Farmer’s Organization Receives Support, For SRI Practice in Liberia

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Following the adoption of a new method for rice production by Liberian farmers known as the “System of Rice Intensification (SRI), the Community of...

MoA Engages Local Farmers on Rice, Cassava Project

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The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) through one of its food crop projects, the West African Agricultural Productivity Program (WAAPP-Liberia) has engaged local farmers from...

MoA to Introduce 10-yr Agriculture Project to Local Farmers

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In a bid to improve Liberia’s food security, the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), through one of its food crop projects, the West African Agricultural...

WAAPP Conducts Workshop on Agricultural Research

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In an effort to address challenges faced in the agricultural sector of Liberia, 75 stakeholders in the sector are currently participating in a 3...

Minor Break-through for Du-Port Road Farmers

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The municipal government of the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) in Paynesville, Montserrado County, has stepped in and taken a position in the wetlands conflict...

Liberian Farmers Appeal for Grant

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Farmers in Liberia under their umbrella organization, Farmer Union Network of Liberia (FUN), are appealing to the government and its international partners in the...

Liberian Farmers Appeal for Grant

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  Farmers in Liberia under their umbrella organization, Farmer Union Network of Liberia (FUN), are appealing to the government and its international partners in the...

250 Rural Women Acquire Skills in Agriculture

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At least 250 women from Bomi, Cape Mount, and Gbarpolu Counties are being trained in improved agricultural practices for the reduction of rural poverty.A...

MOA Trains Extension Workers on Climate Change

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At least 15 county agriculture coordinators (CAC) and eight district agriculture officers (DAO) across the country recently completed a 2-day training workshop on climate...

U.S. Delegation to Boost Agriculture in Liberia

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A delegation of at least 30 individuals from the Indiana Agriculture Institute in the United State of America, are expected to arrive in Liberia...

Climate Change Project Makes Progress

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The Ministry of Agriculture’s (MoA) Climate Change Adaptation in Agriculture Project (CCAAP) in Belemu, Panta District, Bong County is gradually making progress.  Beneficiaries of...

Bong Female Farmers Harvest 4 Hectares Farmland

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At least 30 women calling themselves, “Arise and Shine” in Totota, Salala District, Lower Bong County on Saturday, January 18, harvested 4 hectares of...

Farmers’ Cooperative Establishes Oil Palm Nursery for Farmers

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Over 4000 oil palm seedlings (young plants) are currently on nursery in Bellemu, Panta District, Bong County, to be distributed to local farmers for...

Retired Public Official Expresses Pride in Being An Agriculturist

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Although Liberia is an agriculturally-rich country, with abundant vegetation and fertile soil, it is still a challenge getting farming to be prioritized above other...

Women Farmers to Get Awareness on Climate Change

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In an effort to combat climate change in the country, at least 75 female farmers from two districts in Gbarpolu County are expected tomorrow...

Montserrado Farmers Prioritize Pepper Production

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 Over 100 farmers at Chinese Farm, Mount Barclay, Montserrado County have prioritized the production of Pepper to earn more money during this farming season.In...

4,000 Local Farmers Recruited for Food Security Project

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 The program officer of the Farmers Union Network of Liberia (FUN), John Alphanso Perkins, has disclosed more then 4,000 local farmers from Bong, Grand...

Former Supt Predicts Dark Cloud over Liberia’s Food Security

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 Former Nimba County Superintendent, Robert Kamei, says Liberia will in a few years be forced to import all of its food needs to keep...

FUN to Resume Farmers’ Consultation

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 The Farmers’ Union Network of Liberia (FUN) is expected to soon resume its consultation meeting with farmers across the country.The program officer of FUN,...

‘Life is Difficult in Bong’

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Some subsistence farmers of Bong County, particularly those residing in Salala, Salala District, have said that the lack of support to farmers is making...