide who collect water quality data on their side of the lake. It requires minimal time and expense, yet it can provide data that is essential for achieving the goals of lakewater quality management.

     The CLMN is a cost-effective mechanism for obtaining good basic water quality data on lakes. It is not intended to replace the existing monitoring activities of LLDA, it is just meant to complement it and at the same time use the activity as a means to communicate the importance of the Lake.

 

Why a CLMN?

Information about the water quality of the Lake is vital for assessing their physical condition and use suitability.
These data are used to analyze water quality trends, characterize trophic status, and provide basis for water quality goal-setting.
The participation of community volunteer monitors in the CLMN effectively increases the monitoring capabilities of the lake authorities. Through this process, the communities can learn about water quality of the Lake in their area and gain greater awareness of the causes and effects of lake degradation.

 

The CLMN's Objectives

The CLMN is aimed at harnessing the potential of lakeshore communities in monitoring the water quality of Laguna de Bay. Specifically, it is also aimed to help increase the awareness of the community of the importance of the lake in their daily lives.