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    • Aklanon lass ranks 2nd in Vet Med licensure exam 

      (The News Today, September 4, 2007, on page 5)
      She only wanted to pass the Veterinary Licensure Exam but Melanie Masangkay Pelayo ranked 2nd in the roster. Pelayo graduated from Aklan State University (ASU) School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. The eldest daughter of ...
    • All set for oil recovery: Guimaras oil recovery operation second in history 

      Garcia, Erly C. (The News Today, March 12, 2007, on page 1-10)
      Recovery operations for the remaining oil inside the compartments of sunken tanker MT Solar 1 off the waters of Guimaras will already start as scheduled this Wednesday, March 14. Allied Shield, the recovery vessel of ...
    • Aquaculture business forum set October 16-17 

      Philippine Information Agency (PIA) (The News Today, September 25, 2007, on page 4)
      An Agree-Build-Organize-Transfer (ABOT) Aquaculture Business Forum will be held on October 16-17 at the Philippine Social Science Center in Diliman, Quezon City. With this, the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center ...
    • Aquaculture Week 2001 

      (The News Today, July 6, 2001, on page 7)
      Rationale: Aquaculture Week is a yearly activity of Fish World that builds understanding among school children and teachers on the importance of aquatic ecosystems and biodiversity and the research and development programs ...
    • ASEAN-SEAFDEC holds Fisheries Millennium Conference 

      (The News Today, November 23, 2001, on page 10)
      The introduction of modern fisheries technology in the ASEAN region in the '60s spurred the growth of the industry as one of the most important economic activities in the region. However, this growth concentrated only on ...
    • Bangus culture 

      Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC) (The News Today, September 10, 2010, on page 7)
      A milkfish sea cage at the mariculture park of SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department’s Igang Marine Station in Nueva Valencia, Guimaras that provides livelihood to residents of four barangays affected by the oil spill in 2006.
    • A beginner's guide to aquaculture 

      (The News Today, February 18, 2001, on page 17)
      Like the introductory collegiate courses, this issue would be our Aquaculture 101. It has just enough information for beginning aquaculturists to take note of the intricacies of a fish farming business. Fish farming usually ...
    • BFAR launches Coral Garden 

      Newsrepublic Press (The News Today, May 24, 2002, on page 1-3)
      In order to conserve the dwindling coral reefs in the country, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources along with other national government agencies had launched the first Coral Garden here. According to Malcolm ...
    • Capiceños get more gov't help for aqua-marine sector 

      Guillermo, Jemin B. (The News Today, June 5, 2008, on page 5)
      The government has been helping Capiceños to further sustain its aquaculture and marine production, particularly through technical assistance and support. Provincial Agriculture chief Sylvia Dela Cruz disclosed that the ...
    • Capiz stude off to USA for Science and eng'g fair 

      Capundan, Joel E. (The News Today, March 12, 2009, on page 7)
      A third-year high school Special Science and Technology Class student of the Capiz National High School will represent the Philippines to the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) to be held at Reno, Nevada, ...
    • A closer look at Fish World 

      SEAFDEC Asian Aquaculture (The News Today, July 6, 2001, on page 7)
      SEAFDEC Fish World is a museum-aquarium-ecopark being built by the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department at Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines, in response to the need for informal public education so necessary for responsible aquaculture ...
    • Crab culture with a conscience 

      (The News Today, May 17, 2005, on page 11-14)
      The rapid spread of aquaculture in recent decades has brought riches to some, ruin to many, exclusion to the poorest coastal dwellers, and environmental degradation. Scientists in the Philippines are adapting aquaculture ...
    • DA backs region's agri-biz projects 

      Basco, Lenilyn (The News Today, December 14, 2001, on page 1-3)
      Six agri-business projects in the region availed of financial assistance from the Department of Agriculture. The checks were properly turned over at the opening ceremony of the "Agri-business in Focus 2001: in the city on ...
    • DA eyes shrimp production of 1000,000 MT 

      (The News Today, July 11, 2008, on page 8)
      The Department of Agriculture (DA) is eyeing to increase shrimp production to 1000,000 metric tons (MT) in five years via the large- scale production of Penaeus vannamei, or Pacific white shrimp. Agriculture Undersecretary ...
    • Da puts up rice fish markets in Zamboanga, Bohol 

      Simeon, Louise Maureen (The News Today, August 26, 2018, on page B3)
      The Department of Agriculture has opened a rice market in Zamboanga and fish market in Bohol as part of efforts to slowly bring down prices of basic commodities in these areas. Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol said ...
    • Fish be with you! 

      Lagoc, Julia Carreon (The News Today, August 19, 2005, on page 6)
      Fishworld is a dream come true of SEAFDEC scientist Dr. Doris Bagarinao, an environmental activist nonpareil. A museum-aquarium-ecopark, it was built “to promote informal education needed for responsible aquaculture and ...
    • Guimaras fisherfolks get P2.4M livelihood grant 

      Burgos, Nestor P. Jr. (The News Today, April 15, 2009, on page 1-6)
      Fishermen in Guimaras whose livelihood were severely affected by the massive oil spill in 2006 have received a livelihood grant of US$50,000 (around P2.4 million) to help recover from the lingering effects of the disaster. ...
    • Guimaras is ideal eco-tourism site 

      Aplaon, A. (The News Today, June 29, 2001, on page 2)
      Members of a Technical Working Group on Eco-Tourism conducted an inspection visit in Guimaras last week and cited the province as an ideal eco-tourism site. According to Choegyal, the visit will enlighten their understanding ...
    • Ilonggo heads world-class research center 

      (The News Today, June 24, 2008, on page 18)
      An Ilonggo from Oton, Iloilo gets the nod from President Gloria Arroyo to continue leading the world-class research center in aquaculture that has main offices in Tigbauan, Iloilo. Dr. Joebert Toledo is Chief of the Southeast ...
    • Ilonggo scientist featured by Time magazine 

      Burgos, Nestor P. Jr. (The News Today, October 3, 2008, on page 1-6)
      An Iloilo-based retired scientist and environmentalist have been featured by Time magazine for her work in helping protect the environment. Jurgenne Primavera, senior scientist at the Southeast Asian Fisheries and Development ...