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    • An open letter to the President 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 3, 1996, on page 15)
      House Bill No. 7366 "An Act to Codify all laws of Fisheries all laws on Fisheries and Aquatic Resources" is about to be presented by the Special Fisheries Committee headed by Congressman Jose T. Villarosa to the plenary ...
    • "Pole-vaulting" a sustainable fisheries industry 

      Quiason, Rey L.; Aquino-Quiason, Vangie (Manila Bulletin, October 22, 1997, on page SS-1-SS-2)
      By the 21st century, meeting and sustaining food security will become a major concern as population continues to grow and the natural resources, particularly the farmlands and forest, become less productive as before. ...
    • BFAR Director Dennis Araullo: Balancing fish production with conservation 

      (Manila Bulletin, October 22, 1997, on page SS-2)
      The emphasis of BFAR's programs today, however, is not only on conservation but also on sustained production. "We are thinking of two things," says Director Araullo. "First is to produce enough for the present generation ...
    • BFAR develops tilapia fishpond industry 

      Caoile, Carayo (Manila Bulletin, May 10, 1999, on page 36)
      Early this year, the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR), started developing the tilapia which could withstand up to 30 ppt salinity to take the pace of bangus, the most domesticated fish known to Filipinos. ...
    • Fisheries project to boost Western Samar 

      (Manila Bulletin, May 24, 1999, on page 23)
      A government-hosted Southeast Asian center and a European Union-assisted program have agreed to undertake a fisheries project to boost the development of this province's coastal communities. A memorandum of agreement was ...
    • Fisheries station turns 23 

      (Manila Bulletin, July 16, 1999, on page 28)
      The Binangonan Freshwater Station (BFS) of the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) based at Tapao Point here will celebrate its 23rd anniversary on Thursday, July 29.
    • 17 more complete aquaculture course 

      (Manila Bulletin, September 24, 1999, on page 34)
      Seventeen more Asians completed this month another training course on freshwater aquaculture conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC AQD) here. The four-week (Aug. ...
    • Mudcrab in mangroves 

      Fajardo, Danny (Manila Bulletin, October 8, 1999, on page 40)
      Growing mudcrab in net enclosures in a mangrove area is profitable, according to KASAMA, an Aklan fishers' association that collaborated with the Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center's aquaculture department.
    • To the people who helped clean our waters and coasts: Congratulations for a job well done! 

      (Manila Bulletin, October 12, 1999, on page 5)
      They were businessmen, professionals, government officials, and company executives. They were also fisherfolk, laborers, famers, students, teachers, and market vendors. But for one day, last September 18, along the Bataan ...
    • Fry from the wild 

      Caoile, Carayo (Manila Bulletin, October 31, 1999, on page B-11)
      The production of 600 m bangus fry from the wild from a previous 1.2 billion on estimates by the Department of Agriculture resulted in an August 1, 1998-July 31, 1999 study monitored by the Philippine Council for Aquatic ...
    • Aquaculture technologists end course 

      (Manila Bulletin, October 31, 1999, on page 16)
      Eighteen Aquaculture technologists from seven Asian countries completed recently an Aquaculture training course conducted by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center AquacultureDepartment (SEAFDEC AQD). The intensive ...
    • Ex-rebels in aquaculture 

      (Manila Bulletin, November 2, 1999, on page 18)
      Rebel returnees construct floating cages for tilapia culture as part of the aquaculture program launched recently in Tapax, Capiz. The project that extends livelihood assistance to former rebels is a collaborative program ...
    • Puerto Princesa-SEAFDEC-AQD-AD Collaboration 

      (Manila Bulletin, November 8, 1999, on page 28)
      The Puerto Princesa City government, the government-hosted, Tigbauan, Iloilo-based Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AQD) and the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Fisheries and ...
    • Aquaculture tech boosts Visayas dev't 

      (Manila Bulletin, November 13, 1999, on page 32)
      Aquaculture technologies are developing fishfarming communities in central Philippines. Such technologies are being transferred to fisherfolk and government instrumentalities. Among those actively implementing a technology ...
    • The millennial aura of Aurora 

      Leveriza, Mike (Manila Bulletin, November 14, 1999, on page G-8)
      When the Scandinavian once get to see the sunrise in far-flung Aurora province, he told his hosts that it was good they named their province after the dawn aurora borealis glows over in his own country. In 1979, director ...
    • Aquaculture technology transfer 

      (Manila Bulletin, November 28, 1999, on page 27)
      Agriculture Undersecretary Cesar M. Drilon has stressed the urgency of transferring Aquaculture technologies to fisherfolk to achieve food security and poverty alleviation in Southeast Asia. Drilon was keynote speaker at ...
    • Work of women in fishing towns cited 

      SEAFDEC Aquaculture News Service (Manila Bulletin, December 5, 1999, on page 40)
      Women in fishing communities work longer hours than men. This was revealed in a study entitled "Women and the Question of Sustainable Development in the Philippines Fishing Village" made by researchers of the Southeast ...
    • 'Hito' revival, dev't plan up 

      (Manila Bulletin, December 6, 1999, on page 26)
      The provincial government and a Southeast Asian center here have agreed to work together in bringing back the native catfish (hito) to Iloilo's rivers and farms. A memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the implementation of a ...
    • Native catfish grows fast on high-protein feed 

      (Manila Bulletin, December 23, 1999, on page B-18)
      Experiments at the SEAFDEC Aquaculture Department in Iloilo shows that the native hito grows much faster when fed with formulated feeds with high protein content. After 120 days of culture, the catfish fed with formulated ...
    • White sharks found to migrate across the Pacific Ocean 

      Environmental News Network (Manila Bulletin, January 17, 2000, on page 14)
      A white shark mouths a plywood decoy of a seal placed in the water by researchers studying shark behavior near California's Año Nuevo reserve. The largest and most powerful predator in the sea, the great white shark, has ...