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									                                                             The   year 2011 saw a lot of
                                                   developments within the environment and
                                               natural resources sector. For one, and a major
                                            program at that, was the launching of the National
                                         Greening Program which became the flagship not only of
                                       the DENR but of the whole government bureaucracy.
                                      Although launched in the second semester, it caught like
                                     wild fire bringing in a lot of volunteers and partners. For
                                     CALABARZON alone, more than 60,000 volunteers signed up
                                     for the NGP planting a total of 3,514,500 seedlings over 5,903
                                     hectares.

                                    In land management and disposition, the recently enacted RA
                                   10023 provided the owners of lots in residential areas to perfect
                                 their ownership of their lots. Although there is some hesitancy for
                               some lot owners to this project, it could be attributed to
                            inadequate information dissemination. With the extension of the Free
                       Patent Law and the issuance of free patent the land claimants could now
             look to a more productive development of their lands.

          In managing the forestlands of CALABARZON, the delineation of forest boundaries has
        been completed and what is needed at this point is the legislation by Congress of the final
       boundary line so that the ground demarcation is visible to people. The issue of poaching
      within timberlands is still apparent but the Office together with its assets in the field have
     been unrelenting in the conduct of surveillance and confiscation activities.

   The 17 Protected Areas within the Region have active PAMB’s that are vigilant in enforcing the
  approved management plans for the particular PA. And monitoring of wildlife has been
 increasingly vigilant what with the proliferation of illegal hunting and disposition of geckos. The
PAMB of Taal Volcano Proteced Landscape has been successfully implementing in coordination
with the Provincial Task Force in the dismantling of illegal fish pens that have a major cause in the
massive fish kill in the lake.

The research component of the Office has provided the Field Offices the appropriate technology
in enhancing quality of planting materials necessary in successfully implementing the NGP.

All in all, the DENR Regional Office of CALABARZON has successfully implemented the mandate
given to it having faced up to the challenges of 2011.

And these have been realized with the efforts exerted by all DENR personnel as well as the
different NGO’s, LGU’s, industries, academic institutions, and other government agencies that
 extended their services.

  We believe we have made a difference.

    To all DENR CALABARZON personnel and to our partners and cooperators, I, together with my
     predecessor, salute everyone of you. Let this be a continuing saga of our struggle for a better
      life for our people.




                                                            REYNULFO A. JUAN
                                                         Regional Executive Director
                          Table of Contents
 I.    Ex ecutiv e Summary                                                          1
II.    Regional Profile                                                             9
III.   Narrative                                                                   21
            1   Clean Air                                                          21
            2   Clean Water and Solid Waste Management                             22
            3   Resources Conservation, Protection, and Productivity Enhancement   44
            4   Enhance Revenues from Natural Resources                            144
            5   Climate Change Mitigatio n and Adaptation                          148
            6   Good Governance                                                    149
IV.    B.   Logical Framework of Major Programs/Projects                           170
                National Greening Program                                          170
                Community-based Forest Management Program                          171
                Forest Protection                                                  172
                Land Management Program                                            173
V.     Tables of Physical Performance Report                                       174
       1. General Administration and Supervision                                   174
       2. Support to Operation                                                     198
       3. Forest Management Services                                               203
       4. Land Management Services                                                 224
       5. Protected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management                    234
       6. Ecosystem Research and Develo pment                                      251
VI.    Tables of Financial Performance Report                                      255
       1. General Administration and Supervision                                   255
       2. Support to Operation                                                     260
       3. Forest Management Services                                               263
       4. Land Management Services                                                 268
       5. Protected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management                    271
       6. Ecosystem Research and Develo pment                                      274
VII.   Plans and Programs for 2011-2016                                            277
VIII. Annexes                                                                      287
                                         LIST OF TABLES
II    1    Political Subdiv isions of Region IV-A, CY 2011

II    2    Distribution of Slope Range by Province (in hectare)
II    3    Population and Population Growth Rate in CALABARZON from Year 200-2007

II    4    Evaluated and Classified Water Bodie s Within CALABARZON, CY 2011
II    5    Water Quality of Seven (7) Lakes in San Pablo Cit y, Laguna (1996-2005)

II    6    Proclaimed Watershed Forest Reserves w it hin CALABARZON, CY 2011
II    7    Land Area and Classificatio n by Province as of CY 2005 (in hectare)

II    8    Forest Cover w ithin CALABARZON as of CY 2003 (in hectare)
II    9    Inventory of Selected Fish Reserve/Sanctuarie s within CALABARZON

III   1    List of ECC Issued Per Province
III   2    List of Proponent with MOA Signed for Adopt-A-Estero Program

III   3    List of Firms Registered Using Chemicals Subject to CCO, CY 2011
III   4    Distribution of Waste Generators within CALABARZON, CY 2011

III   5    List of Local Government Units Assisted in the Establishment of MRF’s, CY 2011
III   6    List of Operating Sanitary Landfill wit hin CALABARZON, CY 2011

III   7    List of Participants in the Rehabilitation of Mangrove in Kawit , Cavite, CY 2011
           Datasets populated Under Each Database Applicatio n Module
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           (FIS-Database CY 2011)

III   9    List of Tenurial Instruments Rectifie d by Province
           Distribution of Permits Issued for the Extraction/Utilizatio n of Forestlands and Forest
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           Products by Province, CY 2011

III   11   List of Tenurial Instruments Monitored, CY 2011

III   12   Area Developed Under National Greening Program
III   13   Areas Proposed for National Convergence Init iative
III   14   Land Area and Ratio of Untenured Forestland Areas per Province

           Confiscated Forest Products, Conveyances, and Equipment w ithin
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           C ALABARZON, CY 2011

           Confiscated Forest Products and Tools per Anti-Ille gal Logging Operations
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           Conducted by the Regio nal Special Operatio ns Group, CY 2011
III   17   Locations of Riv er/Streambank Stabilization/Rehabilit ation

III   18   Sample of Table of Description of Delineated and Assessed Areas in Quezon
III   19   List of Identified and Assessed Critical Habit at, CY 2011
III   20   List of Established Monitoring Sites for Bio diversit y Monitoring Sit es, CY 2011
III   21   List of Eco-tourism Projects Assessed, CY 2011
III   22   List of Wildlife-Related Permits Issued, CY 2011
III   23   List of Permit tees Issued with Local Transport Permits, CY 2011

III   24   List of Permit tees Validated/Inspected
III   25   List of Sub-projects within Kanan-Agos River Basin
           Schedules of Various ICM Workshops and Writeshops for Municipalities of Pagbilao,
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           Catanauan, General Luna, M ulanay and Sariaya, Quezon
                                       LIST OF TABLES
           Schedules of Various ICM Workshops and Writeshops for Municipalities of Pagbilao,
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           Catanauan, General Luna, M ulanay and Sariaya, Quezon

III   27   Data Categories Encoded for IIMS
III   28   Mangrove Areas Rehabilitated, CY 2011

           Sites, Participants and Volume of Garbage Collected During the Internatio nal
III   29
           Coastal Clean-up, CY 2011
III   30   Bamboo Stands Surveyed within the Province of Laguna
           Basic Description of Quezon Protected Landscape (QPL) In Malicboy, Pagbilao,
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           Quezon

           Site and Species Descriptio n for Seed Orchard Establishment in Malicboy, Quezon,
III   32
           CY 2011

           Basic Descriptions of Potential Watershed for Riparian Zone Experimental Plot
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           Establishment, CY 2011
III   34   Status of Foreshore Areas within REGION IV-A
III   35   Length of Coastal and Marine Areas w ithin Region IV-A

III   36   Distribution of Patents Issued By Province of Type of Patent, CY 2011
           List of Trainings Conducted for DENR-REGION IV-A Officials and Rank and File
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           Employees, CY 2011

           Local and International Trainings and Scholarships Provided to DENR REGION IV-A
III   38
           Personnel, CY 2011

V     1    Forest Management

V     2    Land Management
V     3    Protected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management
V     4    Ecosystem Research and Development
V     5    General Administration and Supervision
V     6    Support to Operation
VI    1    Forest Management

VI    2    Land Management
VI    3    Protected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management
VI    4    Ecosystem Research and Development
VI    5    General Administration and Supervision

VI    6    Support to Operation
VII   1    Patent Processing and Issuance for CY 2011-2014
VII   2    Public Land Surveys for CY 2011-2014
VII   3    Residential Free Patent Issuance for cy 2011-2014

VII   4    Land Administration and Management System Implementation for CY 2011-2016
VII   5    Cadastral Survey for CY 2011-2013
                                    LIST OF FIGURES
II    1    Map Show ing the Locatio n of REGION IV-A

II    2    Map Show ing the Clim atic Type of CALABARZON

II    3    Monthly Monitoring of Air Qualit y in Terms of TSP Concentration

II    4    Map Show ing g Groundwater Availability wit hin CALABARZON

II    5    Map Show ing Land Susceptibility within CALABARZON

II    6    Map Show ing Boundary of Verde Island Passage

III   1    Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) of Imus River

III   2    Dissolved Oxygen Concentration of Imus River

III   3    Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) of Ylang-Ylang River

III   4    Dissolved Oxygen of Ylang-Ylang River

III   5    Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) of Cañas River

III   6    Dissolved Oxygen of Cañas River

III   7    Map Show ing Naval Reservation for Development Under NGP in Cavite

III   8    Map Show ing River side Portion of Siniloan, Laguna for development under NGP

           Map Show ing Portion of Roadside along Tayabas-Mauban, Quezon for
III   9
           Development under NGP

III   10   Map Show ing Portion of Streambank in Tanay, Rizal for Rehabilitatio n under NGP

III   11   Map Show ing Portion of Lobo, Batangas for Develo pment under NGP

III   12   Maps Showing the 6.62 kilometers Assessed and Delineated Area in San Narciso,
III   13   Quezon, CY 2011

III   14
           Map Show ing the Topography of RADT 2 Assessed Area in Infanta, Quezon
III   15

III   16   Map Show ing the Assessed and Delineated Forestland In CALABARZON Region

III   17   Proposed Zoning Map of ICM Tayabas Region

III   18   Map Show ing the Boundary of Pagbilao Marine Fish Sanctuary

III   19   Map Show ing the Flood Susceptibility Map of Ternate, Kawit and Cavite City

III   20   Image of Region IV-A Database of Bamboo Stands

III   21   GIS-based Maps of Bamboo Stands in the Province of Laguna

III   22   Ex perimental Design for Provenance Study

III   23   Comparativ e Revenue Collectio n (CY 2010 and CY 2011) by Province

III   24   Comparativ e Revenue Collectio n (CY 2010 and CY 2011) by Sector

IV    1    DENR Logical Framework
                                         LIST OF ANNEXES
III   1     List of I ndust ries Monit ored For Env ironment al Compliance, CY 2011

III   2a    Final Result for CBFM No. 25031, Liliw , Laguna

      2b                                    w
            Locat ion of CBFM 25015 (Mt. Vie U pland Farmers Associat ion, I nc., Brgy. Nasi, Rosario)

            List of Applicat ion Processed for t he Ex tract ion/Ut ilizat ion of Forest lands and Forest
III   3
            Resources, CY 2011

III   4     List of Permit s I ssued under Forest Management Services , CY 2011

III   5     List of Permit s Monit ored under Forest Management Serv ices, CY 2011

III   6     List of MOA’s Forged in Support t o Nat ional Greening Program, CY 2011

            List of LGU ’s, NGA’s, ot her ent it ies coordinat ed/provided w it h Technical Assist ance under
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            Forest Management Serv ices, CY 2011.

III   8     List of 2-Year Old Plant at ions Maint ained and Prot ect ed, CY 2011

III   9     List of 3-Year Old Plant at ions Maint ained and Prot ect ed, CY 2011

III   10    Apprehended/Seized and Confiscat ed Forest Products, CY 2011

III   11    Apprehended/Seized and Confiscat ed conv ey ances, Tools and Equipment , CY 2011

III   12    List of Cases Filed Against Forest Violators, CY 2011

III   13    List of Beneficiaries of Donat ed Confiscat ed Forest Products, CY 2011

            List of rev iew ed CBFMA Holders w it h Communit y Resources Management Framew ork
III   14
            (CRMF), CY 2011.

III   15    CBFM CARP Project s, CY 2011

III   16    Forest land Boundary Accomplishment CY2001 t o CY 2011

III   17a   Map Show ing t he Non-Conforming t o Forest land Areas (Bat angas)

      17b   Map Show ing t he Non-Conforming t o Forest land Areas (Cavit e)

      17c   Map Show ing t he Non-Conforming t o Forest land Areas (Quezon).

      17d   Map Show ing t he Non-Conforming t o Forest land Areas (Laguna).

      17e   Map Show ing t he Non-Conforming t o Forest land Areas (Rizal).

III   18a   Sample Draft Bill– t he final Bill w as ready for ev aluat ion of NADC. (Quezon Prov ince)

      18b   Sample Draft Bill– t he final Bill w as ready for ev aluat ion of NADC. (Cav it e Prov ince)

      18c   Sample Draft Bill– t he final Bill w as ready for ev aluat ion of NADC. (Laguna Prov ince)

      18d   Sample Draft Bill– t he final Bill w as ready for ev aluat ion of NADC. (Bat angas Province)

      18e   Sample Draft Bill– t he final Bill w as ready for ev aluat ion of NADC. (Rizal Prov ince)

III   19    List of Prot ect ed Areas w it h Prot ect ed Area Management Board (PAMB), CY 2011

III   20    List of Prot ect ed Areas pat rolled for t his y ear.

III   21    List of W et lands Monit ored For Av ian Flue Prot ection Program, CY 2011

III   22    List of Marine Turt le Taggi ng and Releasing Sit es

III   23    Area plant ed w it hin Prot ect ed Areas under Prot ect ed Area Management , CY 2011.

III   24    List of Cases Filed, CY 2011.
                                          LIST OF ANNEXES
III    25   List of School Sit es for I ssuance of Special Pat ent s, CY 2011

III    26   Draft Proclamat ions/Special Pat ent s Submit t ed t o Region Office, CY 2011

III    27   List of Land Disput es/Cases I nv est igat ed and Resolved, CY 2011

III    28   List of Foreshore Cont ract s Processed and Appraised, CY 2011

III    29   List of Friar Land Applicat ions Processed and I ssued/Endorsed to Region Office, CY 2011

III    30   Summary of Rev enue Collect ion for CY 2011

III    31   List of Legal Advice and Assist ance t o DENR REGI ON I V-A Employ ees and Officials, CY 2011

III    32   List of I nt erlocut ory Orders, CY 2011

III    33   List of Final Draft / Decision/Orders Prepared, CY 2011

            List of Att endees/Part icipant s t o t he NATIONAL GREENI NG PROGRAM, CALABARZON
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            REGI ON CONSU LTATI VE SUMMI T, May 19, 2011

III    35   List of I EC Mat erials Produced and Dist ribut e, CY 2011

III    36   List of Local Broadcast Aired by DENR, REGION IV-A, CY 2011

III    37   List of Press/Photo Rele ases Published in Print/Media by DENR REGION IV-A

            List of Lectures /Seminar Conducted and Provided by DENR Region IV-A to
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            Clienteles, CY 2011

III    39   List of News/Articles Posted on DENR Websit e, CY 2011

III    40   List of Consortium Member Agencies (CM A’s)

Jobs Generation under Forest Management Services

Jobs Generation under Protected Areas, Wildlife, and Coastal Zone management Services

Status of Cadastral Survey
                                       CY 2011 A   ua Rep rt DE R CA ABAR                  Regi

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
   This Report show s the overall performance       of the Region for CY 2011. It also
manifests the Region’s compliance and full support to the plans and programs of
P resident Benigno S. Aquino, III, to wit: Reporma T ungo sa Matuwid n a Daan;
improved conservation, protection, and rehabilitation of natural resources; improved
environmental quality for a cleaner and healthier environment; and enhanced resilience
of natural systems and improved adaptive capacities of human communities to cope
with environmental hazards, including climate-related risks (Philippine Development
Plan: 2011-2016).

   With more than 1,600 DENR personnel regionwide and allocation of around PhP
420 million, the DENR-REGION IV-A regional office, together with its five (5) P ENROs
and 10 CENROs, undertook their mission as the driving force in the pursuit of
sustainable ENR management tow ards achievement of the following Priority Reform
Agenda of Secretary Ramon JP. P aje: Clean Air, Clean Water and Solid Waste
Management, Resource Conservation, P rotection, and Productivity Enhancement,
Enhanced Revenues from Natural Resources, Climate Change Adaptation and
Mitigation and Good Governance. Highlights of accomplishments were the following:

   1. Cl ean Air

       Through the continuous efforts of the EMB and DENR field offices in
   CALABARZON, 57 industrial firms w ere monitored to ensure their compliance to
   environmental standards. With the implementation of Linis-Hangin at Bantay-
   T ambutso P rograms, vehicles were tested and P rivate Emission Testing Centers
   (P ET C’s) were likewise monitored.

   2. Cl ean W ater and Solid W aste M anagement

      Cognizant with the 2nd agenda of the Secretary P aje, several programs were
   implemented in the Region preserve and/or revive the quality of its w ater
   resources. These programs include Adopt-a-estero, Sagip-Ilog and the T oxic
   Substances and Solid Waste Management. As a result, 16 Notice of Violations
   (NOV) were issued to non-complying firms; 13 MOAs forged with different
   industries/companies; w ater quality information of four (4) river bodies monitored
   and information were made available (Imus, Cañas, Ylang-Ylang, and P ansipit
   Rivers) and 27 firms using the chemical subject to Chemical Control Orders and 5
   industries/firms as hazardous w aste generators were registered. The 6 Local
   Government Units (LGU’s) in the provinces of Laguna, Quezon, and Batangas were
   assisted for the establishment of Material Recovery Facilities (MRF’s) and 14
   sanitary landfills were monitored, 7 are operated by LGU’s, 5 by private companies,
   2 under P ublic-Private P artnership.

      In celebration of Earth Day, Wetland Month, World Water Day, and Month of
   Ocean, the Region together with its field offices spearheaded and participated in
   cleaning-up of rivers and barangays that resulted to a MOA signed between DENR
   and LGU of Noveleta for the cleaning of Calero River, Sapa, Naic River, and Ylang-
   Ylang River in Cavite; Hinulugang-taktak and Sitio Waw a, Santiago Baras in Rizal;
   Caw ayan and Kinanliman Rivers in Real, Quezon; lakeshore area in P alingon,
   Sampiruhan, Linga in Calamba City, Laguna; Brgy. Madulao, Catanauan, Quezon;
   and Brgy. Dalahican, Lucena City, Quezon. More than 2,000 cu.m. of cigarette
   butts, lighters, filter tops, cans, bottles, clothing, shoes, plastic w rappers, plastic
   sachets and bags, among other w aste materials were collected in these areas.

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CY 2011 A     ua Rep rt DE R CA ABAR         Regi

           In support to the cleaning of T aal Lake, a total of 757 fish cages/pens have
     been dismantled through the conduct of 109 operations in the municipalities of
     T alisay, Laurel, San Nicolas and Agoncillo.

        In compliance to the continuing mandamus issued by the Supreme Court to
     clean, preserve, and restore Manila Bay, activities undertaken by the Manila Bay
     Coordinating Office-Site Management Office (MBCO-SMO) in the Region resulted to
     the data basing and making available the quality information on coastlines within
     the provinces of Cavite and the planting of 10,000 propagules of Rhizophora species
     in Kawit, Cavite as part of the habitat restoration component. Continuous
     coordination with concerned agencies has been undertaken by the SMO to ensure
     their participation in cleaning the Manila Bay area.

     3. Resource Protection, Conservation, and Productivity Enhancement

          With the continuous management and protection of forestlands and forest
     resources within CALABARZON,           a total of 380,278 hectares of untenured
     forestlands region-wide were protected through foot patrol and conduct of pre-
     emptive measures by Forest Rangers assigned in their respective patrol sectors
     with the assistance of deputy forest officers such as military, police, and concerned
     civilian volunteers. T heir vigilance resulted to the confiscation 1,369.06 cubic
     meters of major forest products: 1,038.07 cubic meters of logs/poles, 325.55 cubic
     meters of lumber/flitch, 3.76 cubic meters of Kasco/Banca hull and 1.69 cubic
     meters semi-finished forest products with an estimated gross value of Php
     13,432,247.89 and 53 units of conveyances with a gross valued of Php
     9,970,000.00. Likewise confiscated w ere 34.5 cu.m, 848 sacks and 700 plastic/
     repack of charcoal w ith a value of P hp 147,400.00, 50 unit of tools and
     equipments; 8 units of bandsaw/circular saw, 4 units of chainsaw , 10 units
     electric motor/diesel engine, 3 units of table planer, and 25 units of other tools
     with a gross value of Php 642,000.00.

          In the implementation of the National Greening P rogram, 5,903 hectares of
     open and denuded forestlands, stream banks and roadside were planted to 3,514,
     500 seedlings by 68,182 volunteers. The Clonal facilities in Brgy. Malicboy
     P agbilao Quezon with a capacity of more or less 300,000 seedling and the
     Regional Nursery and Training Facility in Brgy. Lamot, Calauan, Laguna with a
     capacity of more or less 1M seedlings were rehabilitated and maintained to ensure
     that quality planting materials are available year round.

         For the soil stability and w atershed rehabilitation, a total of 150 hectares w ere
     rehabilitated, including those accomplished under the P riority Development
     Assistance P rogram (PDAP ) of Congressmen being implemented in the provinces of
     Laguna, Quezon, and Rizal.

         In determining the final forestland boundary, a total of 354 kilometers w ere
     delineated, 1,057 kms. were assessed both in the province of Quezon which
     brought to completion the forest land-use assessment and boundary delineation .
     The Region’s forestlands with a total of 570,913 hectares per latest Statistics will
     only be 443,158 hectares, an 8% decrease should the bill be pass by Congress.
     Also, the draft bills of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon were all
     completed and ready for evaluation by the National Assessment and Delineation
     Committee (NADC).

         For the conservation and management of Protected Areas and wildlife
     resources and preservation of biological diversity, 4 critical habitat w as assessed in
     accordance with DMC 2007-02 located in the provinces of Batangas and Quezon;
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                                  CY 2011 A   ua Rep rt DE R CA ABAR                 Regi

2 P residential P roclamations for Protected Area was drafted; 2 management plans
were prepared and 8 P rotected Area Management Boards (PAMB’s) w ere created.
The 18 protected areas covering approximately 172,603 hectares were continuously
protected and patrolled from any illegal activities. T he latest proclaimed protected
are is the Upper Marikina River Basin which w as proclaimed on November 24,
2011 under P residential P roclamation 296. Likewise, the Wildlife Act has been
continuously implemented by the Sector concerned

    Also supportive to the 3rd priority agenda of Secretary P aje is the
implementation of Research Development and Extension P rograms by the research
sector. For the year under report, one (1) GIS-based map of bamboo stand in
Laguna w as prepared; 8 bamboo stands surveyed, 4 Pilot Plantations (2 for
Bamboo and 2 for Rattan) established; outplanted seedlings to the Demo Farm
were applied with mycorrhiza; three (3) hedge gardens, one (1) seed orchard
established; and one (1) provenance trial site established and lastly tw o (2)
technologies w ere assessed and recommended for adoption by the LGU.

    The Mining Industry Development P rogram also undertook activities in support
to the conservation and protection of our natural resources. For this year, 20
mining contracts/permittees were approved, 26 existing Mine Rehabilitation Fund
Committees were operationalized; and 24 mining/audit mining/processing firms
were also monitored in terms of compliance to Mine Safety and Health Standards,
Annual Environmental P rotection and Enhancement Program (AEP EP ) and Social
Development and Management P rograms implementation.

    In support to the NGP , partners in the mining industry had produced a total of
43,038 seedlings planted and/or donated to LGUs public schools and other
stakeholders.

4. Enhanced Revenues from Natural Resources

    For the period of January to December 2011, strict implementation of policies
under the Forest Management Services, Land Management Services, and Protected
Area and Wildlife Management Services resulted to a revenue collection of PhP
21,010,960.

     T o further enhance collection of taxes, expeditious processing and issuance of
patents, foreshore leases, and patrimonial property contracts are being done. As a
result, 6,650.2977 hectares with 11,829 lots w ere distributed in the form of
Miscellaneous Sales or Free P atents; 6,206.8706 hectares of public lands have been
surveyed. T his surveyed area consists of 6,815 lots; 58 cases w ere decided and
resolved; endorsed forty-one (41) applications of foreshore areas processed and
appraised within the provinces of Batangas, Cavite, and Quezon; and issued deeds/
lease contracts to forty-one (41) applicants for the management of patrimonial
properties; and 624 previously established reference monuments recovered in
Quezon and 400 control points established, 200 each for Batangas and Quezon.

     The Implementation of Mineral Investment P rogram on the other hand,
continued the identification and advancement of mining investment opportunities.
For this year, 4 Mineral P rocessing P ermits (MPP ) were issued, 5 Industrial Sand
and Gravel P ermits (ISAG) w ere also issued, and 139 pending mining tenement
applications were acted upon.



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CY 2011 A     ua Rep rt DE R CA ABAR        Regi

     5. Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

        Upholding the principle of protecting the climate system for the benefit of
     humankind by contributing to the stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations
     in the atmosphere and building of local resilience to climate change-related
     disasters, the implementation of the National Greening P rogram, Protection of
     Forestlands, Mangrove, and P rotected Ares w ere considered as measures in
     mitigating further impact of climate change. On the other hand, the provision of
     necessary geological data and scientific information on geological and other
     natural hazards in support of the National Government’s Disaster Risk Reduction
     Management P rogram, the conduct of series of w orkshops/trainings/seminars/
     lectures on Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation to different stakeholders,
     and the implementation of Executive Order No. 533 “Adopting Integrated Coastal
     Man agement as a Nation al Strategy to Ensure the Sustain able Develop ment of the
     Country’s Coastal and Marine Environment and Resources and Establishing
     Supporting Mechanisms for Its Implementation” w ere all considered as measures in
     adapting to changing climatic conditions.

     6. Good Governance

         Good Governance is one of the preconditions in the attainment of the
     immediate expected outputs for this year, more so for sustainable development.
     There are number of specific results of operations mentioned in this Report that
     manifest support and compliance to existing law s, rules and regulations,
     promotion of justice and transparency, and improvement of delivery of service to
     the public through involvement of various stakeholders/entities, to wit: one (1)
     Memorandum issued to all personnel dated August 4, 2011 entitled Bew are of
     Any Illegal Office T ransactions and Illegal undertakings in Dealing with DENR
     Clienteles; 44 DENR personnel capacitated in the conduct of T ransformational
     Leadership Training during the 2nd Regional Management Conference; an Anti-
     Corruption P lan for the whole region prepared and consolidated. Also, pertinent
     information on how to avail of DENR services (implementation of DENR Citizen’s
     Charter) posted in all offices; 67 Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) are
     continuously operating in regional and field offices; provision of legal assistance,
     wherein 24 final draft of resolutions/orders/decisions, 52 interlocutory orders
     were prepared and 24 legal opinions and 200 cases were reviewed and evaluated
     for DENR Region IV-A officials.

         For the enhancement of skills and improve quality of service delivery to the
     public, several trainings were conducted and coordinated for DENR personnel
     down to the field level, 7 employees were endorsed and granted local and
     international scholarships and trainings, office clean-ups, Wellness and Fitness
     P rograms, and DENR-REGION IV-A 3rd Family Day were celebrated.

        T o deny the loot of illegal loggers and timber poachers, more than 50
     primary and secondary schools and local government units benefited from the
     confiscated logs that were converted/manufactured into school chairs and tables.

         The Execution of Supreme Court ruling on Hacienda de Calatagan has resulted
     to the submission to the Court of 200 titles or 234.17 hectares for cancellation.

        Moreover, the change in the administration during the last quarter of this
     year , wherein Director Nilo B. T amoria w as designated as Regional Executive
     Director for DENR-NCR and Director Reynulfo A. Juan for DENR Region IV-A w as
     considered part of the continuing organizational development tow ards a more
     responsive, efficient, and effective public service delivery by the DENR Region IV-A
     and NCR public servants/government employees.


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Cross-Cutting Programs/Projects/Activities

   The following programs/projects/activities conducted by the DENR-REGION IV-
A were considered supportive of more than one, if not all the Priority Reform
Agenda of the Secretary:

   DENR Region IV-A National Greening P rogram Summit (NGP ) at Yazaki T orres,
   Calamba City, Laguna on May 19, 2011participated by 202 individuals wherein
   production of 1,219,700 seedlings and planting within 267.77 hectares
   commitments were gathered

   Database Management under the Support Services, Forestry, and Land Sectors


   The Densification of Philippine Reference System      of 1992 also known as the
   P RS ’92 that aims to solve overlapping boundaries,   land disputes/conflicts, and
   other land problems/issues of the country and         also envisioned to support
   sustainable management and development of              Environment and Natural
   Resources.

   Management Effectiveness Assessment wherein P rotected Area Management
   Boards (PAMB’s) were assessed in terms of their efficiency and effectiveness in
   managing P A’s using the Management Effectiveness T racking T ool method;

   Aw areness and Advocacy through series of Lectures/Seminars/Training to
   Stakeholders wherein more than 1,400 students/individuals were trained,
   informed and educated on recent ENR-related events, programs and policies
   (Executive Order No. 23 or the Moratorium on Cutting within Residuals and
   Natural Forests, EO 26 or the National Greening Program, and DA-DENR-DAR
   Convergence Initiative); distribution of IEC materials, wherein more than 2,000
   copies of technical and popular materials were produced and distributed by the
   region and field offices; exhibits wherein DENR P olicies, Programs, and
   Accomplishments were show cased in different colleges/universities within the
   Region; airing/radio broadcasting and press releases wherein more than 20
   airtime of local br oadc as t on DENR pr ogr ams, pr ojec ts and successes were
   conducted; and IEC to 36 municipalities in the province of Quezon on the
   results of 1:50,000 geologic hazard maps preparation

   P rovision of T echnical Assistances, wherein more than 100 different entities
   (LGU’s.NGA’s/individuals/organizations and schools) were provided with ENR-
   related technical assistances (Urban Forestry and T rees in Each and Every
   School Programs) and in the conduct of Resource Assessment of Coastal and
   Marine Areas and Consultation Workshop on the establishment of marine
   protected area, participatory ICM planning w riteshop and preparation of
   Coastal Strategy Framew ork and Marine Waters Zoning P lans;

   Support Activities to National Greening P rogram conducted by the research
   sector;

   Gender and Development mainstreaming, wherein participation of w omen in
   various DENR services are given emphasis and importance.

   Youth Desk Activities, wherein DENR Region IV-A Youth Desk is continuously
   undertaking activities to meet the needs of its youth constituents for
   information and active participation as caretakers and guardians of the
   environment.

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        First Regional Small Scale Mining Summit for MGB IV-A (CALABARZON
        Region) , wherein the participants w ere updated on the latest developments
        regarding the legal and technical aspects of small-scale mining operations in
        the Region;

        Several MOA’s were forged during the implementation of various programs and
        projects for the reduction of w ater pollution, greening efforts, and coastal and
        marine rehabilitation,

        Conduct of Regional Management Conferences and Meetings of DENR Region
        IV-A Officials

     Attainment of Targets: Hindrances and Facilitating Factors
           Among other major targets per approved CY 2011 WFP for the Region, the
     total target for plantation establishment w as not fully accomplished.

           On the other hand, several programs and projects with fund support from the
     DENR central office were implemented and targets were accomplished. T hese were
     as follow s: 1) Community-based Forest Management Program amounting tp PhP
     1.250M; 2) Hiring of Bantay-Gubat and Forest Extension Offices amounting to PhP
     2M; 3) P riority Development Assistance P rogram (support to NGP ) amounting to
     PhP 21M; 4) P atent Issuance amounting to P hP 9.174M ; 5) Densification of P RS
     ‘92 amounting to PhP 14.4M; 6) Support to Dismantling operations within T aal
     Lake amounting to PhP 2.5M; 7) Enforcement of Environmental Law within REINA
     amounting to PhP 2.207M; 8) Support to the Implementation of Operational Plan
     for Manila Bay Coastal Str ategy (OP MBCS) amounting to P hP 5.7M; 9)
     Development and Rehabilitation of Marikina Watershed Reservation amounting to
     PhP 3.790M; 10) Development and Rehabilitation of Mts. Banahaw -San Cristobal
     P rotected Landscape amounting to PhP 2.459M; and 11) Management of Coastal
     and Marine Resources amounting to P hP 1.870M. The release of these funds
     greatly contributed to the attainment of priority projects, which w ere not funded
     under the regular budget of the Region.
          Among other factors that directly affected the timeliness, quantity, and
     quality of Region’s outputs in general are categorized as follows:

                      Physical Manpower

                           1. Inadequate number of personnel (both regional and field offices
                              levels); and

                           2. Physical incapability to partake in forest patrolling             and
                              monitoring and supervision of activities in the upland

                      Logistic Factors

                           1. Inadequate vehicles to facilitate activities at the field offices; and

                           2. Limited funds      specifically in support to intensive         forest
                              protection.




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            T echnical Matters/P olicy Concerns

            National Greening P rogram:

              1. Failure in the delivery of required number of seedlings by the
                 Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau (ERDB);

              2. Delay in the delivery of planting materials by the contractors;
                 and

              3. Low quality and inappropriate species delivered, which in turn
                 delays the planting schedule aw aiting for replacement of
                 rejected ones.

            Land Distribution P rogram (P atent Issuance)

              1. Low aw areness of the public on Residential Free P atent Act or
                 the Republic Act No. 10023 entitled
              2. Difficulty in securing Requisite Certification from the Municipal
                 Planning and Development Council and Assessors Office
              3. “High Cost” and tedious processing of titles at the Register of
                 Deeds
              4. Difficulty in securing certification from the Land Registration
                 Authority

      On the other hand, the completion of sectoral target activities have been
facilitated through the following:

      1. Funding support and trainings provided by the Central and Region
         offices;
      2. Intensified monitoring and supervision by the management through the
         conduct of Quarterly Regional Management Conferences, Executive
         Committee Meetings, and field validation;

      3. Continuous operation of the newly created Calatagan T echnical
         Committee as tasked to update land titles within the Hacienda de
         Calatagan found to be outside the coverage of Transfer of Certificate Title
         (T CT ) No. 722;
      4. Operation of the Technical Working Group and T ask Force for the
         resolution of high profile cases such as the Lungsod Silangan T own Site
         Reservation issue in the province of Rizal and the overlapping of titles in
         the City of T agaytay;

      5. Strict Compliance to/and Implementation of the DAO 2011-06
         P rescribing the Guidelines for the Implementation of P ublic Land T itling
         in P artnership with Local Government Units, wherein the DENR Region
         IV-A has been collaborating with the Foundation for Economic Freedom.
         Regionwide orientation is being conducted involving the Municipal/City
         Mayors, Local Planners and Assessors;

      6. Intensive P atent drive (conduct of IEC by barangays);


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            7. T echnical/Manpower assistance provided by the Region to the field
               offices in the implementation of major programs and projects

            8. P articipation and Cooperation from different government agencies, PNP /
               Military, Local Government Units, Private Sector (industries/companies),
               Non-Government Organizations;

            9. Establishment of more Netw ork and Linkages with OGA’s and Private
               Companies; and

            10.Commitment and dedication to w ork of all Staffs/P ersonnel of the
              regional and field offices.




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II. REGIONAL PROFILE
 Region       IV-A     is one of the prime regions of the Philippines which is also
designated as CALABARZON Region, an acronym taken from the names of its
provinces: CAvite, LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal, and QueZON.

