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Field to Fork Binadu hunt winners rewarded | Guam News


The winners of the “Field to Fork – Binadu” hunt were named at an award ceremony held at the Mangilao Community Center on Saturday.

“This is one of the many projects that your Ministry of Agriculture will propose to improve the food security of our island. With the tremendous support our Governor and Lieutenant Governor have given to DOAG, we are building strong networks and relationships with our stakeholder partners and providing more and better services to our community, ”said Chelsa Muna- Brecht, director of the Ministry of Agriculture.

The hunt was funded by the Guam Hunter Education Program, with a grant from the US Fish and Wildlife Service Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration Grant Program, according to the press release.

The agency worked with the Northern and Southern Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the Farmer’s Cooperative Association of Guam to organize the event.

Prizes were awarded for the first, second and third rankings, ranked by weight, in the firearms and archery divisions. The winners, by division, are:

Fire arms

• First: Jathan Conway

• Second: Shaun Martinez

• Third: Joe Rasa

Archery

• First: Ray Evangelista

• Second: Peter Gray

Agency officials also thanked Mayor Ungacta de Mangilao, Mayor Taitague de Talofofo and Mayor Sanchez de Yigo for their support at the security briefings and checkpoints. Members of the offices of Senator Clynt Ridgell and Vice President Tina Muna-Barnes volunteered at checkpoints on the day of the event.