Monday, July 3, 2017 - 15:53

Quezon City—The Taloy Sur Irrigators’ Association (IA) of Tuba, Benguet was awarded  Most Outstanding IA-First Runner-up for the Year 2016 (national level) under the communal irrigation system (CIS) category for achieving exemplary performance in managing the operation and maintenance of its... read more

Monday, July 3, 2017 - 15:44

Irrigators’ association members of Timoy CIS in Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet are happy with the support of Gen. Ricardo Visaya (Ret.),  NIA’s top official, during his visit to their irrigation system and vegetable farms on June 16.

Irrigators’ association members of Timoy CIS in Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet are happy with the support of Gen. Ricardo Visaya (Ret.),  NIA’s top official, during his visit to their irrigation system and... read more

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 17:09

Mr. Jaime Muyao together with his neighbors in Brgy. San Quintin, Rizal, Kalinga used to observe the sky for signs of rain which usually motions the start of a farming season. If lucky, he would be able to plant his 2.7 hectares of rice farm. Even then, if rain is not sustained during the vegetative growth of rice, he would harvest only the minimum cavans of palay, or worse during drought, nothing.

In the same municipality, Mrs. Dorothy Antonio of Brgy. Bulo... read more

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 17:09

Proper documentation of all activities, formulation  and strict implementation of polices are among the best practices of the Outstanding Irrigators’ Associations (IA) in Davao, which, like the Taloy Sur and Bolo Burobor IAs of CAR, were also nationally awarded.

This was shared by Brian Ducat, president of Taloy Sur IA, after their interaction with the farmer-leaders of three best IAs from Davao del Sur, namely... read more

Monday, July 10, 2017 - 17:10

While cultural traditions seem to dwindle in practice as years pass by, the ‘ob-obbo’ of Agasil Irrigators’ Association in Brgy. Gonogon, Bontoc, Mountain Province beg to differ.

Even before development came in, farmers were maintaining and operating their irrigation systems the ‘ob-obbo’ way, a cultural practice that has its root in the traditional system of the Igorots in Mountain Province, which was passed on from ancient generation up to the present.... read more

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