 Physica a d S ci Ec                 ic Pr fi e
     Location and Political Subdivision

     The region is located in
 south-w estern part of Luzon,
 just south and east of Metro
 Manila, on the east by the
 Philippine Sea and Bicol
 Region, on the south by Verde
 Island P assage, and on the
 west by Luzon Sea. (Fig.II-1). It
 is practically accessible via all
 types of land transportation.

     CALABARZON consists of
 five     (5)     provinces,      23
 congressional       districts, 13
 cities, 129 municipalities, and
 4,011 barangays. The thirteen
 (13) cities of the region are:
 Cavite City (Cavite); T rece
 Martirez        City       (Cavite);
 T agaytay       City       (Cavite); Figure II-1. Map showing the location of REGION IV-A.
 Dasmariñas         City    (Cavite);
 Calamba City (Laguna); San P ablo City (Laguna); Sta. Rosa City (Laguna);
 Batangas City (Batangas); Lipa City (Batangas); T anauan City (Batangas); Antipolo
 City (Rizal); Lucena City (Quezon); and T ayabas City (Quezon). Quezon province
 has the most number of municipalities and barangays while Rizal province has the
 least. (T able II-1).
 T able II-1. Political Subdivisions of Region IV-A, CY 2011.
                                                            Number
   Province     Provincial Capital   Congressional
                                       Districts     Cities Municipalities Barangays
   Cavite      Trece Martirez City         7            4            19         829

   Laguna             Sta. Cruz            4            3            27         674

  Batangas       Batangas City             4            3            31        1,078

    Rizal        Antipolo City             4            1            13         188

   Q uezon           Lucena City           4            2            39        1,242

                       Total              23           13        129          4,011


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          Topography and Sl ope

         CALABARZON has varied land forms, consisting of flat coastal areas, upland
      interior areas of slightly moderate rolling or undulating plains and hills, and
      mountains. Almost sixty percent of the region’s land area has a slope ranging from
      0-18. Slope distribution by province is presented in T able II-2.
  T able II-2. Distribution of Slope Range by province (in hectare).

                                                                Strongl y
                           Level to      Gentl y Moderatel y                Steep hil l s Very steep
                                                               sl oping to
                            nearl y    sl oping to sl oping to              and moun- hill s and
       Province                                                  moder-                                  Total
                           l evel (0- undul ating rol ling (8-               tains (30- mountains
                                                               atel y steep
                              3%)         (3-8%)       18%)                     50%)        (>50%)
                                                                (18-30%)

  REGION                   248,356     189,330     531,583         47,658    215,538     390,396       1,622 ,861
   Batangas                 25,253       54,624     118,490        12,810     17,750       87,654        316,581
   Cavite                   26,603       30,438      40,330         7,644      6,154       17,586        128,755
   Laguna                   47,194       24,460      50,487        10,558     18,658       24,616        175,973
   Quezon                  141,976       73,360     289,044        16,314    139,026      210,940        870,660
   Rizal                     7,330        6,448      33,232           332     33,950       49,600        130,892
  % to Total
                             15%         12%          33%           3%         13%         24%           100%
  Land Area

      Source: NEDA-CALABARZON , Regional Physic al Fr ame work Plan .


         Batangas’ lands are mostly elevated; rolling hills, small low flat lands with
      scattered mountainous areas. Cavite province is characterized by rolling
      hinterlands punctuated by hills, with shoreland fronting Manila Bay at sea level,
      and rugged portion at the boundary of Batangas where Dos Picos mountains are
      located.

          Situated at the southern end of the province of Rizal, Laguna is considered as
      an inland province, as most of its northwestern portion is along Laguna de Bay. It
      is characterized with rugged terrain, from level to steep slope. The province of
      Quezon, on the other hand has a rugged terrain with few plains, valleys and
      sw amps. The undulating low lands along the coast are well drained. The province is
      very narrow, with average width of about 30 kilometers.

         Rizal province’s topography is a combination of valleys and mountains, with flat
      low -lying areas on the w estern portion, rugged ridges and rolling hills which form
      part of the Sierra Madre ranges in the eastern portion.

          Demography and Economic Profil e

          Based on 2007 Census of P opulation, CALABARZON now has 11.7 million
      residents, the largest in the country. It is the second most densely populated
      region with 709 people per square kilometer. Among the five provinces, Cavite has
      the biggest population, follow ed by Rizal province. In terms of population grow th
      rate, the region has 3.25% from the period of 2000-2007. The province of
      Batangas has an average population grow th rate of 2.29%, Cavite with 4.59% ,
      Laguna w ith 3.22%, Quezon has an average of 2.03%, and Rizal with 4.19% (T able
      II-3). As projected by the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB), it is
      expected that by year 2025, the population within Region IV-A w ill increase up to
      16 million.



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Tabl e II-3. Population and Population Growth Rate in CALABARZON from Year 2000-2007.
                                                                             POPULATION
        PROVINCE                  LAND AREA              POPULATION
                                                                            GROWTH RATE
REGION                         1,622 ,861                 11,757 ,755            3.25
CAVITE                            128,755                  2,856,765             4.59
LAGUNA                            175,973                  2,473,530             3.22
BATANGAS                          316,581                  2,245,869             2.29
RIZAL                             130,892                  2,298,691             2.03
QUEZON                            870,660                  1,882,900             4.19
Source: NSO CY 2007 Cen su s of Population.


    P er 2009 Gross Regional Domestic P roduct, CALABARZON’s economy suffered
a reversal of 1.6% in Year 2009 from a 1.9% grow th in Year 2008 as the Industry
and Agriculture, Fishery, and Forestry (AFF) sectors laid-out negative growth rates
while services decelerated. The largest share of the region’s economy in 2009 w as
from the Service sector with 42.9% , even higher than its share of 41.5% the
previous year. The share of the Industry sector, on the other hand, was 38.3% ,
low er than its previous share of 39.7 percent. The AFF’s share of 18.8% w as a
slight increase of its 18.7% share the previous year.

    Climate

    Intense variability in climate is currently being experienced all over the
country. As a general information, Region IV-A has all the four (4) types of climate:
T ype I-with tw o pronounced seasons, dry from November to April and wet during
the rest of the year; Type II-no dry season with a very pronounced rainfall from
November to April and w et during the rest of the year; T ype III-seasons are not
very pronounced, relatively dry from November to April and wet during the rest of
the year; and T ype IV-rainfall is more or less evenly distributed throughout the
year (Figure II-2) . The province of Cavite has tw o (2) distinct seasons: wet from
May to November and dry from December to April. Laguna is relatively dry from
November to April and wet during the rest of the year, specifically in the small
portion near the southern boundary. The eastern and southern portions of Laguna
province have no distinct season but with evenly distributed rainfall throughout
the year.




                     Figure II-2. Map showing the climatic type of CALABARZON.



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         The province of Batangas also has tw o (2) distinct seasons: dry from November
      to April and wet during the rest of the year. On the other hand, the province of
      Rizal is relatively dry from December to May and wet during the rest of the year.

         Quezon province has three (3) climatic types: no dry season with very
      pronounced rainfall from November to January and wet during the rest of the year;
      not very pronounced season and relatively dry from November to April and wet
      during the rest of the year; and more or less evenly distributed rainfall throughout
      the year.
      State f Regi ’s E R
         Over the years, efforts of the DENR Region IV-A are geared tow ards reduction of
      w ater and air pollution, zero w astes or w astes minimization, reforestation,
      biodiversity and coastal /marine resources conservation, good governance, and
      significant contribution to socio-economic development, poverty alleviation and
      hunger mitigation.

         Significant improvements and remaining threats and challenges facing the
      region are provided in this portion of the Annual Report.

         Environment

         ► On Air Quality

             It is the DENR’s mandate to ensure good condition of air relative to the
         requirement of all biotic species. There are three (3) classifications of sources of
         air pollution: a) stationary source-any building or immobile structure, facility or
         installation which emits or may emit any air pollutant; b) mobile source-any
         vehicle/machine propelled by or through oxidation or reduction reactions
         including combustion of carbon-based or other fuel, constructed and operated
         principally for the conveyance of persons or the transportation of property or
         goods that emit air pollutants as a         reaction product; and c) area source-
         relatively large areas of specific activities that generate significant amounts of
         air pollutants (DENR-EMB, 2009).

            Air pollution seems not to be a problem in the Region, except on few areas
         with industries, heavy vehicular traffic, and some open dumpsites.

            Under the Linis-Hangin P rogram, vehicles are being tested for emission. A
         number of establishments/industrial firms with Air P ollution Source
         Equipments (AP SE) are being inspected yearly. Also, more than 30 Private
         Emission T esting Centers (P ET C’s) are being monitored in close coordination
         with the Land T ransportation Office (LT O).

             Based on the 2009 National Air Quality Status Report of the EMB, from the
         period of 2004 to 2007, the T otal Suspended P articulates (T SP ) level,
         particularly in Cavite w as within the standard for ambient air quality, which is
         below 230 ug/Ncm and even experienced a decreasing trend: 84 ug/Ncm
         (2004); 62 ug/Ncm (2005); 59 ug/Ncm (2006); and 46 ug/Ncm (2007). In CY
         2010, there exist tw o (2) sampling stations for ambient air quality monitoring.
         These are located in Batangas City, Batangas and Lucena City in Quezon. The
         sampling station in Cavite back then w as damaged. The recorded T SP level in
         Batangas and Quezon were within the standard for ambient air quality. For
         Batangas, T SP is at its peak on January 2010 while Quezon is on July 2010
         (Figure II-3).

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        Figure II-3. Monthly Monitoring of Air Quality in terms of TSP Concentration.

Source: DAO 1990-34, DMC’s 2004-13, 2005-06, 2007-10, & 2009-01


Natural Resources

► Water Resources

   Water is an essential element of life. Every ecosystem depends on w ater for
survival. There are critical links in improving w ater resources management,
access to w ater supply and sanitation, poverty reduction, hunger mitigation,
improved health and education, gender equality and environmental
sustainability (NWRB, 2006).
    Rivers, Lakes. CALABARZON is endowed with abundant w ater resources. It
has nine (9) lakes, of which seven (7) are found in San P ablo City, Laguna: the
Bunot; Calibato; Mohicap; P alakpakin; P andin; Sampalok; and Yambu. Almost
12% of the total Lake area of these seven lakes is utilized for aquaculture. The
tw o (2) other lakes are Laguna and T aal Lakes. Laguna Lake is the country’s
largest lake with a total area of 3,813.2 sq km and is also one of the largest
lakes in Southeast Asia.

   P ursuant to DENR Administrative Order No. 1990-34 and in accordance
with the Manual of P rocedure for Water Classification, several rivers within the
Region w ere already evaluated and classified. T able II-4 provides for the lists of
evaluated and classified w ater bodies with corresponding descriptions of
classification.

   Several environmental reports revealed that the main source of w ater
pollution in the Region is domestic w astes. T o ensure that major w ater bodies
are in safe and satisfactory condition according to their best usage, seven (7)
lakes were assessed by the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) from
the period of 1996 to 2005 (see T able II-5).
    In support to the reduction of pollution within T aal Lake, dismantling of
illegal structures along the said Lake has started since CY 2009. The P ansipit
River has been cleared of all existing illegally established aquaculture
structures. In CY 2010, continuous inventory of existing aquacultures has
been conducted. It w as noted that there were 7,093 floating structures
(bamboo, steel, P VC) within municipalities of San Nicolas, T alisay, Laurel, and
Agoncillo in Batangas.


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      Table I I-4. Evaluate d and classifie d water bodie s within CALABARZON, CY 2011.

                                                                CLASSI FI CA-
                       RI VER                  PROVI NCE           TI ON                        BENEFI CI AL USE

                                                                                 Recreational Water Class I. For primary contact
                                                                                 recreation such as bathing, swimming, skin div-
      Pulonan River, Indang River           Cavite             Class B
                                                                                 ing, etc. (particularly those designated for tourism
                                                                                 purposes).

      Cañas River, Imus River, Labac-
      Balsahan River, Maragondon Ri ver;                                         Fishery Water for propagation and growth of fish
                                            Cavite
      Balite River,  Rio-grande Ri ver,                                          and other aquatic resources; Recreational Water
      Timalan River, Malaking Ilog                             Class C           Class II (boatings, etc.); Industrial Water Supply
                                                                                 Class I (for manufacturing processes after treat-
      Bolbok Ri ver,   Binambang-Molino                                          ment)
                                             Batangas
      River
      Quiapo River                           Quezon

      Table I I-5. Wate r Quality of se ve n (7) Lake s in San Pablo City, Laguna (1996-2005).
         NAME OF        Location (area cover-            Area       Depth (in
                                                                                           Water Quality Description
           LAKE                   age)                (hectare)      meter)
      Calibato         Barangay Sto. Ange l in            43           156        BOD me asureme nts we re within Class C
                       San Pablo City and                           (ave rage ) wate r crite ria for ( ave . of 7 and maximum
                       Brgys. Tala and Anti-                                      of 10 mg/L) but there is an incre asing
                       polo in Rizal, Laguna                                      tre nd in the te n-ye ar period indicating a
                                                                                  rise in the amount of organic matte r in
                                                                                  the lake ; in critical state
      Mohicap          Brgy. Sta. Catalina,             22.89           30        in critical state ; BOD conce ntration with
                       San Pablo City, Laguna                      (maximum) incre asing tre nd such that the le ve l at
                                                                                  2005 was already almost within the maxi-
                                                                                  mum limit; low le ve ls of COD; de sirable
                                                                                  DO le ve l of 5 mg/L attained only at the
                                                                                  surface of the lake
      Pandin           Barangay San Lore nzo,             24          61.75       one of the cleane st among the crate r lake s
                       San Pablo City, Laguna                      (maximum) of San Pablo City; pote ntial e co-tourism
                                                                                  site ; constantly me t the Class C crite rion;
                                                                                  COD with downward tre nd; low algal
                                                                                  counts (193 to 2,600 ce lls per ml from
                                                                                  1996 to 2005)
      Sampaloc         San Pablo City (City               104           27        BOD were within the se t crite rion for
                       prope r)                                    (maximum) Class C wate rs, with incre asing tre nd;
                                                                                  COD value s range d from 4 mg/L to 80
                                                                                  mg/L. (incre asing from 1996-2004 and
                                                                                  de cre ase d in 2005).; note d with ave rage of
                                                                                  4.25 tons fish/ha/yr productivity
      Yambo            Barangay Sulsugin in              30.5                     with be st wate r quality; me t Class C wate r
      (assessmen t     Nagcarlan and Baran-                                       crite ria (fishing water); BOD le ve l has
      period 2002-     gay San Lore nzo in San                                    bee n consiste ntly low with almost only 2
                       Pablo City, Laguna                                         mg/L average annually; COD with in-
      2005)
                                                                                  creasing tre nd (nitroge n, ammonia, phos-
                                                                                  phate ); incre asing tre nd in algal counts
      Bunot            San Pablo City (4.5 km            30.5           23        most critical; with high BOD value s e x-
                       away from city proper)                      (maximum) cee ding the Class C criterion; ade quate
                                                                                  DO available only at the surface of the
                                                                                  lake ; COD with increasing tre nd
                                                                                  (ammonia and phosphate )
      Palakpakin       Brgys. Bue nave ntura,           47.98     7.7 (ave rage ) BOD le ve ls within the criteria se t for
                       San Lore nzo, Dolore s,                                    Class C wate r ; improve d wate r quality is
                       San Pablo City                                             shown in the tre nd of COD for the 10-ye ar
                                                                                  pe riod since
                                                                                  de cre asing le ve ls are re ache d


            Also, during CY 2010, four (4) major rivers have undergone assessment
         under the Sagip-Ilog P rogram of the EMB: the Imus River; Cañas River; Ylang-
         Ylang River; and P ansipit River. These rivers were classified under the Class C
         category of w ater bodies. P er assessment, Imus and Ylang-Ylang Rivers were no
         longer suitable for fishery purposes and need immediate rehabilitation.



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    On the other hand, Cañas and P ansipit Rivers passed the criteria for Class
C in terms of BOD, DO, and pH concentrations. Under the Beach Watch
P rogram, it is unfortunate that all beaches monitored in CY 2010 within the
province of Cavite failed the standard fecal coliform requirement.

    Bays. There are also Bays in the region; the Manila Bay covering the
province Cavite; the Balayan and adjacent Bay in Batangas; Laguna de Bay
covering the province of Laguna and portions of Rizal; and the T ayabas Bay in
Quezon. Based on December 2010 Monthly Water Quality Report of LLDA,
there were improvements in the status of w ater quality within Central West,
East, Central, and Northern West portions of Laguna de Bay and within Bay,
T anay, and Morong Rivers. On the other hand, w orse cases were noted within
Marikina, Mangangate, T unasan, San Pedro, Cabuyao, San Cristobal, San
Juan Rivers, and Sapang Baho Rivers.

   Watersheds. T o date, there are fourteen (14) P roclaimed Watershed Forest
Reserve (see T able II-6) and tw enty-four (24) critical watersheds supporting the
National Irrigation System (NIS).

Table I I-6. Proclaime d Wate rshe d Fore st Re se rve s within CALABARZON, CY 2011.

   Province/Name of                                                      Presidential   Proclamation
                                           Location        Area (Has.)                                    Remarks
 Watershed Reservation                                                     Proc. No.        Date

Laguna                                                      11,164.71
        1. Malabanban            Sto. Ange l and San              394        82          06/26/99
           Cabunsod              Die go , San Pablo City
           Watershe d     For.
           Re s.

        2. Caliraya-Lumot        Pae te , Cavinti,          10,770.71        573         06/26/69       Unde r the
           Rive r WFR            Kalayaan, Lumban                                                       jurisdict ion
                                                                                                        of NAPOCOR

Que zon                                                       19,621

        1. Re al-Infanta WFR     Infanta                          384        158         02/13/67

        2. Polillo WFR           Polillo                          130        72          08/09/39

        3. Binahaan WFR          Pagbilao, Mauban                 465        735         05/29/91

        4. Panukulan WFR         Panukulan, Que zon               179        290         11/06/93

        5. Umiray Watershe d Ge n. Nakar, Que zon             16,723         264         09/28/93
           Re se rve

        6. Mulanay WFR           Mulanay, Que zon                  26        296         07/21/38
        7. Lope z WFR            Lope z, Que zon                  418        566         06/22/40

        8. Tibian-               Que zon                          280        295         07/21/38
           Damagandong
           WFR

        9. Calauag WFR           Calauag                          328        367         01/02/39
   10. Alabat WFR                Alabat                           688        156         09/18/87

Rizal                                                         54,116
        1. Marikina WFR          Antipolo, Montalban,         18,966        2480         01/29/86
                                 Tanay, and San Mate o

        2. Kaliwa Rive r Fore st Tanay                        35,150         573         07/28/69
           Re se rve

Total                                                       84,901.71




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          Figure II-4 below provides for the groundw ater availability within
       CALABARZON. P ortions that receive w ater from some of the Kanan and Infanta
       Watershed tributaries, specifically covering the municipality of Infanta, Quezon
       are characterized with extensive and highly productive aquifers while portions
       that receive w ater from w atershed areas covered by P roclamation 1636 and
       from some of Umiray, Kanan, Upper Marikina River Basin, P amitinan,
       Hinulugang T aktak, Masungi Rock, and other major w atershed tributaries
       covering municipalities of Rodriguez, Antipolo, San Mateo, Baras, T anay, P ililia,
       and Jala-jala in Rizal and T alim Island, Mauban and Atimonan in Quezon,
       Cuenca, Lipa, and Nasugbu in Batangas, Bay, Los Baños, and Victoria in
       Laguna municipalities have no significant groundw ater productivity.




                         Figure II-4. Map showing groundwate r availability within CALABARZON.


       ► Land

          Land is considered as the principal instrument in fostering social justice,
       development, provision of decent dwellings, and health conditions (UN, 1976).

          CALABARZON has a total land area of 1,622,861 hectares or 5.4% of the
       country’s total land area. P er available data, 64.82% is certified Alienable and
       Disposable, 33.88% is classified forest land, and 1.30% is unclassified
       forestland (T able II-7). As of CY 2010, more than 100,000 hectares have been
       distributed to qualified individuals for residential, commercial, and industrial
       purposes under the Land Distribution Program of the DENR.




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T able II-7. Land area and classification by province as of CY 2005 (in hectare).
                                                             Provinces
              Category                                                                                Total         %
                                     Batangas   Cavite        Laguna       Quezon        Rizal

Total Land A rea                     316,581    128,755       175,973      870,660      130,892      1,622,86      100.00
                                                                                                            1

  Certified A & D                     271,167   107,733        134,720      474,439      63,889      1,051,948       64.82

  T otal Forestland                    45,414    21,022         41,253      396,221      67,003       570,913        35.18

     Classified Forestland             37,691    16,875         38,978      389, 334     67,003       549, 881      33.88

       Established Forest Reserves          -            -       3,637       72,606      22,582         98,825           6.09

       Established Timberland          28,784    14,076         32,313      305, 721     43,857       424, 751      26.17

       National Parks & GRBS/WA         8,537            -       2,754        9,541              -      20,832           1.28

       Military and Naval Reserva-         51     2,799            274              -       564          3,688           0.23
       tions

       Civil Reservations                   -            -             -         28              -            28         0.00

       Fishponds                          319            -             -      1,438              -       1,757           0.11

     Unclassified Forests               7,723     4,147          2,275        6,887              -      21,032           1.30




     Land resource quality in the Region has been decreasing due to erosion,
  deforestation, and land conversion. Moreover, the changing w eather patterns
  during the past years have brought prolonged droughts and excessive rains.
  These certainly affect productivity of the land, including quality of surface
  w ater. Lower yields in crops and poor survival of plantations are to be
  expected.

      The Bureau
  of   Soils and
  W a t e r
  Man age me n t
  came up with
  L    a      n        d
  D e gr ad a ti on
  Assessment and
  identified       soil
  erosion hotspot
  covering a total
  of   238,153.84
  hectares within
  the Region. P er
  L an dsl i d e
  Sus c e p ti bi l i ty
  Map produced
  by the Decision
  an d     Supp or t
  Services Office
  (DSSO) of DENR
  Region IV-A in         Figure II-5. Map showing land susceptibility within CALABARZON.
  January of CY
  2011, large portion of Rizal is highly susceptible to landslide, while bigger
  portions of lands within Cavite and Batangas have low susceptibility (see


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        Figure II-5).
            Meanwhile, the Department of Agriculture -Bureau of Agricultural Statistics
        (DA-BAS) CY 2010 database provides a total of 438,673 hectares of land or 27%
        of the total land area of the Region are planted to coconut. Out of this, 74% is
        within the province of Quezon. The establishment of coconut plantations
        increased by 28% since 2005. With increasing trend, this could in turn limit
        the so-called ecological productivity of the land.

           The DENR Region IV-A is currently conducting an Inventory of CARP Scope
        (ICS) in order to come-up with the latest status of land within the Region. T his
        information will be very useful in the identification of potential sites for
        developmental and land management and distribution programs of the
        Department.

        ► Forests

           Forests are vital for the well-being of all living organisms. They serve as
        habitat for biodiversity and source of livelihood for human beings. It is not
        possible to mention in just few w ords the importance of forests in order to
        justify the need for their proper management.

            Forestlands cover a total of 570, 913 hectares or 35% of the total land area
        of the Region. The CY 2009 P hilippine Forestry Statistics provides that the total
        forest cover of the Region is 289,673 hectares, of which 56% is Open Forest,
        40% Closed/Broad-leaved, and 4% Mangrove Forest (T able II-8).
      T able II-8. Forest Cover within CALABARZO N as of CY 2003 (in hectare).

                                                           FOREST COVER

                                  WITHIN FORESTLAND                            WITHIN A & D
      PROVINCE                                                                                                  TOTAL
                          Cl osed                                     Cl osed
                                                 Man-
                          (Broad-       Open                Total     (Broad-    Open     Mangrove     Total
                                                 grove
                          l eaved)                                    l eaved)

       CALABAR-           112,441      106,949   5,237      224,627    4,721     54,216    6,109       65,046   289,673
         ZON
       Batangas                  305    1,866     191         2,362    1,927      9,515           95   11,537   13,899
       Cavite                -          4,103      -          4,103       -       1,336       298       1,634     5,737

       Laguna               1,189       6,952          -      8,141       19      8,045       -         8,064   16,205
       Que zon             102,144     81,807     5,046     188,997    2,775     33,796      5,622     42,193    31,190
       Rizal                 8,803     12,221       -        21,024       -      1,524            94    1,618   22,642



            Since 2001, a total of 5,769.67 hectares were already reforested under the
        Community-Based Forest Management, Soil Conservation and Watershed
        Management, P rotected Area Management, and Coastal and Marine Resources
        Management Programs of the Department . Meanwhile, a total of 37,743.91
        hectares or 7% of the total forestlands are under the management of various
        P eoples Organizations and Associations per issued tenurial instruments such
        as Community-based Forest Management Agreement (CBFMA), Socialized
        Industrial Forest Management Agreement (SIFMA), Industrial Forest
        Management Agreement (IFMA), P rivate Forest Development Agreement (P FDA),
        Forestland Grazing Management Agreement (FLGMA), T ree Farm Lease
        Agreement (T FLA), and Industrial Tree P lantation License Agreement (ITP LA).


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► Biodiversity

   " Biological diversit y" means the variability among living organisms from all
sources including, inter alia, terrestrial, marine and other aquatic ecosystems
and the ecological complexes of which they are part: this includes diversity
within species, betw een species and of ecosystems (UN-CBD, 1992). It plays an
important role in ecosystem functions and in the many services that
ecosystems provide such as w ater and nutrient cycling, soil formation and
retention, resistance against invasive/alien species, plant food production and
pollination, climate, including pests and pollution control. It enriches ones lives
in w ays that are not easy to quantify. Biodiversity loss is a significant issue not
just for scientists but also for planners and policy-makers.

    CALABARZON is a home to diverse flora and fauna. Some endemic species
that can be found in the region include the following: Philippine T eak (T ectona
philippinensis); Malabayabas (T ristanopsis decorticat a), Jade Vine (Strongylodon
macrobotrys), Maliputo (Caranx ignobilis), T aw ilis (Sardinella t awilis), and
Mouse-like mammal. Among the dominant forest tree species are Kamagong
(Diospyros blancoi), White Lauan (Shorea contorta), Red Lauan (Shorea
negrosensis), Guijo (Shorea guijo), and Pili (Canariu m ovatu m). A study
conducted by the Professional Environmental Management Company (P EMC) in
1995 revealed that there are 123 species of wildlife within the Region; (76)
birds; (21) reptiles; (16) mammals ; and (10) amphibians.

    In 2004, a total of 35 animal species w ere classified as threatened. As part
of ecosystem management and habitat restoration, nine (9) protected areas
covering a total of 104,997.85 hectares were already proclaimed as P rotected
Landscapes. T hese P A’s are being developed/reforested and monitored in terms
of the number of biodiversity species and occupants . As targeted in CY 2010,
Mts. P alay-P alay/Mataas na Gulod P rotected Landscape exhibited a decrease
in number of some wildlings of flora species. In Quezon Protected Landscape,
report revealed that there w as a significant increase in the number of wildlife
species as compared to CY 2009. More than 50% of some species emerged per
observation on established T ransect Routes.

      The Region is fortunate to
cover portions of the Verde
I s l an d P as s age Mar i n e
Bi odi ve r si ty Cons e rv ati on
Corridor, one of the richest
fishing grounds and top
tourist destinations in the
country (see Figure II-6). P er
s urv ey in 20 06, sev er al
c e t ac e an s p e c i e s w e r e
identified thriving in the area
w ith the Risso’s dolphin
(Grampus griseus) having the
highest number of sightings.
The following species w ere Figure II-6. Map showing boundary of Verde Island
al s o id e n ti fi e d : s pin ne r Passage.
dolphin (Stenella longirostris)
spotted dolphin (S. attenuata), bottlenose dolphin (T ursiops truncatus) and
Fraser’s dolphin (Lagenodelphis hosei). Skeletal remains of a stranded dw arf

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       sperm whale (Kogia sima) w ere also found which may indicate the presence of
       the species in the area (Conservation International). In its effort to properly
       manage and conserve this biodiversity hotspot, the DENR Region IV-A crafted
       and finalized a Verde Island P assage Marine Corridor Management Plan, for
       adoption by the concerned local government units (LGU’s). Moreover, the
       conduct of surveillance and inventory of illegal structures revealed that there
       were informal settlers (Badjaos from Mindanao), dumpsites, and proliferation of
       residential and commercial establishments in the area.

            The Region also Table II -9. Inve ntory of Se le cte d Fish Re se rve /Sanctuarie s within
       has varied and diverse CALABARZON.
       coastal resources that                                      AREA            STATUS         DOMI NANT
       p r ovid e f ood     an d      NAME/LOCATI ON                (has.)                          SPECI ES
       empl oyment f or         a
       major i ty     of     i t s 1. Marine Sanctuary/ Fish         6.18      Live Coral        non-
                                      Re se rve                                Cove r - 23-      Acropora
       populace. T able II-9          -Brgy Sinisian East                      30%
       provides the latest            Lemery, Batangas                         De ad Corals -
       inventory of coral reefs                                                62.50%

       in selected sanctuaries 2. Mulanay Marine                    20.00      Live Coral        Familie s
       and fi sh      re ser ve s     Sanctuary in Que zon                     Cove r -          Pomace ntrid
       within CALABARZON.                                                      52.88%            ae and
                                                                                                 Labridae
       The presence of coral
       reefs is vital to the
                                      Atimonan
       survival of fish and 4. Sanctuary Marine zon
                                                 in Que
                                                        Fish                   Live Coral
                                                                               Cove r -
                                                                                                  non-
                                                                                                 Acropora
       oth er       marin e                                                    53.24%
       creatures. Per DA-BAS
       database there is a relatively increasing trend in the aquaculture production
       from 2005 to 2010.

       ► Minerals

          The Region has a variety of mineral resources, both metallic and non-
       metallic. Among the metallic minerals are gold, copper, chromite, iron,
       manganese, and nickel while non-metallic includes andesite, basalt, clay,
       gravel, sand, marble, limestone, feldspar, and rock aggregates.

          As provided by the MGB-Region IV-A in 2008, Batangas province has the
       highest potential for copper ore, gold, lead, and clay. Moreover, Batangas is the
       only province with barite and gypsum. On the other hand, Rizal province
       reportedly has the highest potential in terms of iron, limestone, shale/silica,
       and concrete aggregate/sand gravel.

          The probability of occurrences of mineral deposits with economic potentials
       within Cavite is considered unlikely. The only mineral deposits of commercial
       value in the area are volcanic rocks such as basalt and andesite. Quezon
       province is the second highest in terms of availability of copper ore, gold, and
       limestone.

          As of July 2011, more than 30,000 hectares are being excavated for sand
       and gravel, and explored for gold, copper, silica, zinc, basalt, andesite,
       limestone, etc. content within Batangas, Rizal, Quezon, and Laguna provinces.




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III. ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR THE YEAR
     The DENR Region IV-A is undertaking several measures not solely to meet the
 targets as scheduled for CY 2011 but in active support and compliance to the
 P riority Reform Agenda of Secretary Ramon P aje.

 1. Cl ean Air

    Republic Act 8749, otherwise known as the Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999 is a
 comprehensive policy and program for air quality management in the country. It
 aims to achieve and maintain healthy air for all Filipinos.

     The Act lays down policies to control the spread of air pollution. It sets
 standards for vehicle owners and manufacturing plants to follow and imposes the
 appropriate punishments for violators of the law . It also outlines the different
 programs to be implemented by the government in order to manage and maintain
 air quality.

     With guiding principles of protecting and advancing the right of the people to a
 balanced and healthful ecology in accord with the rhythm and harmony of nature;
 promoting and protecting global environment while recognizing the primary
 responsibility of local government units to deal with environmental problems;
 recognize that the responsibility of cleaning the habitat and environment is
 primarily area-based; and recognizing that “pollutants must pay”, the EMB-
 CALABARZON together with the DENR field offices undertook necessary activities
 for the year that resulted to the following:
                                                      Table I II -1. List of ECC issue d per province
    ► 534     Environmental         Compliance
       Certificates (ECC’s) w ere issued out
                                                       Prov-          No. of ECC             Types of
       of 648 ECC applications under the               ince             issued               projects
       Environmental Impact Assessment.
                                                      Cavite               139                   19
       T able III-1 show s the breakdown of
       ECCs issued per province . Majority of         Laguna               142                   27
       the projects issued with ECCs are              Batan-                54                   18
       located in Cavite, Laguna and Rizal.           gas
       The types of projects that applied for         Rizal                145                   21
       ECC      i n cl ud e   th e   f oll ow in g:   Quezon                54                   17
       subdivision, manufacturing, poultry,
       piggery,     gasoline,     manufacturing       Total                534                  102
       plant, telecommunications, mining/
       quarry, etc.

    ► Four (4) Notice of Viol ations (NOV) w ere issued to non-complying firms .
       These firms were called for technical conference and were required to submit
       compliance plans subject for regular monitoring to ensure that plans are
       implemented.

    ► 57 industries located within Ecologically Critical P rojects (ECP ’s) w ere
       monitored for environmental compliance. Majority of these are located in the
       provinces of Batangas and Laguna. (See Annex III-1 for the list)

    ► Private Emission Testing Centers w ere monitored and vehicl es w ere
       tested under the Bantay-T ambutso and Linis-Hangin P rograms.


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      2. Cl ean W ater and W aste M anagement

          Republic Act 9275, otherwise known as the Philippine Clean Water Act of 2004
      is a comprehensive policy and program for w ater quality management in the
      country. It aims to protect, preserve and revive the quality of our w ater resources.
      In compliance to its provisions, concerted efforts of the regional and provincial
      offices and other entities resulted to the following:

         ► A total of 16 Notice of Viol ations (NOV) w ere issued to non-complying
             firms. These firms w ere called for technical conference and w ere required to
             submit compliance plans subject for regular monitoring to ensure that plans
             are implemented.

         ► Adopt-a-estero Program aims to revive the quality of the creek or river by a
             joint venture/partnership betw een the Department of Environment and
             Natural Resources (DENR) through Environmental Management Bureau
             (EMB) and a private stakeholder as part of their corporate social
             responsibility. Under this, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) will be
             signed by the proponent and EMB. Under the agreement, the DENR,
             through the EMB, will undertake measures to reduce pollution in the area;
             include provision for technical assistance to the city government in
             establishing appropriate materials for the recovery facilities in their
             barangays; conduct environmental education and information activities for
             communities, leaders, and stakeholders; and facilitate action against
             violators of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act and the Clean Water
             Act. For this year, a total of 13 MOA’s w ere forged. Tabl e III-2 provides the
             list of proponents and their respective adopted creek and river with MOA
             signed for the said program.

               Tabl e III-2. List of Proponent with MOA signed for Adopt-a-estero Program.
                                 Creek/River                                    Proponent
               Labuyo Creek – Cavite                           Cleanway Technology Corporation
               Kay Sipot Langho Creek – Rizal                  The Rapid City Realty & Development Cor-
                                                               poration
               Ylang-Ylang River (Downstream) - Cavite        Pollution Control Association of the Philip-
                                                              pines (PCAPI) – Region IV Chapter


               Brgy. Bucana to Sasahan, Nasugbu Creek -       Consolidated Distillers of the Far East
               Batangas
               SIlang River - Cavite                          RMM En terprises, Inc.
               Palico-Lian River (Downstream) - Batangas      Absolut Distillers, Inc.

