Donri-donri, Soppeng - FGD activities carried out on July 16, 2019 at Pondok Agribisnis, Kampung Sabbeta ', Pising Village, Soppeng Regency aimed to examine the problems and obstacles faced by farmers to develop women's. The event was opened by the Head of Pising Village, Ms. Salmiah, S.Hut, who is also an alumni of the Faculty of Forestry, Unhas. Then the presentation related to the purpose of the service program by the Chairman of the Dedication Team Dr. Andi Detti Yunianti, S.Hut, M.P. On the same occasion, Dr. Ir. Sitti Nuraeni, MSi explained the development of silkworm cultivation, especially those from local seeds. This dedication team would like to invite the community to restore the local wisdom of cultivating local silkworm seeds and manage them to become silk cloth that has the characteristics of Soppeng City. The results of the FGD resulted in several identification of problems and obstacles faced by partner farmer groups, namely the Sabbeta Village Farmers Group and the Mega Sutera Farmers Group. Problems that are generally related to marketing, low productivity and waste utilization. Monopolistic marketing makes the price of yarn produced very low. Because until now, silk farmers in Soppeng district only produce silk thread, silk fabric production is in Wajo District. Low productivity is caused by the dependence on imported seeds and non-standard products. Utilization of waste, especially cocoon until now only used as souvenirs, it is also done with improvised knowledge. Photo Session with Silk Development FGD Participants in Pising Village, Donri-Donri District, Soppeng Regency Photo with Silk Development FGD Participants in Pising Village, Donri-Donri District, Soppeng District The results of this FGD will be used as a reference for conducting training related to marketing, silkworm cultivation and the use of cocoon waste and mulberry plants. The marketing channel that can increase the value of selling yarn and how to increase the productivity of silk farmers is the focus of the training later. In addition, the utilization of waste into souvenirs and media for mushroom development is also a priority. The dedication activity was closed with a visit to the houses of the residents which were used as a place for caterpillars, seed gardens, spinning and souvenir galleries. The visit was carried out with the Village Head and the leader of the Sabbeta Village Farmers' Group.