Be updated on our latest activities related to the rice industry and be inspired by the story of the Escano couple from Laguna on their rice farming venture. These and more in the 2017 third quarter issue of our official publication, ACCESS. Drop by the ATI Central Office in Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City and get a copy for free or you may download soft copy right here in our website.
In a decade of providing electronic extension in the Philippines, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) continues to bring information and technology closer to the Filipino farmers and fishers. Now serving to more than 50,000 registered users in the e-learning portal with 55 course offerings, the Institute recently released the "e-Learning Administration: A Handbook for Implementers."
Know more about our Learning Sites in our latest issue of "Access". Be inspired by the stories of Forest Wood Garden in Laguna; Alameda Farm in Surigao del Sur; MaDoMa Farm in Pangasinan; Hoyohoy Highland Stone Chapel and Organic Farm in Misamis Occidental; and others. Grab your own copy when you visit us in one of our upcoming events at ATI Quezon City.
The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) released its first issue of a quarterly magazine-newsletter titled "Access", a compilation of news stories about the Institute's programs and services including success stories of our farmer-beneficiaries in the regions. "Access" is now available at ATI Central Office, Diliman, Quezon City.
Anchored on the Department of Agriculture's current thrusts and advocacies, the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) envisions food availability and affordability for all Filipinos through leadership and excellence in agriculture and fishery extension services.