CALAYAN, Cagayan. Hon. Joseph Llopis, the incoming Mayor elect of Calayan, Cagayan graced the opening program of the technical briefing conducted for the farmers.
CALAYAN, Cagayan. To maximize the utilization of the FITS Center in Calayan, Cagayan, the Office of the Municipal Agriculturist conducted a capability enhancement for 170 farmer-participants. It was conducted on May 24, 2019 through a technical briefing on Model Farm Cluster and Package of Technology in Hybrid Rice Production.
A three-day training on Animal Health Care and Management for Barangay Animal Health Worker (BAHW) was conducted by the Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center 02 to enhance the knowledge and skills of the frontliners in attending the needs of farm animals in their community.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) affect millions of people around the world. In support of HIV/AIDS awareness the ATI RTC 02 conducted an awareness campaign for the 4H members and other participants of the 5th Regional Summer Youth Camp.
The regional summer youth camp promotes agriculture development and innovation among the youth and the local farmers.
The Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center 02 (ATI-RTC 02) imparted the hydroponics technology through a free seminar during the 4H 5th Regional Youth Camp at San Mateo, North Central School, Salinungan West, San Mateo, Isabela last April 11, 2019.
Campers at the 5th Regional Youth Camp undergo a seminar on Values Formation towards Productivity. This seminar was participated by the 4H members from the province of Isabela, Quirino, Cagayan and Nueva Vizcaya.
The seminar aimed to enhance the attitude, knowledge and discipline of the 4H members and coordinators.
To enhance the capacity of agricultural extension workers / agricultural technologists, and farmers on farm management as a business and knowledge on how to manage climate change risks, a Training of Trainers on Climate Resilient Farm Business School (CRFBS) was conducted on March 11-21, 2019 at ATI – RTC 02, Malasin, Isabela.
One way to achieve food sufficiency is the promotion of eating white flint corn as alternative to rice. Aside from its contribution as additional staple food, it is a healthier staple.
The Agricultural Training Institute-Regional Training Center 02 (ATI-RTC 02) conducted a three-day training on Good Manufacturing Practices in Meat Processing held at GMelina Hall, ATI RTC 02 San Mateo Center, San Mateo, Isabela on March 4-6, 2019.