PGB opens its new agriculture office and training center

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CITY OF MALOLOS – Employees of the Provincial Agriculture Office have finally transferred to their new workplace as Bulacan Gov. Daniel R. Fernando and Vice Gov. Alexis C. Castro led the inauguration of the said edifice earlier today, erected along the Capitol Compound here.

The two-storey building will house the Provincial Agriculture Office on the second floor while the first floor will be the Farmers/Fisherfolks Training Center.

For the first floor, it is divided into three rooms: one room for Program Management, Agribusiness and Marketing Assistance Division, Farmers’ Information and Technology Services (FITS) Center, and Provincial Agriculture and Fisheries Extension Center (PAFEC) while the two remaining rooms will be the Training Rooms.

The second floor is divided into four rooms where Room 4 is for Crops Development Division, Room 5 for Fisheries Development Division, Room 6 is the Conference Room and Room 7 is allotted for Administrative Division and Office of the Provincial Agriculturist.

Meanwhile, a separate building was also inaugurated to serve as the FFTC dormitory and guest rooms.

“Sa wakas po ay natapos na at ngayon nga ay magagamit na ng ating mga kawani mula sa PAO at mga Bulakenyong magsasaka at mangingisda na sasailalim sa mga pagsasanay ang gusaling ito. Nawa ay makatulong ang ating ipinagawang imprastraktura upang mas higit na yumabong ang sektor ng agrikultura at pangisdaan sa ating lalawigan,” Fernando said. Meanwhile, Provincial Agriculturist Ma. Gloria SF. Carrillo also expressed her gratitude and joy because finally, one of her aspirations for the Bulakenyo farmers and fisherfolks has come true.

“Nakakatuwa pong isipin na sa tagal po ng aking panunungkulan bilang Provincial Agriculturist, halos 20 taon ay ngayon na lamang po nagkaroon ng katuparan ang aming pangarap na isang training center na maipagmamalaki ng ating lalawigan ng Bulacan kung saan ang ating mga magsasaka at mangingisda ay mabibigyan ng angkop na kaalaman upang higit nilang mapaunlad ang kanilang mga gawain sa bukid, palaisdaan at gayon din po ay gumanda ang kanilang mga kinikita,” Carillo said.

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