Subic communities benefit from seaweed farming
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Redondo Peninsula Energy, Inc. (RP Energy) recently partnered with the private and public sectors for a seaweed farming project that will benefit two barangays in the province. The memorandum of understanding with the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) Region 3, fisherfolk group Subic Bay Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Fisherfolk Association (SBIFARMFA), and Farm Capital Corporation, the company behind the brand Weedera. The collaboration involves the set-up of two pilot seaweed nurseries in Barangay Cawag and Barangay Matain in Subic.
Subic communities benefit from seaweed farming. (2018, June 9). Manila Standard, p. B4.
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Seaweed culture; Fishers; Seaweeds; Private sector; Public sector; Aquaculture; Redondo Peninsula Energy, Inc. (RP Energy); Subic Bay Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management Fisherfolk Association (SBIFARMFA); Farm Capital Corporation; Parola Fisherfolk Neighborhood Association (PAFNA); Samahan at Ugnayan ng Mangingisda sa Matain (SUMAMA); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR)-Region III; Huele, Neil; Lantin, Angelito; Miranda, Reynaldo; Alejandro, Marlon; Santana, Litz; Reyes, Crystalyn; Gavina, Jason
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