In the celebration of Rabies Awareness Month with the theme “Barangay Kaagapay Laban sa Rabies Tagumpay”, on March 12, 2018 more than 100 people of San Antonio, Zambales joined the motorcade around the town. It was participated by the Local Government Unit, San Antonio PNP, San Antonio BFP, MDRRMO, BHW’s and Barangay Officials. The activity was spearheaded by the Municipal
Relative to the enactment of Republic Act No. 10068 – “An Act Providing for the Development and Production of Organic Agriculture in the Philippines and for Other Purposes” otherwise known as the Organic Agriculture Act of 2010, Duque’s Natural Farm is the first farm in San Antonio practicing organic farming.
The Municipal Agricultural and Fishery Council (MAFC) is composed by the President/Chairman of various farmers and fisherfolk associations and cooperatives and government sector representatives in the municipality of San Antonio, Zambales. The council serves as the monitoring arm of the Department of Agriculture in the municipal level by virtue of Executive Order 116; Rule 113.1 of Department of
Seven (7) units of shallow tube wells (STW’s) were awarded by Hon. Mayor Estela D. Antipolo, M.D., Hon. Vice Mayor Lugil S. Ragadio and the Sangguniang Bayan Members together with the staff of Municipal Agriculture Office to cluster of farmers covering a total of 3.0 hectare under the rainfed area last March 12, 2018 after the Flag Ceremony of the municipal employees of San Antonio, Zambales.