PARADIZOO: POWER OF THREE
Promotes FREE Agri-Education
Mendez, Cavite– Paradizoo, one of Zoomanity Group parks, re-unfolds Power of Three (floral, vegetable and agri-livestock festival), from January to March 2016. This event aims to promote inclusive growth in the field of Agriculture, inviting over 20,000 students, farmers and other public and private sectors to focus and understand the benefits of growing agricultural sector in our country.
For three months, Paradizoo offers Free Agriculture Education to all. Free seminar on flower, vegetable and livestock care will be given by different well-known educators and speakers of Agriculture sector, including Senator Cynthia Villar and Mendez, Cavite Mayor Eric Vida on Feb 6. They will discuss about Knowledge of Alternative & Preventive Medicine and Tomato Grafting Production.
To teach more about the Best Practices in Agriculture there will be briefings, discussions on breeding programs and exhibit farm produce, sale and auction of livestock. Training on Rabbit Breeding, Egg Production and Honey Bee Farming is open for everyone on March.
In line with the promotion of Agri-education, Memorandum of Agreement was signed between Zoomanity Group Robert Yupangco and Tarlac College of Agriculture President Max Guillermo to do project development and agri-tourism ventures with provisions of scholarship to Tarlac College of Agriculture students.
And to celebrate Power of Three Festival this Year of the Fire Monkey, the attendees also have the chance to watch the amazing performance of Paradizoo Show Department featuring Fire Monkey Dance and MoiMoi, the very talented Basketball Player Monkey.
Learn more about this event contact 899-9824 or visit www.zoomanity.com.ph
Ribbon cutting of Power of Three. Mr Max Guiilermo, President of Tarlac College of Agriculture and Zoomanity President/CEO Robert Yupangco.
MOA Signing Zoomanity Group and Tarlac College of Education for agri-tourism ventures.
(left to right) Zoomanity South Deputy COO JB Badon, Zoomanity President/CEO Robert Yupangco,
Tarlac College of Agriculture President Max Guillermo.
MoiMoi “Basketball Player Monkey” (right)
Fire Monkey Dance