An opportunity was given for the project to present the research output to the public when the lead HEI, University of the Philippines Baguio was co-sponsoring the "Art in Sunshine Park" in coordination with the City Government of Baguio. It was a ten-day event starting from November 20 to 30, 2020. Even in the midst of the pandemic, the exhibit was visited by locals and tourists of Baguio City. The team displayed mainly the food products such as ice cream from guava cherry, lemon, galyang; tarts and cookies, different flavored polvoron, noodles from the developed flours and dried herbs. Included with the display was the food tasting and assessment activity. Aside from food, the formulations created from medicinal plants tested in the laboratory were also on display such as the lotions, creams and ointments.
The Sangguniang Panlungsod ng Baguio through the Office of Hon. Betty Lourdes F. Tabanda invited the team to a public consultation regarding "Enhancing The Livelihood Capacities of Women in the Arts and Crafts Programs of Baguio as a Creative City" on December 16, 2020. The talk was dubbed as "Creative uses of plants for livelihood", where the team was given the opportunity to present the food development component of the research from underutilized plants and the product formulation from ethnomedicinal plants.
The CHED-Dareto Cycle II Project under Dr. Teodora Balangcod conducted another Technology Transfer activity entitled "Livelihood Training on Underutilized and Neglected Food Crops" last November 26, 2021, in Barangay Pacdal in coordination with Barangay Pacdal officials under Brgy. Cap. Abraham Lagasca, Kagawad Janet Molintas, Livelihood Chairman Linda Dulo and other members of Pacdal and Gibraltar.
The training was participated by 30 residents of Pacdal and Gibraltar. The number was limited to adhere to social distancing. Dr. Balangcod and her team of research assistants namely Mabel Papco-o, Rachelle May-os, Lheslie Cawilan, Arra Batangan, Kryssa Balangcod, Lance Licnachan and Lemuel Balloyan carried out the training and assisted the participants.
The training included ice cream making, products from flour of underutilized plants like camote and gabi to cake, cookies and tarts. Also, part of the training was how to compute for product costing based on costs of materials. A demonstration of how to create homemade soap from cucumber and aloe vera was also done late in the afternoon of the training.
Materials used for the training were sponsored by friends and other study leaders namely Lemuel Ferrer, Julius Malonzo, Freda Wong, Ivy Inovero, Cheryl Tello, Siegfred and Cirpriano Tucay Jr., John Kenneth Fajardo, Amelia Cendaña, Ashlyn Balangcod, Brenda Marie Dogup, Mary Grace Carpio, Rainphil Inc. c/o Arjay, Kate, Rodelyn and Joseph and lunch for the participants were sponsored by Ma'am Sol Go.