BFAR, Aurora execs upbeat over milkfish, sea bass park


The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources is now accepting investors in its 300-hectare mariculture park in Aurora’s northern town of Casiguran for the commercial production of bangus (milkfish) and export of apahap (sea bass).

“We are ready to accept investors,” 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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One thought on “BFAR, Aurora execs upbeat over milkfish, sea bass park”

  1. marami na po naibalita at sinabi na gagawin o ilulunsad na proyekto..pero wala pa po nangyayari..medyo sanay na po ang mga taga aurora na binobola..hindi na lang kami umaasa…lagi lang namn puro bola..ibalita pag nasimulan na

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