Gigi Morris
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Gigi Morris is a Las Vegas-based fashion design and apparel professional. Her family moved to the Philippines while her husband, Bob Morris, was teaching agricultural production internationally. Gigi made a personal segue into farming and devoted her time raising their two boys. She developed MOCA Farm, an ecologically–friendly, sustainable family farm in Batangas, Philippines.

Gigi applied her education and experience in marketing high end fashion to their family farm business believing that the principles of marketing and production can be applied to any industry. Together with other small farm owners in Batangas, Philippines, she is busy promoting agritourism activities and training fellow small farm owners how to conduct agritourism and agri-culinary activities. She is passionate about her campaign for local food. Her trendsetting ideas in promoting the farm to fork concept earned her the moniker, The Forksetter.

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