ATI Compound, EL SALVADOR CITY---Since its debut on April 24 this year, our webinar series on urban agriculture via “AgriStoryahay” have continued offering learning and farming tips amid the global health crisis the country is facing today. The production of the said webinar series came in as response to the covid-19 pandemic which has restricted ATI’s conduct of face-to-face trainings.
Capitan Bayong, IMPASUGONG, BUKIDNON---For the residents of Barangay Capitan Bayong in Impasugong, Bukidnon, solidarity and a little friendly competition binds them to be food secure.
Poblacion, EL SALVADOR CITY--- As the lead agency in agricultural and fisheries extension in the region, the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center X (ATI-RTC X) adds to its roster of Learning Site for Agriculture (LSA) for knowledge sharing opportunities for farmers, would-be farmers and agri-enthusiasts.
Poblacion, EL SALVADOR CITY---The Learning Site (LS) partners of the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center X (ATI-RTC X) are growing exponentially as it pursues to further promote modern farming, especially among the youth and make agriculture a way of life consistent with the program thrust of the Institute.
ATI-RTC X, EL SALVADOR CITY, MISAMIS ORIENTAL. “Pag may itinanim, may aanihin”, a common adage exemplified by the ATI-RTC 10 employees during this time of great crisis. Mr. Romeo Salcedo and Mr. Joegene Bahian are the Center’s drivers, while SG Felipe Aguitong and SG Alven. Macana are security guards. They are not just security guards and drivers however, but also gardeners of the ATI-RTC 10.
Metro Cagayan de Oro---A discussion of the center’s next move in pushing its Community Urban Gardening Program was facilitated recently by OIC-Center Director Maria Lydia A. Echavez along with ATI-RTC 10 senior staff. The meeting convened City Agriculturist Mr. Paul Douglas Calingin, along with Mr. Reynaldo Gil ‘Datu Makadingding’ Lomarda with wife Rose Maryl of Greenminds Inc.
Realizing the importance of continuous learning amid the global health crisis the country is facing today, a webinar series on urban agriculture via “AgriStoryahay sa ATI” debuted on April 24, 2020. The production of the said series was in response to the covid-19 pandemic which has restricted ATI’s conduct of face-to-face trainings.
Poblacion, El Salvador--- The Department of Agriculture’s “Plant, Plant, Plant Program” or “Ahon Lahat, Pagkaing Sapat (ALPAS) Laban sa Covid-19” continues to benefit farmers, fishers and consumers in the city as well as in the countryside.
The world now is profoundly affected by this global pandemic. Adding to the threat of public health and well-being, as well as the economic and long term livelihoods of the people, food sufficiency and hunger is now the common clamor of mostly those in poor sector.
A series of webinars will be aired at the ATI Northern Mindanao Facebook Page. This will start on April 24, 2020 at 10:00-10:30 in the morning. This is in response to the Covid pandemic which has restricted the conduct of face-to-face trainings. Also, engaging on urban agriculture will assure food availability in the home and could also be an added income in these trying times.