Paradizoo to be a Learning Institute for Agriculture

Paradizoo signed a contract with Tesda to be an accredited learning institute for agriculture
Paradizoo signed a contract with Tesda to be an accredited learning institute for agriculture.President and CEO of the Zoomanity Group, Robert Laurel Yupangco and Provincial Director III  of TESDA,  Rolando Dela Torre lead the contract  signing ceremony.
Together with well-known people in the field of agriculture,the event was attended by the Calata Group Chairman and CEO, Joseph Calata,Calata Group Vice President, Parker Ong , the Chief of Staff of Cynthia Villar , Atty. Rhaegee Tamana and the Officers of the Zoomanity Group.

Bonsai Garden of Paradizoo

We are now touring at Paradizoo 

Exploring different animals here at Paradizoo

Goat area of Paradizoo
Before the contract signing, a tour around Paradizoo was held. As we start to walk around I noticed a flock of birds flying around, chickens and ducks wandering back and forth, a donkey following us, rabbits playing with each other;  as my mind process my surroundings, I was awestruck. Those animals are free to roam around with no one shooing them or putting them in cages and I can say that is a good thing.

Kudos to the Paradizoo staffs and personnel !

We were able to see a newly-born goat (with umbilical cord still attached), the famous five-legged cow just minding his own business, albino carabao watching us from afar.We also went by the Flower Garden where arrays of various flowers in different shapes and sizes are planted.

Entertainment before the program proper
After the tour,we went to the Pavilion,where the contract signing will take place. I was glad I am able to cover this event.  Atty. Tamana mentioned that farmers are also businessmen but why are they not progressing? Agriculture here in the Philippines is perishing.People,specially millenials from the provinces allocate here in Manila to have a professional degree.No one to plant seedlings of palays and other crops all-day anymore.That's why programs like the Zoomanity group are developing here in Paradizoo is needed.

Paradizoo signed a contract with Tesda to be an accredited learning institute for agriculture.President and CEO of the Zoomanity Group, Robert Laurel Yupangco and Provincial Director III  of TESDA,  Rolando Dela Torre lead the contract  signing ceremony. Together with well-known people in the field of agriculture,the event was attended by the Calata Group Chairman and CEO, Joseph Calata,Calata Group Vice President, Parker Ong , the Chief of Staff of Cynthia Villar , Atty. Rhaegee Tamana and the Officers of the Zoomanity Group.

Atty. Rhaegee Tamana and President and CEO of the Zoomanity Group, Robert Laurel Yupangco 
Paradizoo,located in Mendez,Cavite offers free educational program in the field of agriculture that has helped many students, farmers and members of the public and private sectors.Practices in agriculture especially in farming like vermiculture, bokashi soil,hydroponics ,and putting up compost pits are being  applied to maintain a balanced and natural ecosystem among animals and plants.

This 12-hectare theme park offers integration between a Paradise and a Zoo that is uncommonly relaxing, fascinating and enjoyable.A perfect venue for recreation,learning and healthful living.

The plans for the Learning Institute for Agriculture
Farm Frenzy is one of the favorite attractions inside Paradizoo; An area where visitors can buy and cuddle cute and fluffy little animals such as rabbits, hamsters, and love birds. In Plant Me Home area,visitors may select and pick vegetables and flowers from garden plots to take home. And if you have a keen eye for the beauty or flowers, have a glimpse of their Orchidarium and Ecclectic Garden.

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