It is a well-known fact among lechoneros (pig roasters) in La Loma, the lechon capital of the Philippines, that the best pig to roast are the native black pigs of Marinduque.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) – Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) headed by Imee M. Diaz celebrates the 2019 Month of the Ocean (MOO) through a simultaneous coastal clean-up along 83 coastal barangays.
May 25, 2019, marks a historic event for The Street Classroom, a volunteer organization in the island province of Marinduque, with the primary goal of providing indigenous, localized, and fun-filled learning activities to street children, school children, out-of-school children, out-of-school youth, out-of-school adults, drop-outs, and children who are unable to attend regular classes due to physical, economic, and geographical limitations.
Nasa Marinduque ngayon ang vlogger at social media sensation na si Kimpoy Feliciano upang magbakasyon at saksihan ang taunang pagdiriwang ng Moriones Lenten Rites.
To fast-track the identification of more than 1,000 farmer-beneficiaries for the Convergence for Livelihood Assistance for Agrarian Reform Beneficiaries Project (CLAAP) in Marinduque, a two-day field validation and monitoring was recently conducted by the Department of Agrarian Reform’s (DAR) Central Project Management Unit.