• Revisiting Bukidnon's Coffee Terrain

      Unknown to everybody’s eyes, the hinterlands of Bukidnon own the after-sought sweet coffee. In early 1980s, Philippines recognized Bukidnon as coffee province due to a world class coffee bean – sought after a premium price. This glory formerly held is yet to be regained. In History Coffee as primary source of residents’ livelihood has been told in history. Economic twists and turns however gradually diminished the record. Prices of coffee beans significantly dropped that led to crop diversion –...

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    • Persistence: Key To Fish Pond Owners' Answered Battle Cry

      Rural life can sometimes be droning especially to farmers who have been engaged in the same farming practices over the years. Innovation might have been introduced but close to nothing has succeeded because of backwardness, disinterest, capital and poor access to development programs. Despite treacherous tests, Linabo Agrarian Reform Cooperative (LARC) defies reasons for downfall. Located at Sitio Linabo, Lalawan, Malaybalay City, the cooperative cried out loud summoning the concerted efforts of...

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