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    200 Cavite families cultivate vegetables with grow-at-home kits

    NAIC, CAVITE. 200 homes in this Project Pearls community received pinakbet Growkits through the urban gardening initiative of Corteva Agriscience and AGREA Foundation. Each Growkit is an early Christmas gift worth cultivating: the fulfilling experience of growing one’s own food. “These Growkits are all-in-one vegetable growing kits complete with seeds, seedlings, growing materials, fertilizers, and manuals,” said Cherrie Atilano, AGREA’s Founding Farmer, President and CEO. “In just two...  Read More...

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    Bringing healthy food packs for more than a thousand

    Human movement can be limited in these trying times, but the bayanihan we can do can be endless.AGREA Foundation distributed healthy food packs to 1,100 families last 26 August 2020 at the Project Pearls Learning Center, Barangay Batia in Bocaue, Bulacan. To make this distribution possible – 5,000 kilos of rice, vegetables, and fruits were sourced from AGREA’s Move Food Initiative partner-farmers in Nueva Ecija and Majayjay in Laguna. This initiative was sponsored by Corteva Agriscience and in p...  Read More...

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    Empowering Women in the Food and Agriculture Ecosystem in Asia Pacific

    Women in Agribusiness Asia (WOMAG), in partnership with Corteva Agriscience™, is proud to present a special event on Empowering Women in the Food and Agriculture Ecosystem in Asia Pacific, featuring Cherrie Atilano, CEO and Founding Farmer, AGREA Agricultural Systems, who will be joining us from the Philippines to share her insights and experience from working with women farmers in Siargao, among others. Following the conversation and Q&A with Cherrie Atilano, WOMAG will be launching t...  Read More...