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Knife fish newest scourge in Laguna’s fish farms
If you can’t lick them, eat them. Or feed them to other fish. The knife fish, an ornamental fish whose population has boomed and is harming the aquaculture industry in Laguna Lake, will be converted into fish meal and fed ...
- February 17, 2013
The business of fixing Lingayen Gulf
Alaska is a remote coastal village of Aringay, La Union, where blast fishing used to be the main occupation of its residents. In this village, some fishermen used to manufacture improvised dynamite sticks that they used ...
- February 6, 2013
Dagupan’s ‘Bangus King’ leads way for others
If there is someone who deserves to be called “Bangus King” here, it is Eduardo Maramba, who belongs to four generations of milkfish growers. “My great grandfather, Franciso, my grandfather, Cipriano, and my father, Rufino, ...
- February 10, 2013
Dolphins found dead with bullet wounds
Two dolphins and a sea turtle with hack wounds were found dead in separate sections of the Lingayen beach on Friday. The first dolphin was recovered at the beach front near the Pangasinan capitol, said Westly Rosario, chief ...
- March 24, 2013
La Union board declares calamity state to deal with oil spill
The provincial board of La Union has declared the province under a state of calamity to enable towns affected by the oil spill supposedly from a sunken vessel or another ship to tap their calamity funds for cleanup operations. ...
- March 2, 2013
Dagupan launches ‘name our bangus contest’
This Pangasinan city produces what it markets as the “world’s tastiest bangus,” but its milkfish has no official brand and still goes by its generic name. The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) launched last ...
- March 28, 2013