3-21-2017-FFS Graduation1The 66 graduates of Farmers Field School on Corn Production and Integrated Pest Management in San Jose, Roxas, Palawan together with the DA-MiMaRoPa's Corn and Cassava Program, representatives from Palawan's Provincial Agriculture Office and Roxas' Municipal Agriculture Office.(Photo by Denice Joelle Benosa, RAFIS, DA-MiMaRoPa)

The Municipal Agricultural Office of Roxas, Palawan produced 66 graduates from its Farmers Field School (FFS) on Corn Production and Integrated Pest Management (IPM). The graduates were from Barangay San Jose and Tagumpay.


2017-03-CSO CONSULTATION MEETING FOR DA MIMAROPA 2018 3RED Cipriano G. Santiago and the regional staff together with RAFC, PAFC and CSO Chairmans of MiMaRoPa Region.

A Civil Society Organization (CSO) Consultation on the Department of Agriculture (DA) Regional Field Office MiMaRoPa 2018 Plans and Budget held last February 27, 2017 at the Conference Hall, ATI Building.


2017-03-strengthening-the-force-against-harmful-pestsThe participants along with Resource Speakers from DA-RCPC Calabarzon headed by their Chief, Ms. Cecille Marie C. Manzanilla, (1st row, 4th from left) pose for a photo opportunity.

In order to stop the increase of harmful plant pests and diseases in the five (5) provinces of MiMaRoPa, the Department of Agriculture through the Regional Regulatory Division with its Chief, Ms. Helen O. Aceret, conducted a training on Plant Pest and Diseases Identification, Monitoring, Surveillance and Early Warning.


IMG 0582(L-R) GEF Natural Resources Management (NRM) Unit Head Ulysses Triambulo and NPCO Geographic Information System Specialist Arnel Tenorio explain the core zone and buffer zone they identified in the Caramay MPA to Barangay Councilor Reynaldo Cosenas and MIMAROPA RPCO Deputy Project Director Alex Ronquillo. (Photo by Elmo Morillo, DA-PRDP RPCO 4B InfoACE Unit)

Seven marine protected areas (MPAs) along Green Island Bay in Roxas, Palawan will be given P26 million-worth of funding through the Global Environment Facility (GEF).


2017-03-Inter-LGU-alliances-to-bePRDP South Luzon Project Support Office I-PLAN Component Head Rey Lara explains the significance of forming alliances during the “Workshop on the Formation of Local Government Units Alliances for Sustainable Coastal Resource Management” conducted in Occidental Mindoro.(Photo by Leira Vic Colongon, DA-PRDP RPCO 4B InfoACE Unit)

Alliance formation is considered to be one of the significant approaches in tackling community issues especially among local government units (LGUs). Around the world and in the country, it has been proven to be an effective strategy in delivering services to its wide-range of various stakeholders.



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