Bibingka isn’t something you should take granted for. This Filipino mouth-watering rice cake has many versions. What if I told you there is a kalabasa bibingka recipe reinvented by two (2) senior high school students of Aritao National High School Aritao, Nueva Vizcaya. Kristine Peralta and Geoffrey Tucay both won the Department of Agriculture’s Regional continue reading : How to make Organic Delicious Kalabasa Bibingka
Unang hinugasan ni Yunima Batog, isang education program specialist II, ng Alternative Learning School (ALS) School Division DO Nueva Vizcaya ang pangunahing sangkap ng lulutuin niyang palaman ang kamatis. Tinawag niya itong Sweet-and-Savory Tomato Jam na hango sa mga surplus na kamatis sa kanilang lugar. Nagkaroon kasi ngayon ng over supply ng nasabing prutas at continue reading : Paano gumawa ng Sweet-and-Savory Tomato Jam?
The Department of Agriculture (DA) through the Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC) released a total of P153.8 M to 2,034 small farmers and fisherfolks (SFF) and eleven agri-fishery-based enterprised in the Cagayan Valley Region to alleviate the impact of Covid-19. “We are allocating a total of P2.5 billion for this new DA-ACPC credit program. It continue reading : P153.8 M released to Cagayan Valley small farmers, fisherfolks, cooperatives
In any organization in the world, human resources are the best assets for them to thrive. It’s as much about what they do to prepare an organization to lead by example in this trying time. This tough time, as part of the celebration of the 122nd founding anniversary of the DA, the Regional Field Office No. 02 continue reading : DA Cagayan Valley acknowledges employees as frontliners, hands service awards on 122nd founding anniversary
This pandemic put everything on hold. But, there is a sector that thrives and put on a spotlight — agriculture. No one can deny that the effect of Covid-19 has underscored the importance of food and the assurance of access to affordable and safe food. When an Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) took effect photos and continue reading : AGBIAG shows future farmers are young bloods
How gardening — and extra mouths to feed will help communities and families survive. When Covid-19 outbursts, it did not choose its victim. In all ages, social status and zip codes seemed affected by this pandemic. When the Agriculture Department launched the Plant, Plant, Plant, Project (PPPP) o “Ahon Lahat, Pagkain Sapat (ALPAS) Kontra COVID-19”, continue reading : GARDEN MO, I-FLEX MO WINNERS ANNOUNCED