               Ylang – Ylang River (Upstream) - Cavite        CleanHaul Environmental Services, Inc

               Area C to Area F Creek (Imus River) – Cavite   Tau Gamma Phi, Inc.

               Cañas River – Cavite                           Solvetech Consultancy, Inc.
               Creek within IWMI area - Cavite                Integrated Waste Management Inc.

               Cañas River – (Downstream)                     Jorm Tr ading Inc.

               Kaylangho-Kaysipot Creek                       Brgy. Inarawan, Antipolo City
               Kaybibit Creek                                 Brgy. Cupang, Antipolo City
               Portion of Wawa River                          Brgy. San Rafael, Rodriguez, Rizal



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► Sagip-Il og Program: Under this program, four (4) river bodies are regularly
   monitored by the EMB-CALABARZON in terms of biochemical oxygen
   demand concentration, dissolved oxygen concentration, pH and other w ater
   quality assessment parameters.

      Imus River: Imus River started north of T agaytay passing Balite,
      Sabutan, Biga, Silang, P alapala, Dasmariñas P asong Bayog passing
      Salitran, Baluctot, Anabu II & Anabu I going to T anzang Luma, P alico,
      Imus dow n to Salinas and Mabolo, Bacoor tow ard drainage. It has a
      total length of 38.4 kilometers and drained at the Manila Bay. This river
      is primarily used as floodw ay.

      Similar to other rivers traversing the urban center and/or thickly
      populated areas, the w ater quality of the river is observed to be
      physically deteriorated due to industrial effluents, domestic sew age,
      garbage disposal, and other site development projects. River
      rehabilitation w as also initiated by the Sagip Ilog Cavite Council;
      how ever, funds and close cooperation of the residents/stakeholders are
      still needed to ensure its mission.




     *DLSU- Dasmariñas bridge




          As per DENR Memorandum Circular No 13, series of 2004, Imus
       River w as classified as Class C w aters after series of w ater quality
       testing, assessment, and public hearing. Class C w ater is designed for
       Recreation Water Class II (for boating), Industrial Water Supply (after
       treatment), and Fishery Water.




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                      Based from the results of analysis, the data were noted as follows:

                      ⇒     Biochemical Oxygen Demand. Average BOD of all stations do not
                            met the criteria for Cl ass C as stipulated in DAO No. 34, series
                            of 1990. (See figure below ).




                                   Figure III-1. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) o f Imus River.


                      ⇒     Dissolved Oxygen. Stations 1 (Island Cove), 2 (Imus Bridge) and 6
                            (DLSU Bridge) had average D.O. concentration below the
                            minimum of 5 mg/L as stipulated in DAO No. 34, series of 1990.
                            (Figure III-2).




                                     Figure III-2. Dissolved Oxygen concentration o f Imus River.


                          The results of    analyses revealed that selected stations in Imus
                          River call for    immediate action/ rehabilitation. However, this
                          effort must be    made with strong support among its stakeholders
                          including local   government particularly at the barangay level.

                          One of the noted problems is the indiscriminate dumping of
                          household solid w astes in these rivers. Houses along riverbanks
                          were also noted; domestic/municipal w astew ater finds its way to
                          rivers. In view of these, ecological solid w aste management must
                          be strengthened in the local level. Information and education
                          campaign must also be continued. Holistic appropriation of fund
                          to intensify w ater quality monitoring activities should also be
                          considered by the Environmental Management Bureau.

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Ylang-Ylang River: Ylang-Ylang River is located in Cavite at 14-24-30
latitude, 120-54-20 longitude. It starts from San Jose, Dasmariñas
converging San Juan River at Bacao. It has a maximum drainage area of
60 kilometers. This intermittent river is basically used as floodw ay and
point of w astewater discharges both from industrial and commercial
establishments. The river traverses the municipalities of Noveleta, Imus,
and Dasmariñas; however, its main w atershed starts from portion of
Silang.

Based on the DENR Memorandum Circular No 13, series of 2004, the
Ylang-ylang River w as classified as Class C w aters after series of w ater
quality testing, assessment, and public hearing. Class C w ater is
designed for Recreation Water Class II (for boating), Industrial Water
Supply (after treatment), and Fishery Water.

P er analysis of data, the following results were noted:

⇒ Biochemical    Oxygen Demand. The biochemical oxygen demand
   concentration of Station 3 (Dasmariñas Bridge) and 4 (Alangylang
   Bridge) had value above the maximum criterion for Class C River
   as stated in DAO 34, series of 1990. (See Figure below ).




         Figure III-3. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) o f Ylang-Yl ang River.
⇒ Dissolved Oxygen. Station 1(Noveleta Bridge), 3 (Dasmariñas Bridge)
   and 4 (Alang-Ilang Bridge) had concentration bel ow the minimum of
   5 mg/L as per DAO 34, series of 1990.




                  Figure III-4. Dissolved Oxygen of Ylang-Yl ang River.

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                 The w ater quality of Ylang-Ylang River requires immediate action of all
                 stakeholders. It should be a top priority of the local government in
                 coordination with the DENR and stakeholders.

                 Ecological solid w aste management must be strengthened in the local
                 level because one of the sources of pollution is coming from solid w aste
                 disposal.

                 Intensive monitoring is still needed for DENR staff. Follow -up monitoring
                 shall be conducted by this Office. In the same w ay, monitoring of
                 dischargers upstream of Station 4 (Alang Ilang Bridge) and down stream
                 of Station 5 shall be given priority.

                 Cañas River: This river has thirty eight and 9/10 (38.9) kilometer-length
                 and drains into Manila Bay. Tw o major contributory sources both in
                 T agaytay are the following: from Kaybagal T agaytay pasing Loma,
                 Amadeo going to P olanan River, San Agustin, Gregorio Osorio, Lucbana,
                 Conchu, Inocencio, T rece Martirez City, Alingaro, General Trias, passing
                 P alubluban River, Santol, Bucal to Julugan, T anza; Two (2) From
                 T agaytay going to Salabanan, Amadeo, Balagbag, Mahabang Kahoy,
                 Limbon, Alulod, Indang and connect to P aradahan, T anza; and three (3)
                 other tributaries are found in Buna Lejos, Limbon connecting to Alulod.




                  Paradahan bridge a) upstream and b) downstream, Tejero bridge c) upstream and d)
                  downstream, Julugan bridge e) upstream and f) downstream


                 Surface w aters generally exhibit some coloration, high turbidity, and
                 abundance of suspended materials, more so during rainy season. May to
                 October is the wet season in the province while November to April is
                 relatively is relatively dry season. Yearly mean temperature is 27.8
                 degree Celcius. The main sources of pollution of w ater resources are
                 discharges from domestic and industrial w astew ater. The other
                 identifiable sources, relatively less extensive but still significant, are
                 farm w aste, land drainage, surface w ater from urban area, litter,
                 leachate from refuse and atmospheric disposition.




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As per DENR Memorandum Circular No 13, series of 2004, the said river
w as classified as Class C w aters after series of w ater quality testing,
assessment, and public hearing. Class C w ater is designed for
Recreation Water Class II (for boating), Industrial Water Supply (after
treatment), and Fishery Water.

Based from the results of analysis, the data were noted as follows:

⇒ Biochemical Oxygen Demand. All Stations passed the criteria for
   Class C as stipulated in DAO No. 34, series of 1990.




        Figure III-5. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) o f Cañas River.

⇒ Dissolved Oxygen.     The average D.O. concentration passed the
   Standards for Class C. Rivers as stipulated in DAO No. 34, series of
   1990. There were Samples taken from station 3 P aradahan Bridge
   and Station 1 Julugan Bridge with concentrations that failed to meet
   the minimum requirement of D.O. Class C Rivers.




          Figure III-6. Dissolved Oxygen concentration o f Cañas River.

   One of the noted problems is the indiscriminate dumping of
   household solid w astes in these rivers. Houses along riverbanks
   were also noted; domestic/municipal w astew ater finds its w ay to
   rivers. In view of these, ecological solid w aste management must be
   strengthened in the local level. Information and education campaign
   must also be continued. Holistic appropriation of fund to intensify
   w ater quality monitoring activities should also be considered by the
   Environmental Management Bureau.
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       ► Toxic Substance and W aste Management:

            Chemicals, whether occurring in nature, or manufactured in laboratories,
            are the heart of any industrialized society. Chemicals and chemical
            substances, ranging from pharmaceutical to agricultural chemicals to
            different applications in homes, businesses and industries, have
            contributed tow ard improving living conditions and prolonging human life.

                 Chemical Control Orders Table III-3. List of Firms re gistere d using che micals subje ct
                                                   to CCO, CY 2011.
                 (CCO) are guidelines that                           Name of the Establishments
                 prohibit, limit or regulate Te am Ene rgy
                 the use, manufac ture, Ce ntral Azucarera don Pe dro
                 import, export, transport, YTMI Re alty Spe cial Economic Zone
                                                   Rohm Me chte ch Phils., Inc. (Ame ndme nt)
                 p r oc e s s i n g, s to r a ge , Ce ntral Azucarera don Pe dro
                 possessi on ,             a n d De s Miche ls Corporation
                 wholesale of those priority Agility Solutions, Inc.
                 che mic al s th at D ENR Yu Jin Optical Ele ctronics
                 d e te r mi n e d to          b e Pilip inas She ll Pe trole um Corp. (Cyaide )
                                                   Safe co Environme ntal Se rvice s
                 regulated, phased-out, or Ele mate c Phils.
                 banned because of the House Te chnology Industrie s Pte . Ltd.
                 serious risks they pose to ACS Mfg. Corp.
                 public health, workplace, Pacific Rare Spe cialty
                 a n d e n v i r o n m e n t . JX Nippon Mining & Me tals Phils., Inc.
                                                   Enomoto Phils. Mfg., Inc.
                 Moreover, there are five Yo-Zuri Phils., Inc.
                 chemicals with Chemical SK Industry
                 Control Order, namely; Ushio Phils., Inc.
                 a s b e s t o s , c y a n i d e , Sakamoto Orie nt Che micals
                 mercury, Ozone Depleting Automate d Te chnology Phils.
                                                   Nagase Phils. Int'l Service s
                 Substances (ODS), and Toyota Motor Phils. Corp.
                 P CBs. This year, a total of Yutaka Mfg. Phils.
                 2 7 firms regis tered Asia Brewe ry Inc. (mercury)
                 us i n g the ch e mi c als Asia Brewe ry Inc. (Asbe stos)
                 subject to CCO. T able III-
                 3 provides the list of the said establishments.

            A total of 75 industries/firms w ere registered as hazardous w aste
            generators. Only three (3) hospital s applied as hazardous w aste
            generators. Majority of the firms are located in Laguna and Batangas. (See
            T able III-4).

       ► Ecol ogical Solid W aste M anagement: Republic Act 9003 otherwise known
            as the Ecological            Table III-4 . Distribution of waste ge ne rators within CALABARZON, CY
            Solid           W as te                                        2011.
            Management Act of                    Province          Firms           Hospitals            Total
            2000 provides for           Cavite                      14                 -                 14
            w aste reduction at
                                        Laguna                      33                 -                 33
            source, segregation
            at      s o ur c e  f or    Batangas                    17                2                  19
            recovery              of
            r e u s a b l e s ,         Rizal                        4                1                  5
            r e c yc l abl e s and
            c o mp o s table s,         Quezon                       4                 -                 4

            s e g r e g a t e d
                                        Total                       72                3                  75
            tr an s p or tati on ,
            storage, tr ansfer,

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   processing, treatment and disposal of solid w astes and all other w aste
   management activities in manners that do not harm the environment. The
   Act specifically states the role of LGU in Solid Waste Management. P ursuant
   to the relevant provisions of RA 7160 otherwise known as the Local
   Government Code, the LGUs shall be primarily responsible for the
   implementation and enforcement of the provisions of RA 9003 within their
   respective jurisdiction.

   Section 37 of the Act prohibits the use of open dumps or solid w aste. It
   specifically states that “No open dumps shall be established and operated ,
   nor any practice or disposal of solid w aste by any person, including LGUs,
   which constitutes the use of open dumps for solid w aste, be allowed after
   the affectivity of this Act: P rovided that within three years after the
   affectivity of this Act , every LGU shall convert its open dumps into
   controlled dumps, in accordance with the guidelines set in Section 41 of
   this Act: P rovided further, that no controlled dumps shall be allowed five (5)
   years following affectivity of this Act.

   Considering the premises mentioned, the following technical assistances
   w as provided by EMB-CALABARZON to the LGU’s within its jurisdiction.

      A total of six (6) LGUs w ere                  Table I II -5-.List of Local Gove rnme nt Units
                                                     assiste d in the e stablishme nt of MRF’s, CY 2011.
      assisted in the establishment of
      Materials     Recovery    Facilities             PROVI NCE                             LGU
      (MRF’s). The LGU’s w ere advised
      to   divide the facility into                                         Pagsanjan, Laguna
      compartments and label with                         Laguna
                                                                            Pakil, Laguna
      signages of the type of w astes to
                                                                            Brgy. Dagatan, Dolore s,
      be stored or recycled. Likewise, it                                   Que zon
      w as recommended to construct a
      c omp os ting   f acility if    the                                   Brgy. Cagsiay I, Mauban,
                                                          Que zon           Que zon
      municipality generates many bio-
      degradable w astes. T able III-5                                      Brgy. Daungan, Mauban,
      shows the list of LGUs that w ere                                     Que zon

      assisted in the establishment of               Batangas               Nasugbu, Batangas
      their Barangay or Municipal
      MRF.

      F ou r t e en         ( 14)     Table III- 6. List of Operating Sanitary Landfill within CALABARZON, C Y
                                      2011.
      operational Sanitary             Prov-                     Sanitary Landfill                    Operated by
                                       ince
      L an df il l s     ( SL F s )
                                                  Pilotage Trading and Construction Corp.           private
      monitored. Out of this,                     Kalayaan Integrated Solid Waste Management        municipality
                                                  Sub-project
      7 are operated by the           Laguna
                                                  San Pablo City Conventional Sanitary Landfill     municipality
      muni cip ali ty, 5 ar e                    Suri Waste Management and Disposal Services       private
      operated by a private                      Morong Engineered Sanitary Landfill               private
      company and 2 are                Rizal     Rizal Provincial Sanitary Landfill                private
                                                 San Mateo Sanitary Landfill                       private
      jointly operated by the                    Batangas City Landfill Project with Waste         municipality and
      host municipality and a                    Reduction Facility                                private
                                                 Cuenca Sanitary Landfill Project                  municipality
      p ri v ate s tak eh ol de r .   Batan-
                                                 Bauan Landfill Project                            municipality
                                      gas
      (See T able III-6).                        Category 1 Sanitary Landfill project              municipality and
                                                                                                   private
                                                 Taysan Solid Waste Management Inc                 municipality
                                                 Municipal Sanitary Landfill project               municipality
                                      Quezon
                                                 Sanitary Landfill (Category 1) project            municipality


The DENR Region IV-A also conducted several activities in support to cleaning
the w ater bodies within the Region that resulted to the follow ing:
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       ► Cal ero River cl eaned-up through a signed M OA betw een the DENR-Cavite
            and the municipality of Noveleta, participated by more or less 240
            volunteers (students from National College of Science and Technology,
            barangay officials and residents) last February 5, 2011 in line with Wetland
            Month Celebration.

       ► Sapa, Naic River cl eaned-up last March 25, 2011 wherein the municipal
            employees of Naic, Eco-Aides, Barangay officials, and residents actively
            participated in line with the World Water Day Celebration.

       ► Yl ang-Yl ang River cl eaned-up last April 29, 2011 stretching the perimeter
            of First Cavite Industrial Estate P roperty at Langkaan, Dasmariñas, Cavite,
            in celebration of Earth Day.

       ► Sitio W aw a, Santiago Baras, Rizal cl eaned-up last March 23, 2011.
            Tilapia Seeding w as also conducted and spearheaded by RED Nilo T amoria,
            mayor Wilfredo C. Robles, FARMC Chairman Armando Flores and P ENRO
            Ray Crisostomo

       ► Hinulugang-Taktak         cl eaned-
            up last March 26, 2011
            p ar ticip ate d by    P ENRO/
            CEN RO        Empl oyee s   and
            stakeholders from Brgy. Sta.
            Cruz

       ► Caw ayanan and Kinanliman
            Rivers (Brgy. P oblacion 1,
            Real,   Quezon) cl eaned-up
            last March 25 and 26,
            respectively, in celebration of
            World Water Day.

       ► W i th          cl ose
            mon i to ri n g
            being conducted
            by the PASU
            Office and with
            support of the
            I n te r - A ge n c y
            T ask Force, 109
            operations were
            con ducted
            w i thi n       th e
            mun i ci p ali ti e s
            of      T al i s a y ,
            L au r e l ,    San
            N i c ol as     an d
            A gon c il l o.     A
            total of 757 fish
            cages/pens had
            alr e ad y     bee n
            d i s m an tl e d
            through        these
            operations.

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   Along with the activities undertaken in dismantling operations, monitoring
   and patrolling of aquaculture structures and other activities within T aal
   Volcano P rotected Landscape (T VPL) were also conducted. As a result, 7,093
   aquaculture structures w ere recorded/inventories w ithin the municipalities
   of T alisay, Laurel, San Nicolas and Agoncillo, Batangas.

  On the other hand, Information, Education and Communication (IEC)
  campaigns on Solid Waste Management thru trainings were conducted by
  the CENROs Batangas City and Calaca in the municipalities of Mataas na
  Kahoy, Laurel, Agoncillo, San Nicolas, T alisay, Cuenca, Alitagtag and Sta.
  T eresita, Batangas. Said trainings w ere attended by the concerned Brgy.
  Captains and representatives from LGU and other government agencies.

► Palingon, Sampiruhan, Lingan Coastal
  area cl eaned-up: A total of six hundred
  twenty four (624) volunteers coming
  from the Office of the P rovincial
  Governor of Laguna, Barangay LGUs,
  DILG Laguna, PNP Laguna, students
  from 12 different colleges/ universities
  of   Lagun a,    Eco-W aste      Coalition,
  Greenpeace P hils., DENR Regional
  Office, P ENRO Laguna and CENRO Los
  Banos were present. As such, as per
  Eco-Waste Coalition, a total of one
  hundred tw enty one (121) sacks or a
  volume of one thousand seven hundred fifty five (1,755 cu.m. ) of
  cigarette butts, lighters, filter tips, cans, bottles, clothing, shoes, wrappers,
  sachets and plastic bags w ere coll ected, therein.

   Hon. Jeorge “ER” Ejercito Estrada, Laguna Governor supported the activity
   encouraging the participants to be the (Laguna) Lake Warriors to clean and
   preserve Laguna Lake which, at present, has a depth of only 2.5 meters
   from its original 12 meters depth. Likewise, Greenpeace T oxic’s Beau
   Beacongis urged everyone to practice w aste segregation.

► For the province of Cavite, a total on one hundred eighty seven (187)
   volunteers from La Salle Greenhills (70), P ENRO Cavite (17), CENRO T rece
   Martirez (18), MBCO-SMO4 (7), PNP Maritime Cavite & T anza ( 12), DENR
   RIVA Regional Office (9), Mines and Geosciences Bureau RIVA (6), and Brgy.
   LGUs & MENRO T anza (48) w ere able to collect a total of one hundred forty
   six and a half (146.5) sacks of garbage.

► A total of nine hundred thirty tw o (932) kil os of garbage w ere accumulated
   through the joint-efforts of the nine hundred thirty tw o (932) volunteers
   from CENRO Catanuan, SK, students from Manuel S. Enverga University
   Foundation (MSEUF), SLSU & parochial schools, PNP Catanuan and LGU
   Catanauan in Brgy. Madulao, Catanauan, Quezon.

► Tw o hundred fifty (250) kil os of garbage w ere coll ected by one hundred
   twelve (112) volunteers who are mostly from DENR, 4th Light Armor Brigade
   of the Philippine Army, PG-ENRO Quezon II, PNP Maritime, and residents of
   Brgy. Dalahican were collected in De Mesa Area, Brgy.Dalahican, Lucena
   City on 23 September 2011. RED Nilo B. T amoria, CESE inspired the
   group by his message and by joining the group.

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       ► Support to the Impl ementation of Operational Pl an for M anil a Bay
            Coastal Strategy

            In compliance to the continuing mandamus issued by the Supreme Court,
            the DENR– CALABARZON, NCR, and Region III offices, together with other
            public and private entities are constantly collaborating for the cleaning,
            restoration, and preservation of Manila Bay. For this year, the Region
            accomplished the following activities:

            (From Continuing Fund of CY 2010):

                 Sea Water Quality Monitoring in 8 sampling stations (Bacoor, Lido
                 Beach, Villamar I, San Isidro, Celebrity Resort, Garden Coast, Costa
                 Eugenia, and Villa Criselda) covering 9.5-kilometer coastline. The results
                 revealed that the beaches w ithin Cavite failed to meet the DAO 34
                 criteria for T otal and Fecal Coliform Standard Criteria. The Station 1 in
                 Bacoor area also, did not meet the criteria for Dissolved Oxygen.

                 LGU’s in Cavite were informed through meetings and w orkshops insofar
                 as the result is concerned for them to take action and formulate
                 cooperative efforts to control the discharges to Manila Bay.

                 River-Water Quality Monitoring

                 Cañas River

                 For Cañas River which has thirty eight and 9/10 (38.9) kilometer-length,
                 main sources of its pollution are discharges from the domestic and
                 industrial w astew ater, lesser but still significant – farm w astes, land
                 drainage, surface w ater from urban areas , litter, leachate from refused
                 and atmospheric disposition.

                 From the three (3) sampling stations (Station 1 - Julugan Waw a Hanging
                 Bridge, Station 2 - Tejero Bridge and Station 3 - P aradahan Bridge),
                 Stations 1 and 2 exceeded the Chlorine levels for Class C rivers while the
                 other and remaining parameters are still within the standards of DAO
                 34.

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Imus River

Imus River started north of T agaytay passing Balite, Sabutan, Biga,
Silang, P alapala, Dasmariñas, P asong Bayog, Salitran, Baluctot, Anabu I
and II, T anzang LUma, P alico, Imus, Salinas, Mabolo, Bacoor and
draining to Manila Bay, is primarily used as a floodw ay. Using the same
methodology and parameters, Imus River calls for an immediate action/
rehabilitation. Noted main source of pollution, therein, is the
indiscriminate dumping of household w astes (houses are lined in the
riverbanks) in this river.

Ylang-Ylang River

With a latitude of 14-24-30 and longtitude of 120-54-20, this
intermittent river is basically used as floodw ay and point of w astew ater
discharges both from industrial and commercial establishments. It has a
maximum drainage area of 60 kilometers. Using same methods and
parameters, five (5) stations (Noveleta Bridge, Bacao0Alapan hanging
Bridge, Dasmariñas Bridge, Alang-Ilang Bridge, and Lucsuhin Bridge)
were sampled.

Analyses revealed that Station 4 show ed increase in BOD (550 mg/L)
and DO of Stations 1 & 4 exhibited concentrations below 5mg/L.
Station 4 also exhibited high mean values regarding Color (this station is
near the discharge point of First Cavite Industrial Estate (FCIE). Station
1 also exceeds (continuously) the maximum criteria for Chlorides.
Station 5, how ever, passed the criteria for Phosphate.

Habitat and Resources Rehabilitation And Restoration

A total of ten thousand (10,000) Rhizophora propagules were planted in
this area last 19 August 2011. Strengthening the partnership with other
mandated agencies and other non-government groups, a total of five
hundred ninety four (594) registered representatives from the following
were present on this endeavor . (See T able III-7).
  Table III-7. List of Participants in the re habilitation of mangrove in Kawit, Cavite , CY 2011

                    PARTI CI PATED AGENCI ES                           NO. OF VOLUNTEERS
  15TH Strike Wing, Phil. Air Force                                               44
  BFP Cavite                                                                      35
  BJMP Cavite                                                                    117
  DENR SMO4                                                                       26
  DI LG RI VA                                                                     14
  LGU Kaw it                                                                      73
  MBCO                                                                            19
  P/ CENRO Cavite                                                                 9
  PCG                                                                             90
  PCG Auxilliary                                                                  56
  Provincial Off ice/ PG-ENRO Cavite                                              22
  PNP Cavite                                                                      89
  TOTAL                                                                          594


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                 P artnership and Governance

                 Setting up of the Regional Integrated Information Management System
                 (RIIMS)

                 For continuous and more efficient service, a set of computer w as
                 purchased to be used as server. A server or host is a program that w orks
                 as a socket listener to serve the requirements of other programs. It also
                 allows to create netw orks, follow up and do your daily exchange of data.
                 It covers data protection and support as it offers a replicate for other
                 programs.

                 As of this date, there are a total of el even thousand eighty nine
                 (11,089) data gathered and processed for SMO4 IIMS. (See T able III-8)
                     Table III-8 Distribution of data update d/e ncode d in the Inte grate d Information
                     Manage me nt System (IIMS), CY 2011.



                                      Category                                    Records

                     Re gional Code s, Data Code s and Ge ospa-                     2,133
                     tial Data
                     Biological and Biore source Data                               1,454

                     Social and Economic Data                                       1,531

                     De mographic Data                                              1,712

                     Gove rnance Data                                                 3
                     Pollution Source s Data                                        3,065

                     Environme nt Quality                                           1,186

                     Natural and Cultural Heritage                                    5
                     TOTAL                                                         11,089




                 Data Generation

                 In preparation and support to the Rehabilitation Plan for Manila Bay, a
                 total of fifty four thematic maps for mangroves, forestlands, fisheries,
                 soi l      an d     er osi on ,     mi n ed -o u t      are as    an d
                 architectural/archeological/historical sites were prepared

                 Critical Habitat and Resources Rehabilitation

                 The critical habitats w ere assessed and site for resources rehabilitation
                 w as identified. Coordination and courtesy calls were conducted with the
                 Local Chief Executive of Kaw it, together with his Municipal Planning and
                 Development Coordinator and the P resident of the Association of
                 Barangay Captains as primary step for this activity. Tree species
                 including their height, crown diameter, dbh, basal area, frequency,
                 relative frequency, relative density, relative dominance, importance
                 value, as w ell as condition of the habitats/ areas among others, were
                 counted, measured and computed.


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         Mangroves

         From the three (3) barangays covered the said assessment, there are
         still 29.17 ha. of mangroves still available in the area. Some are
         sparsely vegetated, some areas has mono-stand species of Avicennia
         marin a and officialis. Numerous regenerations were observed.
         However, massive destruction of mangroves w as also noticed. Cutting
         of trees and conversion into fishponds were observed along the
         riverbanks of the mangrove areas.




Mangroves of Kawit



         Beach T ypes, Mudflats and Fishponds

         There are 131.18 hectares of
         mudflats assessed in Kawit. The
         mudflats served as the gleaning
         ar e a   f or    cr us tac e ans    an d
         shellfishes for local communities
         and habitat of avifauna and
         feeding      ground      of    endemic
         migratory birds, wherein different
         kind of birds were noticed as
         inhabiting and occupying the area
         as apparent by nests and shelters.
         P roductive fishponds were likewise
         observ ed      in    Kaw it     (251.74
         hectares).



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            (From Current Fund—CY 2011)

                 P artnership with LGU or Habitat Resources Enhancement

                 •     M emo ran du m
                       of    Agreement
                       (M OA) for the
                       protection and
                       moni toring of
                       the mangroves
                       p l an t e d    in
                       Kaw i t, Cavi te
                       last 19 August
                       2011         w as
                       entered into by
                       and       betw een
                       RED Nilo B.
                       T amoria, an d
                       Mayor         Tik
                       Aguilando        of
                       Kaw it. Among
                       others who witnessed the signing w ere the seven       (7) coastal
                       barangays of Kawit represented by their each Barangay Captains.
                       P resent also were the Members of the Sangguniang Bayan headed by
                       the Hon. Gilbert V. Gandia, Kawit Vice-Mayor as well as Hon.
                       Gilbert Remulla, P rovincial Governor. For. J udaline A. Fabro,
                       MBCO Focal Person, PENRO Cavite presented the overview and
                       facilitated the said signing.

                 The formal endorsement of the MOA w as presented to the Sangguniang
                 Bayan of Kaw it for approval last September 5, 2011 at the Sangguniang
                 Bayan Session Hall, Kawit . A total of thirty-four (34) persons graced the
                 Special Session on this matter.

            •    Development of Coastal Land and Sea-Use Zoning Plan within Manila
                 Bay Region

                 A Writeshop on the Development of Land and Sea Use Zoning Plan for
                 the Province of Cavite w as conducted last 19-21 October 2011 in Oasis
                 Hotel and Restaurant, Brgy. Capipisa, T anza, Cavite. With the
                 representatives from eight (8) municipalities and (1) coastal city, each
                 w as requested to formulate/enumerate the regulatory schemes, existing
                 conditions, issues and problems. These are part and parcel in the
                 preparation of Coastal Use Zoning Plan (CUZP ).

                 For the preparation of respective municipal CLSU Plan, Naic w as first to
                 be scheduled, yet remaining LGUs showed enthusiasm and asserted to
                 be included in the programming. As such, schedule will be finalized by
                 the PG-ENRO to study the time frame so as to fit to all the municipalities
                 involved.

            Capacity Development

             •       P rovision of technical assistance to NGAs, P O's and LGUs


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A tw o day workshop/training in Strengthening the Capacity
Development of LGU’s in the Province of Cavite on Solid Waste
Management w as conducted last July 14-15, 2011 at the Splash
Mountain Resort and Hotel, National Highw ay, Los Banos, Laguna. The
training/w orkshop w as attended by ninety (90) participants from
DENR-MBCO-SMO4, National Solid Waste Commission, DENR RIVA-
CALABARZON and Local Government Units (LGUs) - Non-Coastal Cities/
Municipalities, Local Government Units (LGUs) – Coastal/Municipalities
of the P rovince of Cavite.

Mr. Raul T. Jardin, PDO III and Ms. Juvy Serafin, SRS II of NSWM –
Secretariat reported and discussed the “DENR Administrative Order No.
2006-09: Closure and Rehabilitation of Open and Controlled Dumpsites”
and “Establishment of Categorized SLF”, while MENRO Rommel Peneyra
of Carmona, Cavite shared the best practices on Solid Waste
Management of their municipality. Mr. Nhats Subilit presented the
“Bayong Mo Sagot P rogram” by Bayong T ek Livelihood Development” and
Ms. Ma. Delia Cristina M. Valdez of NSWMCS led the participants in the
guidelines of a ten-year plan. As a tool in preparation of a (10-year) Solid
Waste Management Plan (SWMP ), the Waste Assessment and
Characterization Study (WACS) w as presented by Maria Katrina L. Apaya
and assisted by Angelique Mei Idlao and Engr. Ruperto Arca.

As part of the Action Planning, the province clamored for the MBCO’s
assistance in another set of w orkshop in the preparation of respective
10-year SWM Plan.




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            •    Capacity Development T raining/ Workshop for the Local Government
                 Units (LGUs) of the P rovince of Cavite in the P reparedness and Response
                 for Oil Spill Contingency Plan w as conducted last 12-13 July 2011 at
                 Splash Mountain Resort and Hotel, National Highway, Los Banos,
                 Laguna.

                 The said activity w as participated by the representatives of the nine (9)
                 coastal municipalities of Cavite together with the PG-ENRO and PPDO.
                 The Marine Environmental P rotection Command of the P hilippine Coast
                 Guard (P CG) facilitated various topics, such as: Fundamentals of Oil
                 Spill: Fate of Oil Spill; Oil Spill Risks; Hazards to the Responders; Spill
                 Assessment; Environmental Impact Assessment; Containment &
                 P rotection Booming; Recovery Devices; Shoreline Clean-up; Waste
                 Management/ Disposal; T ermination of Response and Demobilization;
                 The National Oil Spill Contingency Plan; Contingency Planning; Incident
                 Command System; Spill Management Incident Action Planning; Claims
                 and Compensation

                 The P CG encouraged all the LGU’s present therein to have a separate
                 and respective seminar in each locality so as to have a wide array of
                 information in such kind of response.

            Conduct of several meetings with Department of Health, Department of
            Interior and Local Government

            •    The discussion evolved in the objectives of DOH in line with the
                 Operational Plan for Manila Bay Coastal Strategy (OP MBCS) with the
                 continuing Supreme Court’s Mandamus to Clean and Rehabilitate the
                 Manila Bay as well as matters on how to reduce/apprehend the illegal
                 sludge excavators in the region. There w ere presentations of other
                 government agencies’ Action Plans for Manila Bay so as to discuss how
                 to complement with each other’s activities as w ell as to be able to know
                 how and where to elicit additional funds.

            •    A    meeting conducted in
                 DingHao           Restaurant,
                 Calamba City on 13 J une
                 2011 w as headed by Josefina
                 Castillo-Go, DILG Regional
                 Director. T ogether with her
                 Assistant RD Ariel Iglesia,
                 (DILG) P rovincial Directors,
                 DILG Manila Bay Regional
                 T ask Group (MBRT G) for
                 Manila Bay, Dir. Go presented
                 their action plans     on the
                 conduct of the inventory and
                 inspection of the commercial
                 establishments, factories, and
                 private homes along the riverbanks and shorelines of Manila Bay
                 w atershed area. This is to gather baseline for the adequacy of
                 w astew ater treatment facilities/septic tanks within the Provinces of
                 Cavite, Laguna and Rizal.



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Levelling-off with LGU’s

•   Levelling-Off/Meeting with the Local Government Units (LGUs) in the
    P rovince of Rizal on the Manila Bay clean-up, Rehabilitation and
    P reservation P roject, 17 J une 2011, Eastern Manila Hotel and
    Training Center, Las Brisas Cpd., Ortigas Ave. Ext., Antipolo
    City;

•   Levelling-Off/Meeting
    w i th     th e    Local
    G ov e r n me n t U n i ts
    (LGUs) in the P rovince
    of L agun a on th e
    Manila Bay clean-up,
    Re h abi li tati on an d
    P reservation P roject,
    21     J une      20 11,
    S pla s h Mo unt a in
    Res ort,          Br g y.
    Lalakay, Los Baños, Laguna;

•   Levelling-Off/Meeting with      the Local
    Government Units (LGUs) in the P rovince of
    Cavite on the Manila Bay clean-up,
    Rehabilitation and Preservation P roject, 28
    J une 2011, Island Cove, Binakayan,
    Kawit Cavite.

Graced by Noel V. Gaerlan, Executive Director,
Manila Bay Control Office, the Manila Bay
video-presentation w as first aired during the
meeting in Cavite.


T raining/Workshop on the Strengthening of the Capacitation of LGUs on
Solid Waste Management (SWM)

Con d uc te d
on     21 -2 3
June 2011,
A n ge l i q u e
Mei      Idlao
and Maria
Kat ri n a
Apaya w ere
directed to
attend the
a b o v e -
me n ti on e d
training. This is in preparation to the Capacitation/Workshop for the
province of Cavite. As such, the existing law s on Solid Waste
Management as well as the Waste Analysis and Characterization Study
(WACS) and its advantages in the preparation of Solid Waste
Management Plan (SWMP ) were discussed.

