At Panabo Mariculture Park

That’s me, Zac B. Sarian (seated at right), and Bert Braga, administrator of a college in Ozamiz City, at the fishcage of Dr. Frank de la Pena at the Panabo Mariculture Park.
  
Dr. De la Pena, an educator who is expert in fisheries, has come up with his own formulation of an organic fish feed which can cut down the cost of feeds by 20 percent.
  
He used to have many fishcages but had to reduce them to just two because the cost of feeds skyrocketed. When he started in 2008, a 40-kg bag used to cost about P500. Now the same is P700 to P800 per bag.
  
He is going to stock more cages soon because he has already developed a cheaper organic fish feed. Dr. De la Pena runs two colleges in Davao del Norte, one in Tagum and another in Panabo. He has also come up with a Natural Farming Institute.
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