Field to Fork & May Harvest Festival

Taste testing of Field to Fork Cook-off dishes will be provided at the event. Pork used in the dishes are wild pigs caught on Guam. Read the press release for more event info.

2017 Pork in the Park Cook-off Judges tasting on​e of the entries. Photo courtesy of J. Dia.

When: Friday, May 3rd from 11am – 1pm

Where: The Guam Department of Agriculture Compound, Mangilao.

Who: The Guam Department of Agriculture’s Division of Aquatic & Wildlife Resources (DAWR) Hunter Education Program invites everyone to their Field to Fork & May Harvest Festival.

Why: The community can learn more about safe hunting, cooking practices, and tasting wild caught meat on Guam. Feral pigs contribute to the erosion issue in Guam’s watersheds, local farms, and residents’ properties. Eroded hillsides result in more sediment (loose dirt and soil) that washes into our rivers and onto our coral reefs.

Sign up to join the Field to Fork Cook-off!

You can join the Field to Fork Cook-off! DAWR’s Hunter Education Program is looking for chefs or teams who can join the Cook-off to present pork dishes in the “Pit” or “Pot” categories. Prizes will be awarded to the best dish in each category. Fill out the Registration Packet and submit to Jane Dia at or drop off to the Guam Department of Agriculture office in Mangilao.

If you have questions on this event, contact the DAWR Office at 735-3981.

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