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                 DENR Forum, Light Industry and Science P ark I, Brgy. Diezmo,
                 Cabuyao, Laguna

                 Engr. Rommel Alviar, P ollution Control Officer and LISP1 Representative
                 for Site Coordinating Council (SCC) for P rivate Industries of Laguna,
                 invited MBCO-SMO4 on their DENR Forum on 25 February 2011.
                 T ogether with Environment Management Bureau (EMB) Laguna, the
                 OP MBCS w as presented to the group of pollution control officers as well
                 as the template of the needed data for IIMS.

                 Orientation of River Basin Organization

                 T he abov e -men ti one d
                 ori en tati on      w as
                 conducted on 05 April
                 2011       at    Q ue e n
                 Margarette Hotel, Lucena
                 City, Quezon. With the
                 invited Association of
                 Barangay Captains (ABC)
                 P residents, MENROs and
                 MP D Cs fr om six (6 )
                 Municipalities, P eople’s
                 Organizations (P Os), P G-ENRO and PP DO Quezon, the State of
                 Philippine River Basin as well as State of River Basin in the Province of
                 Quezon w ere presented. Gracing the said event w ere RBCO Executive
                 Director Vicente B. T uddao, Jr., Ph.D. and Engr. Eugenio Diaz, also of
                 the RBCO who also discussed the said presentations. P articipatory
                 action planning ensued which w as facilitated by Arnulfo Z. Hernandez,
                 RT D FOR P rotected Areas, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management
                 Service (P AWCZMS). As an outputs of the action plan, the following were
                 also conducted:

                 •    Bio-Physical Assessment for Dumacaa-Iyam-T ayabas River Basin
                      (DIT RB)

                      Grabbing the opportunity of having On-the-Job T rainees (OJTs) from
                      South e r n      L uzon      State
                      U niv e rsi ty    (SL SU )    an d
                      Laguna State P olytechnic
                      University (LSP U), the above-
                      men tion ed       ac tivi ty  w as
                      pushed through on 14-20
                      May 2011 in the Lucban,
                      T ayabas and Lucena City, all
                      under the Mt. Banahaw -San
                      C r i s t o b al    P r ot ec te d
                      Landscape (MBSCPL).

                      Output of the assessment were presented and reported on 01 June
                      2011. Assessment parameters included habitat, physicochemical,
                      soil, w ater quality, vegetative cover, faunal, river, w ater depth, w ater
                      flow and coastal resources. Geographic Information Mapping w as
                      likewise undertaken


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•   Launching of Iyam and Dumacaa Rivers Resuscitation P rogram

    With the constant coordination with
    Lucena City LGU during the
    assessment particularly in their
    locality, the team w as invited to
    present the partial output of the
    DIT RB Assessment on 05 July 2011
    with Ofelia S. Garcia, City PDC and
    City ENRO facilitating the said event
    in Mug Café Restaurant, P acific Mall,
    Lucena City.

Capacitation T raining/Workshop for the Local Government Units (LGUs)
along T ayabas Bay for the Integrated Information System (IIMS)

Knowing the need of the province of
Quezon for the IIMS as requirement
f or   th e   In te gr ated   Coas tal
Management (ICM) scaling-up, the
P rovincial Government Environment
and Natural Resources Office of
Quezon (P G-ENRO Quezon) tapped
the DENR- P AWCZMS Coastal and
Marine      Man age men t     Division
(CMMD) and with the assistance of
the staff of the           Manila Bay
Coor d in atin g    Of fic e  –   Si te
Management Office, Region IVA-CALABARZON (MBCO-SMO4) during
the Workshop for the Integrated Information System (IIMS). This aimed
to orient the LGUs from Quezon particularly along ICM T ayabas Bay
Region including its P G-ENRO and PP DC, as well as the IIMS Focal
P ersons for DENR, DOH, DILG, DA-BFAR, and PPA on Integrated
Information Management System (IIMS) as well as to facilitate the
collection of information for IIMS, there were one hundred six (106)
participants who attended the said endeavor.

The said w orkshop w as conducted on 06-07 April 2011 at Queen
Margarette Hotel, Lucena City.

T raining/ Workshop on Integrated Information Management System
(IIMS) for the Provinces of Cavite and Batangas: In Support to the
Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) Scaling Up and Supreme Court’s
Mandamus to Clean and Rehabilitate Manila Bay

This w as conducted last 20-21 September 2011 at Splash Mountain
Resort and Hotel, National Highw ay, Los Banos, Laguna. The said
activity w as participated by the representatives of the fifteen (15) and
nine (9) coastal municipalities of Batangas and Cavite, respectively
together with their PG-ENRO and PP DO as well as DENR-RIVA
personnel.

Similar w ith the IIMS conducted in T ayabas Bay Region, presentations
were elaborated by the SMO4 staff and personnel who were capacitated
with this process.

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                 Rosario & T anza, Cavite Mangrove Assessment

                 In continuation on
                 the bi o-ec ol ogic al
                 m o n i t ori n g       of
                 man g r o ve s       and
                 mudflats of Bacoor
                 Bay, Cavite province
                 last November 2010,
                 the municipalities of
                 Rosario and T anza in
                 Cavite w ere likewise
                 assessed. As such,
                 in coordination with
                 th e i r r e s p e c ti v e
                 MEN RO ’s , oc ul ar
                 surveys revealed that conversion to beach resorts, fishpond
                 developments, constructions for business purposes as well as
                 aggregation of (informal) settlers were the main cause of mangrove
                 depletion for the past years. Improper management of their solid w aste
                 is rampant in the areas.

                 Stand Structure Assessment of Mangrove Areas in the Municipalities of
                 Lemery and San Luis, P rovince of Batangas

                 With the request of the province of Batangas thru its P G-ENRO for
                 technical assistance particularly in the assessment, mapping and
                 inventory of mangrove areas for the municipalities of Lemery and San
                 Luis, the afore-mentioned assessment w as conducted on March 2011.
                 Though there is initiative to protect this kind of forest, the following were
                 recommended based on some observations undertaken during the
                 assessment: All       (mangrove)     establishments should have             a
                 comprehensive report/record/database so as to be used for future
                 comparison, rate of protection/destruction, intervention, which
                 eventually will be used in future planning and funding request to other
                 stakeholders.




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          Checking of planting stock delivered is highly recommendable. Training/
          w orkshops on how to detect good propagules, proper planting and
          protection should be conducted on this regard. Information, education
          and communication (IEC) campaigns on proper handling, recognition
          and inspection of good propagules, planting and establishment as well
          as protection of mangroves should be extended to the localities and
          participants of tree planting to minimize costs. P roper site selection and
          species-site matching following the zonation pattern of the mangrove
          forest should be initiated. Enrichment planting of understock mangrove
          areas (open space / gaps) using strip or cluster/ group planting
          strategies should also be done.

          Mangrove reserve/protected area thru resolutions/ordinances shall be
          declared, which will serve as seed source/seed production area (gene
          pool) to cater the need of reforestation activities within Batangas as well
          as neighboring areas. P eriodic assessment in order to determine the
          present condition of the resources and conduct vulnerability study of
          mangroves and tidal w etlands to climate change should be conducted. A
          provincial mangrove nursery center to cater to plantation/rehabilitation
          needs of the area should be established. There should also be provision
          of alternative livelihoods in the area. Intensify massive information drive
          to all stakeholders on the importance and attributes of the mangrove
          areas. Existing local policies in order to control the extraction of natural
          based resources of the area should be reviewed. Enrichment planting of
          under stocked mangrove areas (open space / gaps) using strip or
          cluster/ group planting strategies shall be undertaken .

Geological and Environmental Study and Assessment of Sanitary Landfill
Facilities: The MGB-CALABARZON conducted an assessment of the proposed
sanitary landfills in Pitogo, Quezon; Alitagtag, Batangas; Calauan, Laguna;
Jalajala, Rizal; and Lobo, Batangas. The proposed sanitary landfill sites were
evaluated and w ere found to qualify for the proposed pl an. The geologic factors
in the area met the criterion for the selection of a suitable landfill site. How ever,
the major concerns in the establishment of a sanitary landfill would be the
contamination of the groundw ater and surface w ater by the leachate that might be
produced by the proposed sanitary landfill and the social acceptability of the
project to its host community.




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        3. Resources Conservation, Protection, and Productivity Enhancement

             Among the major accomplishments of the Forestry, Lands, Protected Areas
         and Wildlife Coastal Zone, and Research Sectors for the year that are supportive
         of this Agenda w ere the following:

              ► M anagement of Forestl ands and Forest Resources: This activity deals
                   with the promotion of effective management of forestlands, monitoring,
                   assessment and reporting of forest conditions. The computerized monitoring
                   and assessment system in reporting of forest conditions including the
                   compliance of forest users with the conditions of the agreement has been
                   religiously implemented.

                   •    Operationalization of Forestry Information System (FIS) – The FIS,
                        wherein all data related to the CALABARZON’s forest land uses and
                        resources were stored and mapped using the Geographic Information
                        System (GIS) techniques is being maintained in the Regional Office by
                        the Forest Resources Conservation Division. T his Information System
                        has tw o components: the Database Component and Geographic
                        Information System (GIS) Component.

                        ⇒ Database Component— Continuous updating and maintenance of 13
                             databases in the region are being done, one (1) for each PENR and
                             CENR Offices and one (1) at the Region Office. The FIS focal persons
                             were advised to keep on updating and encoding all the information in
                             each application modules provided in the database/datasets. The
                             said datasets maintained is presented in T able III-8.

      Table III-8. Datasets populated under each database application module (FIS-DAT ABASE CY 2011)
                                                                         APPLICATION MODULES

      PENRO/CENRO                  CBFMP                                                               PLFM                   SLU
                                                    IFMA        FLGMA
                               CBFMA       CSC                                PFDA        CTPO         PLTPC   PLTP   SPLTL
      BATANGAS
       Batangas City              4                                                        132
       Calaca                                                      3                       25                                  1
      CAVITE
       Trece Martirez             2                                                         28
      LAGU NA
       Los Baños                  5                                                         3           19      28
      QUEZON
       Calauag                    5                    1                                    7           87
       Catanauan                 13                                1            1          290
       Gumaca                     3                                                        251
       Pagbilao                   5                    1                                   240
       Real                       4         43         1                                    16                          1
      RIZAL
       Antipolo                   3                                1                        54
      TOTAL                      44         43         3           5            1         1,046        106     28      1      1


                                CBFMP                 =          Community-Based Forest Management Program
                                CBFMA                 =          Community-Based Forest Management Agreement
                                CSC                   =          Certificate of Stew ardship Contract
                                IFMA                  =          Industrial Forest Management Agreement
                                FLGMA                 =          Forestland Grazing Management Agreement
                                PLFM                  =          Private Land Forest Management
                                PFDA                  =          Private Forest Development Agreement
                                CTPO                  =          Certificate of Tree Plantation Ownership
                                PLTPC                 =          Private Land Tree Plantation Certificate
                                PLTP                  =          Private Land Timber Permit
                                SPLTL                 =          Special Private Land Timber License
                                SLU                   =          Special Land U  se




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                      ⇒ Geographic     Information System (GIS) Component— Since the
                          implementation of FIS-GIS Component in 2008, the Region w as able
                          to convert the sixty (60) analog maps of all sites with tenurial
                          instruments into digital format. The said digital maps were further
                          subjected to the so-called “Geo-Rectification” process using the
                          NAMRIA’s geo-referenced DMA topographic image. For the year, 25
                          maps of CBFM A w ere digitized and geo-referenced in accordance
                          with mapping and survey standards. Among the geo-rectified maps,
                          10 tenured areas were verified on the grounds.          Also, various
                          datasets from other sectors or areas of concern such as, P rotected
                          Areas, Land Classification provided by the Land Evaluation P arty
                          (LEP ) and mining areas from Mines and Geo-Sciences Bureau (MGB)
                          were accommodated and stored. The digitized and geo-referenced
                          maps are now being used for spatial analysis necessary for forestry,
                          protected area, mines, and land investment planning. T he list of
                          tenured areas is presented below as T able III-9 and sample maps are
                          attached as Annex III-2a & 2b.

Tabl e III-9 . List of Tenurial Instruments rectified by province.
                                                     Type/Kind of Tenurial Instrument
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
  Province/          CBFMA          SIFMA               IFMA                   PFDA              FLGMA        TFLA        ITPLA
   PENRO/
   CENRO
                                                                                                No                             Are
                No.      Area      No.                No.       Area     No.         Area                    No.    Ar   No.          No.     Area
                                             Area                                                .   Area                       a
                                                                                                                    ea

Batangas         4        618.7          -       -          -                  -                 3   891       1   80      1   100      9     1,689.7
                                                                     -                      -

   Batangas      4        618.7                                                                                                        4       618.7
   City

   Calaca                                                                                        3   891       1    80     1   100     5       1,071

Cavite           2      498.39           -       -          -                  -                 -       -     -     -     -           2      498.39
                                                                     -                      -                                     -

   Trece Mar-    2       498.39                                                                                                         2      498.39
   tires City

Laguna           5    1,587.29           -       -          -                  -                 -       -     -     -     -            5    1,587.29
                                                                     -                      -                                     -

   Los Baños     5     1,587.29                                                                                                         5    1,587.29

Quezon          33     14,941.8          3 1,240         2      14,527     1        1,840.72     1     94      -     -                 40     32,643.5
                             1                                                                                                                       3


   Calauag       5     4,304.00                          1      1,000                                                                   6      5,304.

   Catanauan    15     2,910.04          3   1,24                          1       1,840.72      1     94                              20    6,084.76
                                                0

   Gumaca        3     3,473.03                                                                                                         3    3,473.03

   Pagbilao      5     2,918.16                                                                                                         5    2,918.16

   Real          5     1,336.58                          1      13,527                                                                  6    14,863.5
                                                                                                                                                    8

Rizal            3         755           -       -                             -            -    1     50                  -            4           805
                                                                                                                                  -

   Antipolo      3           755                                                                 1     50                               4           805


Total           47     18,411.19     3       1,240       2      14,527     1       1,840.72      5   1,035     1    80     1   100     60    37,233.91




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            •    Generation of Forestry Statistics/Forestry Statistical Reporting System
                 (FSRS) - Latest Statistics and Information on ENR-related concerns were
                 generated and made available. P ursuant to Republic Act No. 7581
                 known as the “Price Act of 1991” and its implementing order (DT I,
                 DENR, DOH, DA; Joint Administrative Order No. 1, series of 1993), the
                 DENR is tasked to monitor the supply and prices of forest products. The
                 purpose of which is to ensure availability of these products in the
                 market in sufficient quantities and that prices do not increased beyond
                 ten (10) percent set by law . The consolidated report shall be submitted
                 on or before January 15, 2012 as per existing guidelines on the matter.

                    Meanwhile, the reports of P ENR and CENR Offices are submitted to
                 Region Office on a monthly basis, then being consolidated by FRCD and
                 submitted on time, the FSRS and price monitoring reports to Forest
                 Management Bureau quarterly using the prescribed forms i.e. FS # 1 to
                 FS # 10. The 4th Quarter Forestry Statistical Report are currently being
                 prepared for submission to the Bureau on or before January 25, 2012.

            •    Forest P roduct Utilization and Land-use Regulations involves the
                 processing and evaluation of applications for the extraction and
                 utilization of forest products and resources including the issuances of
                 permits and the monitoring of compliance with the conditions of the
                 permits and tenurial instruments.

                 ⇒ T he      processing and Table III-10. Distribution List of permits issued for the extraction/
                      eval uati on          o f utilization of forest products by province, CY 2011.
                                                forestlands and
                      applic ations for the
                      ex tracti on        an d                                      Type/Kinds of Permits

                      utilization of f ore s t Province           Total                 Importe d
                      resources w ere made                                  Lumber
                                                                                          W ood       O.M (nipa)
                                                                             Dealer
                                                                                        Materials
                      stricter in compliance
                      to the implementation Batangas                 7          7
                      of Executive Order (EO)
                      No. 23 dated February Cavite                   6          4            2

                      1, 2011 declaring a Laguna                    23         19            4
                      mor atori um on th e Quezon                    5          2            1             2
                      cutting and harvesting
                      of trees in residual and Rizal                 8          4            4

                      natural forests. Series TOTAL                49          36           11             2
                      of    In f ormati on
                      Education Campaign (IEC) to the legitimate lumber dealers/
                      permittees were conducted for them to be aw are and updated on the
                      aforementioned policy, and the compliance w as observed. Out of the
                      101 applicants for issuance of permit to extract and utilize forest
                      products , 49 w ere issued w ith permits (T able III-10). The strict
                      implementation of EO. No. 23 has brought a decrease in issuance of
                      Certificate of Registration as Lumber Dealer A shortage in the supply
                      of local lumber materials w as noted. Some applicants failed to submit
                      the required Lumber Supply Contracts. The detailed list of permittees
                      are attached as Annexes III-3 and 4.

                 ⇒ On the other hand, eleven (11) tenure holders and 282 existing
                      permittees were monitored by the Region Office and PENROs and
                      CENROs. (See T able III-11 and attached Annex III-5)



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Table I II -4. List of Te nurial Instrume nts Monitore d, CY 2011
   Province/Name of
                                     Location                                                           Remarks
     Establishment
TOTAL - 11 -
Region Offi ce—3—
        1   Assumption       Tuy, Bat angas              FLGMA— no improvement due to unsettled issue of claims wherein portion are titled properties or
            Realty Corp.                                 with land conflict. For investigation and survey t o exclude titled properties.
        2   Rose             Brgy Pags angah an, San     PFDA- There is a continuous operation and as early as 1st qtr. the st aff from the Region Office are
            Industries Inc   Francisco, Quezon           strictly monitored the operations t o ensure that they comply religiously on the rules and exis ting
                                                         laws.
        3   Real Fresh       Tuy, Bat angas              FLGMA— no improvement due to unsettled issue of claims wherein portion are titled properties or
            Dairy Farms                                  with land conflict. For investigation and survey t o exclude titled properties.

Quezon – 7 -

  Pagbilao—1 -
        1   Interwood        Mauban, Quezon              IFMA No. 2001-03- It is recommended to them to conduct tree planting activities within their area.

  Calau ag—1—
        1   AGM Ventures Brgys. Ton-t on and             Holder of IFMA No. 09-2007. The holder has strictly complied with the terms and conditions more
            Enterprises  Maguibway, Tagkaway an,         particularly in the reforestation activity within the production forest are a and the protec tion of
            Incorporated Quezon                          residual forest. They also developed 1.0 hectare nursery with 50, 000 seedling of falcata. A
                                                         comprehensive Development Plan was also prepared and submitted to the Regional Office

  Catan auan—5 -
        1   Rose             Brgy Pags angah an, San     PFDA- There is a continuous operation of the company in acc ordance with existing forestry l aws,
            Industries Inc   Francisco, Quezon           rules & regulations
        2   Cleveland        Brgy Abuyon, San            FLGMA -There are 25 heads of different animals within the area
            Figueroa         Narciso, Quezon
        3   Viva Shipping    Brgy Camflora, S an         SIFMA—Very low survival rate of planted trees due to poor maintenanc e and protection. The area is
            Lines Inc        Andres, Quezon              generally covered with cogon and talahib.
        4   Sto Domingo    Brgy Camflora, S an           SIFMA—Very low survival rate of planted trees due to poor maintenanc e and protection. The area is
            Shipping Lines Andres, Quezon                generally covered with cogon and talahib.
        5   Bondoc         Brgy Camflora, S an           SIFMA—Very low survival rate of planted trees due to poor maintenanc e and protection. The area is
            Peninsula      Andres, Quezon                generally covered with cogon and talahib.
            Livestock Farm
            & Forest Devt
            Inc

Rizal   1
        1   Virgilio         So. Daan, Brgy. Pal aman,   FLGMA—
            Benavidez        Jala-jala, Riz al




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            •    Urban Forestry Development
                 and Management in support
                 to    N ati on al      G r ee nin g
                 P rogram— T his activity aims
                 to   promote         multi-sector
                 participation in tree planting
                 and to develop greater
                 aw ar e n e s s       on      th e
                 importance of trees in the
                 environment, health and
                 h uman       l i fe.    In     the
                 implementati on         of    this
                 program, the DENR is task to
                 provide technical assistance in
                 planting, site and species selection, maintenance operations including
                 provision of the planting stocks, IEC, and lectures on ENRM.
                 Understandably, the DENR is also looked up to as the lead agency when
                 inter-agency collaboration is involved in the program.




                 ⇒ T o ensure participation        and commitment in the project, 137
                      M emorandum of Agreements (MOAs) in collaboration with the
                      concerned LGUs or partners w ere forged to spell out the obligations
                      of the parties in support to National Greening Program. Ninety-three
                      (93) LGUs/NGAs/individual s and 76 schools w ere provided
                      technical assistance in terms of planting, site preparation, species
                      selection and provision of planting stocks.


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         Also, seven (7) meetings/lectures were given to disseminate
      information about importance of caring for the environment, proper
      planting techniques, maintenance and protection of planted seedlings.
      The list of MOA’s, LGU’s and Schools that w ere given assistance w as
      presented as Annexes III–6 and III-7.

  •   Implementation of Private Land
      Plantation T ree Program (P LTP ) -
      under this program, a total of 82
      private l and ow ners w ere given
      certificate of registrations and 11
      P rivate   Land     T ree   P lantation
      Information System (PLTP IS) were
      implemented and operationalized
      regionwide. This is intended to
      as s es s   the   tre e   pl an tati ons
      established within private lands; and
      set the means to recognize the
      participation of private land owners
      in the tree plantation development of the government.

          The data gathered from the monitoring of private plantations include
      the numbers of trees planted by species, average height, diameter and
      volume per species planted, and the total volume of the plantation. Also
      the period of cutting for those planted trees that are ready for harvesting
      is provided by the System.

  •   On Verification of Legal Status of Land Claims, a total of 486 cases w ere
      referred and issued certifications. Out of this, 134 cases w ere
      referred at the Region Office Forest Engineering Section, Forest
      Resources Development Division to verify the legal status and control of
      the existing proposed uses. The certification issued at the field offices
      were mostl y verified for l and conversion.

► Forest Devel opment/Impl ementation of National Greening Program:

  •   Implementation of National Greening Program (NGP): The National
      Greening P rogram is a government priority or flagship program by virtue
      of Executive Order (EO) No. 26 dated February 24, 2011 that aims to
      achieve poverty reduction, food security, biodiversity conservation, and
      climate change mitigation and adaptation. The objective is to plant some
      1.5 billion trees covering about 1.5 million hectares for a period of six (6)
      years from 2011 to 2016 in the following lands of public domain:
      forestlands, mangrove and protected areas, ancestral domains, civil and
      military reservations, urban areas under the greening plan of the LGUs,
      inactive and abandoned mine sites and, other suitable lands.

         The program deals not only with tree planting but also, tree growing.
      Quality P lanting Materials that is, with highest viability is one of the
      factors to be considered. The procurement of seedlings w as selected thru
      bidding. One of the qualifications, the contractor must be a registered
      nursery operator to ensure the quality of planting materials.

          In order to ensure the successful implementation of the project, the
      following strategies w ere adopted:

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                      Social Mobilization wherein all students identified by the DepEd and
                      CHED, and all government employees shall be individually required
                      to plant a minimum of ten (10) seedlings per year. P rivate sectors
                      and civil society groups are also encouraged to participate;

                      Harmonization of all greening efforts and tree planting initiatives of
                      the government, private sectors, civil society groups and LGUs.
                      T echnical assistance shall be provided by DA, DENR, and DAR under
                      the Convergence Initiative.

                    For this year, the Region w as tasked to develop a total of 6,135
                 hectares. As part of the implementation of NGP , the DENR
                 CALABARZON Region conducted the NGP SUMMIT last May 19, 2011
                 at Yazaki T orres, Calamba City, Laguna and participated by a total of
                 202 participants coming from the DENR –Central Office (7), Regional
                 (57) and field offices (31), Private Sectors/Business Sectors (20),
                 National Government Agencies (20), Local Government Units(22),
                 Academe/ Advocacy(28), Civil Organizations/NGOs/ P os (6) and
                 members of the press/media (11). The detailed discussion on this
                 Summit is provided on Cross-Cutting Accomplishments part of this
                 Annual Report.

                    The regional and field offices conducted perimeter survey and
                 mapping of all identified NGP sites (CBFM areas, Urban Watershed and
                 LGUs identified areas, P ACBRMA areas and outside PACBRAMA areas
                 but w ithin PA) using GIS. Series and continuous coordination with
                 various schools, private individuals and LGUs concerned in the
                 execution of agreements for this program w ere being done.

                      As part of
                 i n i t i a l
                 launching         of
                 N GP       d ur in g
                 A r bo r       D ay
                 C e l e b r a ti on ,
                 s i mul tan e ous
                 tree      planting
                 ac tiv i ty     w as
                 conducted. T he
                 tree      planting
                 ac t i vi t y     in
                 Br gy.       T al a,
                 Ri zal        w e re
                 participated by
                 more than 100
                 personnel from
                 the       R e gi on
                 O f f i c e ,
                 P ENRO/CENRO Laguna staff, LGUs, PNP/Military, teachers and
                 students from Cristobal S. Conducto Memorial National High School,
                 Riders Club, NGOs, P Os and other private sectors. The area covers a
                 total of 5 hectares and pl anted w ith 2,500 forest tree seedlings of
                 Narra, Ipil, Supa, Bitaog and Calumpit.




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•   Seedling P roduction/ Procurement

       The Region were able to produced/procured a total of 3,164,512
    assorted seedlings of indigenous/premium forest species, fruit trees
    and other forest species.




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•   Site identification, Preparation and Social Mobilization (SOCMOB)

        For the first year implementation of NGP in the Region, a total target
    of 6,135 hectares; by FMS(4,735) and by additional ERDB sites (1,400)
    were identified, mapped and prepared for planting through social
    mobilization approach. Samples of maps prepared are provided in this
    report as Figures III-7, III-8, III-9, III-10, and III-11.




Figure III-7. Map showing Naval Reservation for development under NGP in Cavite.




Figure III-8. Map showing river side portion of Siniloan, Laguna for development under
NGP.




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            Figure III-9. Map showing portion of roadside along Tayabas-Mauban, Quezon for
            development under NGP.




            Figure III-10. Map showing portion of streambank in Tanay, Rizal for rehabilitation
            under NGP.



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Figure III-11. Map showing portion of Lobo, Batangas for development under NGP.


      Also, sample images during the preparation of identified sites for
   development and social mobilization are shown in below photos.




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            •    Plantation Development

                   Of to date, a Table III-12. Area Develope d under National Greening Program .
                 total of 5,903                                AREA           AREA       SEEDLINGS
                                                                                                     VOLUNTEER
                 hectares         of        CATEGORY       IDENTIFIED     DEV ELOPED       PLANTED
                                                                                                     /PLANTERS
                                                               (has.)         (has.)          (no.)
                 lands or 96%
                 of the region’s
                 total      tar ge t Protected Areas           1,495          1,495         747, 500    6,823

                 w     e     r     e   PACBRMA Areas            705             705         352, 500    7,943
                 d e v e l o p e d . CBFMA (Upland)            1,275          1,275         637, 500    3,383
                 The       4 , 7 3 5 CBFMA ( Mangrove)         341. 5         341. 5        750, 750     547
                 h e c t a r e s Urban Watershed              2,118.5        1,986.5        993, 250   49,486
                 target of the
                                     (CEN RO Real report)  (200 for dist)      (100)         33,000
                 Re gi on      w as
                 f u l l y TOTAL                               6,135          5,903       3,514,500    68,182

                 accomplished. The remaining 232 hectares are supposed to be planted
                 with seedlings from the ERDB but the said Bureau w as not able to
                 supply the required planting materials in full.

                  The tree planting activity were participated by 68,182 planters/
                 volunteers. The area developed w ere distributed in different categories
                 which is presented as T able III-12.




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•   Maintenance and Protection of Established Plantations—The Region’s
    reforestation effort w as continued with greater resolve and effort. A total
    of 1,337 hectares of forestl ands planted to trees with protective and
    commercial values have been continuously supported with budget to
    ensure its required silvicultural maintenance and protection from fire,
    pest and disease. The activity w as implemented by a contractor under
    the supervision of the DENR. Strip brushing, weeding, replanting and
    construction of fire lines are among the activities conducted. Also,
    removal of tidal debris and barnacles is being done in mangrove
    plantations.

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                 ⇒ The          p l an ta ti on s
                      w ere subjected to
                      r e q u i r e d
                      maintenance within
                      the tw o (2) year
                      period after planting
                      un d e r U DP an d
                      w a t e r s h e d
                      r ehabili tati on an d
                      restoration program.
                      A total of 4 7 2
                      h e c t ar e s ,      278
                      h ec t ar es un d e r
                      r e for es tati on an d
                      194 hectares under
                      ANR/Stream-bank/Mangrove scheme. The locations are provided as
                      Annex III-8.




                 ⇒ For      the maintenance and protection within the         3-year old
                      plantations are those seedlings planted in 2008 and 2009. A total of
                      865 hectares w ere maintained and protected, 535 hectares of
                      sparsely-w ooded grassland were reforested and 330 hectares within
                      the w atersheds including those planted in mangrove areas and tidal
                      flats. The locations and area of plantations being maintained are
                      provided as Annexes III-9.

            •    DA-DAR-DENR       Convergence     Approach/National      Convergence
                 Initiative (NCI) - a total of 1,000 hectares, of potential sites for
                 Agribusiness under the Convergence approach were identified and
                 assessed, 200 hectares each province. It is in compliance to the Joint
                 Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 1 Series of 1999, further revitalized
                 through issuances of JMC 2004-01 and JMC 2006-01, the DA-DAR-
                 DENR Convergence Initiatives tow ards Sustainable Rural Development.

                 Under the NCI, a “ridge to reef” approach driven by a value chain, led by
                 LGU’s, fuelled by private sector investments and supported by DA-DAR
                 DENR Convergence Initiative for sustainable rural development shall be
                 employed in the implementation of the Enhanced National Convergence
                 Initiative Plan to address sustainable development at the local levels
                 (province, cities, and municipalities).

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     The activities undertaken w as joint planning w orkshop, provincial NCI
     launching, formation of technical w orking group/steering committee,
     capacity building, IEC, and project process documentation and
     reporting. The locations w as presented below as T able III-13.
    Tabl e III-13. Areas proposed for National Convergence Initiative.
                                        NO. OF
        LOCATI ON                                             PROPOSED
        Province/           AREA     BENEFI CI ARI E      I NTERVENTI ON/                  REMARKS
                            (HAS.)        S/
       Municipality                                          ACTI VI TI ES
                                      HOUSEHOLD
    REGI ONAL TOTAL         1,000        409
    BATANGAS         (San    200                        Provision of l ivestock/      Development Plan for
    Juan,                                               planting        materials,    Batangas      due     for
    Sampiro &                                           vegetables production         submission            on
    Sapangan)                                                                         December 9, 2011
    CAVITE (Magallanes,                                 Provision   of    planting    Submitted Development
    Ramirez  &     San       200          180           materials/    planting   of   Plan             entitled
    Agustin)                                            vegetables, FMR, training     “Streambank
                                                        & technical assistance        Stabilization     Project
                                                                                      and          Agroforestry
                                                                                      Project”

    LAGUNA      (Banilan,                               Provision   of    planting    Submitted development
    Pakil)                                              materials / planting of       plan entitled “Banilan
                             200                        vegetables, FMR, training     Agribusiness Plan”
                                                        and technical assistance
    QUEZON (Candelaria,                                 Provision    of   planting    Submitted         project
    Masalukot 5)             200           99           materials, FMR, training/     proposal         entitled
                                                        technical assistance          “Rehabilitation        of
                                                                                      Agroforestry      Project
                                                                                      with Coffee Production”
    RIZAL (Antipolo City                                Provision   of    planting    Submitted Development
                             200          130           materials/    planting   of   Plan             entitled
                                                        vegetables, establishment     “Streambank
                                                        of reservoir/ irrigation,     Stabilization     Project
                                                        farm- to- market- road,       and          Agroforestry
                                                        training    &     technical   Project”
                                                        assistance


•    Rehabilitation of Nurseries and Facilities

     ⇒ Clonal             Nursery—
           Generally, it envisioned
           to produce millions of
           high quality planting
           materials in support to
           National        Greening
           P rogram. The nursery
           w as located at Brgy.
           Malicboy,       P agbilao,
           Quezon.      Continuous
           production            and
           maintenance             of
           seedlings    are    being
           done.               Also,
           rehabilitation          of
           perimeter fence and
           construction of 4.60
           meters by 6.60 meters.
           A seed storage w ith air-
           conditioning unit and
           freezer w as likewise
           constructed to ensure
           quality and protection
           of seeds. Moreover, maintenance of existing facilities were also
           undertaken during this year.
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                  ⇒ Forest Nursery or
                      Regional Seedling
                      P roduction      and
                      T raining Facility—
                      The mission of the
                      regional nursery is
                      to grow      quality
                      seedling           to
                      support          the
                      reforestation and
                      rehabilitation
                      programs in the
                      region.          T he
                      nursery is located
                      at Brgy. Lamot,
                      Calauan, Laguna
                      with an area of
                      10,000        square
                      meters. Facilities/
                      Infrastructures
                      includes,           8
                      nursery       sheds,
                      w ater        system
                      training    building
                      which     is being
                      used as potting
                      shed, green house and office as w ell. Regular grass cutting on the
                      surrounding grounds is being done. Continuous production of
                      seedlings w as part of regular activities in the nursery. Currently,
                      around 50,000 assorted forest and fruit bearing tree species are
                      raisedand taken cared of by four (4) hired laborers.

      ► For Forest Protection: The activity’s main objective is to protect the physical
            resources within the untenured and tenured forestlands from any form of
            forest destructions, including the effective enforcement of other forest law s
            and regulations.

             •    A total of 380,278
                  h ec t ar es               o f Table I II -14. Land Area and Ratio of Unte nure d Fore stland Are as
                                                  pe r Province .
                  u n t e n u r e d
                                                                                       UNTENURED
                  forestl ands or 23%                                 LAND AREA                          % RATIO TO
                                                     PROVINCE             (ha)
                                                                                      FORESTL ANDS
                                                                                                          LAND AREA
                  of the total land area                                                   (ha)
                  of CALABARZON are
                  be i n g p r o t ec t e d
                                                   Batangas             316,581           48,000              15%
                  through foot patrol
                  and conduct of pre- Cavite                            128,755           20,000              16%

                  emptive measures by Laguna                            175,973           40,000              23%
                  Forest            R a n g e r s Que zon               870,660          209,278              24%
                  as sign ed in thei r Rizal                            130,892           63,000              48%
                  r e s p e c ti v e p atr ol
                                                 TOTAL                 1,622,861         380,278              23%
                  s e c tor s w i th th e
                  assistance of deputy forest officers such as military, police, and
                  concerned civilian volunteers. (See T able III-14).



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•   In order to properly monitor the entry and exit of forest products in the
    provinces of Laguna, Quezon and Rizal, 7 strategic monitoring
    stations are being maintained and manned by the dedicated Forest
    Rangers on tw enty-four hour basis. These are the following:

    1. Km. 2 Multi-purpose Checkpoint located at Brgy. Kapatalan,
       Siniloan, Laguna – checking forest products coming from mountain
       areas of Laguna and REINA areas.
    2. T ongohin/Minuson Monitoring Station located at Brgy. Minuson,
       Magsaysay, Infanta, Quezon – checking products emanating from
       Infanta and Gen Nakar, Quezon
    3. Umiray Multi-sector Monitoring Station located at Brgy. Umiray, Gen.
       Nakar, Quezon – checking forest products coming from Umiray, Gen.
       Nakar, Quezon and Dingalan, Aurora.

