ICCEM in Action



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eFARM (engaging Food and Agriculture Resources Management) Academy eFARM (Food and Agriculture Resources Management) Academy is a Central Luzon State University (CLSU) initiated project funded by CHED targets to do the “Transfer-Technology Program” as one of the premiere institutions of agriculture in Southeast Asia. his program has three (3) components: eFARM GROW, eFARM KITCHEN, and eFARM ACADEMY. eFARM GROW (Generate. Reap. Opportunity. Wealth) showcases eight (8) existing food and agricultural technologies developed by Central Luzon State University (CLSU) namely: Zero Waste Pig, Vertical Farming, Organic-based Products, Mushroom Production, Aromatic Rice, Hybrid Rice Production, Aquashade, and Goat Production. This project targets to produce electronic course modules of the technologies that will be made available for interested local and foreign online learners. Soon, it also aims to accommodate on-site experiential learners for a more realistic experience. eFARM KITCHEN (Knowledge Integration. Culinary Enhancement) transforms the products of the identified agrifishery technologies into mouth-watering recipes. The project aims to share to the viewers, learners, and actual tourists the different food processing preparations devised by its experienced chefs where all raw materials needed are readily available in the market for the people. eFARM ACADEMY (Online Learning) is responsible in setting up various flexible online learning modes in order to create linkages with the project’s local and international beneficiaries and audiences. This project will make all learning materials produced by the eFARM GROW and eFARM KITCHEN available in its Learning Management System (LMS) platform. 9/13/2021-9/12/2022
  • Edgar A. Orden,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Maria Adrielle S. Estigoy,
  • Celyrah B. Castillo,
  • Renato G. Reyes,
  • Jonathan L. Galindez,
  • Seth Vincent M. Valdez,
  • Dana G. Vera Cruz,
  • Kristelle S. Lamson,
  • Celeste D. Dela Cruz,
  • Mercedita M. Reyes,
  • Ma. Johanna J. de Dios,
  • Parsons N. Hail,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Nemesio A. Macabale Jr.,
  • Jarius Jesse M. Tubal,
  • Cyril Joy V. Balais,
  • Che Lean C. Cabico,
  • Mary Joy A. Callo,
  • Eduardo L. Dela Cruz Jr.,
  • Rene Boy M. Dela Cruz,
  • Alona Jane E. Diaz,
  • Joseph Vladimir V. Gaban,
  • Nolly F. Isip,
  • Eloisa A. Mariano,
  • Venus DR. Ragasa,
  • Alleyah Abigail M. Reyes,
  • Christine Dawn T. Tapic
Enhancement of the System for Agriculture and Fisheries Education through the Integration of Green and Remote Sensing Technologies Towards Food Security, Sustainability, Health and Safety of the Environment (SAFE>GRS>FOSHE) To improve and transform the agriculture and fisheries education through extension by means of dissemination of green and remote sensing technologies to selected students, farmers, LGUs and local communities in Central Luzon using various promotional techniques and strategies. Specifically, (1) to conduct training/seminar on biodiversity conservation and phytoremediation to selected farmers, local communities and local government units. (2) To conduct training on the generation of flood hazard/flood depth/vulnerability maps and natural and agricultural maps using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology/remote-sensing technology to selected LGUs in Central Luzon. (3) To develop information communication technology materials about green and remote sensing technologies for diffusion through social media and YouTube. (4) To prepare and distribute IEC materials on biodiversity conservation, phytoremediation and remote sensing/LiDAR technology and other environmental issues to various elementary and high schools, state and private colleges and universities offering agriculture and fisheries courses. (5) To improve the biodiversity learning center and develop green technology learning center particularly on phytoremediation technology for public awareness and education. (6) To develop policy briefs and formulate policies/local ordinances on biodiversity conservation, and phytoremediation for diffusion and recommendation to selected LGUs in Central Luzon. (7) To develop policy briefs and formulate policies/local ordinances to utilize hazard maps/ vulnerability maps, agricultural and natural resources maps, out of LiDAR technology in their local climate change adaptation plans and comprehensive land use plan/comprehensive development plan for dissemination and endorsement to selected LGUs in Central Luzon. (8) To monitor and evaluate the various promotional activities on the green and remote-sensing (LiDAR) technologies that have been concluded for improvement of agriculture and fisheries curricular programs and for sustainability of agricultural and fisheries extension programs. 2020-2022
  • Annie Melinda paz-Alberto,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Ronaldo T. Alberto,
  • Roberto D. Pelayo,
  • Edmark P. Bulaong,
  • Daryl A. Juganas,
  • Eliza E. Camaso,
  • Guiller B. Damian,
  • Jo adrianne A. Espiritu,
  • Carl Dionelle B. Ponce,
  • Kathrina M. Mapanao,
  • Angella B. Tolentino,
  • Kyle Ceasar V. Muega,
  • Jovannie J. de Dios,
  • Jennelyn Santos,
  • Eddieson P. Canoza,
  • Kimberly Joy Mata,
  • Anastacia D. Mendoza,
  • Gian Paolo B. Estrada
Formulation of Nutri-chip for Disaster Resiliency The main objective of the study is to develop a full-packed nutri-chip that is both nutritious and delicious out of the abundantly available and cheap raw materials of the country, which are mushroom, seaweed and moringa. The Municipality of Anda, Pangasinan is chosen as the pilot community. It is prone to natural hazards such as, coastal flooding and storm surge. There is also prevalence of malnutrition in the coastal barangays of Municipality of Anda. Research program has three (3) components: Project 1 - Evaluation and Analysis of Nutri-Chip and its Production; Project 2 - Capability-building of Pilot Community ; and Project 3 - Information Dissemination. 6/1/2020-5/31/2022
  • Evaristo A. Abella,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Geraldine Gantioque-Tayag,
  • Ma. Johanna J. De Dios,
  • Arman M. Parayao,
  • Shella C. Parreño,
  • Zhandon Paul M. Cario
-- Assessment of Mining Activities in Candelaria. Zambales, Philippines Disaster risk reduction entails decisions and practical choices, somehow dependent on available resources for management. In this light, information and communication are highly necessary. 4/1/2022-3/31/2023
  • Daryl A. Juganas,
  • Gella Patria L. Abella,
  • Eric Morales,
  • Mayette Valera,
  • Gilberto C. Sigua,
  • John Wayne Villen