BY JOHN I. BORJA
LeoPalace Resort Guam’s landscape director is hoping that the farm he manages onsite will grow to a point where it could fully supply the resort’s kitchen with local and non-local produce.
The farm, spanning some 3 acres, is one of the resort’s tourist attractions, bundled with its hourlong Jeep Tours that take passengers to the lesser-known areas of the Yona property. The farm is past the resort’s hotel, condominiums and
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