    4. P olo Mauban Multi-sector Monitoring Station located at Brgy. P olo,
       Mauban, Quezon – checking products coming from Umiray, Gen.
       Nakar, Quezon, and Regions 2 & 3

    5. Magsaysay/Kamagong Multi-sector Monitoring Station located at
       Brgy,. Magsaysay, Atimonan, Quezon – checking products coming
       from Bicol Region

    6. T eressa/Maya Farm Monitoring Station located at So. Hinudyungan,
       Brgy. Sampaloc, T anay, Rizal – checking forest products coming from
       Daraitan, T anay, Rizal, Laguna and Quezon P rov.

    7. San Isidro Monitoring Station located at Rodriguez, Rizal checking
       products coming Montalban, Rizal and from Bulacan area
•   Strengthening of Regional Multi-sector Forest P rotection Committees

    The creation of Multi-sector Forest P rotection Committee (MFP C) aims to
    bring forest protection to the grassroots by involving the various sectors
    of the community. The MFP C will provide the forum where sectors from
    the community and government agencies combine to take action
    together on forest protection issues.

    The Regional Multi-sectoral Forest P rotection Committee (RMFP C) w as
    conducted by the Regional Office where in a new set of officers were
    elected. It is now chaired by Mr. Guillermo O. Formaran, III of Quezon
    P rovince.

    For the year, four (4) quarterly RMFP C meetings were conducted. The
    dates and locations of the meetings are:

    ⇒ First Quarter RMFP C meeting w as held on March 18, 2011 at
       Sangguniang P anlalawigan Conference Hall, Legislative Bldg., Capitol
       Compound, T rece Martirez City, Cavite



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                                 First Q uarter RMFPC meeting at Trece Martires City.


                ⇒ Second Quarter RMFP C meeting w as held on June 22, 2011 at
                     Silangang Nayon P ark and Restaurant, Brgy. Bantigue, P agbilao,
                     Quezon.




                      The second Q uarter RMFPC meeting held at Pagbilao, Q uezon.

                        During this meeting, the turn-over ceremony of Chairmanship
                     w as conducted. Mr. Manuel A. Beloso w as the outgoing Chairman,
                     whereas Mr. Guillermo “Gemi” O. Formaran III w as the incoming
                     Chairman. Several guests were invited to this ceremony and it w as
                     ended successfully.

                ⇒ Third Quarter RMFP C meeting w as held on September 16, 2011 at
                     Municipal Session Hall, Municipality of General Nakar, Province of
                     Quezon. Mayor Leovegildo Ruzol of General Nakar attended the
                     meeting.




                       The third Quarter RMFPC meeting held at Gen. Nakar, Q uezon.



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    ⇒ Fourth Quarter RMFP C meeting w as held on December 14, 2011 at
       Multi- purpose Hall, Provincial Capitol Building, Ynares Sports
       Complex, Antipolo City.




        The Fourth Q uarter RMFPC meeting held at Gen. Nakar, Q uezon.


•   Conduct of T rainings on Forest P rotection

    There were five (5) trainings/re-orientation conducted by the Forest
    Resources Conservation Division (FRCD) in coordination with Human
    Resources Development Section for CY 2011. The five (5) trainings
    enumerated as follows:

    1. T r aini n g  on    D e p utati on  of
       Environment and Natural Resources
       Officer (DENRO) upon the request of
       Makiling     Center    for   Mountain
       Ecosystems (MCME) held on March
       3-4, 2011 at Sangguniang Bayan
                                              DENRO Training at Sto. Tomas
       Session Hall, Sto. T omas, Batangas.   Batangas.

    2. T raining of DENRO upon the request
       of Institute of Social Order (ISO) held on April 14-15, 2011 at Sta.
       Monica Beach Resort, Brgy. Boboin, Infanta, Quezon.




       DENRO Training at Sta. Monica Beach Resort, Brgy. Infanta, Q uezon .




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                 3. T raining of DENRO upon the request of Bantay Kalikasan Volunteers
                    of the Municipalities of P olillo, Burdeos, P anukulan P olillo Group of
                    Islands, P rovince of Quezon and the South Luzon T ollw ay
                    Corporation held on September 6-8, 2011 at Sta. Monica Beach
                    Resort, Brgy. Boboin, Infanta, Quezon.
                 4. Re– orientation of Team Energy Corporation held on November 24,
                    2011 at P agbilao, Quezon.

                 5. Manila Southcoast Development Corp. (MSDC) held on October 17,
                    2011 at Nasugbu, Batangas.

            •     Conduct of Information Education Campaign (IEC)

                  There w ere seven (7) trainings/orientations conducted by the Regional
                  personnel on the basic policies, rules and regulations being
                  implemented by the DENR particularly for the smooth implementation
                  of EO 23. These trainings/orientations were conducted upon request of
                  different LGUs and other law enforcement agencies. It is worthy to note
                  that as a result of these orientations, the Sector w as able to conduct
                  successful anti-illegal logging operations based on information/tips
                  from unidentified informants.

                  1.    Dialogue with the Nasugbu Municipal Council re: DENR P olicies
                       conducted at Nasugbu, Batangas on February 8, 2011;




                         Figure 9. Foresters Wilfredo M. Riña (above) and Henry A. Adornado (below)
                                   delivering lectures to local officials of Nasugbu Batangas.

                 2. Lectures on Forestry P olicies and EO 23 regarding Forest Land Use
                    Plan (FLUP ) at Infanta, Quezon on February 11, 2011 participated by
                    the LGUs of Infanta and P eoples Organization (P O’s);




                       For. Wilfre do M. Riña (above ) assiste d by For. He nry A. Adornado
                        while giving le cture to local officials and NGO’s of Infanta, Quezon.



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3. Orientation on Anti-Illegal Logging T ask Force at Philippine National
   P olice held on June 8, 2011 at PNP Camp Sta. Cruz, Laguna;




               Picture s take n during the le cture /forum conducte d re: fore stry
                policie s and EO 23 at PNP Camp Sta. Cruz, Laguna.



4. Lectures on Forestry Law s, Rules and Regulations to Brgy. Captains,
   residents/teachers of Infanta Quezon on June 16, 2011 at Malachi
   Resort, Brgy. Comon, Infanta, Quezon;

5. Orientation on Anti-Illegal Logging T ask Force at Camp Capinpin,
   T anay, Rizal held last June 23, 2011;




               Fore ste r Wilfre do M. Riña (standing in front) assiste d by Fore ster
               He nry A. Adornado as they de live re d the ir le cture s during an Anti-
                Ille gal Logging Operations Training at Camp Capinpin, Tanay Rizal


6. Orientation on Anti-Illegal Logging T ask Force atte at CBK Kalayaan,
   Laguna last October 20-21, 2011 and;

7. Orientation on DENR P olicies participated and attended by LGUs,
   Brgy. Captains of Majayjay, Laguna at Hanzel’s Restaurant,
   Kalayaan, Laguna conducted on November 18, 2011.




  Forester Wilfredo M. Riña (standing in front) giving lectures on Forpolicies rules and regulation to Brgy.
  Captains of Ca vinti, Laguna conducted at CBK Kal ayaan Laguna and Brgy. Captains of Majayjay, Laguna
  conducted at Hanzel’s Restaurant, Kalayaan Laguna (below).




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                 •    Anti-illegal Logging Campaign

                      P ursuant to the implementation of Executive Order EO No. 23 issued on
                      February 1, 2011, declaring a moratorium on the cutting and harvesting
                      of timber in the natural and residual forest, the intensified campaign
                      and operation     against illegal cutting/gathering transporting of forest
                      products w ere undertaken which resulted in the following:

                      ⇒ 137 incidents of apprehensions and the confiscation of a total of
                           1,369.06 cubic meters of major forest products. 1,038.07 cubic
                           meters of logs/shortlogs/poles, 325.54 cubic meters of lumber/
                           flitch, 3.76 cubic meters of Kasco/Banca hull and 1.689 cubic
                           meters of semi-finished forest products with an estimated gross value
                           of P 13,432,247.89; and 53 units of conveyances with a gross
                           valued of P 9,970,000.00. (T able III-15 and Annexes 10 & III11).

Table III-15. Confiscate d fore st products, conve yance s, and e quipme nts within CALABARZON, CY 2011.

                                                                                                                    Equip-
                                                                                                           Conve y-
                                             Major Fore st Products                                                 me nts
                             Total con-                                    Other Fore st Products          ance s
                                                    (cu. m.)                                                        (chainsaw,
                                                                                                           (no)
                  Inci-      fiscate For-                                                                           e tc.) (no)
Province          de nce     e st Prod-
                  (no.)      ucts                                                             Se mi-
                                          Lumber/          Logs/      Charcoal      Banca
                             (cu.m.)                                                         finishe d
                                            Flitch       short logs    (sack/         hull
                                                                                           fore st Prod-
                                           (cu.m)          (cu.m)      cu.m.)       (cu.m)      ucts

Batangas              2          15.61         15.61                                                          2


   Batangas           1          14.42         14.42                                                          1
City

  Calaca              1          1.19            1.19                                                         1


Laguna               35        107.343        79.256      28.087      31.2/682                               20          10
                                                                       sacks


Quezon               89       1,160.348       148.307    1,006.592       3.3         3.76      1.689         26          38


  Real                70        958. 25       114. 399    839. 022      1.8/700      3.14      1.689          17         28
                                                                      plastic/166
                                                                         sacks



  Pagbilao            15       194. 099        25.909      167. 57        1.5        0.62                     8          10


  Gumaca              2               4.95       4.95


  Calauag             1          0.82            0.82                                                         1


  Catanauan           1          2.229          2.229


Rizal                11         85.76          85.76        3.39                                              5          2


TOTAL                137       1,369.06       325.54         1,0      34.5 cu.m/    3.76       1.689         53          50
                                                           38.07      848 sacks/    cu.m
                                                                      700 repack
                                                                       plastics




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Confiscated truck load of charcoal




  ⇒ Confiscated, likewise are the following: 34.5 cu.m, 848 sacks and
       700 pl astic/repack of charcoal w ith a value of P147,400.00;
       50 unit of tool s and equipments; 8 units of bandsaw /circular saw,
       4 units of chainsaw, 10 units electric motor/diesel engine, 3 units
       of table plainer and 25 units of other tools with a gross value of
       P642,000.00.
      Relative to the
  anti-illegal logging
  c amp aign e ff or ts
  a n d            t h e
  determination of the
  O f fi c e    to   p ut
  minimum level of
  incidents of illegal
  l og g in g / c uttin g
  within the region,
  they       created the
  Regional Anti-illegal Logging T ask Force pursuant to EO 23. Likewise,
  the Region initiated and strengthened its collaborations with the other
  law enforcement agencies, LGUs, religious, civic groups and NGOs.
  Relative thereto, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) w as executed last
  October 6, 2011 by and among the DENR-IV CALABARZON 2nd Infantry
  Division, Philippine Army, LGU-Infanta, Quezon and PNP, Infanta,
  Quezon specifically to address the illegal cutting/gathering and
  transport of forest products, ejection of untenured migrants and
  demolition of their shanties within Proclamation 1636.

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                    The incidents of apprehensions w ere high this year (137) as
                 compared to (84) of last year (CY 2010). The increase is attributed to
                 intensified and concerted effort in the implementation of EO 23.

                     Likewise, eigth (8) complaints w ere filed against the persons found
                 violating Section 77 of P residential Decree No. 705. The complaints are
                 presently being litigated by the Presecutors Office before the concerned
                 Regional/Municipal T rial Courts. The list of cases filed is shown in
                 Annex III-12.

            •    Disposed Forfeited Forest Products

                 The disposition of forfeited forest products w as done either through
                 donation, or use for government infrastructure. This Office has
                 facilitated the conversion of “hot l ogs” to good use. The confiscated logs
                 and lumber with a total volume of 176,926.53 board feet and three (3)
                 units of banca hull were disposed as follow s:

                 ⇒ Donation— (128,558.64 bd. ft.)

                 ► DepEd — (82,165.84 bd. ft.)

                       T he confiscated logs
                      an d    l um be r w ere
                      man uf ac tur e d i n to
                      finished armchairs and
                      fabricated desk wherein
                      around 50 primary and
                      secondary schools were
                      benefited.

                 ► LGUs — (38,607.64 bd.
                      ft.)

                      T hese    includes    the
                      donation made to the
                      constituents of Cong.
                      Irvin Alcala, 1st District
                      of Quezon (7,738 bd.ft, 500 pcs. of armchairs); Cong. Lorenzo
                      T anada, 4th District of Quezon (9,796.14 bd.ft , 580 pcs); Mayor
                      Moises Villasenior of Lucban, Quezon (9,603.60 bd. Ft, 320 pcs arm
                      chairs and 50 pcs desk); and P rov’l . Gov’t. of Rizal (10,450 bd.ft.)

                 ► Other Government Agencies — (7,784.64 bd. ft. and 2 units of
                      banca hull)

                      Donated 2 units of banca hull to MFARMC of Infanta, Quezon and to
                      Southern Luzon Phil. Navy, Naval Force for their patrolling and
                      7,784.64 bd. ft to the 76th IB, 2ID, Phil. Army used for the
                      construction of mess hall and barracks.

                      ⇒ DENR USE — (48,368.41 bd. ft.)

                      Likewise, 48,368.41 bdft. forfeited forest products w ere utilized by
                      P ENRO Rizal (11,000 bd. ft.) and CENRO Real Quezon (37,368.41 bd. ft.)

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       for the construction of their respective office buildings and repair of
       other office facilities while the one (1) unit banca hull w as donated to
       Quezon Ecosystem Research and Development Services (QERDS) for
       their forest protection activities and in the collection of propagules.

    The list of recipients of the forfeited forest products with the
    corresponding volume donated is shown in Annex III-13.

•   Registration of Chainsaw

    Also in support to the implementation of EO 23 and continuing
    information dissemination on the existing policy with regard to
    ownership, possession, importation and use of chainsaw as mandated
    under DAO No.2003-24 dated June 2003, 328 individuals have
    registered their chainsaw at the different field offices.

•   Other Accomplishment on Forest P rotection

    The Regional Special Operations Group (RSOG) w as able to conduct
    four (4) anti-illegal logging operations resulted to confiscation of 2,232
    pieces of logs/lumber/flitch and 5 units of tools for CY 2011 as shown
    below in T able III-16 .


    Table I II -16. Confiscate d fore st products and tools pe r anti-ille gal logging operations conducte d
    by th Re gional Spe cial Operations Group, CY 2011.
                                                                                        VOLUME

         DATE                  KI ND                  NUMBER
                                                                                bdft.              cu.m.

    Nov. 17, 2011       flitche s                      14 pcs.                392.65                 ---

                        lumbe r                        660pcs.               3,024.30                ---

                        round logs                      7pcs.                    ---               0.247
                        4 DR5 e ngine                   1 unit                   ---                 ---

                        table re saw             1unit (c ircular 10)            ---                 ---

                        Yanmar e ngine                  2 unit                   ---                 ---

    Nov. 18, 2011       flitche s                      13 pcs.                  419                  ---

                        lumbe r                        511pcs.                  967                  ---
                        round logs                     63pcs.                    ---                3.4

                        bandsaw           w/            1 unit                   ---                 ---
                        whee l

    Nov. 22, 2011       flitche s & round              86pcs.                2,392.35                ---
                        logs

    De c. 16, 2011      lumbe r                        878pcs.                 3,212                 ---

        TOTAL                                       2,232 pieces          10,407.3 bdf t.       3.65 cu.m .



                                                       5 units




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      ► Enforcement of Environmental Law s w ithin REINA Areas:

         T o intensify more and sustain forest protection and law enforcement within
         REINA Areas, DENR Central Office thru the FMB allotted an additional budget
         of 2.5 million. The activities involved the surveillance and patrolling of
         399,000 hectares of forestlands within the provinces of Laguna, Quezon and
         Rizal and the maintenance seven (7) chokepoints to properly monitor the entry
         and exit of forest products. Also, the DENR Sub-station (chokepoint) in Maya
         Farm located at So. Hinudyungan, Brgy. Sampaloc, T anay, Rizal w as
         rehabilitated to ensure a safety station for the assigned Forest Rangers.
         Likewise, intensified Information Education Campaign (IEC) in the form of
         forum, meetings, dialogues and distribution of copies of EO 23 and Resolution
         2011-03 w ere being conducted in the “Hot spot areas” in Infanta, Gen. Nakar
         and P olilio Group of Islands for the aw areness of the community and
         collaboration and partnership with the LGUs, Military, Church-Based NGO’s
         and P O’s as such.

            The intensified anti-illegal logging campaign efforts which aimed to
         minimize if not end the incidence of illegal logging/cutting within the REINA
         areas resulted to confiscation/apprehension of a total of 830.46 cubic meter
         ( 352,120.64 board feet/ 3,746 pieces) of round logs and flitches with an
         estimated value of P3,135,294.60. The apprehended/intercepted illegally cut
         forest products are comprised of the follow ing:

                     Brgy. Umiray,
                     G en. N ak ar,
                     Q ue zon       an d
                     Din gal an,
                     Aurora
                     549.94 cubic
                     m e t e r s
                     ( 2 3 3 , 17 6 .6 0
                     board feet/2,
                     583 pieces) of
                     round logs and
                     flitches with an
                     estimated value of P 1,757,086.80;

                     Br gy. Can aw ay G en.
                     Nakar, Quezon
                     8 9 . 0 6 c ubi c me te r s
                     (37,765 board feet/354
                     pieces) of round logs and
                     f l i t ch es w i th     an
                     e s ti m at e d v al u e of
                     P 566,477.40; and

                     B r g y . P o bl a c i o n ,
                     P ankulan, Quezon
                     1 9 1.4 6 c ubic me te rs
                     (8 1,17 9.04         b o ar d
                     feet/809pieces) of round
                     logs and flitches with an        Some of the ille gally source d fore st products confiscate d
                                                     by the re gion for
                     e s ti m at e d v al ue of
                     P 811,730.40.

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      Moreover, the Office conducted other pre-emptive measures like, daily
  monitoring and surveillance in coordination with Anti-illegal Logging T ask
  Force under Gen. Renato Miranda (Executive Director, Anti-illegal Logging T ask
  Force), Augmentation of personnel at Brgy. Umiray and Brgy. Canaw ay from
  CENROs, P agbilao, Gumaca, Calauag and Catanauan, and creation of Local
  Anti-illegal Logging T ask Force. Also, all the transhipment points in the
  P rovince of Rizal located at Brgy. Daraitan in T anay and Brgy. P uray in
  Rodriguez, were manned by the dedicated Forest Rangers/Officers on tw enty-
  four hour basis with the assistance of the military.

► Community-Based Forestry M anagement Program

  Community-based Forest Management, as a strategy for sustainable forestry
  development, is the forefront of the implementation of a number of projects
  that provide livelihood support and opportunities to the upland farmers for the
  improvement of their lives.

  In line with the implementation of the CBFM Strategic Plan, the following
  activities have been given emphasis and support: (a) review and updating of
  Community Resource Management Framew ork (CRMF); (b) strengthening of
  P eople’s Organization (P os); and (c) area development.

  The conduct of these activities were supported by financial inputs coming from
  Regular, Supplemental and Agrarian Reform Funds.


  ⇒ Under Regular Funds (DENR-REGION IV-A fund per General Appropriations
     Act of 2011)

     Review ed twenty tw o (22) Community Resource Management Framew ork
     (CRMF). This activity w as intended to determine if the past and present
     activities of the POs w ere consistent with the CRMF including future plans
     after more than 10 years of CBFMP implementation. Also, the P rovince of
     Cavite conducted tw o (2) IECs in the form of meeting and dialouge with
     regard to the process of issuance of tenurial instruments. List of CBFM-
     CRMF is attached as Annex-III-14.

  ⇒ For Supplemental Funds (DENR Central office support fund)

     For CY 2011, the budget appropriated for the activity w as focused on the 2
     major activities; (1) strengthening of CBFM P os and P O Federation; (2)
     documentation and packaging of CBFM good practices.

     •   In line with the strengthening of CBFM P os and PO Federation;

            Assissted reactivated a total of 34 P os;
            Review ed and updated 25 CRMF;
            Mapped 25 remaining CBFM sites for development;
            Conducted 31 forums in support to the strengthening of Regional
            and P rovincial Federation and;
            Attended and participated a total of 31 trainings and w orkshops.


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            •    Moreover,
                 three          (3)
                 CBFM        good
                 practices w ere
                 selected. The
                 d     a     t    a
                 gathering and
                 d r af t        of
                 c omp en di um
                 had      already
                 b e        e    n
                 completed. As
                 for the final
                 outp ut,      the
                 1       0        0
                 h a r d bo un d
                 copies       w ere
                 on the final printing and delivery.

       ⇒ Agrarian Reform Fund

            In 2011, five (5) livelihood projects w ere approved with a total project cost of
            P 4,927,875.95 covering total of 174.5 hectares wherein 14.5 hectares were
            devoted to enrichment planting of mangrove areas with aquaculture and the
            remaining 150 hectares were for agro-forestry development.

            As of to date, a total of 125.25 hectares or (73% ) of the total targets have
            been developed by the beneficiaries into agro-forestry scheme. The
            provinces that have already established agro-forestry farms are: Quezon
            with 60.75 hectares or (82% ); Rizal with 50 hectares or (100% ); and Cavite
            with 39.50 hectares or (79% ) of the targets have been developed. The
            completion of thiese projects is slated until June of 2012. The summary of
            cy 2011 CBFM-CARP P roject Implementation by province is shown as
            Annex III-15.

       ⇒ CBFM IMPLEMENT ATION FRAMEWORK

            The operationalization of CBFM is covered under four stages which are: 1)
            P reparatory Stage; 2) P O Formation and Issuance of T enure Instrument; 3)
            Planning Stage; and 4) Implementaton Stage.

                 In the preparatory stage, the primary activities are information
                 dissemination and identification of potential areas for CBFM project. T o
                 support the attainment of the latter, the forest land use plan and
                 comprehensive development plan of the LGU are important inputs as
                 reference materials. T he participation of the LGU and other
                 organizations as partners is vital since CBFM needs support from all
                 sectors to achieve its objectives.

                 For the second stage, the activities are focused on the application for
                 CBFMA, community appraisal, PO formation and issuance of CBFMA.
                 The conduct of these activities pave the w ay for the desired end-result
                 which is the tenurial instrument (CBFMA) that provides P O the
                 opportunity to contribute for better environment and earn socio-
                 economic gains through livelihood enterprises.


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                 The third stage (planning) sets the pace for P O to come up with their
                 own plan anchored on the Community Resource Management
                 Framew ork which embodies the community’s vision, mission, objectives,
                 management scheme and benefit-sharing system. This will guide the PO
                 in the sustainable use of resources as “forestland manager.” and;

                 With regards to the implementation stage, the activities are centered on
                 capacity building of P Os, linkaging for financial and technical support,
                 monitoring and evaluation and identifying lessons learned from the
                 conduct of the project as defining measures for improvement.

                The prominent outputs in the application of the four stages include map
             of the CBFM area, approved CBFMA,registered P O, Community Resource
             Management Framew ork and Five-year Workplan , livelihood enterprises,
             area developed, linkages with other organizations/institutions and
             increased support from all concerned sectors.

► Soil Conservation and W atershed M anagement:

    In the conservation and preservation of soil stability, fertility and in the
    management of w atersheds, preparatory activities prior to area development or
    planting w ere conducted. A total of 44-hectares of stream-bank w ere
    surveyed, mapped and assessed regionwide. Contract aw arding for
    rehabilitation or planting were selected thru bidding. For the year, the 44
    hectares of stream banks w ere fully developed. A total of 35, 996 assorted
    forest tree species, with 500 fruit bearing trees, and 4, 116 bamboo cuttings
    were planted with different spacing based on the profile and situation on the
    grounds or area. The detailed locations and activities conducted w ere presented
    as T able III-17.
 Table I II-17. Loc ations of Riv er/ Streambank Stabilization /Rehabilitation.

      Province                          Location                          Area                       Remarks/Activities Undertaken
  (PENRO/CENRO)                                                         ( has. )

 Total                                                                    44

 Bat angas                                                                6

    Calaca            Lumbang na Bat a River, Brgy. Lumbang               6        Contrac t awarded to Mr. Aguado of Talisay, Batang as. . A tot al of
                      na Bata, aff air, Bat angas                                  4,896 assorted seedlings of narra and molave with an averag e
                                                                                   height of two (2) feet were planted with a spacing of 3.5m X 3.5m.
                                                                                   Hedgerows of kakawate and napier grass were also plant ed along
                                                                                   erodible areas of the river
 Cavite               Guyam River; Brgy. Guyam Malaki, In-                6        Project was awarded to Mr. Russel Lumines with address at Regina
                      dang, Cavite (w/in Maragondon Water-                         Ville Classic, Brgy. De Ocampo, Trece Martires City, per job order
                                                                                   dated May 20, 2011 and contract of service dated June 1, 2011.
                      shed)
                                                                                   Planted w/ narra and mahogany with a spacing of 3m x 4m.
 Laguna               So. Malamig, San Pablo City, Lagun a                6        Awarded thru contract to Sto. Niño Farmers Agroforestry Assn. in
                                                                                   So. Sto. Niño,Bgy. Tala, Rizal, Lagun a. A total of 4,500 narra, 900
                                                                                   bamboo, 100 kupang and 2,000 mahogany were planted.
 Quezon                                                                   20

                      Tigkay and Cawayan Rivers, at Sos. Tigkay                    contract and awarded to Mr. Rolly Lamintao of Infant a, Quezon A
    Real              & Kakaway an, Brgy. Mags aysay, In-                 4        total of 400 bamboo cuttings were planted with a spacing of 10m x
                      fanta,Quezon                                                 10m.

                      Hanaw-han aw & Along Ibia Creek at Brgy                      Two thousand (2,000) bamboo cuttings/seedlings and five hundred
                                                                          4
    Pagbilao          Camays a, Tay abas, Quezon                                   (500) assorted fruit bearing trees were planted in the area.

                      Sangirin River, Brgy Sangirin, Perez, Que-                   A total of 816 bamboo cuttings were planted with 7m x 7m spacing.
    Gumaca            zon (located inside Alabat Forest Reserve)          4        The contract was awarded to Kalipunan ng Liping Pilipina (KALIPI) of
                                                                                   Bgy. Sang arin, Perez, Quezon

                      Kabibihan River, Brgy. Del Rosario, Guin-                    Planted with 8,500 seedlings of mahogany and narra w/ spacing of
                                                                          4
    Calauag           yangan, Quezon                                               2m x 3m. Contract awarded to For. Antonio Miranda

                      Tagabas Riv er, Brgy. Bolo, Cat anau an,                     planted 4,000 mahogany and directly planted 12,000 ipil-ipil using
                                                                          4
    Catan auan        Quezon                                                       1.5m X 1.5m spacing.

 Rizal                Nay on River, Sta. Ines, Tanay, Rizal               6        awarded to Mr. Jory N. Tamondes of Bgy. Sta. Ines, Tan ay, Rizal.
                                                                                   Planted w/ forest trees, napier grass, banana suckers, Rattan, fruit
                                                                                   trees, Ras a grass, K akawate, ipil-ipil and bamboo.


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                                                                 4 has. Streambank inTigkay & Kakawayan




                        Are a for Rive rbank Re habilitation Proje ct at Brgy. Bolo, Catanauan, Que zon.




       •    Streambank Rehabilitation under the PDAP of Congressmen:

            For CY 2011, CALABARZON Region w as lucky enough to have another
            approved project for w atershed and streambank rehabilitation with a total
            budget of 21M under the P riority Development Assistance P rogram (P DAP )
            of four (4) Congressmen from three (3) provinces of Laguna (10M), Quezon
            (8M ), and Rizal (3M ). The project aims to develop/rehabilitate total of
            1,400 hectares of degraded w atershed areas and strembanks. The approve
            project have a continuing funds up to year 2012.

                 In the province of the Laguna — the projects were concentrated at the
                 4th district under the jurisdiction of Cong. Edgar San Luis. The province
                 has a target of 665 hectares and should be planted with 333,500
                 seedling. The approved plan w as concentrated only on the three (3)
                 municipalities namely P akil, Sta. Maria and Majayjay. How ever, upon
                 consultation with the congressman, he requested that if possible include
                 all the 16 municipalities of the 4th District for rehabilitation. This is for
                 the reason that all these municipalities are within the four (4) w atershed
                 area of Laguna. The Balanac, Lewin Creek, San Antonio and Sta. Cruz
                 w atershed, hence the revision of plan. As of to date, a total of 106
                 hectares had already been developed in the municipalities os Magdalena
                 (5), Sta. Cruz (35), Famy (6), P angil (25) and P agsanjan (35), and planted
                 with a total of 150,000 seedlings of different forest tree species.

                  For the Province of Quezon — the projects are under the jurisdiction of
                 Cong. Mark Enverga of 1st District and Cong. Irvin M. Alcala of 2nd
                 District. They have already been developed the year targets of 535
                 hectares and planted a total of 166,500 seedlings. The projects were
                 concentrated to the 3 major critical w atersheds, namely; (1) Agos
                 Watershed (200), Janagdong Watershed (195), and Lagnas Watershed
                 (140), and;


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         In the P rovince of Rizal — the actual site rehabilitation activitie w ere not
        yet started, they are on the preparatory and site identifications only but
        they already accomplished theirr targets on seedling production of a
        total of 100,000. This is under Cong. Joey Roy Duavit of 1st District.

► Forestl and Boundary Delineation and Landuse Assessment:

         The Forestland Boundary Delineation and Assessment (FLBDA) is a
      priority program of the DENR since CY 2000 under DAO No. 2000-24 to
      delineate and establish the permanent limits of forestland boundaries on
      the grounds. P resently, it w as continued under DAO No. 2008-24, a revised
      guidelines for the assessment and delineation of boundaries between
      forestlands, national parks and agricultural lands. The provision also
      stated to finish the w hol e activity in this year 2011.

         This project aims to delineate and assess all existing Forestland and A
      & D lands and determine their present status and create a base map for
      better management and development within the region. This also aims to
      provide more accurate information on the total area of Forestlands and A &
      D lands in each province.

          The project is specifically conducted by the Region Land Evaluation
      P arty (LEP ) . The LEP teams and other DENR personnel are combined to
      compose the Regional Assessment and Delineation Teams (RADT s) to
      execute the project regionwide.

        For the year CY 2011, the RAD T eams were tasked to conduct the
      delineation and assessment activities for the remaining targets in the
      province of Quezon under regul ar funds how ever, 2010 budget w hich
      became continuing appropriation in 2011 w as tagged under NPS-
      ENRMP. For that budget 64 kil ometers and 1,294 kilometers target,
      respectively both located in the province of Quezon.

         Based on the guidelines, the Geographic Information System (GIS) T eam
      of LEP prepared all the maps needed before the actual ground assessment
      and delineation. Thematic maps were prepared and composed of the
      following:
         1) Legal and Regulatory;
         2) Land Use/Land Cover;
         3) Slope;
         4) Elevation;
         5) Geologic/Soil;
         6) Drainage/River Netw ork;
         7) Road Netw ork;
         8) Geo-Hazard;
         9) Base Map with existing tenurial instrument;
       10) T opographic/DMA;
       11) Climate;
       12) Cadastre.

         Thematic maps were used to prepare the indicative maps and determine
      the current potential of Forestland and A & D lands within 500 meters on
      both sides. The current land cover or vegetation, slope and land use,
      especially if it is already a built-up area, w ere noted and marked on the
      map. During the actual assessment (primary data gathering), those

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             information from secondary data w ere validated and actual ground
             situation w ere noted.
                        The pre-determined Forestland and A & D boundaries were relocated
                    and the actual status in terms of land use on both sides of the
                    boundary line (500 meters) w as assessed.       The areas previously
                    determined which passed the criteria on either reversion to forestland
                    or to be released as A & D were validated and staked (using PVC pipes)
                    based on the prescribed dimension.

                       Before the actual field assessment, orientation/w orkshop w as
                    conducted by the RAD T eams to CENRO/PENRO personnel. Meetings
                    and coordination were conducted to LGUs and stakeholders.

                        This year 2011, the team w ere able to del ineate a total of 354
                    kil ometers; 64 kms. in the municipalities of San Narciso (43), and
                    Unisan (21). Also, delineated 290 kms. in the remaining municipalities
                    of
                    Guinyangan (47), Gumaca (94), Lopez (54) and P adre Burgos/P agbilao
                    (95).

                       In the case of the municipality of San Narciso, there w ere a total of
                    nine (9) blocks of forestlands, eight (8) of which w ere retained as
                    forestland and only one (1) w as recommended as non-conforming to
                    forestland. Sample of blocks is presented below as T able F-18 and
                    sample maps shows as Figures III-12 & III-13.
             Table I II -18 . Sample Table of Description of Delineated and Assessed Areas in Quezon Province


             SAN NARCI SO BLOCKS
                                                     Landsli
                                                             Floodin
                                                       de       g         Tenurial
              Blk      Slope         Landcover       Suscep                           Cadastre       Allocation
                                                             Suscept    I nstrument
                                                        t

                B      0-8%      Mangrove fore st   Low      High      Samahan ng     With       Re tain Fore stland
                                                                       Mangingisda    cadastre

                H      0-8%      Mangrove fore st   Low      High      Bayanihan sa   With       Re tain Fore stland
                                                                       Pangangalaga   cadastre

                A      0-8%      Mangrove fore st   Low                Ilog Bigo    With         Re tain Fore stland
                                                                       Buklod       cadastre
                F      0-8%      Other land,        Low      Low       Magsasaka at None         Non-Conforming to
                                 cultivate d,                          mangingisda               Fore stland
                                 pe re nnial crop

                I      0-8%      Other land,        Low      High      Samahang       With       Re tain Fore stland
                                 cultivate d,                          Bantay         cadastre
                                 pe re nnial crop                      Kalikasan

                J      0-8%      Other land,          Low    High      Samahan ng                Re tain Fore stland
                                 fishpond,cultivate d                  Maliliit…
                                 , annual crop
                C      0-8%      Other land,          Low    High      San Juan       With       Re tain Fore stland
                                 cultivate d,                          Fishe rfolks   cadastre
                                 pe re nnial crop

                G      0-8%      Mangrove fore st   Low      High      None           With       Re tain Fore stland
                                                                                      cadastre

                E      0-8%      Mangrove fore st   Low      High      None           None       Re tain Fore stland




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           For the municipality of Unisan, a total of 11 blocks w ere assessed
       and delineated, seven (7) of w hich were retained as forestland and four
       (4) of which were allocated as non-conforming to forestland.




Figures III-12 & 13 . Maps showing the 6.62 kms. assessed and delineated area in San Narciso,

      Likewise, also assessed a
   total of 1,057 kilometers of
   forestland boundaries in the
   following        municipalities;
   Agdangan (6), Atimonan (64),
   Calauag (17), Guinyangan
   (61), Gumaca (94), Infanta
   (56), Jomalig (22), Lopez (54),
   Lucena (54), P adre Burgos/
   P agbilao (139), P atnanungan
   (145), P itogo (17), Real (177),
   San     Andres      (23),     San
   Francisco (21), T agkaw ayan
   (36) and T ayabas (71). T he
   slight    increased      of     39
   kilometers on the actual area
   or boundary assessed in the
   municipalities      of      P adre
   Burgos, 28 and 11 kilometers
   in P atnanungan, all in the
   province of Quezon. T he
   sample maps of assessed area
   iare presented as Figures III-
   14 and III-15.



