Model Agro-tourism Site

The CLSU’s research and development centers and livelihood projects comprise the whole agri-tourism showcase that provides learning experiences for local and foreign tourists.

The most frequented projects of CLSU are the: Small Ruminants Center; which crossbreeds native goats using superior breeds, or the Super Ovulation Embryo Transfer (SOET). It is also involved in sheep production; Dairy Farm, a model of a small but viable dairy buffalo enterprise, in producing variety of quality and healthful milk products.

Other projects are the Freshwater Aquaculture Center, showcasing intensive culture of tilapia in concrete circular tanks and in ponds, as well as propagation of catfishes, giant gourami, and red tilapia; and Fruits and Vegetables Seed Center which produces quality and disease-free vegetables seeds and seedlings of fruit trees. It also showcases production of high value crops using the greenhouse technology.

CLSU has also an Agricultural Museum, promoting cultural heritage in central Luzon in the field of agriculture, fishing and related occupations. It has also a Living Fish Museum, with a collection of various indigenous fishes, ornamental freshwater fishes, reptiles, mollusks, and aquatic plant, and the Bioscience and Biotechnology Museum, Biodiversity Museum which are under the Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management. There is also an Organic Veggie park, highlighting the production of vegetables and crops using purely organic materials adoptable even in urban areas.

Other frequented projects are the Center for Tropical Mushroom Research and Development which serves as training and research center on the development and promotion of mushroom science and technology and showcasing production of various mushroom species and spawn propagation and the Ramon Magsaysay Center for Agricultural Resources and Environmental Studies which showcases, among others, the production of organic fertilizers and growing of organic crops such as rice and vegetables.