Agnes Gardia, a farmer in Montserrado, believes that existing laws on land ownership put farmers at a disadvantage because they have no regard for community ownership of land.
Local Farmers are now poised to have access to quality agro inputs to increase their production as the Agro-Inputs Dealer Association of Liberia is now officially launched.
A group of 57 people at the Gbehlay-Geh Rural Women Multipurpose Cooperative Society received a US$100,000 loan to boost their rice and cassava production on March 1 in Karnplay.
Amidst growing efforts to restore Liberia to its prewar status among developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, achieving food security remains a key challenge.
The local agricultural office in River Cess has begun production of 25 kg bags of locally produced rice for sale in the county.
A group of inmates at the Voinjama Central Prison recently harvested rice on farmland provided to them by the government.
The Ministry of Agriculture has begun a new partnership with the USAID-funded Feed the Future, Liberia Agribusiness Development Activities, commonly known as LADA.
A group of young people in Massaquoi’s Village, Bong County, have embarked on cassava farming to improve the living standards of inhabitants within their village.