Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ngaon Ta Bai! : A Visayan Initiative to Sustainable Food Harnessing

  A Flashback The first thing that comes to mind when talking about organic farming is our own vegetable garden just outside our home in Bacolod.  It is about a hundred square meter lot which my father carefully tilled and … Continue reading

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In Quest for the Sea of Clouds: Mt. Pulag Assault

Luzon’s ceiling Nestled far north of Luzon mainland, Mt. Pulag is home to both a rich biodiversity and various indigenous groups living in great dependency of its forests. The mountain is not only known to be the highest mountain in … Continue reading

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The Sentinels Watching Over Southern Negros

If I were to relate mountains to relationships, Mt. Talinis would be the mistress to my first love Mt. Mandalagan. But that doesn’t the slightest bit explain the joy and the pain you get from climbing them. I have scaled … Continue reading

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