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First Ever Grand Harvest Field Day of PFO Quirino

Posing an Average Body Weight (ABW) of 250 grams per piece and recording a partial harvest of approximately 500 kilos (4 pcs a kilo) were just but a few good points of Mr. Rodel Baclig, techno-demo cooperator from Villa Pascua, Diffun, Quirino during the conduct of the first-ever Harvest Field Day of techno-projects this CY 2019.

How to apply for a Fisheries Scholarship Program


1. Program Background

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) through the Fisheries Scholarship Program (FSP), is granting full college scholarship to qualified high school graduates taking up Bachelor of Science in Fisheries (BSF). In the past, the FSP allowed other allied courses in fisheries; however, in 2010, it was agreed during the National FSP Coordinators Conference to focus the scholarship program on BS Fisheries consistent with the initiatives of the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) towards the professionalization of Fisheries discipline.

In cases of new nomenclature of fisheries courses, proper details of course description must be provided to the FSP-Management and Coordination Unit (FSP-MCU) prior to the following school year, to give ample time to the MCU to discuss with proper and concerned authorities.

The program has two (2) components: the FSP Fisheries Industry Leader Grant (FILG) for high school graduates who belong to the Top 10 of their graduating class and, the Fisherfolk Children Educational Grant (FCEG) for high school graduates whose parents are Mangingisdang Juan or are registered in the Juan Magsasaka Registration System.


BFAR 02 News and Events

  • Court Hands 8 Years Imprisonment to Blast Fishers
    TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan – The Regional Trial Court in Aparri, this province, has issued a guilty verdict against four fishermen who were apprehended for use of explosives  way back 2015.
  • LGUs Act to Protect Crab Resources
    TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan – Three municipalities in northern Cagayan have come-up with legislation aiming to protect and conserve crabs, as well as other fishery resources.
  • PLGU Quirino Leads Dismantling of Illegal Fishing Gears
    TUGUEGARAO CITY, Cagayan – Joint elements of the Office of Provincial Agriculturist and Provincial Fishery Office, along with the Philippine National Police and barangay officials recently dismantled and confiscated a handful of illegal fishing gears in Quirino province.
  • Viet Poachers Pay Compromise Fine
    TUGUEGARAO CITY, CAGAYAN – Seven Vietnamese fishermen who were apprehended for poaching in August last year, have paid a compromise fine amounting to three hundred thousand pesos, thereby settling their administrative case filed before the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources.
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