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ATI-RTC I endorses Farmcradle as FFS of TESDA

BALUNGAO, Pangasinan - The Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center I (ATI-RTC I) extends support in promoting Farmcradle International Inc., an ATI-supported Learning Site for Agriculture in Barangay San Raymundo, Balungao, Pangasinan, to be the tentative venue for Modified Farmers Field School (FFS) Program of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) in Ba

Celebrating ATI’s 33rd

STA. BARBARA, Pangasinan - The Agricultural Training Institute–Regional Training Center I (ATI-RTC I) celebrated ATI’s 33rd Anniversary on January 29-30, 2020 in Tebag East, Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan with a theme: “Vibrant Agriculture and Fisheries Extension Services towards Masaganang Ani and Mataas na Kita”.

Know your business, learn your numbers

BURGOS, La Union – The Climate Resilient Agriculture Beneficiaries of Burgos Cooperative (CRABBCO) of Barangay Imelda, Burgos, La Union, as one of the recipients of the assistance given by the Regional Agriculture and Fisheries Extension Network I (RAFEN I) and Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center I (ATI-RTC I), has undergone Training on Basic Cooperative Bookkeeping for CRA

Niche above the Notch

PUGO, La Union - Everything was set, and everybody was on their way when PAGASA broadcasted at 1:00 a.m. on August 28 that a tropical storm named Jenny has landed the Aurora Province and expected to bring strong wind and heavy rain affecting Ilocos Region.

Bamboo is not a boo

PUGO, La Union - “Bamboo is a high value crop, therefore, kailangan natin itong i-disseminate para maging aware ang mga tao. It is a potential livelihood for the people. Let us discourage those people na nagpuputol ng kahoy para gawing uling dahil ang kahoy pag pinutol, di na tutubo. Ang kawayan, pag pinutol at ginawang uling, ay may kapalit agad. Hindi pa ito mahirap alagaan,” Mr.

“I am ready” – Training on Community-Based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management for ATI-RTC 1 Staff

STA. BARBARA, Pangasinan - In 2016, the Philippines ranked 3rd in the 2016 World Risk Index of the most disaster-prone countries in the world according to the United Nations Population Fund. It experienced almost all forms of natural disasters and calamities – typhoons, flood, earthquakes, fires, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis.