The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources is now accepting investors in its 300-hectare mariculture park in Auroraâ€™s northern town of Casiguran for the commercial production of bangus (milkfish) and export of apahap (sea bass).
â€œWe are ready to accept investors,â€ BFAR Director Malcolm Sarmiento Jr. said here on Friday.
Proposed by Sen. Edgardo Angara, a former agriculture secretary, the project has been approved by the Casiguran government through a resolution declaring part of the Casiguran Sound (bay) a mariculture park.
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