The Manu’a Operations Division of the American Samoa Department of Agriculture oversees and manages agricultural activities across the islands of Ta’u, Ofu, and Olosega.

Comprising Ta’u, Ofu, and Olosega, our division is guided by the DOA Ta’u, Ofu & Olosega Supervisors, who are dedicated to implementing best farming practices across diverse agricultural operations. Our focus extends to cultivating giant taro, taro, bananas, cacao, and preparing for livestock farming operations, ensuring a sustainable and productive agricultural sector in the Manu’a Islands.

As part of our responsibilities, we report directly to the Agriculture Main Office, providing comprehensive weekly reports on crop farming activities, land and soil cultivation, and other relevant metrics for reporting purposes. This transparent communication allows us to maintain accountability and ensure that our efforts align with the department's goals and objectives.

Our division is committed to promoting agricultural development and food security in the Manu’a Islands. Through collaboration with local communities, stakeholders, and government agencies, we strive to implement initiatives that enhance agricultural productivity, support local livelihoods, and preserve the unique cultural heritage of the Manu’a Islands.

At the Manu’a Operations Division, we are proud to play a vital role in the agricultural landscape of Ta’u, Ofu, and Olosega. Through our dedication to sustainable farming practices and community engagement, we aim to foster resilience and prosperity in the agricultural sector of the Manu’a Islands for generations to come.