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FARM ASSISTANCE

manila bulletin blue logoCamarines Norte — A total of 20 agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARBs) and vegetable growers in this province received farm inputs, tools, and vegetable seeds from the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) provincial office.

They are known as Community-Based Enterprise Organizers (CBEOs) under the Agrarian Reform Community Connectivity Economic Support Services (ARCCESS) program. Prior to receiving the farm inputs, these beneficiaries were trained on Good Agricultural Practices for Intensified Vegetable Production and given an orientation on their role in their respective agrarian reform communities and responsibility to make the program sustainable. (Sarah C. Imperial)

Source: http://www.mb.com.ph/luzon-newsbits-for-may-3-2015/

Region V News

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July 28, 2017 82

National land use cases conference and consultation

“The conversion of agricultural lands into industrial, commercial or residential lands shall take into account, tillers' rights and national food security. The welfare of the landless farmers and farmworkers will receive the highest consideration to promote… Read More..
Catanduanes Tribune
Jul 12, 2017 209

Aside from 2-year moratorium on land use conversion: DAR…

Alarmed by the continued conversion of agricultural land into other uses, the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) is calling for a review of the local government’s power to reclassify lands aside from seeking a two-year moratorium on land-use conversions. Read More..
Catanduanes Tribune
Jul 06, 2017 73

DAR chief turns over vital road to farmers

No less than Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) Secretary Rafael Mariano turned up in barangay San Isidro, San Andres to turn over a long-delayed but finally completed farm-to-market road to agrarian reform beneficiaries and the local government unit last… Read More..
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Jul 04, 2017 133

DAR inaugurates P21.6-M farm-to-market road a farming…

AN agrarian reform community of 5,332 people heaved a big sigh of relief after a five-kilometer farm-to-market road, which they described as “very crucial for their survival,” was finally opened to traffic by the Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR) last… Read More..

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