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                 The numbers of planted P olyvinyl Chloride (P VC) pipe w ere also taken
              into account. A total of 870 PVC pipes were planted by the RAD T eams in
              all respective target areas in the province of Quezon.




             Figures III-14 & III-15   . Map showing the topography of RADT 2 assessed area in Infanta,




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         Further, for this year CY 2011, the Region has al ready compl eted
      in the assessment and deliniation of forestland boundaries within
      the CALABARZON Region. A total of 4,000 kil ometers of forestland




Figure III-16   . Map showing the assessed and delineated forestland in CALABARZON Region
      boundary w ere assessed and delineated in the following povinces:
      Cavite—136 kms.; Laguna—105 kms.; Batangas—639 kms.; Rizal—310
      kms.; and Quezon—2,810 kms. These are composed of 372 blocks of
      assessed and delineated forestland, 21 blocks of which are non-
      conforming to forestland while 351 blocks are retained to forestland
      covering an area of approximately 14, 924.98 hectares. (See Annex III-
      16.)

          The CALABARZON Region has a total land area of 1,622,861
      hectares, out of these, 570,913 hectares or 35% are forestland.
      Therefore, if the result of this project will be approved, the region will
      have a total of 443,158 hectares or 27% forestl and area, a reduction
      in forestland area of 8%. The map showing the assessed and delineated
      forestland area is presented below as Figure III-16.


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       ► For Drafting of Bills

                 The draft bills of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon were all
             finished and ready for evaluation by the National Assessment and
             Delineation Committee (NADC).

                 The sample final maps and draft bills were presented as Annexes III-
             17 and 18, respectively.

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► P rotected Area Management

    For Protected Area M anagement: T he establishment/disestablishment of
initial components remains as one of the priority activities under this program.
Consistent with the provisions of the NIP AS Act, the sector conducted the following
activities:

   •   Establishment of PA’s and Designation and Management of Critical Habitat

         Identification and Assessment of Critical Habitat

         In pursuance to the mandate of conserving and
         protecting wildlife resources, four (4) sites outside
         protected areas had been identified and assessed
         for possible establishment as critical habitats. These
         4 sites w ere considered as such since there are Photograph showing thearea of
                                                                        winged Stilt in fishpond
                                                                                                    Black-

         endemic and threatened wildlife species whose Brgy. Pinagbayanan, San Juan.
         survival are vulnerable to various
         man -mad e     p res s ur es/ thr e ats.       Unisan Critical Habitat (Marine T urtle Nursery

         However, for this year, activities
         undertaken focused only on site
         assessment and mapping. Distinct
         features of the four identified sites
         is shown in Tabl e II-19.

          Table III-19. I dent ified and As s ess ed Crit ical Habit at

                        Locat ion                                             Des cription
          1.   Pinagbayanan Crit ical        It has an area of 4 hect ares , 1 hect are mangrove and 333.0 hect ares
               Habit at                      fores hore. It s erves as feeding area for local an d migrat ory birds and
               Brgy Pinagbayanan,            nesting s it e for marine t urt les.
               San Juan, Bat angas
                                             Some of t he w ildlife s pecies obs erved w it hin t he area are marine
                                             t urtles , Black-winged St ilt (Himant opus himant opus) , Philippine Duck
                                             ( Anas luzonica) , et c
          2.   Philippine Teak Critical      It inhabits an est imat ed populat ion of 19,320 Philippine Te ak in 14
               Habit at                      Barangays of Lobo, Bat angas . Pres ence of ot her w ildlife s pecies w ere
               Lobo, Bat angas               als o not ed in t he area w hich include M alabayabas ( Gardenia
                                             pseudopsidium), Dog-faced bat ( Cynopt erus brachyot is), et c
          3.   Dagat an Lake, Brgy           W ith an approximat e area of 33.0 hect ares w ith veget at ive cover t ype
               Palale, Tayabas ,             of reprodu ct ion brus h, res idual forest , agricult ural are a and gras s land.
               Quezon                        The area is t ropical rainforest compos ed mainly of dipt erocarp s pecies
                                             s uch as dipt erocarpus , s horea and paras hore a.

                                             The w at ershed s urrounding t he lake s erves as dw ellin gplace t o
                                             numerous endemic & t hreat ened flora & fauna                    s pecies like
                                             M akaasim ( Syzygium nit idum), Narra ( Pt erocarpus indicus), Yakal
                                             ( Shorea ast ylosa), Vis ayan Tarict ic Hornbill (Penelopides panini), Luzon
                                             Bleeding Heart ( Gallicolumba luzonica), Philippine M acaque
                           Dagatan Lake
                                             (M acaca fascicularis), M onit or Lizards (Varanus spp.) , et c.
          4.   Unis an Critical Habit at ,   identified as feeding and nes t ing s it es for marine t urt le s pecies s uch as
               Brgys Ilayang K alilayan,     Green Sea Turt le (Chelonia mydas) , Haw ks bill Turtle ( Eret mochelys
               Punt a, M aput at and         imbricat a) , Olive Ridley Turt le (Lepidochelys olivacea) and
               M alvar, U ns an Quezon       Loggerhe ad Turt le (Carett a carett a

         The threats identified are generally human activities such as wildlife
         habitat disturbance and/or destruction and wildlife hunting and
         poaching. The concerned Local Government Units (LGUs) on the other
         hand, have approved ordinances/resolutions for the protection of the
         wildlife species and their habitat.


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              Management of Critical Habitat for Giant Fruit Bats (Acerodon jubatus and
              Pteropus vampyrus)

              The Critical Habitat Management Plan for giant fruit bats (Acerodon
              jubatus and Pteropus vampyrus) in San Juan, Rosario and Lobo,
              Batangas      generally aims to protect the remaining population of
              endangered golden-crowned fruit bats (Acerodon jubatus) and giant flying
              fox (Pteropus vampyrus) from illegal hunting and habitat destruction
              while providing alternative livelihood opportunities to local people
              through ecotourism in the uplands of San Juan, Rosario and Lobo,
              Batangas. The plan also specified key management issues identified, site
              management strategies, administration/management and financial
              requirements for the project implementation.          However, the final
              consultation of the CHMP with the LGUs, NGOs and other stakeholders
              is yet to be scheduled thru proper coordination with all concerned.

              However, consultation meeting with the Community-Based Forest
              Management Agreement (CBFMA) holders within San Juan, Batangas
              w as conducted by the on 29 November 2011. Members of the tw o
              CBFMA holders within the timberland blocks of the said municipality
              namely, Sapangan Upland Farmers Association (SUFA) and Samahang
              Magbubukid ng Mataas na Lupa sa P ulang Bato, Inc. were provided
              information about the proposed establishment of Critical Habitat for
              Giant Flying Fox and Golden Crowned Fruit Bats in San Juan, Batangas.
              Brgy. Officials and residents also attended the information campaign.

              Moreover, patrolling activities have been undertaken for the protection of
              the area against illegal hunting activities.

              P reparation of Draft Presidential Proclamation/Draft Bill

              Draft P residential Procl amation for Infanta-Real P rotected Landscape
              located at Brgys Magsaysay and Gumian municipality of Infanta and
              Brgy Caw ayan municipality of Real, province of Quezon w as prepared
              and submitted to Region Office. The Regional NIPAS Review Committee
              (RNRC) recommended this WFR to be included under NIP AS with
              category under P rotected Landscape.

              On the other hand draft P A Bill for T aal Volcano P rotected Landscape
              w as also prepared and submitted. This draft bill w as coordinated with
              Congressman Nelson Collantes of the 3rd District of Batangas for
              sponsorship.

              P rotected Area Demarcation/Delineation

              Since Mt Banahaw -San Cristobal P rotected Landscape had been enacted
              into law by virtue of Republic Act No. 9847 its boundaries had been
              delineated and demarcated on ground. The Regional Assessment and
              Delineation T eams (RADT ’s) recovered total of ten (10) monuments
              along the old P rotected Area boundary while all the boundaries of Mt
              Banahaw -SCP L per RA9847 within the provinces of Laguna (San P ablo,
              Rizal and Nagcarlan) and Quezon (Dolores and Candelaria) were
              delineated covering 28-kilometer stretch. T otal of 126 pieces of 15cm
              X 15cm X 50cm concrete monuments were pl anted .



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•   Management of P rotected Areas

       P rotected Area Management P lanning

       In compliance with the NIP AS Act on the management planning process,
       the Region prepared management pl an for Infanta W atershed Forest
       Reserve or Presidential Procl amation 158. The plan aims to protect
       and manage the existing w atershed resources to achieve a desired w ater
       quality, stable w ater flow regime, conserve biological diversity and uplift
       socio economic condition of adjacent communities in accordance with the
       format prescribed by Rule 10 of DAO 2008-26. This plan w as presented to
       the newly created PAMB and w as approved for it is in accordance with the
       prescribed format under Rule 10 of DAO 2008-26..

       Creation of Protected Area Management Boards (PAMB)

       The sector had w orked out for the creation of eight (8) Protected Area
       M anagement Boards (PAMB’s), seven (7) additional sites and one (1) for
       initial component of the National Integrated P rotected Area System
       (NIPAS). However, flexibilities were considered due to some circumstances
       affecting in the process of creating the target PAMB’s.

       ► For Mt Malarayat Forest Reserve, instead of creating PAMB, the existing
         Council will be expanded and strengthened
         thru the creation of Expanded Headw aters
         Council for the whole range of Malarayat FR.
         This shall be composed of DENR, City
         Council and ENRO of Lipa City PUSOD,
         NAPOCOR, Water District, and LGU of
         Tiaong, Quezon and part of Laguna

          Composition of the Expanded Headw ater Council will lead to the
         issuance of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) and Special Order and/
         or City Ordinance from Lipa City wherein at present is still under
         negotiation.

       ► For P ollillo WFR, documentation for      the submitted nominees per
         recommendation of the Municipal Mayor of P olillo, Quezon thru E.O.
         No. 09-2011 dated June 13, 2011w as forw arded to PAWB for issuance
         of the Certificate of Appointment by the DENR Secretary. As of this
         date, Certificates of Appointment have not been issued yet.

       ► For Minasaw a Island GRBS, an intermin PAMB had been created.

       ► For Mapanghi and Sumuot Caves and P anukulan Watershed, since they
         are under New Conservation Areas in the Philippine P roject (New CAPP ),
         a a DENR-UNDP -GEF special projec, their Local Conservation Area
         Management Councils were considered their PAMB’s.

       ► For Masungi Rock, a Memorandum of Agreement (M OA) betw een DENR
         and LGU of T anay, Rizal had been forged for its management

         Mayor Rafael T anjuatco of T anay, Rizal had endorsed a pre-membership
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            PAMB Operationalization

                                                           Sev enteen          (17 )
                                                           protected       are as
                                                           region-w ide         are
                                                           e f f i c i e n tl y
                                                           man age d          an d
                                                           op e r a ti on al i z e d
                                                           thru the conduct
                                                           of regular, execom and special meetings in
                                                           which sixty-tw o (62) PAMB meetings were
              RED R.A. Juan presiding PAMB meeting for QPL
                                                           conducted during the year. See Annex III –
            19 for list of P A’s with operational P AMB’s.

            Biodiversity Monitoring System
                                                   Table III-20. Es t ablis hed M onit oring Sit es for BM S
            Bi od i v e r s i ty M on i to r i n g Mt. Palay-palay M NGPL Quezon Prot ect ed
            Sys te m i s a c on tin uous (Cavit e)                        Lands cape ( Quezon
            process done twice a year 1. M alauyas , Brgy Sapan g,         1. Pinagbande rah an Peak,
            (2nd and 4th quarters of the                Ternat e              At imonan
                                                    2. So. Cacabay, Brgy   2. Buenavist a Spot , Pag
            ye ar ) thr ough gath ering/                Pinags angahan B,     bilao
            collection of data on natural               M aragondon        3. M agnet Sit e, Pag bilao
            biological resources and their 3. So. M urang Dalig, Brgy      4. Us li t rans ect , Padre
                                                        Pinags angahan,       Burgos
            utilization.        Methods being           M aragondon        5. Guit ong t rans ect , Padre
            used        are: transect w alk, 4. So. K ayt aco,                Burgos
            focus group discussion, photo               Pinags angahan,
                                                        M aragondon
            d oc umen tation and fiel d
            diary. The main concern of the system is to have a comparative analysis to
            identify a trend in biodiversity.

            Mt P alay-P alay Mataas na Gulod and Quezon Protected Landscapes are the
            tw o protected areas subjected to this Biodiversity Monitoring System. Lists
            of established monitoring sites is shown in T able III-20.

                    Significant findings and observations based on comparative analysis of
                    2nd and 4th quarter of BMS reports are as follow s:

            1. Mt P alay-palay Mataas na Gulod P L

               ⇒ There is        a negligible differences on the
                    biodiversity and activities observed within the
                    area. Both reports showed that the protected
                    area is largely occupied by open canopy of
                    matured second grow th forest with small
                    portions of mixed brushland and
                    grassland including patches of cultivated
                    lands such as the Aldeguer quarry road

               ⇒ Minimal changes on the number of priority birds and other important
                    wildlife species spotted in the area.

               ⇒     Focus Group Discussion highlighted the issue on the adverse claims,
                    encroachment and/or land disputes within the protected area which
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   2. Quezon P rotected Landscape

    ⇒ Its vegetative cover ranges from slightly
        mossy virgin and second-grow th forest
        dominated with Philippine Mahogany
        and other premium species to residual
        forest with open portion due to
        rampant lumber and rattan extraction
        and clearing/kaingin. It is prevalently           During the focus group discussion for QPL
        planted with coconut, mahogany and
        short seasoned crops

    ⇒ Issues/problems on squatters within the P A including the tapping of
        w ater for domestic consumption and car w ashing business within the
        New Diversion Road and park aide volunteers along the zigzag road
        were resolved with formulated solutions for action of the P AMB


Ecotourism Development

⇒ Evaluation and Submission of Proposed Ecotourism Projects

   From year 2011 to 2013 the RED of DENR-4A is the chairperson of the
   Regional Ecotourism Committee which previously chaired by the
   Department of T ourism (DOT ). During the year, the Committee conducted
   tw o (2) meetings, on July 14, 2011 and December 12, 2011.

   T urning-over of chairmanship took place during the first REC meeting, from
   Department of T ourism (DOT ) to DENR. Highlights of the tw o meetings were
   presentation of the proposed ecotourism development plans, current status
   of the different ecotourism projects and results of the monitoring and
   evaluation of ecotourism projects undertaken by Ecotourism Monitoring and
   Evaluation Teams of the different provinces. T hese projects are within the
   different P rotected Areas region-wide.

⇒ Creation of Ecotourism Monitoring and Evaluation T eam (EMET )

   P r ov i n c i al  Eco to u ri s m
   M onitorin g and Ev al uation
   Team (EM ET) w as created by
   virtue of Regional Special Order
   no. 152 dated April 26, 2011.
   This is in pursuance to Section
   7.4 of the Joint DENR-DOT
   Memorandum Circular No. 98-
   02.     The team composition is
   from DENR Regional and field
   offices and representatives from
   Department of T ourism (DOT ),
   P rovincial T ourism Offices and EMET preliminary meeting held on May 24, 2011 at the ORED
                                      Conference Room, DENR 4A, DENCRIS Business Center, Ha-
   NGO’s representatives. Basically, lang, Calamba City.
   the team w as created to monitor
   and evaluate the implementation of ecotourism projects within the
   CALABARZON region .


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               However, as agreed by the REC during its
            regular meeting on July 14, 2011, the aforesaid
            special order w as amended by virtue of Joint
            DENR-DOT Regional Special Order No. 2011-270
            dated August 11, 2011 signed by the then RED
            Nilo B. T amoria and the Regional Director, DOT
            Southern T agalog Region, Dir. Louella C. Jurilla.
            The order had essentially created the REC T echnical Working Group (TWG)
            which will be assisted by the EMET ’s created by previous special order. The
            specific functions of the REC-T WG and EMET were also defined in the
            aforesaid revised RSO.

       ⇒ Monitoring and Evaluation of Ecotourism P rojects

            The        monitoring       and
            evaluation     of   ecotourism
            projects within        protected
            areas w as undertaken in
            accordance        with       the
            recommended           indicators
            cited in the report dated July
            15, 2011 of the Department
            of T ourism Re: Development                  Hermano Puli Shrine in MBSCPL,      Tumiis Falls in Alabat Watershed
            of a Database and Monitoring
            Framew ork for Ecotourism
            P rojects. Listed below are the
            proposed       and      existing
            ecotourism         development
            projects within        protected
            areas which were already
            assessed by the concerned                    Park Lagoon and Tourist In formation Office and Pav ilion Park in

            monitoring and evaluation
            teams: (T able III–21)

                    Table III-21. Eco tourism Projects Assessed, CY 2011
                          TEAM           PROTECTED AREA                    ECOTOURISM PROJECT/PLAN
                    EM ET for         Mts. Banahaw -San        Development       Plan       for  K ilangin Falls ,
                    Quezon            Crist obal Prot ect ed   “Ecot ourism Tow ards Res ource M anagement
                                      Lands cape               and Communit y-Bas ed Ent erpris e Building”,
                                                               Brgy. Novaliches , Liliw , Laguna
                                                               The w at erfalls , caves and t ourist s pots in Brgy.
                                                               Lalo, Tayabas , Quezon
                                      Quezon Prot ect ed       Ecot ourism Development Plan of t he Local
                                      Lands cape                                       t
                                                               Government U nit of A imonan, Quezon for
                                                               Quezon Prot ect ed Lands cape
                                      Alabat W at ers hed      Ecot ourism Development /Business Plan for
                                      Fores t Res erve         Alabat W at ers hed Fores t Res erve - Tumiis Falls ,
                                                               Brgy. Villa Nort e, Alabat , Quezon
                                      Buenavist a Prot ect ed Ecot ourism Development Plan of Buenavist a
                                      Lands cape              Prot ect ed Lands cape, Brgy. Buenavist a,
                                                              Mulanay, Quezon
                    EM ET for Rizal   Pamit inan Prot ect ed   Ecot ourism Development Plan of t he Local
                                      Lands cape               Government Unit of Rodriguez, Rizal for
                                                               Pamit inan Prot ect ed Lands cape
                                      M arikina W at ershed    Sapinit Falls in Brgy. San Juan, Ant ipolo Cit y
                                      Res ervat ion




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P atrolling within P rotected Areas

        Eighteen(18) protected
areas covering approximately
172 , 60 3     h ec tar e s ar e
continuously protected thru
patrolling and surveillance of
violators from any illegal
activities and apprehension
and confiscation/seizure of
illegally-collected resources.
See list of P A’s in Annex III-20.

Management Zoning

    For effective and efficient management each and every protected area should
be divided into two management zones: Strict P rotection Zone (SPZ) and Multiple
Use Zone (MUZ) consistent with its designated category. For the year, eighty
(80) concrete monumentations were stacked to demarcate the corner
monuments of the three (3) protected areas namely: Mt P alay-palay Mataas na
Gulod, Mt Banahaw -San Cristobal and Maulaw in Spring P rotected Landscapes.
It covers approximately tw enty-one kil ometer-l ength.

    For Mt Banahaw -San Cristobal PL, length of ten (10) kil ometers have been
delineated and planted with 31 monuments covering cultivated and residential
areas, plantations, and open-brush lands.

    For Mts P alay-palay Mataas na Gulod P L length of six (6) kilometers w ith a
total area of 152 hectares w as delineated as strict protected zone (SPZ) and
planted with twenty-four (24) concrete monuments with a dimension of 15cm x
15 cm x 50cm diameter. The area surveyed and assessed w as covered with
forest vegetation embracing Pico de Loro peaks.

    For Maulawin Spring P rotected Landscape,   5-kilometer management
zoning w as undertaken which resulted to the delineation of 98.43 hectares
Strict Protection Zone within Brgy Himbubulo Weste, San Pedro I, and
Magsaysay Guinayangan, Quezon and 50.58 hectares Multiple Use Zone.
Tw enty-five (25) concrete monuments have been planted thereat.

Issuance of P rotected Area Community-Based Resource Management Agreement
(P ACBRMA)

Alabat Watershed Forest Reserve (AWFR) and Alibijaban Wilderness Area (AWA)
were the target protected areas for this activity, yet no issuance of P ACBRMA
during the year. Initial consultation with the P A beneficiaries thru ISF projects
w as conducted informing them of the possible conversion of their CSC’s to
P rotected Area Community Based Resource Management Agreement
(P ACBRMA).

In the case of AWA, no occupants are within the P A, instead Alienable and
Disposable (A & D) land are being occupied and outside the territory of
Alibijaban Wilderness Area. A Barangay Certification w as issued on November
26, 2011 clarifying the matter.


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       Sectoral Consultative Meeting

           Sectoral Consultative Meeting was
       conducted on March 10-11, 2011 at
       Grand Villa Resort and Butterfly Center.
       T arget activities and program thrusts of
       the sector were presented and discussed
       during the meeting It w as attended by
       PAWCZMS staff from Region and field                Photograph taken during the conduct of Sectoral Consultative
                                                          Meeting.Photographs showing some areas of Pinagbayanan
       offices. .                                         Critical Habitat.




       • Management Effectiveness Assessment

            Man age me n t Effe c ti ven es s
            A s s e s s me n t (M EA ) w a s
            primarily conducted by the
            P rotected Area Management
            Bo ar d s (P A MBs )/ i n te r i m
            PAMBs within the region to
            evaluate their efficiency in
            terms of fulfilling their duties
            and responsibilities to their
            respective          areas       of
            responsibility. For protected
            areas without PAMB/IPAMB,
            MEA w as conducted by the          Photograph showing the PAMB-AWFR members during
            existing Management Councils,                     the conduct of MEA.

            concerned Local Government Units (LGUs) and protected area staff.

                The following are the P AMBs/MCs/LGUs which had undertaken the
            assessment: 1. P AMBs for T aal Volcano P L, 2.Mts. P alay-P alay/Mataas na
            Gulod PL, 3.Mts. Banahaw -San Cristobal PL, 4.Quezon PL, 5.Binahaan River
            WFR, 6.Maulaw in Spring PL, 7.Buenavista P L, 8.Mulanay P L, 9.Alibijaban
            Wilderness Area, 10.Alabat WFR, 11.Real-Infanta WFR, 12.Marikina WR
            (now , Upper Marikina River Basin P L), 13.P amitinan P L, 14.Kaliw a WFR;
            15.Lipa Head Waters Council (Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve); 16.Masungi
            Rock Management Council (Masungi Rock Formation); and, concerned LGUs
            covered by 17.Ragay Gulf, 18.Dagatan Lake Natural Monument, 19. PP 1636
            (expanded with 20.Kanan Watershed Council) .

                 The tool used by the aforementioned respondents in assessing their
            protected area management effectiveness w as Management Effectiveness
            T racking T ool (METT ) which is in form of a comprehensive questionnaire
            having three data sheets/forms, namely; basic data sheet, protected area
            threats form and, assessment form.

            P artial MEA results and its initial analyses disclosed the following results:

               PAMB’s/MC’s/LGU’s generally perform best in the planning and outcomes
               aspect




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      They lack either in in inputs or outputs phase due to deficiency in budget,
      staff and training and even on law enforcement

With those above findings, recommended actions as adaptive management
strategies are the following:

      out-sourcing of fund       from concerned      LGUs    and Non-Government
      Organizations (NGOs)

      capacitation of protected area staff and local residents as “bantay-gubat

      IEC dissemination/aw areness generation on protected area and wildlife
      law s, rules and regulations.

 However, MEA w as not conducted to MIGRBS due to the management conflict
existed betw een LGU of Burdeos, Quezon, which has the jurisdiction of M IGRBS over
the LGU of Patnanungan, Quezon which claimed a bigger portion of the island. Recently,
both LGUs had formally entered into a co-management agreement with the DENR-
CENRO Real, Quezon thence an interim PAM B was created. Due to time element M EA
cannot be conducted that period. Likewise, M EA was not conducted in Polillo and
Panukulan Watershed Forest Reserves, and Sumuot and M apanghi Caves since those are
under New Conservation Areas in the Philippines Project (NewCAPP) and respondents
were not available those times.

•   Integrated P rotected Area Sub-Fund

    T otal amount of Php 438,347.61w as collected in the form of entrance and
    resource users’ fees from four different PA’s (see T able of Accomplishment for
    details.)

•   Development and Rehabilitation of Marikina Watershed Reservation

    The       Marikina      Watershed
    Reservation is situated in the city
    of    Antipolo    and     in    the
    municipalities      of       Baras,
    Rodriguez, San Mateo and T anay
    in the province of Rizal. It covers
    a total     area of 26,125.64
    hectares.     On November 24,
    2011, His Excellency Benigno
    Simeon C. Aquino III declared
    Marikina Watershed Reservation
    as P rotected Area pursuant to
    Republic Act No. 7586 or the National Integrated Protected Areas System
    (NIPAS) Act of 1992 and shall be known as the Upper Marikina River Basin
    P rotected Landscape (UMRBPL).

    P rotected Area Management

      ⇒ One of the identified activities is the
         comprehensive assessment of all issued
         tenurial instruments and Memorandum
         of Agreements (MOAs) entered into by


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                    DENR with various stakeholders. In order to address this, tw o (2)
                    consultation meetings participated by the stakeholders from San
                    Mateo, Rodriguez, Antipolo City, Baras, and T anay, Rizal were
                    conducted.

                    Calawis Upland Farmers Association, Inc. (CUFAI) , a P ACBRMA issued
                    on December 11, 2002 w as assessed.            T he members of this
                    organization are also beneficiaries of National Greening P rogram and
                    MWR development activities. P er assessment, the main concern
                    besetting the CUFAI are the inactive members.

               ⇒ Conduct of the census of all P rotected Area
                    occupants w as completed in all the barangays
                    spearheaded by the team composed of DENR
                    staff and barangay officials. The SRPAO w as
                    conducted in the barangays of Calawis,
                    Pintong-Bukawe, Sapinit, Boso-boso, Pinugay,
                    San Juan, San Jose, Cuyambay, and San
                    Rafael. How ever, new SRPAO forms w ere
                    provided by Central Office requiring the re-conduct of the said survey.
                    As to date, Brgy. San Jose is the only barangay completely re-surveyed.

                                                     ⇒ P rotected    Area boundaries were
                                                     delineated and demarcated on the
                                                     ground by the teams from the Land
                                                     Evaluation P arty (LEP ). They installed
                                                     markers     within     the    MWR     and
                                                     P roclamation 585 boundaries with 33
                                                     and 35 monuments, respectively. Of the
                                                     total 104 kms, only 63 kms w ere actually
                                                     delineated/relocated with 88 concrete
                                                     monuments.        The team temporarily
                    halted the survey to w ait for the final technical description of MWR that
                    will be issued by the National Mapping and Resource Information
                    Authority (NAMRIA).

               ⇒ The Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) w as operationalized
                    and conducted three (3) meetings to decide on issues/concerns
                    referred to them.

                   Rehabilitation/Restoration of Denuded Areas

                ⇒ PA nursery w as established at So. San Joseph, Brgy San Jose
                     Antipolo City. 6,000 agro-forestry seedlings were procured consisted
                     of     grafted      pomelo,
                     dalandan,      chico   and
                     rambutan. These were
                     distributed to deserving
                     beneficiaries    of    Brgy
                     Calawis, Antipolo City
                     which they planted in
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       ⇒  For     the    smooth      implementation      of
         agroforestry-related activities, 13 beneficiaries
         signed the Letter of Agreeement (LOA) w herein
         a 20-hectare area within the w atershed w as
         planted with various seedlings, cash crops and
         pineapple crowns. Eighteen (18) hectares w ere
         planted by Calaw is Upland Farmers Association
         Inc. (CUFAI) members w hile the tw o
         (2) hectares by beneficiaries from
         Brgy. San Jose.
       ⇒ Stream     bank    stabilization   w as
         undertaken along the 20-hectare area
         of river bank at So. P ayaguan, Brgy
         Calawis, Antipolo City.       This w as
         contracted     to   Calawis     Upland
         Farmers Association, Inc. (CUFAI).        Streambank where narra s eedlings were
       ⇒ P rotected   Area Community-Based                       planted
         Resource Management Agreement
         (P ACBRMA) related activities w ere strictly monitored by the CENR/
         P ENR Offices.

       P atrolling/P rotection

       P rotection activities are being conducted within the four municipalities of
       Rodriguez, Baras, San Mateo, and T anay and city of Antipolo covering
       approximately 26,250 hectares. Constant surveillance and patrol w orks
       resulted to zero illegal activities within the area , hence no apprehension
       of illegally gathered forest products w as reported.
       Establishment   and    Management               of
       Community-based P rograms

       ⇒ P rotected     Area      Community-Based
           Resource     Management        Agreement
           (P ACBRMA) related activities were strictly
           monitored by the CENR/P ENR Offices.

•   Mt Banahaw -San Cristobal P L

       P rotected Area Management

       ⇒   A PAMB Resolution w as enacted during its en
           banc meeting held last December 20, 2011 for
           the formulation of site specific user fee policy.
           Likewise, the partial list of existing economic
           activities and identified revenue generating
           activities in MBSCP L were presented in which
           the Board had decided that the T echnical
           Working Group will convene on the second
           week of January 2012 for the details and
           specifics.




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                  ⇒     Updating of Management Plan is a continuing activity

                  A team for the conduct of SRP AO w as organized, Initial gathering of
                  information on the existing PA occupants in the areas of Laguna side
                  covering the municipalities of Majayjay, Nagcarlan, Liliw, Rizal and San
                  P ablo City w as undertaken using the old forms. Community maps and
                  prescribed forms were not yet accomplished, and will be submitted soon.

                  Rehabilitation/Restoration of Denuded Areas

                  ⇒     Tw o (2) nurseries were established/restored
                        within MBSCP L, located in Nagcarlan, Laguna
                        and Sariaya, Quezon.
                  ⇒     T otal of 34,216 indigenous seedlings have
                        been procured for the 28-hectare development
                        within MBSCPL

      ► For Biodiversity Conservation

        •    Cave Management, Protection and Conservation

                 P ursuant to the provisions of the Republic
             Act No. 9072 otherwise known as the National
             Caves and Cave Resources Management and
             P rotection Act of 2001 and its implementing
             rules and regulations, the DENR Region IV-A has
             programmed assessment of three (3) caves this
             CY 2011.                                                      Palale Cave assesment



                  Assessment of Identified Caves

                  With the Regional Cave Assessment T eam (RCAT ) in place, the Region
                  assessed three (3 )caves situated in different provinces: 1) Kwebang P uti
                  at Brgy P aowin, Cavinti, Laguna; 2) P alale Cave at Brgy Ibabang P alale,
                  T ayabas, Quezon; and 3) Bat Cave at P amitinan P rotected Landscape.

                  ⇒ P alale Cave. It is situated in Sitio Ibayo, Brgy. Ibabang P alale, T ayabas
                      City, Quezon.    It w as assessed in coordination with the Local
                      Government Unit of T ayabas City and
                      T ayabas Mountaineers Association, Inc.

                          This P alale Cave is within the
                      undeveloped titled property of Mr. Luis
                      Araya. It is almost completely covered
                      with guano deposits, evidence that it is a
                      home to a large colony of bats. It is
                      relatively a dry cave due to the absence of
                      underground streams. How ever, an
                      abundant array of limestone formations,
                      boulders and outcrops can also be found
                      therein.
                                                                    Photograph above shows one of those
                          P revious assessment conducted by         numerous swiflets nest with an egg. Below
                      Field Museum of Natural History, the          are some of the stalagmites found inside the
                                                                    Kuw ebang Puti.




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      following were identified found inside the cave: 14 species of cave
      dw elling bats, 2 species of rodents (rats), 3 species of swift lets, 2
      species of snakes, 2 species of frogs, crabs, snails and other craw ling
      insects inside the cave.

           The Regional Cave Committee (RCC)
      has recommended P alale Cave to be
      lined up under Cave Cl ass II, which
      allows visitors’ entry for regulated and
      responsible     eco-tourism     activities.
      T aking into consideration the Cave
      Assessment Report and the RCC’s
      recommendation        on    the     cave’s
      classification,                               T he three of the RCAT members during the actual
                                                    cave survey and mapping – part of the detailed
                                                    cave assessment activity. T his is the particular
    ⇒ Kuw ebang P uti.   It is situated in Brgy     station where the squeeze or tight crawlw ay is
                                                    situated.
      P aowin, Cavinti, Laguna and is along
      the upstream of Lalangaw an River which serves as the physical and
      natural boundary betw een Cavinti, Laguna and Mauban, Quezon. Its
      assessment w as made possible through the assistance of the Municipal
      T ourism Office (MT O) of Cavinti, Laguna. T o get to the site, one has to
      trek 3 to 4 hours along rugged trains on steep terrain. The
      cave’s passage is short. In consideration of the assessment results, the
      RCC recommended Kuwebang Puti to be classified under Cave Cl ass I,
      disclosing important information about the said cave: presence of
      delicate and rare cave formations; with geological hazards such as tight
      crawl w ays/squeezes and thin floor layer in some portions that may
      collapse once it is made open to visitors and habitat of edible nest-
      producing swift lets.

⇒     Bat Cave. It is situated in Sitio Waw a, Brgy San Rafael, Rodriguez,
      Rizal, within P amitinan Protected Landscape and several meters above
      the P amitinan Cave. Its detailed assessment w as undertaken with the
      assistance of the Municipal T ourism Office (MT O) of Rodriguez, Rizal.

           As its name implies, Bat Cave is a home to a large colony of bats
      (both fruit and insect-eating bat species). Though there w ere traces of
      massive guano extraction, some volume could still be found. Its
      passage is relatively dry due to absence of underground streams, but
      despite its dryness, there is a rare geological formation called rimstone
      dam apparently formed long time ago therein. This could be an
      additional attraction/feature of the cave.

          The RCC recommended the Bat Cave under Cl ass II wherein it
      could be opened for responsible eco-tourism.

Drafting/Preparation of Cave Management Plan

      T aking consideration the Cave Assessment Report and the RCC
recommendation comments and suggestions during the assessment
presentation, Cave Management Plan for each assessed cave w as crafted.
These w ere done by concerned PAWCZMS field staff in close coordination
with their respective Municipal T ourism Office and some Barangay and
LGU officials.


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                Operationalization of Regional Cave Committee

                      The Regional Cave Committee ensures that the management,
              protection and conservation of caves of the Region are fully implemented.
              Tw o meetings were held during the year: August 9, 2011 and December 1,
              2011. P resent during those meetings were concerned LGU’s and PAWCZMS
              staff from Region, Laguna, Quezon and Rizal offices. Results of the
              conducted detailed assessment of the 3 caves w ere presented during the
              first meeting wherein for the Committee’s recommendations, comments
              and suggestions.

                      On the other hand, during the 2nd meeting on December 1, 2011
              the proposed management plans of the 3 caves were presented to the
              Committee for deliberation. Comments and suggestions from LGU’s were
              also solicited.

       •    Wildlife Conservation and Protection

                P rocessing and Issuance of P ermits

                Various        applications for permits for wildlife collection, trade and
                scientific researches had been processed and issued: Wildlife Gratuitous
                P ermits, Wildlife Import Clearance (WIC), Wildlife Export Permits (WEP ),
                Wildlife Special Use Permit (WSUP ) and Wildlife Farm Permits (WFP ) ( see
                T able III-22) .

