Welcome to ATI in the Cordilleras

To continuously capacitate agricultural extension workers (AEWs) as primary clientele, farmers and other stakeholders in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) through responsive and dedicated service and thereby make them ever efficient and effective partners and actors in agricultural and rural development

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Feb 23 2017

 The Agricultural Training Institute-CAR strengthened its intervention on Gender and Development (GAD) with the conduct of the  Training on GAD Planning and Budgeting for ATI and DA-RFO Staff held on February 20-21, 2017 at the Dammuhan Hall, ATI-CAR, La Trinidad, Benguet. 
 

Feb 06 2017

 “Ang trabaho po talaga ng PCOO ay ihatid ang polisiya ng gobyerno sa masa, sa taumbayan, hindi lang po tagapagsalita on behalf of the President kundi on behalf of the entire government.” This was what Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Jose Ruperto Martin M. Andanar emphasized during the third leg of the ASEAN-PCOO Roadshow held in Baguio City.

Feb 03 2017

 “Malaki ang difference ng mga nangyayari sa amin at yung mga nangyayari sa mga farmers nila dito” says Mr. Rodrigo C. Enting, HVCDP Provincial Focal Person of Leyte, after their three-day hands-on training and exposure on highland vegetable production in the province of Benguet. According to Mr. Enting, he is amazed with how farmers in Benguet produce and earn given a very...

Feb 03 2017

“Improving agricultural productivity and food security of small farmers and farming communities through improving their access to relevant information, data and technology” is the overarching aim of ASSIST’s AGROMET project. ASSIST, which stands for Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation, was able to avail of a funding support from the German...

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When you hear of lettuce, the next thing you might be thinking will surely be salads, burgers, sandwiches and many more. Well, there is nothing wrong with that in fact who could say no to that crispy, tender, succulent and vibrantly green leaf ever present in any buffet table. However, have you ever wondered how lettuce is grown? Let us take you deep in the highlands of the Cordillera where that often sought-after leaf is cultivated in often various and splendid ways.
 

What our clients say

It is simple but interesting. A sort of "do-it-yourself" course... I encourage you specially Agricultural Extensionist to enroll, NOW!...
 
 

Abraham Dogui-is, A. AT, OPAg, Mt. Province | June 30, 2009