Delegates of the 3rd Organic Asia Congress visited some of the areas showcased for organic practices.

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Bislig City envisions to become a model city for Organic Agriculture in the Philippines by year 2020.

Below is a vegetable garden developed by the Stand Alone Senior High School at Tambuang, Brgy. Cumawas, Bislig City.

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