Baybay City, Leyte - ATI continues to encourage capable and deserving youth, particularly the children of smallholder farmers and fishers to pursue studies or a career in agriculture thru the Educational Assistance for the Youth (EAsY AGRI).
CATUBIG, Nothern Samar –The recent pandemic that affected people in all parts of the world has brought out the ability of people to prioritize basic needs more than anything. As for farmers, this is a high time to be resourceful in acquiring farm inputs. One of which is to maximize available farm materials in sustainable pig farming.
KANANGA, Leyte –“Daghan kaayo kong nakat-unan bahin sa pagtanom ug utanon, ug nakat-on san ko kung unsaon pag-apply sa abono ug kung unsaon ang pagsulbad sa sakit sa tanom”, quips Ms. Rubilyn Arriesgado.
Calbayog City, Samar – With so much time on their hands due to the CoVid-19 pandemic, people are staying home and building their own gardens. ATI RTC 8 makes it a point to continue with its extension services so appropriate knowledge and skills are shared to clientele.
Borongan City, E. Samar – At a time when the world is grappled by the CoVid-19 pandemic, the government thru the Department of Agriculture addresses the need to Filipinos in the production of their own food. The Agriculture Training Institute and its network see to it that extension services are continuously provided.
BAYBAY CITY, Leyte –Food sustainability amidst a pandemic is an essential. With this, ATI initiates a one-day seminar to create awareness among households on organic gardening for continuous food availability for the family.
The simultaneous activity is held at GOLDs Farm, Baybay and Enderios’ Farm School in Borongan.
BAYBAY CITY, Leyte - From poetry features, quick online guides, and bite-sized videos, ATI in Eastern Visayas made it sure to continue information dissemination to its clients. Because of the pandemic, staying at home is set to be one of the most effective ways to flatten the curve. With this, the internet is now, more than ever, the widely used source of information.
BAYBAY CITY, Leyte - “Plant! Plant…and Plant!” The Department of Agriculture’s newest advocacy for food sufficiency at home especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. For more than two (2) months, the Agricultural Training Institute regional network has been one with the DA to encourage individuals and families to start planting their own food.
BAYBAY CITY, Leyte –Center Director Hazel Grace T. Taganas and Information Officer Ms. Melinda. P. Petalcorin graced the invitation of VSU-DYDC thru its Station Manager, Dr. Christina A. Gabrillo, to share about the Center’s activities amidst the various COVID-19 quarantine guidelines.