16 from Tagudin graduate from beekeeping

TAGUDIN, Ilocos Sur, Jan 2 — Sixteen graduated in beekeeping training in Tagudin, Ilocos Sur, December 20, said Dr. Apolonio Sito, Director of the National Agriculture Research and Training Development Institute.

Visitors and municipal employees watched in awe and enthusiasm the extraction of honey from 19 frames which highlighted the graduation program.

The objectives of the training were to provide the basic beekeeping training and skills in starting beekeeping as a component of their farming system; introduce beekeeping to conserve and protect the environment; introduce honeybee products to enrich nutritional food value and cash income for the people in the community; and to create employment in the community.

The different products derived from honeybees are honey, bee pollen, bee venom, bee wax, propolis, and royal jelly which are highly in demand in both local and international markets.

Beekeeping likewise favors increased crop production and improves quality of harvest through crop pollination, supplementing income, and improves family nutrition for a healthy environment and better quality of living.

This training is one among the 12 Flagship Programs of Mayor Roque S. Verzosa Jr. which was conducted by the Municipal Agriculture Office. The others are: Ruangan Ti Ilocandia (RTI) on Tourism, Revenue Enhancement Initiative (REI) on increasing Revenues, Integrated Social Welfare Center on Social Service, Public Market – Relocation, refurbishing and improvement of the Municipal Market, Tagudin Controlled Dumpsite, Agricultural Diversification – Improvement and furtherance of the present agricultural status of the municipality, Education – “Education for All”, Health, Youth and Sports, Various Infrastructure Projects, Peace and Order, and Values Formation. (ANL/NOA-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur/Tagudin website)TAGUDIN, Ilocos Sur, Jan 2 — Sixteen graduated in beekeeping training in Tagudin, Ilocos Sur, December 20, said Dr. Apolonio Sito, Director of the National Agriculture Research and Training Development Institute.

Visitors and municipal employees watched in awe and enthusiasm the extraction of honey from 19 frames which highlighted the graduation program.

The objectives of the training were to provide the basic beekeeping training and skills in starting beekeeping as a component of their farming system; introduce beekeeping to conserve and protect the environment; introduce honeybee products to enrich nutritional food value and cash income for the people in the community; and to create employment in the community.

The different products derived from honeybees are honey, bee pollen, bee venom, bee wax, propolis, and royal jelly which are highly in demand in both local and international markets.

Beekeeping likewise favors increased crop production and improves quality of harvest through crop pollination, supplementing income, and improves family nutrition for a healthy environment and better quality of living.

This training is one among the 12 Flagship Programs of Mayor Roque S. Verzosa Jr. which was conducted by the Municipal Agriculture Office. The others are: Ruangan Ti Ilocandia (RTI) on Tourism, Revenue Enhancement Initiative (REI) on increasing Revenues, Integrated Social Welfare Center on Social Service, Public Market – Relocation, refurbishing and improvement of the Municipal Market, Tagudin Controlled Dumpsite, Agricultural Diversification – Improvement and furtherance of the present agricultural status of the municipality, Education – “Education for All”, Health, Youth and Sports, Various Infrastructure Projects, Peace and Order, and Values Formation. (ANL/NOA-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur/Tagudin website)TAGUDIN, Ilocos Sur, Jan 2 — Sixteen graduated in beekeeping training in Tagudin, Ilocos Sur, December 20, said Dr. Apolonio Sito, Director of the National Agriculture Research and Training Development Institute.

Visitors and municipal employees watched in awe and enthusiasm the extraction of honey from 19 frames which highlighted the graduation program.

The objectives of the training were to provide the basic beekeeping training and skills in starting beekeeping as a component of their farming system; introduce beekeeping to conserve and protect the environment; introduce honeybee products to enrich nutritional food value and cash income for the people in the community; and to create employment in the community.

The different products derived from honeybees are honey, bee pollen, bee venom, bee wax, propolis, and royal jelly which are highly in demand in both local and international markets.

Beekeeping likewise favors increased crop production and improves quality of harvest through crop pollination, supplementing income, and improves family nutrition for a healthy environment and better quality of living.

This training is one among the 12 Flagship Programs of Mayor Roque S. Verzosa Jr. which was conducted by the Municipal Agriculture Office. The others are: Ruangan Ti Ilocandia (RTI) on Tourism, Revenue Enhancement Initiative (REI) on increasing Revenues, Integrated Social Welfare Center on Social Service, Public Market – Relocation, refurbishing and improvement of the Municipal Market, Tagudin Controlled Dumpsite, Agricultural Diversification – Improvement and furtherance of the present agricultural status of the municipality, Education – “Education for All”, Health, Youth and Sports, Various Infrastructure Projects, Peace and Order, and Values Formation. (ANL/NOA-PIA 1 Ilocos Sur/Tagudin website)

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