Baybay City, Leyte – Sun, sand, wind, and waves…words that may sound like one grand R&R. However, to a school whose vegetable garden is right beside the sea, these words spell one big nightmare. It means when the wind is strong, plants can be toppled. When the tide is high, crops get submerged in seawater. A month’s work can be gone in just a few minutes.
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Baybay City, Leyte - The “roars” of the young ones still sounded as strong and sure as the first time. Now on its 4th year, the Rice and Organic Agriculture Awareness Reach Schools (ROARS) continued its campaign to teach children to be RicePonsible and adopt organic agriculture practices in school and even at home.
"For Miguel “Mike” Pedroso, no municipality or province shall be known to be the only source of the EVIARC Sweet. It is truly admirable for one to have such dreams as he isn’t even a native of Calbayog. Watch his story through this KMK video "