ATI Publications

Vignette: A Travelogue of Central Luzon's Agritourism Sites - Volume I

Deemed as an agricultural country, the Philippines is considered as one of the most biodiverse places in the world. The country’s topography consists of lush and dense forests, mountainous terrains, coastal areas, and plains with almost half of these dedicated for farming. In fact, its agriculture sector takes up about two thirds of the country’s employment.