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SDO Biñan City celebrates NutriGardens’ bountiful harvest

SDO Biñan City celebrates NutriGardens bountiful harvest

A celebration of bountiful harvest took place on April 11, 2017 at Biñan Elementary School (BES) during the culminating activity of NutriGardens Project, a joint advocacy program of East-West Seed Foundation (EWSF) and Nestle Philippines in the Schools Division Office (SDO) of Biñan City.

The said project, which operated under the Oh My Gulay! Tanim Sa Kinabukasan Program, has helped 10 public elementary schools in Biñan City in establishing a sustainable school-based vegetable production.

The culminating activity included ribbon cutting of the host’s garden, ceremonial harvesting, and garden tour at BES. Aside from the best vegetable garden competition among the 10 recipient schools, the said activity also featured contest on poster-making and vegetable cooking showdown.

Participating schools received technical assistance from Ms. Krystyn Rosario M. Oreiro, Program Officer from EWSF, for almost 3 months until they reached completion in early April 2017. They also received 500 pieces of vegetable seedlings, instructional materials, and gardening tools, among others.

Prior to the actual planting, EWSF conducted on January 25-27, 2017 a three-day Train the Trainers course to equip the teachers of the top schools with the knowledge and skills required in starting such kind of vegetable garden.

In addition, a separate training session with 50 students from each school was facilitated by Ms. Oreiro during the course of the program to orient them on how they could be of help in maintaining their garden.

“Gardening is not so popular nowadays. We are very happy that East-West Seed Foundation is encouraging us to start gardening once again,” said Mr. Hereberto Jose D. Miranda, CESO VI, Schools Division Superintendent (SDS), during the closing program.

SDS Miranda added that SDO Biñan City is privileged to have been part of the program, since this year, only Biñan City and Cabuyao City were selected as recipients in Laguna province.

He is also positive that the school community, with the help of parents and baranggay officials, will continue to work hand-in-hand in sustaining the garden since this is also beneficial for the school-based feeding program.

Meanwhile, Mr. Crisanto R. Sabino, Executive Director of EWSF, said that the foundation will continue to provide technical assistance and seeds for the next cropping cycle of schools. He encouraged them to start using the recipes introduced during the culminating activity.

Pedro H. Escueta Memorial School was awarded the best vegetable garden and received a plaque of recognition and gift prizes from Nestle, which was awarded by their Corporate Affairs Executive, Ms. Sarah L. Pozas. BES and Pagkakaisa Elementary School received the second and third place, respectively.

EWSF is a corporate social responsibility arm of East-West Seed Company Philippines, a distributor of high-quality vegetable seeds in over 60 countries worldwide. (Dionisio T. Pobar III, EPS-II,SMN)

 

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