                Table III-22 Wildlife Related Permits Issued, CY 2011
                      No. and Type Permits Issued / Permittees                                                Purpose
                   Ø 3       Wildlife Gratuitous Permits (WGP)
                                 Philippine National Museum                       For the conduct of research studies entitled: 1). A Preliminary
                                                                                  Survey of the Fern Flora of Mt Banahaw and
                                                                                  2). Phylogeography of Damnacanthus indicus (Rubiaceae) to be
                                                                                  conducted at Mts Banahaw-San Cristobal Protected Landscape
                                                                                  (MBSCPL) particularly in Lucban, Quezon
                                 Ms. Emer Gestiada of UPLB-CFNR, College          for her research study entitled, Diversity Analysis of Rhopaocera
                                 Laguna                                           (Lepidoptera) and Habitat Heterogeneity Along Altitudinal
                                                                                  Gradients of Mt Banahaw de Majayjay, Laguna Province,
                                                                                  Philippines
                   Ø 21      Wildlife Import Clearances (WIC)
                                 Quality Gloves Manufacturing Corporation                 i
                                                                                  for the m portation of deer skin leather from USA


                                 Ms. Jhoanna Pajeja                                       i
                                                                                  For the m portation of w heads of red-eared slider from
                                                                                  California, US
                                 Pulido Apparel Co., Inc.                                 i
                                                                                  For the m portation of deer skin leather from Wintech Leather
                                                                                  Co., Inc., Ltd., Hongkong
                   Ø 50      Wildlife Export Permits
                                 Pulido Apparel Co., Inc.                         For the exportation of deer skin leather gloves

                                 Quality Gloves Manufacturing Corporation         For the exportation of leather gloves
                                 Philippine National Museum                       For the exportation of 129 specimens of different ferns

                                 Tayabas Orchids Retailer and Exporter            For the exportation of propagated ornamental plants
                   Ø 4       Wildlife Special Use Permit

                                 Kinder Zoo, Inc.                                 for wildlife exhibition/shows
                   Ø 6       Wildlife Farm Permits
                                 Eightrees Biotech Corp. (new)
                                 Tiger Breeding Farm Project (renewal)
                                 Avilon Wildlife Conservation Foundation, Inc.
                                 (renewal)
                                 Villa Corazon Aviary & Resort Project (renewal
                                 Mt View Bird sFarm (new)
                                 Mr Neil Era Decena (new)




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 P rocessing and Issuance of Wildlife Farm P ermits and Certificate of
 Wildlife Registration

 A total of six (6) Wildlife Farm P ermits (WFP s) were issued thru the
recommendation of the Regional Wildlife Management Committee (RWMC).
Of the six (6) approved WFP ’s three (3) were new permittees and the
other three (3) were renew al of their permits. Moreover, a Certificate of
Wildlife Registration (CWR) w as issued to Mr. Francisco M. Alcasid
covering 15 heads of Philippine Deer (Cervus marianus).

Monitoring and Inspection of Stocks for the Issuance of Local Transport
P ermits

Field     offices region-wide               Table III-23. List of Permittees Issued w/ LTP’s, CY 2011
issued total of 179 local                Batangas                          Rizal
transport permits (LTP ) which             — Pulido Apparel Co.              — Avilon W ildlife Cons ervat ion
monitoring and inspections                     I nc.                             Foundat ion, I nc.
s h oul d     l i k ew i s e    be e n     — Eight rees Biot ech             — SICONBREC
                                               Corp                          — SPFI
conducted prior to issuance                — I NARP, I nc.                   — Tiger Holding Facilit y
which       is part          of   the
                                         Laguna                            Cavite
procedure.            Those LTP ’s         — Qualit y Gloves                 — Res idence Inn
covered the transport of                      M anufact uring                — Cavit e Bot anical & Zoologi-
                                              Corp                              cal Park
various wildlife species, by-
                                           — Philippine Nat ional            — Hien T. Ngo
products or derivatives and                   Mus eum                        — Aust ralian Flow er Farm
some nursery propagated                                                      — Yoki Farm
                                         Quezon                              — M abuhay M aharlika Gar-
plants acquired from legal               — Tayabas Orchids                      den
sources from the point of                       W holes aler & Re-           — M onica A. Boloy
origin     to     the point of                  t ailer                      — M a. Vict oria D. Palma
                                         — Dominican Convent
destination. See T able III-23           Enverga U nversit y
for list of permittees issued            — I ns ular Bot anical I nt’l.
with LTP ’s.


Annual Inspection and Validation of Stocks of Wildlife P ermittees

Annual inspection and validation of                 Table III-24. Permittees Validated/Inspecte d, CY
stocks of some Wildlife Farm                        2011
P ermittees and CWR holders w as                    Batangas                       Laguna
conducted to assess the existing                       •   Villa Corazon Aviary       •    MCP Bird Farm
number and kind of stocks                              •   BMW Realty                 •    Laguna Wildlife Park and
available under their care. This                                                           Rescue Center
                                                       •   INA Research Phils.
undertaking is also conducted prior                    •   Eightrees Bio tech
                                                                                      •    4 CRW hole rs in Sta Rosa,
                                                                                           Laguna
                                                           Corp
to renew al of expired or expiring
permits.     Those inspected and                    Cavite                         Quezon

validated are: (see T able III-24).                    •   Tagaytay Highla nds        •    Russel & Julieta Narte
                                                       •   The Animal Farm            •    Dominic Gamboa
                                                       •   Theresa Quilo              •    Danilo Dizon
                                                       •   Lilian Aaron               •    Warren Co
                                                       •   Mary Jane Louise           •    Leonardo Parasinan
                                                       •   Nemesio Tagasa
                                                                                   Rizal
                                                       •   Edmond de Quiiroz
                                                                                      •    Tiger Holding Facility
                                                       •   Luis Philip Guinday        •    Wilson Tan
                                                       •   Edmond Tirona
                                                                                      •    Mountain View Avia ry, Inc
                                                                                      •    Biofins Trading
                                                                                      •    Meralco Mgt & Leadership
                                                                                           Devt Center


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                Operationalization of Regional Wildlife Management Committee (RWMC)

                        Four (4) Regional Wildlife
                Management Committee meetings
                were convened during the year
                w her ein    new    an d   r enew al
                applications for Wildlife Farm
                P ermits w ere evaluated        and
                deliberated.    Deliberations were
                based on the results of the
                evaluation and assessment on the
                applications duly supported with
                reports and documentations.              Photograph showing the Regional Wildlife Management
                                                                   Committee during their meeting.
            Moreover, thru Regional Special Order No. 2011-291 dated 12 September
            2011, the composition of the members of the RWMC w as amended wherein
            additional members from Foundation for Philippine Environment (FP E) and
            HARIBON Foundation were added.

       •    Enforcement of Wildlife Law s, Rules and Regulations

                 Operationalization of Wildlife T raffic Monitoring Units (WT MU’s)

                         There are tw o (2) Wildlife Traffic Monitoring Units (WTM Us)
                 strategically located in tw o (2) seaports in the region: one in the P ort of
                 Batangas while the other is in the P ort of T alao-talao, Lucena City,
                 Quezon. Various monitoring activities ensuring strict compliance and
                 effective implementation of existing wildlife laws, rules and regulations
                 are being conducted.       Monitoring activities include inspection and
                 validation of the permits issued for shipment of wildlife prior to loading
                 and actual transport.

                        As a result, Batangas WT MU reported the transport of 90 heads of
                 long-tailed monkeys from Del Mundo Trading, San Isidro Breeding Farm,
                 P uerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro to INA Research Philippines, Inc.-
                 P rimate Quality Control Center (INARP -P QCC), Sto T omas, Batangas.
                 Based on the inspection conducted, the shipment is covered by Local
                 T ransport Permits issued by CENRO Calapan, Oriental Mindoro.

                         Monitoring activities at the P ort of T alao-talao, Lucena City were
                 conducted in coordination with the DA-BAI Quarantine Officers, PNP and
                 Philippine Coast Guard.

                 Mobilization Wildlife Enforcement Officers (WEO’s) (Anti-Illegal Wildlife
                 Collection and Trade Operation).

                 Wildlife Enforcement Officers (WEO’s) are
                 constantly being mobilized since they
                 alw ays served as partners in          the
                 enforcement of wildlife laws, rules and
                 regulations.   Regular wildlife monitoring
                 activities and Information, Education and
                 Communication (IEC) campaigns w ere
                 conducted by the Wildlife Enforcement


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 Officers (WEOs) of the Region. One of the accomplishments of these
 WEOs w as close monitoring of wildlife collection and trading specially
 during the issue on rampant illegal collection and trade of Geckos.
 Moreover, the WEOs have also assisted in the activities concerning
 wildlife confiscation, rescue and turn-over. Speicific accomplishments of
 the mobilized WEO’s region-w ide are the following::

Batangas

• Confiscated three (3) heads of monitor lizard along Banay-banay I, Lipa
 City
• Conducted patrolling along coastal areas and highw ays of Lian, Lemery,
 Nasugbu, Calaca, San Luis, Calatagan, Batangas and other possible
 areas for illegal transport/trade of wildlife, in coordination with PNP ,
 MAOs, MENROs, PAF and Bantay Dagat
• P osted advisory against illegal collection and trade of Geckos within the
 municipal compound of different municipalities
• Conducted rescue and release of dolphin in San Diego, Lian municipal
 w ater
• Coordinated with PNP Calaca re: reported dead paw ikan along Balayan
 Bay;
• Rescued and cured stranded marine turtle in P unta Fuego, Nasugbu;
• Conducted pawikan rescue in CAP Ocean, Calatagan

Cavite

• WEO meeting with Lakbay Aral w as held on May 18, 2011 at Cavite City
 Botanical and Zoological P ark (CCBZP ) to update the WEO’s on the latest
 wildlife policies and the plans and programs of the province wherein
 issues and concerns regarding illegal possession of wildlife w as tackled.

 During the meeting it w as agreed that additional WEO’s from the
 municipalities of Naic, Alfonsso, Mendez and T agaytay City be deputized,
 those places being the routes of illegal trading to Metro Manila.


• Brought a   tariktik hornbill on May 18, 2011 to Cavite City Botanical
 and Zoological P ark for temporary safekeeping. w as found in vacant lot
 at Gen. T rias. This tariktik w as found at a vacant lot in Gen. Trias by a
 resident near the area and turned over to CENRO Cavite;

• Rescued eleven (11) heads of geckos at Montefaro Subdivision, Imus,
 Cavite which later brought to Cavite City Botanical & Zoological P ark;

Laguna

• Some WEO’s participated in the confiscation of
  various species in P etkingdom
• Conducted IEC on RA 9147, illegal collection and
  trade of wildlife including migratory birds and
  geckos within the province

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              Quezon

              • 127 heads of kulo-kulo w ere released within the Guinayangan Municipal
                 Forest P ark on March 14, 2011. These birds were rescued in a vacant
                 lot at Brgy Mangagaw a, Guinayangan, Quezon

              • An eaglet w as rescued on March 29, 2011which w as under the custody
                 of Mr. Juan Borja, a CWR holder,

              • An IEC w as conducted on April 19, 2011 at ABC Building, Brgy
                 Calimpac, Guinayangan, Quezon wherein 30 members of the Municipal
                 P eace and Order Council participated.

                 Significant features of RA 9147 w ere discussed as well as the inclusion
                 of wildlife conservation and protection in the MPOC plans and programs
                 to be implemented in the municipality.

              • A   Seminar Workshop with the theme “Environment and Natural
                 Resources Management” w as conducted on April 25 to May 04, 2011 at
                 ABC Building, Brgy Calimpac, Guinayangan, Quezon.

                It w as participated    by barangay captains,
                secretaries and treasurers of 54 barangays, 53
                SK chairpersons, and 378 barangay councilors.

                T opics discussed were: Wildlife Resources and
                P rotection Act (RA 9147) and Ecological Waste
                Management Act (RA 9003).
              • Conducted IEC re: illegal collection and trade of
                geckos in different municipalities of the province
              • Conducted IEC and monitoring of wildlife within
                Cagbalite I and II, Mauban, Quezon and coordinated with the barangay
                chairmen re: marine turtle conservation since the areas were identified
                as marine turtle nesting sites.

              Rizal

              • Conducted meetings discussing issues and concerns on their duties and
                 responsibilities and accomplishments as law enforcers

              • Created task force to conduct monitoring/ surveillance and IEC activities
                 to implement wildlife law s, rules and regulations within the province




              Photographs taken during the T raining-seminar for WEOs of
              Rizal Province.                                              Photograph showing the members of WEO Rizal T ask Force.




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        WEOs from P rovincial Veterinary Office, PNP, DENR and WFP
holders are volunteer members of the task force who likewise attended
training-seminar which provided them reorientation on the provisions of
wildlife laws, rules and regulations

       Upon proper coordination with the P rovincial Government of Rizal,
the WEO T ask Force of Rizal w as created thru a Joint DENR
CALABARZON – P rovincial Government of Rizal Special Order no. 01
dated 20 September 2011. Further, the Wildlife Farm P ermit holders of
Rizal made their voluntary commitments and support to the
operationalization of the WEO T ask Force.

Capacity Building/Orientation on Enforcement of Wildlife Law , Rules
and Regulations

        T raining Seminar for Wildlife
Enforcement Officers w as conducted
on 11 October 2011 at BluRoze
Farm, Lodlod, Lipa City.          The
training-seminar w as participated by
different volunteers from LGU’s and
Philippine National P olice. Resource
speakers from P rotected Areas and
Wildlife Bureau (P AWB) – Ms. Luz
Corpuz and Dr. Glenn Maguad and
T anggol Kalikasan – Atty. Ronely
Sheen discussed relevant topics on
wildlife law enforcement such as
Salient Features of Republic Act
9147, Wildlife Identification and
Handling T echniques and P rotocols
on     Wildlife   Law     Enforcement    Photographs taken during the conduct of training-seminar for
Operation.                               WEOs of CALABARZON Region.


Maintenance and Protection of Wildlife Rescue Center

        The Regional     Wildlife and
Rescue Center is being maintained to
take temporary custody and care of all
confiscated, abandoned wildlife to
ensure their welfare and well-being.
The RWRC is located at Brgy Lamot II,
Calauan, Laguna. Its establishment
started in 2010 and is now undertaken
some development activities         in
preparation for its
f ull    ope r ati on .
The entire area
which has been
s e c ure d by       a
perime ter fence
w as planted with
mal un ggay,
gumame l a        an d


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                 bouganvilla. Crops and fruit trees were planted , banana, papaya,
                 camote, pineapple, bignay, dragon fruit, etc as food sources for wildlife.
                 Water system w as installed and administration building has been
                 improved.

                T urn-over/Confiscation/Rescue of Wildlife

                        T urned-over and rescued wildlife species within the region include
                reticulated python (Python reticulatus), soft-shelled turtle, scops owl (Otus
                megalotis), Philippine macaque (Macaca fascicularis), owl and dolphin.
                The said wildlife species were brought at the identified temporary rescue
                centres of the region such as, Cavite City Botanical and Zoological P ark
                (CCBZP ), Laguna Wildlife P ark and Rescue Center (LWP RC) and BMW
                Realty, Inc. for temporary custody.

                Moreover, on 11 October 2011, the Philippine National P olice (PNP )
                assigned at Lian, Batangas apprehended 63 heads of Hill Mynah (Gracula
                religiosa). Criminal complaint with NP S Docket no. IV-02-INV-11J-00951
                w as filed by the CENRO Calaca, Batangas against the violators of Section
                27 of RA 9147 namely, Florentino T aleon y Amada, Bernardino Carolino y
                Gumuloc, Alejandro Cascara y P anolino, Rocky Sebido y Chavez and
                Lucio Juamaoan y Cascara, all from P alaw an P rovince. The wildlife w ere
                turned-over to the P rotected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (P AWB) for
                safekeeping and proper disposition thru the OIC, Wildlife Regulation
                Section – Ms. Ma. Luz B. Corpuz.

       • Wetlands Conservation

                 Monitoring of Selected P riority Wetlands and Migratory Birds’ Sites

                        As part of the activities for the prevention of bird flu, tw enty-six
                 (26) bodies of w ater which are also birds’ sites are being monitored where
                 Asian w aterbird census w as conducted. See Annex III-21 for the list of
                 migratory birds sites.

                        In the province of
                 Cavite, four (4) species
                 were monitored, namely:
                 Little Egret (705), Black
                 Winged Stilts (40), Plovers
                 (34) and T erns (15). It w as
                 observed that there is a
                 decrease in the number of
                 birds counted compared to
                 previous years’ observation.
                 The decline may possibly be
                 attributed to the on-going
                 coastal road construction R1
                 in Kawit and portion of
                 Bacoor, Cavite.




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Management of Lalaguna Marsh

       Lalaguna Marsh is located near the tip of Lamon Bay and is
approximately eight (8) kilometers southwest of the tow n proper of Lopez,
Quezon. Survey and assessment of the area w as conducted.




        P revious studies and reports revealed that the marsh is 300
hectares during the dry season and 500 hectares during the w et season
(Fabellar 1983). Actual survey using Handheld Global P ositioning System
conducted last May 2011 revealed that the marsh has an area of 292.0
hectares .

         The marsh is used for subsistence fishing. Mudfish, Tilapia and
eels can still be harvested from the marsh. Ducks and geese are also
raised by the local people taking advantage of the presence of shell fishes
in the marsh. Water hyacinths are harvested and used by the people for
weaving mats and baskets although very few are observed in this
livelihood activity. The periphery of the marsh is planted with coconut
which is the principal source of livelihood of the local people.

        The       Management
Plan for Lalaguna Marsh w as
prepared         with     the
participation of DENR-CENRO
Calauag, Local Government
Units    (LGUs)     of Lopez,
Quezon and the communities
residing within the periphery
of Lalaguna Marsh thru the
conduct of tw o (2) public
consultations.

     The plan aims to preserve the integrity of the marsh and its resources
by prescribing appropriate land-use practices within its vicinities as well
as to provide livelihood activities through ecotourism. The said plan also
includes Site Information, Bio-physical P rofile, Socio-economic Profile,
Legal and Institutional Framew ork, Identified P roblems/Issues and the
management plan, programs and strategies. In addition to, the nomination
of Lalaguna Marsh as Ramsar Site w as submitted to Central Office
together with the accomplished 2009 – 2012 version of Information Sheet
on Ramsar Wetlands (RIS) supporting the inclusion of Lalaguna Marsh in
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       •    Critical Habitat Conservation/Marine T urtle Conservation

              Identification/Assessment of Nesting Sites

                     Five (5) nesting sites for marine turtles or pawikan w ere identified
              and assessed in the provinces of Batangas, Cavite and Quezon.. They are:

                    •     Batangas
                            1. Sta Clara, Batangas City
                            2. Brgy Nonong Casto, Lemery Batangas
                    •     Cavite
                           3. Brgy Labac, Naic, Cavite
                    •     Quezon
                           4. Sto Niño Beach Resort, Brgy T alao-talao, Lucena City
                           5. So. T ampos, Brgy Caw ayan, San Francisco, Quezon

                        Assessment of the aforementioned marine
                 turtle nesting sites were based on the records of
                 captured and released marine turtles as well as
                 marine turtle eggs laid and hatched. P art of the
                 assessment is the identification and analysis of
                 the vegetative cover that comprise the identified
                 marine turtle nesting sites.

               Mobilization of the Community

                       In order to achieve participation
               and support of the community on marine
               turtle conservation and protection, on-site
               trainings-orientations were conducted by
               field offices in the areas identified as
               marine turtle nesting sites.          T opics
               discussed were marine turtle conservation,
               marine turtle biology, ecology, habitat, life
               cycle and conservation status.           Also
               included in the orientation is the
               establishment and operation of marine
               turtle hatchery/nursery.       P articipants
               consist of concerned barangay officials
               and residents, and other agencies that
               support marine turtle conservation and
               protection program. P roper handling of marine turtle eggs were also
               discussed/illustrated during the community orientation/mobilization.

                Establishment and Operation of Community Marine T urtle Nurseries

                       Three (3) marine turtle nurseries/hatcheries were established
               which are located at: 1)Brgy. Nonong Casto, Lemery, Batangas, 2) Brgy.
               Sta. Clara, Batangas City and 3) Brgy Labac, Naic, Cavite. T hese were in
               coordination with the concerned Barangay Officials and residents. T he
               operation and maintenance of the nursery/hatchery established in Brgy.
               Sta. Clara, Batangas City w as covered with a Memorandum of
               Understanding (MOU) between the DENR and the Barangay Captain.



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       Monitoring and T agging of Marine T urtles

                During the year total of 1,286
       marine turtles of different species have
       been released in the provinces of
       Batangas, Cavite, and Quezon. Out of
       those 1,037 only sixteen (16) were tagged
       before releasing. Out of those released,
       1,015 of them w ere
       hatchlings of       olive
       ridley , haw ksbill and
       loggerhead species. See
       Annex III-22 for details
       on the releasing and
       tagging of marine turtles
       per site.

                Moreover, a dead
       olive ridley w as found
       floating     along     the
       shoreline of Brgy Labac, Naic which w as
       then brought to Cavite State University-
       Naic. It w as stuffed and presser ved for
       public viewing for educational purposes.

•    Survey and Identification of Invasive and Alien Species (IAS) and
     P otentially Harmful Exotic Species

The objective of this activity is to develop an information and data base of
invasive alien species in the established Protected Area such as Mt. P alay-
palay Mataas na Gulod P rotected Landscape in the Province of Cavite. This
may serve as basis for developing control program through appropriate
management plan and strategy for PA, minimizing its destructive effect to
natural species and its habitats.
This activity can also provide inputs in the development of guidelines/action
plan that enhance our understanding on the impacts and control measures
on IAS.

The survey conducted includes inventory of forest land, open/grassland and
PACBRMA areas within Mt P alay-palay Mataas na Gulod PL. The Ecosystem
Research and Development Bureau (ERDB) w as coordinated in identification
of grasses and shrubs.

With the inventory and identification conducted, the following conclusions
were formed:

    1. The Mt. P alay-palay Mataas na Gulod P rotected Landscape has invasive
       alien species found in the secondary forest and open grassland. The IAS
       observed for tree species w ere introduced as planting materials for
       reforestation and other tree planting activities in the area. While the
       shrubs found in grasslands/open spaces have grown naturally with
       single species dominating per site/quadrat;




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            2. That the species of Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) have shown the
               ability to produce regenerants on the sampled areas;

            3. The species of Acacia auriculiformes, T ectona grandis
               and Gmelina arborea w ere planted and survived in
               patches, however; the species have no regenerants
               found underneath within and near the sampled areas;

            4. The IAS on secondary forest have shown no
               domination over the area how ever, the species of
               mahogany have grown it’s regenerants as observed on
               the sampled quadrats;

            5. The IAS on grassland areas (shrubs) has shown single species domination
               on the established quadrats, how ever, such finding w as observed during
               the period where rainfall is abundant.

         Based on the results of this activity, it w as recommended that same activity is
         suggested to be conducted on other existing ecosystems of MPP MGL like the
         cultivation area of the PACBRMA and the plantation areas under different
         programs of DENR, civil groups, etc. Also, this study shall be conducted on
         different period of the year where there is small amount of rainfall in the area.
         This is to find out the dominant species especially on grasslands.

         List of shrubs and grasses in sampled open areas and list of species in sampled
         areas of secondary forest is attached as Annex III-23.

      • Implementation of Verde Island Marine Corridor Conservation Project

              T echnical Assistance in the Implementation of Verde Island P assage Marine
              Corridor Management P lan

              T echnical assistance in the implementation of the Batangas P rovincial
              Management Plan for the Verde Island P assage Marine Corridor w as
              provided to municipality and city affected by this VIP MC and/or affecting
              the VIP MC. Resolutions were passed and approved for adoption, they are:

                    1.   Resolution No. 35-2011 of Mabini, Batangas
                    2.   Sangguniang P anlungsod Ordinance No. 16-2010 of Batangas City
                    3.   Resolution No. 11-1719 of Lemery, Batangas City
                    4.   Resolution No. 11-58 of Sangguninang Bayan of Calaca, Batangas
                    5.   Resolution No. 2010-54 of Lobo, Batangas
                    6.   Resolution No. 065-2010 of Lian, Batangas
                    7.   Resolution No. 32-2010 of San Luis, Batangas
                    8.   Resolution No. 127-2010 of Nasugbu, Batangas
                    9.   Resolution No. 127-2011 of Tingloy. Batangas

                   Strengthening of Law Enforcement Along VIP MC

                   An Orientation Seminar on Environmental Laws w as conducted last
                   October 12, 2011 at BluRoze Farm at Lipa City in order to strengthen
                   law enforcement along Verde Island P assage Marine Corridor.


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           Representatives from       LGU’s within    the
           municipalities along VIPMC and provincial
           government and some DENR staff participated
           in this undertaking.     T opic discussed were
           Chain Saw Act, Ecological Solid Management
           Act, T oxic and Hazardous Waste Act and
           Philippine Fisheries Code.

           Establishment of Monitoring Station

           Three (3) monitoring stations were established to
           w atch over the condition of the area. These are
           located in the municipalities of Tingloy and
           Ilijan and Batangas City. These areas were ideal Photographs taken during the conduct
                                                             of the Orientation-seminar for the
           to data and information gathering on marine
           biodiversity since they are surrounded by a marine protected fish
           sanctuary within the municipalities of Mabini and Tingloy.

    •   Job Generation

        P rotected Areas and Wildlife w as able to provide jobs to seven (7) technical
        and 1 laborer. Six of the technical personnel hired are based at the Region
        Office while the other one is based at the Kanan Watershed Management
        P roject site. How ever, the laborer is the one maintaining the WRCat
        Calauan, Laguna. (see Annex –7).

    •   Support to the National P eatland Forest P roject of the Protected Areas and
        Wildlife Bureau

        Assessment of probable peatlands in Lalaguna Marsh, Lopez, Quezon and
        Balumbong, P erez, Calauan, Laguna w as conducted by DENR and DA-
        BSWM personnel headed by Foresters Armida P . Andres and Zosaine
        Lumbres of the P rotected Areas and Wildlife Bureau; For. Emerito
        Evangelista of the Forest Management Bureau and Engr. Luisito Costelo of
        the DA-Bureau of Soils and Water Management. P ersonnel from Region and
        field office assisted the team on the said activity.

        Results of the validation revealed that the marshland of Balumbong Valley
        in Brgy. T an-ag Ilaya, Lopez, Quezon is confirmed to be a peatland. Soil
        samples taken from Lalaguna Marsh, Lopez, Quezon and Brgy.Perez,
        Calauan, Laguna Peatland are not organic or peat.


SPECIAL PROJECTS

  1. Kanan W atershed M anagement Project (KWMP)

    The Kanan Watershed Management P roject is in its penultimate year of
    implementation, since it was handed over to the sector in 2008.

    Accomplishments of the KWMP for CY 2011 are as follow s:

    1. 30% of degraded forest in GEF-supported sites rehabilitated with native
       species representing the bio-geographic region as identified in the WMP .


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            •    The P roject has established subproject by administration within the
                 Kanan-Agos River Basin thru Letters of Agreement betw een the local
                 government units in lieu of people’s organizations. The said subprojects
                 are at various stages of implementation, except for the 36-ha ANR of the
                 LGU of Infanta which is in its final stage of its implementation. T hese
                 subproject are as follows:

       2. 75% of funded activities in GEF-supported sites implemented by the LGUs
          and/or other stakeholders.

            •    LGU of Infanta, Quezon is already implementing Comprehensive Forest
                 and Environmental Protection Subproject. T he said LGU had already
                 received its initial release of GEF funds from the MDFO amounting to
                 Php2,629,082.00. As of December 2011, the said LGU had submitted its
                 request for second release of GEF funds for their subproject
                 implementation. The request for second release of fund amounts to
                 Php2,785,750.00.

            •    The LGU of Gen. Nakar had submitted their request for initial release of
                 GEF funds on December 2011. The said request had been forw arded by
                 the P roject to the FASP O/P CU for its subsequent endorsement to the
                 MDFO. T he request for initial GEF fund release of the LGU of Gen.
                 Nakar amounts to 5,893,072.00.

       3. 100% of GEF supported protected areas mainstreamed PA management
          effectiveness tool.

            •    Management Effectiveness Assessment conducted in 2010 and is already
                 mainstreamed as one of the regular activities of the Expanded P AMB for
                 PP1636

       4. Law enforcement

            •    The CENRO Real, together with
                 personnel of the REINA LGUs, P NP,
                 Phil. Army, Phil. Navy had
                 apprehended a total of 400,182.52
                 bd.ft. of assorted round logs, timber
                 and flitches along with 91 sacks of
                 charcoal,      amounting      to   an
                 estimated       market     value    of
                 Php4,139,306.07. Also among the
                 confiscated forest products are
                 conveyances      (e.g.   jeepney    &
                 tricycles) and implements/tools
                 (e.g. bandsaw & chainsaw ) used by
                 the          perpetrators.        The
                 apprehensions had been made within the project area and its vicinities.
                 Most of the said confiscated forest products are in the custody of CENRO
                 Real while others are in safekeeping of the abovementioned agencies.
                 Cases filed regarding the said apprehensions are at various levels of
                 administrative adjudication/judicial proceedings as of December 2011.
                 However, some of the confiscated forest products had been forfeited in
                 favor of the government.


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                                                                                            TOTAL
                                   PO/LGU                                      TOTAL
             PROJECT                                          AREA                      DISBURSEMENT                     STA TUS
                                IMPLEMEN TOR                                 COST (Php)
                                                                                             (Php)
          Assisted Natura l   Brgy. Magsaysay,          30 has. with 1h a.   701,93 0.00   10,528 9.50        On-goin g impl ementati on for 2nd
          Rege nerati on      Infanta                   nursery                                                           releas e
          (ANR)
                              LGU of Infanta            36 has. with 1h a.   832,31 6.00   749,08 4.40        Requ ested last tranch e rele ase
                                                        nursery
                                                        30 has. with 1h a.   701,93 0.00                 For commenceme nt
                                                        nursery
                              Brgy. Mahaba ng La lim,   35 has. with 1h a.   810,58 5.00   437,31 0.60        On-goin g for 3rd tranch re leas e
                              Gen. Nakar                Nursery
                              Brgy. Maigan g, Gen.      35 has. with 1h a.   810,58 5.00   121,58 7.75        On-goin g impl ementati on for 2nd
                              Nakar                     Nursery                                                           releas e
                              Brgy. Batangan, Gen.      35 has. with 1h a.   810,58 5.00   121,58 7.75        On-goin g impl ementati on for 2nd
                              Nakar                     Nursery                                                           releas e
                              Brgy. Pesa, Gen. Nakar 35 has. with 1h a.      810,58 5.00   121,58 7.75        On-goin g impl ementati on for 2nd
                                                     Nursery                                                              releas e
          Mangrov e           LGU of Infanta            8 has. with 1ha.     142,36 0.00   92,534.0 0            For release of 3rd tranc he
          rehab ilitati on                              Nursery                                                           payment
          Agroforestry / Soil Brgy. Mahaba ng La lim,   10 has.                                          For commenceme nt
          and Water           Gen. Nakar
          Conserv ation
                              LGU of Infanta            10 has.                                          For commenceme nt


2. Expanding and Diversifying the National System of Terrestrial Protected
   Areas of the Philippines (EDNSTPAP)/ New Conservation Areas in the
   Philippines Project (New CAPP)

  I. DENR-LGU Co-Management of Local Conservation Areas

     T o strengthen the partnership of the Department of Environment and
     Natural Resources and concerned Local Government Unit, the
     municipalities of Burdeos, P anukulan and P olillo in Quezon, P rovince
     entered into an agreement with the DENR for the co-management of the ten
     (10) LCAs. The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) ensured collaborative
     activities of the stakeholders in the area tow ard an effective management of
     LCAs. With the combine effortof Philippines Biodiversity Conservation
     Foundation, Inc (P BCFI) / P olillo Islands Biodiversity Conservation
     Foundation, Inc (P IBCFI) and DENR IV-A CALABARZON, the Memorandum
     of Agreement on co-management of LCAs in P olillo Group of Islands w as
     drafted and being reviewed for approval.

     The deliverables accomplished under this activity w ere the following: a)
     review of the LCA ordinances; b) round table discussion betw een DENR &
     LGU; c) drafting of the co-management agreement; and d) community
     consultation of the draft management and issuance of endorsement by the
     Sangguniang Bayan (SB) members. These deliverables have been performed
     by P BCFI/P IBCFI with the supervision and assistance of the New CAPP
     Advisory Committee and Technical Working Group under DENR Region IV-A
     CALABARZON.

  II. Boundary Delineation and Demarcation of Local Conservation Areas (LCA’s)

     Series of meetings w ere conducted to discuss and strategize the conduct of
     boundary delineation and demarcation of ten LCAs. T he deliverables
     accomplished under this activity w ere the following: a) review of technical
     description of LCA; b) preparation of survey plan; and c) community
     consultation before the conduct of LCA delineation and demarcation. T hese
     deliverables w ere performed by P BCFI/P IBCFI with the assistance of Land
     Evaluation P arty (LEP ) of DENR IV-A CALABARZON.




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            Based on the partial report of LEP, 88.39
            kilometers out of 109 kilometers or 81% of the
            target have been surveyed in the field. In terms of
            monumenting, 221 monuments out of 491
            monuments or 45% of the target have been
            established in the site. Furthermore, the
            boundary of Mt. Lumimpad LCA has been
                                                                       LEP T eam consultation with the
            expanded with the request of CENRO Miliarete               Sangguniang Bayan Members before
            P analigan of CENRO Real, Quezon to include the            conducting boundary delineation and
                                                                       demarcation.
            headw ater of the w atershed.

       III. Capacity Building P rograms           - Deputized      Environment and Natural
            Resources Officer (DENRO)

            The T raining-Workshop w as attended by 65
            participants which were mostly Bantay
            Kalikasan volunteers of the municipalities of
            Burdeos, P anukulan and P olillo. The DENR
            IV-A CALABARZON P ersonnel and staff
            headed by Forester Wilfredo M. Riña of Forest
            Resources Conservation Division (FRCD) and
            LRP s    namely:    Philippines   Biodiversity
            Conservation Foundation, Inc. / P olillo
            Islands Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Forester Riña of FRCD discussing the duties
                                                           and responsibilities of DENRO.
            Inc. headed by Mr. Errol A. Gatumbato served
            as resource speakers, facilitators and secretariats. It w as conducted on
            September 6-8, 2011 in Sta. Monica Beach Resort, Brgy. Boboin, Infanta,
            Quezon P rovince.

            Forty-eight (48) out of Fifty-one (51) Bantay Kalikasan volunteer passed the
            post-test examination. Also, the necessary documents have been also
            submitted as a requirement to process their application. Their applications
            were processed and approved effective October 3, 2011. Each DENRO w as
            given an identification card and special order in w hich their duties and
            responsibilities w as stipulated. On the otherhand, the three (3) individuals
            who failed the post-test examination will be deputized as Wildlife
            Enforcement Officer (WEOs).

       IV. Support to Local P Os/NGOs, in submission of eligible proposals to PT FCF
           and UNDP -SGP

            A meeting/ w orkshop for the Civil Society Organizations such as Local and
            National P eoples’ Organization/ Non-Government Organizations w as
            organized by DENR IV-A CALABARZON on March 10, 2011 at Grand Villa
            Resort and Butterfly Farm Center. T his meeting/w orkshop aimed to: a) fully
            understand the mechanics of grant facilities; b) attain knowledge in
            experiences to be shared by P Os/ NGOs/ CSOs able to access these grants
            in the past; and c) identify eligible POs/ NGOs/ CSOs.

