Leyte extends aid to seaweed, organic vegetable farmers
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The office of Leyte Governor Leopoldo Dominico Petilla has extended financial assistance to 27 farmers in this barangay who are into organic vegetable and seaweeds farming projects. The governor also extended financial assistance to the association’s seaweed farming initiative. As part of the support, the governor turned over six non-motorized boats for the seaweed project of the beneficiaries.
Cayubit, R. A. (2017, January 8). Leyte extends aid to seaweed, organic vegetable farmers. Manila Bulletin, p. 7.
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