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Bohol

Region VII

Once famed as the Unbroken Salt of Albur, Bohol’s Asin Tibuok stands today on the brink of extinction. Amidst fire, water, and ash, the last of its makers fight to keep their traditions alive.
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The Price of Salt

Once famed as the Unbroken Salt of Albur, Bohol’s Asin Tibuok stands today on the brink of extinction. Amidst fire, water, and ash, the last of its makers fight to keep their traditions alive.

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Two years after an earthquake shook the very landscape of the province, Bohol is back on its feet—just as beautiful, and stronger than ever.
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Amazing Grace

Two years after an earthquake shook the very landscape of the province, Bohol is back on its feet—just as beautiful, and stronger than ever.

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Meet the unsung heroes who are working hard to save our culture, our biodiversity, and our land.
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Defending the Land

Meet the unsung heroes who are working hard to save our culture, our biodiversity, and our land.

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