Rang-ay Bank continues to support the region’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (mSMEs) by participating in the La Union mSMED Council Environment Month Meeting. Leticia Asenci, represented Rang-ay Bank in the La Union (mSMED) Council's 2nd Regular Meeting on June 14,2018 at the Agoo-Damortis Protected Landscape and Seascape Area, Sta. Rita, Agoo, La Union.

            One of the activities of the meeting was tree planting, part of the celebration of "Environment Month". Ms. Josephine Ople, from the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) introduced the developed area and updated the body on their 10 priority programs: clean water, clean air, solid waste management, geo-hazard assessment, water assessment, responsible mining, continuing forest protection, biodiversity management, titling and enhanced greening program in relation to sustainability and development of mSME's. The Agoo-Damortis Seascape area is already operational as one of the new eco-tourism sites in the province of La Union.