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DepEd Cavite puts up Mother Crop Museum

Mainstreaming bio-intensive and bio-aero gardening approaches, the Schools Division of Cavite Province, through the collaborative effort of teaching and non-teaching personnel, established its Mother Crop Museum, during the Season-Long Training for Agriculture Teachers, May 16-19 and May 22-26, at the DepEd Compound, Trece Martires City.

The crop museum will serve as a repository for the conservation and reintroduction of native/ local varieties of legumes, green leafy vegetables, root and tuber crops, and other nutritionally rich indigenous vegetables.

Moreover, it was developed to maximize the use of gardens as a learning venue for students and to serve as a tool for the delivery of basic environmental education, climate-smart agricultural practices, and proper waste management.

Initiated by EPP/ TLE Education Program Supervisor Romeo E. Endraca, medical officers Rainerio U. Reyes and Angelita C. Orenciano, and nurses Jeric M. Javier and Reagan Royce D. Luclucan, along with 32 Division health personnel, the nine-day training fostered teacher-to-teacher exchange of experiences and best practices.

Upon the enhancement of their knowledge and skills on BIG and BAG approaches and crop planning, 54 Agriculture teachers rendered their labor in shaping up the gardens.

Along with selected school heads, the teachers also attended a series of seminars to gather up-to-date information on best gardening practices.

Ms. Irish Baguilat, IIRR’s project development officer, talked on the development of BIG and BAG standards and the use of garden produce and marketing technique. Mr. Felix Joselito Noceda, DA-CARES’ senior science research specialist, tackled climate-smart gardening practices for sustaining gardens, as well as sustainability and functionality of gardens. Tanza Municipal Agriculturist Domingo Austria discussed crop planning while EPS Endraca introduced the establishment of DepEd Cavite’s Mother Crop Museum. Health and Nutrition Officer Angelita Orenciano, together with DA-CARES personnel, discussed recipe development which incorporates the produce of the crop museum. Lastly, Ms. Melody Gonzales, Teacher 3 from Trece Martires City National High School-Cabezas Annex, provided technical know-hows on conducting action research in gardening technology.

The actual recipe development seeks to upgrade and update existing recipes being used by the canteen. Emphasizing the incorporation of indigenous vegetables, the recipes will also be adopted by the soon-to-be-lunched Division canteen.

“The produce will be bought by the Division Cooperative-managed canteen which will go ‘organic.’ Sustainability and health are our main goals,” Schools Division Superintendent Cherrylou D. de Mesa affirmed.  (Rey Ann M. Maramag, PDO-I,SDO Cavite Province)

 

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