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Panaad and the Paril: Traditional Systems of Soil and Water Conservation in Cebu, the Philippines
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A series of datags and stonewalls rising in a series of terraces in Sitio Cabalawan, Barangay Tabayag.
Mt. Lantoy, considered a sacred site in the upland barangays of Argao. It wasdeclared a watershed forest reserve by the government of the Philippines.
A paril (stone wall structure) built to collect eroded soil.
A corn farm (in a wide datag) in Sitio Cabalawan, Barangay Tabayag.
The group of angels and the seminarian assigned to the parish after the end-of-May procession.
One of the author’s informants, now in her 50s, as a ‘flower angel’.
A Carroza depicting the scourging of Jesus Christ at the pillar.
An example of a Belen featuring the whole Christmas story and other importantevents in the life of Jesus Christ.