Land Management Service

National Forestry Summit

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At least 1,200 foresters from the country’s academe, government and wood industry convened recently in a three-day conference at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in Olongapo City in Zambales to map out plans and find holistic solutions to the country’s problem of illegal logging.

The Society of Filipino Foresters, Inc. (SFFI) Central Luzon Regional Council and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in Region 3 hosted this year’s summit themed “National Summit on Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade.” It also coincided with the 64th Annual National Convention of the SFFI.

A National Action Plan was formulated during the convention in a bid to elevate the role and importance of the forestry profession in national development, and to promote good governance among foresters.

SFFI is an independent, democratic and non-profit organization composed of more than 8,000 registered foresters working for the advancement of science and technology in the field of forestry under the framework of sustainable forest management.

Standing on the left is Antonio Olizon, President of Philippine Wood Producers Association (PWPA), and at the podium is Dr. Ramon Razal of the College of Forestry and Natural Resources-University of the Philippines Los Banos.

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                          CENRO - Nabunturan


UPDATES ONPRIORITY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS


  1. FORESTRY SECTOR
    • National Greening Program
    • Forestland Delineation Program
    • Community-based Forest Management Program

  2. LAND SECTOR
    • Cadastral Survey
    • Handog Titulo
  3. PROTECTED AREAS AND WILDLIFE SECTOR
    • Protected Area Management Program
    • Wildlife Management Program
    • Coastal and Marine Management Program


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                          CENRO - Maco


UPDATES ONPRIORITY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS


  1. FORESTRY SECTOR
    • National Greening Program
    • Forestland Delineation Program
    • Community-based Forest Management Program

  2. LAND SECTOR
    • Cadastral Survey
    • Handog Titulo
  3. PROTECTED AREAS AND WILDLIFE SECTOR
    • Protected Area Management Program
    • Wildlife Management Program
    • Coastal and Marine Management Program


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                          CENRO - Monkayo


UPDATES ONPRIORITY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS


  1. FORESTRY SECTOR
    • National Greening Program
    • Forestland Delineation Program
    • Community-based Forest Management Program

  2. LAND SECTOR
    • Cadastral Survey
    • Handog Titulo
  3. PROTECTED AREAS AND WILDLIFE SECTOR
    • Protected Area Management Program
    • Wildlife Management Program
    • Coastal and Marine Management Program


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                          PENRO - Compostela Valley

Transparency Seal
  • 2012 Budget and Targets
  • 2012 Budget and Targets
  • 2012 Plans and Programs
  • 2012 Procurement Plan
  • Invitation to Bid
  • Job Opportunities
Tables
  • Summary of tenurial instruments issued
  • Summary of permits issued/per sector
  • Summary of protected areas in the area
  • Summary of biodiversity resources thriving in the area

UPDATES ON PRIORITY PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

A. FORESTRY SECTOR
  • National Greening Program (with breakdown)
  • Forestland Delineation Program (list of town and cities completed, pending …)
  • Community-based Forest Management Program
  • Tenurial instruments issued
B. LAND SECTOR
  • Cadastral Survey
  • Handog Titulo
C. PROTECTED AREAS AND WILDLIFE SECTOR
  • Protected Area Management Program
  • List of PA
  • Wildlife Management Program
  • Coastal and Marine Management Program
D. MINES AND GEOSCIENCES SECTOR
  • Geohazard Assessment and Mapping Program
  • Mining Projects
E. ENVIRONMENT SECTOR
  • Adopt-an-estero program
F. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT SECTOR
  • Research programs/projects in the province