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Aug 11 2017

Working towards a harmonized and unified agriculture and fisheries extension system in the region, the Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center MiMaRoPa spearheaded the organizational meeting of the Regional Agriculture and Fishery Extension Network (RAFEN) – MiMaRoPa.

Different sectors from Department of Agriculture (DA) and its attached agencies and bureaus, State...

Aug 01 2017

CALAPAN CITY - “We would like to introduce farming, particularly the organic agriculture and appreciate it at an early age of a child, that’s why we are launching this Garden in the School Project,” said Engr. Cristina Puyat-Intong, 4H Focal Person.
Garden in the School is parallel to the “Gulayan sa Paaralan” which aims to promote vegetable production in public elementary and secondary...

Jul 28 2017

To ensure harmonization in the implementation of corn program in the region, the Agricultural Training Institute - Regional Training Center MiMaRoPa spearheaded the Regional Corn Congress themed “Addressing the Needs, Developing Innovation: Beyond all Limits” on July 25 - 26, 2017 at ATI, Barcenaga, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro.

Jul 20 2017

Many people move away from home to study. But in case of Randy Lanot, a 21-year old out-of-school youth (OSY) and 4H member from Brooke’s Point, leaving his family and friends behind for a month while staying in a family you haven’t met nor heard before is hard. But for the sake of learning and experience, he responded to the call of Adopt-a-Youth Program of ATI-MiMaRoPa.

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Sometimes it only takes a simple project, a chance meeting, or maybe, running into an unknown word to ignite an interest that may guide a student into the future. With a kilo of cooked adlai, molasses and molds and a passion for research, a young student shows that a grade seven is not too young to become a scientist.

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