Paradizoo, one of Zoomanity Group parks launched a free agricultural education program through its Paradizoo: Power of Three – floral, vegetable, and agri-livestock festival, which started last January and will continue up to March.
L-R: Cavite TESDA Director Ronaldo Del Torre, Mendez, Cavite Vice Mayor Francisco “Cocky” Mendoza, Senator Cynthia Villar, Zoomanity president and CEO Robert Yupangco and Calata Corporation’s Vergel Formaran
Paradizoo, aims to promote inclusive growth in the field of agriculture through seminars on flower, vegetable, and livestock care by well-known educators and speakers from the agricultural sector. Some 20,000 students, farmers, and members of the public and private sectors are expected to benefit from the program.
Leading the inauguration were Zoomanity president and CEO Robert Laurel Yupangco, Senator Cynthia Villar, Calata Group Vice President Parker Ong and Calata Corporation’s Vergel Formaran, Cavite TESDA Director Ronaldo Del Torre, Councilor Yolly Marasigan and Mendez, Cavite Vice Mayor Francisco “Cocky” Mendoza.
L-R: Zoomanity president and CEO Robert Yupangco, Mendez, Cavite Vice Mayor Francisco “Cocky” Mendoza, Senator Cynthia Villar, Coun. Yolly Marasigan and Calata Group VP Parker Ong
One of the highlights of the event was the contract signing between Zoomanity Group and Calata Group to partner for a project that will provide revolutionary and more efficient methods to grow and develop agribusiness in the country.
The three-month event started with an educational farm tour, seminar and a parade of farm animals like camel, goats, native and miniature horses which roam freely at the park. Colorful flowers, vegetables and fruits were also displayed.
Paradizoo is a 12-hectare theme park that offers a combination of Paradise and Zoo that is uniquely relaxing and entertaining. It is a perfect destination for pleasure, learning and healthy living as it applies the Best Practices in agriculture, especially in farming, like vermiculture, bokashi soil, hydroponics and putting up compost pits. Paradizoo also observes a Balance Ecosystem by maintaining a natural habitat among animals and plants as you learn more about agriculture, different farm animals and farm produce products.
To learn more about Paradizoo: Power of Three, contact 847-0413/ 899-9824/ 899-98-28 or visit http://www.zoomanity.com.ph.