Alcala to visit Pangasinan on November 29-30

November 27, 2010 at 10:13 pm 1 comment


Department of Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala will visit Pangasinan for two days on November 29-30.

On the first day, Alcala will be at the ribbon cutting ceremony together with Former Speaker Jose C. De Venecia and Korean officials and deliver his message at the inauguration of the Seafood Processing Complex at the National Integrated Fisheries and Technology Development Center- Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (NIFTDC-BFAR) in Dagupan City.

The Seafood Processing Complex is meant to complete the major facilities needed for a sustainable bangus industry in Pangasinan.

It will complement the other facilities such as the bangus hatchery, improved laboratory and training facilities for expanding production in bangus fingerlings and the cage and fish pen culture.

Alcala, together with Gov. Amado T. Espino, Jr., 4th District Rep. Gina De Venecia, Abono Party-list Rep. Robert Raymund Estrella Jr., will distribute of fish fry and fingerlings for the fisherfolks affected by typhoon Juan.

Alcala will also visit DA-assisted projects like the Rice Processing Center in Sta. Barbara and will proceed to the mango processing center, organic fertilizer production and fruit nursery in Manaoag, and to the goat upgrading and production project in Balungao.

He is also scheduled to visit the San Roque Dam and meet with DA-RFU 1 officials and the regional management committee.

On November 30, he will tour the re-regulating pond of the Agno River Integrated Irrigation Project, the irrigation component of the San Roque Multipurpose Project.

He will award a tractor and fertilizers together with the Abono party-list in a farmers’ forum that will be held at the Pangasinan State University in Sta. Maria. The forum is designed for farmers to raise their concerns to Sec. Alcala.

Alcala will also visit the Corn Post Harvest Processing and Trading Center in Rosales.

The Corn Post Harvest Processing and Trading Center is for the aims to help corn farmers to reduce cost, increase income, improve the quality of corn and create a ready market for their corn and establish linkages to other markets.

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