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CVSC Forges Agricultural Cooperation with Lamdag Farms
Posted by Glenn Bolaño on December 16, 2016 8:37 am
FROM VISION TO REALITY. CVSC and ComVal bigwigs sign the Memorandum of Agreement for the CVSC’s utilization of Lamdag Farms as agricultural laboratory.
“This is a blissful day for CVSC.” This was the proclamation of Compostela Valley State College’s Officer-in-Charge (OIC) President Dr. Jonathan A. Bayogan after the college consummated a partnership of with Lamdag Farms during the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing held last December 16, 2015 at CVSC’s grounds.
Laid down in the said agreement is the permission granted to the Bachelor Science of Agriculture (BSA) students and faculty of CVSC to utilize the Lamdag Farms as agricultural laboratory.
Located in Pasian, Monkayo, the said farm houses 97 hectares of agricultural land and is owned by the provincial government.
Aside from OIC president Dr. Bayogan, present during the MOA signing event were bigwigs of Compostela headed by Compostela Valley vice governor Manuel E. Zamora, mayor Lema P. Bolo, ComVal’s provincial agriculturist Dr. Rolando S. Simene, provincial veterenarian Dr. Benjamin S. Reyna, supervising environmental management specialist Mr. Eugene C. Alaba, Provincial Agricultural Office (PAGRO) representative Mr. Ronald Sibaya.
The momentous event was witnessed by the faculty, staff, and the 65 BSA students of the college. Both the provincial and municipal government expressed optimism and emphasized that this is only the beginning of the growth of CVSC and promised that they will be aiding CVSC into becoming a beacon of excellence for all ComValeños.