            Attendance to PMU-organized SGP workshops

            On April 5 to 8, 2011, TWG representative attended the P artners Workshop/
            Write-shop on Project P roposal Development for UNDP -GEF Small Grants
            P rogramme at Imperial P alace Suites Hotel, Quezon City.


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   Local Responsible P artners (LRP ) of DENR IV-A CALABARZON attended the
   said w orkshop/w rite-shop. Mts. Irid-Angilo KBA w as represented by
   Haribon Foundation. On the otherhand, P olillo Group of Islands KBA w as
   represented by P hilippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Inc. /
   P olillo Islands Biodiversity Conservation Foundation, Inc. and Institute of
   Social Order (ISO).

   The proposals of P BCFI/P IBCFI and ISO w ere both approved by the UNDP
   representatives with minor refinements to conform with the guidelines of the
   Small Grants Programme.

V. Development of Management Options for Minasaw a Island Game Refuge and
   Bird Sanctuary (MIGBRS)

   The deliverables under this activity w ere the following; a) gathering and
   compilation of documents; b) policy review and c) focus group discussion
   betw een Burdeos; and P atnanungan. All these deliverables were
   accomplished by P BCFI/P IBCFI with the supervision and assistance of
   DENR-CENRO Real, Quezon and New CAPP Advisory Committe and
   T echnical Working Group under DENR IV-A CALABARZON.

   A meeting w as conducted for the Management Options for Minasaw a Island
   on October 3, 2011 at the municipal hall of Burdeos and P atnanungan,
   Quezon P rovince. The meeting w as attended by the Sangguniang Bayan
   Members of Burdeos and P atnanungan, DENR IV-A CALABARZON and
   CENRO Real, Quezon headed by RT D Arnulfo Z. Hernandez and CENRO
   Miliarete B. P analigan.

   During the meeting, it w as agreed to
   pursue the management of Minasaw a
   Island under Republic Act 7586
   otherwise known as National Integrated
   P rotected Area System (NIPAS). The
   participants expressed their support in
   pushing the Minasaw a Island to become
   a protected area since there are initial
   steps undertaken tow ard establishing
   the Island as a protected area.
   Furthermore, if and when the Minasaw a CENRO Panaligan of CENRO, Real welcoming the
                                                              in the        on Management Options for
   Island will become a protected area it w ill participants Island Meeting Municipal Hall of Burdeos,
                                                Minasawa             at the
   be known both internationally and Quezon Province.
   locally. It w as also agreed that if ever it
   will be endorsed to the President for its proclamation, it will be named as
   Burdeos-P atnanungan P rotected Landscape and Seascape (BPPLS).

VI. Financial P erformance

   As of December 31, 2011, the releases received w ere P hp 131, 475.00, Php
   67, 455.00, Php 75, 825.00, P hp 62, 325.00 and 38, 120.00 for the first,
   second, third, fourth and final tranche of the project, respectively.
   Furthermore, Php 455, 000.00 for the first tranche of boundary delineation
   and demarcation w as also released. A total of Php 830, 200.00 w as released
   for DENR Region IV-A CALABARZON for the completion of the deliverables
   as stated in the Terms of References (TOR) of the project.


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      ► Coastal and Marine Resources M anagement:

         •   Implementation of EO 533 and National ICM Program

                 In response to Executive Order No. 533 “Adopting Integrated Coast al
             Man agement as a National Strategy to Ensure the Sustainable Development
             of the Country’s Coast al and Marine Environment and Resources and
             Establishing Supporting Mechanisms for Its Implementation” three (3) coastal
             municipalities of Quezon province w ere targeted this year namely: (1)
             P agbilao, (2) Pitogo and San Francisco. Implementation of E.O 533 w as
             conducted through the conduct of the following activities:

                 P rovision  of Technical      Assistance in    the Development and
                 Operationalization of Integrated Coastal Management Plan (Bay-wide)

               ⇒     Development of ICM Plan

                   1. Resource Assessment of Coastal and Marine Areas

                       P articipatory Coastal Resource            PCRA of Pagbilao, Quezon

                       Assessment w as done to
                       effectively gather information
                       from local residents, involving
                       communities in data collection
                       and its result is an important
                       input to Integrated Coastal
                       Resource Management (ICM)
                       Plan.




                       Tw o        (2)      c o ast al
                       municipalities of Quezon,
                       P agbilao and Pitogo were
                       assisted in the conduct of
                       P CRA         w orksh ops.
                       R epr esen ta ti ve s           of
                       Municipal Environment and
                       Natural Resources Office,
                       Mun i c i p al    A gr i c ul tur e
                       Office, Barangay Officials
                       an d     c onc e rn     P e opl e s
                       Organization        and      MMS
                       p ers onnel      of    CENRO ’s
                       P agbil ao      and     G umac a
                       attended       the w orkshop.
                       Workshop for P agbilao and Pitogo, Quezon were conducted on May
                       24, 211 and September 14-15, 2011, respectively.

                       Through these workshops various data necessary for the preparation
                       of Coastal Environment P rofile w ere gathered such as resource issues
                       and conflicts; coastal resources maps; and immediate action plan
                       necessary for the implementation of ICM plan.



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    2. Coastal Environment P rofile Development

         Municipal Coastal Environment Profil es (MCEP’s) of P agbilao
      and Pitogo, Quezon were prepared and were already endorsed to the
      concerned LGU’s for their adoption and finalization. These will also
      be used in the preparation of Integrated Coastal Management P lan.

    3. Conduct of P articipatory ICM Planning Writeshop (San Francisco,
       Quezon)

          As an offshoot of the conducted P articipatory Coastal Resource
      Assessment of San Francisco, Quezon in 2008, the conduct of ICM
      planning writeshop for this municipality w as conducted last April 14-
      15, 2011.     This w orkshop identified the risk and challenges,
      transboundary issues, strategies, principles, partners, objectives and
      action programs regarding coastal strategy of San Francisco, Quezon.

         The participants who attended the consultative workshop/
      writeshop were representatives from Local Government Units (LGUs)
      and DENR personnel.

⇒    P reparation of Coastal Strategy

    1. P reparation of Coastal and Marine Zoning Plan and Coastal Strategy
       Framew ork (T ayabas Bay)

         The Stakeholders’ Consultation cum
      Workshop/Writeshop on the P reparation of
      Coastal and Marine Waters Zoning Plan and
      Coastal Strategy (Framew ork Plan), both for
      T ayabas Bay w as conducted on May 11
      and12, 2011, respectively at Lucena City.
      It w as an off-shoot of the series of
      w orkshops conducted last CY-2009 and CY-
      2010. The purpose of the activity is to
      present the prepared draft coastal strategy
      and zoning plan of T ayabas Bay among the
      different stakeholders to gather comments/suggestions, confirmation,
      verification and additional information needed for the finalization of
      said documents.

          Representatives from LGU’s
      along T ayabas Bay (coastal and
      land-locked), Other Government
      Agency (Philippine Coast Guard),
      Academe (Manuel         S. Enverga
      University     Foundation), Private
      Sector    (T eaM    Energy),   Non-
      Government Organization (T anggol
      Kalikasan), P rovincial Planning and
      Development Office (PPDO), and
      DENR-Quezon personnel attended
      this undertaking. Mr. Robert S. Jara of the P artnerships in
      Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (P EMSEA) and
      Dr. Domingo R. Bravo, Chief, CMMD and OIC, RT D for PAWCZMS of
      DENR-RIV, CALABARZON served as the resource speakers.


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                    2.    Finalization of Coastal and Marine Water Zoning Plan           for
                          T ayabas Bay

                          Series of w orkshops and w riteshops and some related activities
                          for T ayabas Bay had been undertaken from CY 2008 to CY 2009,
                          The initial draft Coastal and Marine Waters Zoning Plan w as
                          prepared in October, 2009 using the data/information gathered
                          during those w orkshops/writeshops and other data provided by
                          LGU participants. Thereafter, the draft zoning plan w as
                          presented to various stakeholders on May 11, 2011 to gather
                          their comments, suggestion, verification and additional
                          information essential in the preparation of the final draft of the
                          said zoning plan .

                          The proposed Coastal and Marine Waters Zoning P lan of T ayabas
                          Bay is an important component of the T ayabas Bay Coastal
                          Strategy (Framew ork Plan) which is simultaneously being
                          prepared.    It complements and harmonizes        the existing
                          comprehensive land-use      plan  of   the seventeen        (17)
                          municipalities and cities .




                    3.    Finalization of the Coastal Strategy Framew ork P lan for T ayabas
                          Bay

                          Along with the preparation of T ayabas Bay’s Coastal and Marine
                          Water Zoning P lan is the preparation of Coastal Strategy
                          Framew ork Plan. Prior to the preparation of this proposed
                          coastal strategy, series of activities were conducted. These
                          include the       Consultative Workshop/w riteshop on         the
                          P reparation of Coastal Strategy (Framew ork Plan). T he initial
                          draft of the T ayabas Bay Coastal Strategy w as prepared and then
                          presented to the participants during the stakeholders’
                          consultation held on Arpril 29-30, 2011. The vision to be
                          adopted in the proposed CS w as further revised by the
                          participants.

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     Meanwhile, the draft/proposed coastal
     strategy w as further presented to
     various stakeholders on May 12, 2011
     during the conduct of stakeholder’s
     consultation cum w orkshop/writeshhop
     on the preparation of coastal strategy
     (framew ork plan) for T ayabas Bay. Its
     objective is to gather the comments,
     suggestions and verification of the bay’s
     stakeholders and at the same time to
     gather additional information. The
     outputs of the previous workshop were
     used in the preparation of the draft/
     proposed coastal strategy .


4.   Consultation to the LGU’s of the Final Coastal Strategy Framew ork
     Plan (T ayabas Bay)

     The Stakeholders’ Consultation of Dr. D.Bravo discussing the Status of ICM
     the      Final      Coastal        Strategy Impl ementation in T ayabas Bay
     (Framew ork Plan) and Coastal
     and Marine Waters Zoning Plan,
     both of T ayabas Bay, w as
     undertaken on October 27, 2011
     at Barangay Isabang, T ayabas
     City. Through the series of
     w orkshops          and        w riteshops
     conducted for T ayabas Bay and
     in consultation with the different
     stakeholders,              the         data/
     information needed relative to the preparation of the coastal strategy
     (framew ork plan) and coastal and marine w aters zoning plan of
                                                                 T ayabas       Bay     w ere
        For. Rej Bungabong showing the habitats , resources, is- gathered.             T hese
        sues & problems existing zones & pr oposed z ones on
        maps                                                     include the outputs of
                                                                 the             w orkshops/
                                                                 writeshops               and
                                                                 secondary data provided
                                                                 by LGU participants
                                                                 pertaining       to    their
                                                                 respective
                                                                 municipalities. Further,
                                                                 copies     of    afore-cited
                                                                 plans were provided to
                                                                 LGUs in order for them
                                                                 to review, comment,
                                                                 suggest,      verify     and
                                                                 supply            additional
     information. The purpose of the activity is to present the coastal
     strategy and zoning plan of T ayabas Bay among the different
     stakeholders and to formulate the guidelines for the coastal and
     marine w aters zones (coastal-use regulatory system).



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                  5.    Consultation to the LGU’s of the Final Coastal Strategy Framew ork
                        Plan and Marine Water Zoning Plan for Lamon Bay

                        S t a k e h o l d e r s ’ Dr. D.Bravo discussi ng the over view & mec hanics of the
                        Consultation         on    the wor kshop
                        Initial     Draft      Coastal
                        Str ategy       (Fr amew or k
                        Plan) of Lamon Bay w as
                        conducted last July 27,
                        2011.      It w as an off-
                        shoot of the series of
                        w orkshops        conduc ted
                        last CY-2010 relative to
                        th e     pr e p ar ati on    of
                        c o a s t al      s tr a te g y
                        (fr amew ork       pl an)    of
                        L amon       Bay.         T he
                        purpose of the activity is to present the prepared initial draft coastal
                        strategy of Lamon Bay among the different stakeholders to gather
                        comments/suggestions, confirmation/verification and additional
                        information needed for the finalization of said document .

                        This w as attended by a total of twenty-one (21) participants
                        composing of representatives from Local Government Units (LGUs)
                        of coastal municipalities along Lamon Bay, Other Government
                        Agency (P hil. Coast Guard and DA-BFAR), Academe (Southern
                        Luzon State University), Provincial Government-Environment and
                        Natural Resources Office (PG-ENRO), P rovincial Planning and
                        Development Office (PP DO), and DENR-Region IV-A and DENR-
                        Quezon personnel. Mr. Robert S. Jara of the P artnerships in
                        Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (P EMSEA)
                        and Dr. Domingo R. Bravo, Chief, CMMD of DENR-RIV,
                        CALABARZON served as the resource speakers.

              P rovision  of Technical     Assistance in    the Development  and
              Operationalization of Integrated Coastal Management Plan (Municipal
              wide with Supplemental Fund from Central Office)

                      Integrated coastal management is the national strategy ensuring
              the sustainable development of the country's coastal and marine
              environment resources.          Through this, food security, sustainable
              livelihood, poverty alleviation and reduction of vulnerability to natural
              hazards w ere envisioned to achieve.

                      Additional fund from DENR Central Office w as provided to support
              the implementation of Executive Order No. 533 in providing ICM training
              programs to LGU’s. LGU’s are the frontline agencies in the formulation,
              planning and implementation of ICM program in their respective coastal
              and marine areas. T echnical assistance in the conduct of w orkshops,
              meetings and preparation of plan for the five (5) coastal municipalities of
              Quezon namely, 1. Catanauan, 2. General Lluna, 3. Mulanay, 4.
              P agbilao, and 5. Sariaya w ere extended. The following activities were
              conducted:




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1. ICM Planning Workshop and Consultative Workshop for the
   P reparation of Integrated Coastal Management Plan and Coastal and
   Marine Water Zoning Plan

       This w orkshop provided venue for comprehensive, systematic and
   integrated approach among stakeholders for the development and
   preparation of Integrated Coastal Management Plan, Coastal Strategy
   (Framew ork Plan) and Coastal Marine Waters Zoning P lan.

2. Writeshop for the Preparation of Integrated Coastal Management Plan
   and Marine Water Zoning Plan

      The above w riteshop served as an off-shoot for the conduct of
   consultative w orkshops on the preparation of the Integrated Coastal
   Management Plan, Coastal Strategy (Framew ork Plan) and Coastal
   Marine Waters Zoning Plan

Schedules of the conducted w orkshops/w riteshops is shown below:
 Table III-26. Schedules of ICM Workshops/Writeshops for 5 Municipalities of Quezon, CY 2011

                                 Pagbilao      Catanauan       G. LUna        Mulanay         Sariaya
           Title
                                     a               b             c                 d           e
 ICM Planning W orks hop        M ay 26-27,      July 4-5,     July 6-7,      July 8-9,      July 25-26,
 Cons ult at ive W orks hop        2001            2011          2011           2011            2011
 for t he Preparat ion of
 ICM Plan and Coas t al
 and M arine W at er
 Zoning Plan

 W rit es hop for the          Oct ober 13-    Augus t 20-    Augus t 23-    Augus t 25-    December
 Preparat ion of ICM Plan       14, 2011        21, 2011       24, 2011       26, 2011       27, 2011
 and Coas t al M arine
 Zoning Plan




              (a)                                                              (b)




                                               (c)




               (d)                                                             (e)




 Conduct of ICM Planning Wor kshop & Consultati ve Wor kshop for the Preparation of ICM Plan & Coas tal
 and Marine Water Zoning Plan



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               3. Drafting of Integrated Coastal Management Plan (ICMP ) and Coastal
                  Land and Sea Use Zoning P lan (CLSUZP )

                    A joint Municipal Executive Order w as signed by local executives of
                    the five (5) municipalities creating Technical Working Group (TWG)
                    for the preparation of their Integrated Coastal Management Plans
                    (ICMP ’s) and Coastal Land and Sea Use Zoning Plans (CLSUZP ’s).
                    Thence, ICMP and CLSUZP w as prepared and indorsed to the
                    concerned LGU’s for review and evaluation.




                                 Signed Executive Orders creati ng Technical Wor king Group


                P rovision of T echnical Assistance on Establishment of Marine Protected
                Areas

                        Municipal marine reserve or sanctuary is one of the most
                important coastal resource management tools available for protecting
                and improving local marine resources. Marine protected areas usually
                occur in the w aters within the regulatory boundaries of the local
                government units. LGU’s are empow ered to establish sanctuaries, limit
                access to marine resources, prescribe zones for different uses, as w ell as
                collect taxes or fees associated with the use of these municipal resources.
                Approval of the national government agencies to establish municipal
                reserve or sanctuary is not required for this undertaking.


                DENR, being mandated to provide technical assistance on the
                establishment of marine protected area w ith DA-BFAR and concerned
                LGUS, conducted MP A consultation w orkshop last May 24, 2011 at
                Ibabang P alsabangon, P agbilao, Quezon. It w as participated by Office of
                the P rovincial Agriculture, LGU’s of P agbilao, BGUs of Ibabang
                P alsabangon and Bantay Dagat.

                With a total of 90.48 hectares Buffer Zone and 15.58 hectares core zone,
                the P agbilao Marine Sanctuary is geographically located at:


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                                                                             Corner Longitude Latitude
                                                                               1    121 45 07.3 13 53 03.4

                                                                               2    121 45 29.0 13 52 54.0

                                                                               3    121 446 02.2 13 53 24.7

                                                                               4    121 45 23.1 13 53 28.8

                                                                               5    121 45 23.2 13 53 27.0

                                                                               6    121 45 23.5 13 53 24.2

                                                                               7    121 45 21.1 13 53 22.2

                                                                               8    121 45.14.1 13 53 11.4

                                                                               9    121 45 13.4 13 53 09.4

                                                                               10   121 45 11.6 13 53 09.2

                                                                               11   121 45 09.6 13 53 08.3

                                                                               12   121 45 08.5 13 53 05.3


    Figure III-18. Map showing the boundar y of Pagbilao Marine Fish



Gathered data from the above mentioned workshop were used for the
preparation of Draft P agbilao Fish Sanctuary Management Plan.

Development and Maintenance                          of    Coastal     and     Marine Information
Database/IIMS Database

 The MCD w as designed to help simplify and standardize the monitoring
 and evaluation of coastal resource management (CRM) activities at the
 local government unit (LGU) level. It w as further designed to support
 widespread adoption and use by LGU’s and CRM-related agencies and
 projects.

The IIMS is a
relational
environmental
database    that
can store sets of
data that are
necessary      in
environmental
management.
The system is
one of the tools
developed     by   CMMD staff undertaking encodi ng, collecti on & maintenanc e of Reg’l IIMS & MCD
the P artnership
for Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (P EMSEA) for
coastal and marine management to facilitate decision-making. IIMS has
been developed to capture important data in coastal and marine, and river
basin management, and provide information on appropriate format for the
managers, decision-makers and planners and stakeholders.

Thus, the maintenance and integration of the tw o databases w ere
important and can be used by the LGU’s as a guide in implementing CRM
programs as well as to report progress made in managing municipal w aters.
As one of the first and most capacitated regions with regards to the
implementation and maintenance of the Integrated Information

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                Management System (IIMS); the River Basin Integrated Information
                Management System (RBIIMS) of DENR 4 A, created under the Regional
                Special Order No. 161 dated July 12, 2010 had already maintained,
                gathered and encoded a total of 11,105 data with the different data
                categories shown in T able III-27.
                      Table I II-27. Dat a Encoded for I nt egrat ed I nrormat ion M gt Syst em, CY 2011

                      1. Regional Codes , Dat a Codes , Geo-s patial Dat a                  2,133


                      2. Biological and Economic Dat a                                      1,454

                      3. Social and Economic Dat a                                          1,531

                      4. Demographic D at a                                                 1,712

                      5. Governance Dat a                                                     3

                      6. Pollution Source Dat a                                             3,065

                      7. W at er Res ources Dat a                                            44

                      8. Environment al Qualit y Dat a                                      1,186

                      9. Nat ural and Human-made Hazards Dat a                               21




                 Formulation and Pilot Implementation of Coastal Hazard Management
                 Plan

                         In order to test the effectiveness of a Coastal Hazard Map Plan,
                 a model Coastal Hazard Management Plan (CHMP ) for the Municipality
                 of Kawit, Cavite w as prepared considering that the stretch of the
                 coastal area of the P rovince of Cavite is very long.

                           T     h      e
                 mun i c i p ali ty    of
                 Kawit w as chosen
                 because this area
                 i s e x pe r i en ci ng
                 v ari ous h azar ds
                 such as flooding;
                 h a b i t a t
                 degradation; salt
                 intrusion; sea level
                 rise; and w ater
                 pollution (Fig.III-
                 19) .          This is
                 be c aus e of the Figure III-19. The Flood Susceptibility Map of Ternate, Kawit & Cavite City
                 i n d i sc r i mi n at e
                 dumping of solid w aste and discharge of untreated liquid w aste from
                 household, commercial, institutional and industrial sector.
                 This CHMP is prepared in order to:

                        ⇒ P rovide basic information to stakeholders of Kawit on the
                             necessary mitigating measures during occurrence of land-
                             based or river flooding and sea borne/storm surge or coastal
                             flooding caused by heavy rainfall or typhoon;




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      ⇒ Educate stakeholders on response and preparedness and come up
         with their own emergency response and preparedness program;

      ⇒ Identify appropriate mitigating measures on flooding for the
         municipality;

      ⇒ T rain stakeholders on natural hazard management process that
         includes  the natural     hazard    assessment,      vulnerability
         assessment, risk assessment and vulnerability reduction; and

      ⇒ P rovide information to be used to help guide and coordinate
         mitigating activities and decision for local land use policy in the
         future.

This proactive mitigation planning will help reduce the cost of disaster
 response and recovery to the community and its property owners by
 protecting critical community facilities, reducing liability exposure and
 minimizing overall community impacts and disruption.

This CHMP will be implemented thru creation of Multi-Sectoral
Coordinating T eam. The MCT will be composed of the Municipal Mayor as
the Chairman and P ENRO as the Vice-Chairman.               The MCT with
committees that will be formulated will chose from among the identified
mitigation strategies in this CHMP appropriate for the municipality of
Kawit. The team will also be responsible on determining strategies to
involve stakeholders in the implementation, monitoring and supervision of
mitigating measures and strategies that are identified in this CHMP . In this
plan, natural mitigation strategies will be included.

 Strengthening of Coastal Law Enforcement Alliance with P artners (NGA’s,
 NGO’s, LGU’s)

 T o strengthen and harmonize all activities of government agencies
 involved on Coastal Law Enforcement in the provinces of Batangas,
 Cavite and Quezon, coordinative meetings with each province were
 attended/conducted, to wit:

  ⇒ Batangas      Marine P rotected
      Area and Bantay Dagat
      Netw ork                meeting
      spearheaded by Provincial
      Government       and Natural
      Resources Office (P GENRO) of
      Batangas.      Various topics
      were discussed and among
      others w ere: updates on the
      management        status     and
      expansion activities of MPA;
      draft vision and mission of
      netw ork for the MP A strategy
      on    establishing      resilient
      Marine      P rotected      Area    Joint Regular meeting of Btgas Marine PA & Bantay Dagat
      Netw ork/s in       the Verde       Network on Febr uar y 24, 2011, Batangas ICM Center
      Island P assage; updates on


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                     the     operation/activities   of   RED Nilo Tamoria seated w/ Dr. D. Bravo during the
                     Bantay Dagat; presentation of       June 13, 2011meeti ng

                     financial assistance of DENR
                     CALABARZON; and Executive
                     Order No. 2011-2 (Adopting and
                     Incorporating     Marine     Law
                     Enforcement Strategies in the
                     ICM P lan of the Province and
                     Creating                Batangas
                     Environmental Response T eam
                     (BERT ) for Coastal, Marine and
                     Inland Waters Environmental
                                                         Dr. Domingo Bravo doing his presentation on M anila
                     P rotection.                        Bay

                     DENR 4A pledged to support the
                     Bantay Dagat        Netw ork by
                     providing financial support on
                     the strengthening enforcement
                     alliance of the province.

               ⇒ Assembly meeting conducted by
                    the Department of Interior and
                    Local Government (DILG) at
                    Calamba City, Laguna on June
                    13, 2011. This meeting focused on the presentation of concerns and
                    identification of participation of each mandamus agencies with regards
                    to the Supreme Court’s order to clean and rehabilitate the Manila Bay.
                    It w as agreed during this meeting to have a series of leveling off/
                    meeting w ith the LGU’s of Cavite (June 28, 2011) Laguna (June 21,
                    2011) and Rizal (June 17, 2011) which had been materialized as
                    planned.

               ⇒ City Government of Lucena City conducted meeting in support to the
                    strengthening of coastal law enforcement alliance with partners of
                    T ayabas Bay and in correlation with the City’s Rivers Resuscitation
                    P rogram last November 16, 2011. T aken up during this meeting were
                    the conduct of garbage and river clean ups and field trip to Cavite
                    regarding the establishment of trash-trap .

                     Further, CMMD-4A presented the results of the recent conduct of Dry
                     Season - Biophysical Assessment of Dumacaa-Iyam T ayabas River
                     Basin.

       •    Rehabilitation, Management and P rotection of Mangrove Areas

                As a response to mangrove resource degradation and climate change
            adaptation strategies, the region conducted validation and mangrove areas
            and provision of technical assistance in mangrove rehabilitation.

              Validation of Mangrove Areas

              Several statistics have been published with regards to the estimated
              mangrove cover of the CALABARZON Region. How ever, for the past
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 NAMRIA’S satellite generated data, hence, ground validation of the
 remaining mangroves in Lucena City of Quezon, and Rosario and T anza of
 Cavite w ere planned and undertaken this CY 2011. But due to the
 request from the province of Batangas same w as also conducted thereat.

Lucena City, Quezon. An aggregated area of approximately 70-hectare
mangrove areas covering the Brgys of Ibabang Iyam, Barra, Castiloo, Mayao
P arada and T alaotalao w ere validated. The most common and dominant
mangrove species observed include Rhizophora stylosa, Rhizophora
apiculata, Rhizophora mucronat a, Avicennia marina, Avicennia alba,
Sonneratia alba.




   While validati ng mangrove ar eas at Brgy        The validated mangrove areas of Luc ena City
             Talaotalao Luc en City



Cavite.     The riverine and fringing
                                               Rosario, Cavite
mangroves w ere also validated in the
municipalities of Rosario and T anza,
Cavite with an approximate area of 30
hectares.      Most dominant species
observed include Sonneratia caseolaris,
Sonneratia    alba,   Avicennia marina,
Avicennia officinalis and Nypa fruticans.
Starting from the seaw ard zone dominant
species are Avicennia marin a, Soneratia              Tanza,
alba and Soneratia caseolaris. From the middle
zone extending to the landw ard zone are species
of Rhizophora apiculat a, Rhizophora mucron at a
and Rhizophora stylosa and Aroma f arnesiana.
Along the sheltered coves and riverine zone
species are represented by the mixture of
species observed in the seaw ard, middle and landw ard zones.

Batangas. Assessment of mangrove areas w as conducted per request of its
P rovincial Government Environment and Natural Resources Office
(P GENRO). Stand structure assessment of mangrove communities were
conducted at the three (3) coastal barangays of Lemery and San Luis,
Batangas.

The riverine and fringing mangroves assessed were located in the delta of
Barangay P alanas, Lemery Batangas covers approximately five (5) hectares
lying within coordinates 120°54'01.9" longitude and 13°53'38.7" latitude.
The mangrove areas are associated by Aegiceras corniculatum (Saging-


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             saging), Sonneratia alb a (P agatpat), San Luis, Batangas
             Avicennia alb a (Bungalon), Avicennia
             marin a        (Api-api),      Bruguierra
             gymnorhizza (Busain), Nypa fruticans
             (Nipa), Rhizophora apiculata (Bak auan
             lalaki), Rhizophora mu cron ata (Bak auan
             babae), Rhizophora stylosa (Bak auan
             Bato).    A total of tw o (2) hectares
             mangrove plantations were found in
             the area planted with Rhizophora sp.,
             Avicennia Sp. and Briguierra Sp. An
             approximate area of 0.40 hectare Acacia f arnesiana (Aroma) w ere also
             noticed striving in the seaw ard zone of P alanas.

            In Brgy. Mataas na Bayan,
             Lemery, Batangas, regenerations
             of mangrove communities w ere
             surveyed       and      assessed.
             Avicennia alba (Bungalon) w ere
             vigorously found and dominated
             the eight and half (8.5) hectares
             abandoned fishpond, associated
             with Excoecaria agallocha (Buta-
             buta),       Hibiscus    tiliaceus          Palanas, Lemer y, Batangas
             (Malubago),    Sonneratia     alb a
             (P agatpat),     and       Ipomea
             pescaprae     (Lambayong)      are
             grow ing on a sandy muddy
             substratum.        Approximately
             eleven (11) hectares of Acacia
             farnesiana (Aroma) w ere also
             observed along the seaw ard zone
             of Mataas na Bayan serving as
             buffer zone from storm surges,
             w aves and sand erosion.

            The remaining        one   (1)
             hectare of mangroves in
             Brgy. Banoyo, San Luis,
             Batangas are classified into
             fringing and over w ashed
             type of mangrove forest,
             situated     between    120°
             54'52.7" longitude and 13°
             49'51.2" latitude. There are
             only four (4) species of
             mangroves identified and
             recorded in the area, these
             are the Avicennia alba,
             Avicennia            marin a,
             Rhizophora stylosa and Sonneratia alb a. T he fringing mangroves at shore
             are characterized with sandy muddy substr ate w hile the overw ashed
             mangroves in Banoyo Island are growing on sandy/coralline substrate.




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                          Brgy Bacon g, Gen L una, Quezon




P rovision of T echnical Assistance in the Management and Protection of
Mangrove Areas

Development, rehabilitation and protection of mangrove areas have
constantly been the priority activity of the coastal and marine
management. This is in response to the continuous mangrove resource
degradation, climate change adaptation strategies and Executive Order No.
26, known as National Greening Program. Increasing mangrove cover
areas in CALABARZON Region w as attributed to the full commitment of
our    partners,    P eoples   Organizations   (P O’s), Non-Government
Organizations, P rivate sectors, Local Government Units (LGU’s) and its
constituents. With their assistance and cooperation supporting this
program, total of 39-hectares mangrove plantation areas w as established
within 8 coastal municipalities of Quezon.




         Summary location of the 39-hectares established mangrove
plantations is shown in T able III-28 below:



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                      Tabl e III-28. Mangrove Areas Rehabilitated , CY 2011
                                   Location               Area      Species       Remarks
                                                          (has.)
                      1. Brgy Cabong, Buenavista           2*      Rhizophora 20,000
                                                           2**                propagules
                      2. Brgy Biyan and San Isidro,       15**     Rhizophora 9,000
                         Calauag                           2*                 propagules
                         Brgy Biyan, Calauag                                  60,000
                                                                              propagules
                      3. Brgy Caridad, Quezon              8**     Rhizophora 36,000
                                                                              propagules
                      4. Brgy Ajos, Catanauan              2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                      5. Brgy Bacong, Gen Luna             2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                      6. Brgy Luctob, Macalelon            2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                      7. Brgy Ajos, Mulanay                2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                      8. Brgy Kawayan, San Francisco       2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                      9. Brgy Maligaya, San Narciso        2**     Rhizophora 20,000
                                                                              propagules
                           * - Regular Fund                        ** Central Office Fund

                •    Advocacy Building/Information, Education and Communication

                     T o strengthen the partnership and governance to constituents and
                     stakeholders, information about our activities so as to educate target
                     audience, IEC materials and campaigns were prepared and
                     coordinated in which the following activities w ere conducted:

                          Capacity Building P rogram

                          ⇒ Orientation on Executive Order No. 533

                          The Stakeholders Orientation Workshop on Executive Order No.
                          533- Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) for Ragay Gulf,
                          Quezon Province w as held on July 28, 2011 at T ayabas City. T his
                          w as conducted to capacitate Ragay Gulf stakeholders in order for
                          them to effectively implement ICM activities within the Ragay Gulf
                          Area.

                          P articipants composing of representatives from Local Government
                          Units (LGU’s) of coastal municipalities along Ragay Gulf
                          (T agkaw ayan, Guinyangan and San Narciso), Other Government
                          Agency (Philippine Coast Guard), academe (Southern Luzon State
                          University), P rovincial Government Environment and Natural
                          Resources (P GENRO), Provincial P lanning and Development Office
                          (PP DO), P eople’s Organization (P O), and DENR Region and Quezon
                          offices. Mr. Robert S. Jara of the P artnership in Environmental
                          Management for the Seas of East Asia (P ENSEA) and Dr. Domingo
                          R. Bravo, Chief, CMMD of DENR IV-A CALABARZON served as the
                          resource persons.


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⇒ T raining on Integrated Information Management System (IIMS)

   The IIMS is a relational environmental database that can store
   sets of data that are necessary in environmental management..
   This w as developed to capture important data on coastal,
   marine and river basin CALABARZON is gifted with coastal
   resources however full of risks and threats challenging
   environmental protection conflicting with the development.
   Most of the Integrated Coastal Management parallel sites of the
   P EMSEA are located in the region.
                    LGU’s within Ragay Gulf were oriented on EO 533




   Realizing that this Integrated Information Management System
   is a requirement for ICM Scaling-Up the Region came up with
   a w orkshop for the IIMS:

   1. IIMS T raining Workshop for T ayabas Bay w as conducted on
      06-07 April 2011 at Lucena
      City, attended by contingents
      from City/Municipal Planning
      an d       Dev el opme n t
      Coordin ator s   (C/ MP DCs ),
      City/Municipal Environment
      and Natural Resources Offices
      (C/MENROs)        and City/
      Municipal Agriculture Offices
      (C/MAOs) along T ayabas Bay,
      as well as the P rovincial
      Planning and Development Office (PPDO) and PENRO/
      CENROs Quezon.

   2. IIMS T raining Workshop for the provinces of Cavite and
      Batangas w as conducted on 20-21September 2011 at Los
      Baños, Laguna.
      I t      w a s
      participated by
      t      h         e
      representatives
      of the fifteen
      (15) and nine
      (9)    c o as t a l
      muni ci p ali tie s
      of    Batan gas
      an d    Cav i te ,
      respectively together with their PG-ENRO and PPDO and
      some DENR-RIVA personnel.


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      ► Research, Devel opment and Extension Programs: In further support to this
         agenda, the Ecosystems Research and Development sector w as engaged on
         the following research and development extension programs and activities:

         •    RDEP 2: P rogram on Sustainable Upland and Coastal Areas Development

              Sub-P rogram: Program on bamboo and rattan, medicinal plants and other
              economical important species for livelihood and ecologically stability

              Study 1: Survey of bamboo stands and establishment of a national database
              of economically important bamboo species in the Philippines

              The study aims at providing the necessary data on the extent, distribution,
              availability, and location of commercially valuable bamboo species in the
              CALABARZON region.

                   For the conduct of this Study, a Regional Team w as created, which
                   composed of personnel from Decision Support System Office (DSSO),
                   Forest Management Sector, and P ENRO/CENRO in Laguna. Dr.
                   Lamberta N. Meraña of ERDS-Region IV-A acted as the Study Leader.
                   The P rovince of Laguna w as chosen as the Pilot Area.

                   Among the municipalities and specific barangays considered for survey
                   are the following: Brgys. T aytay and Oobi in Majayjay; Brgy. Bucal in
                   Nagcarlan; Brgy. San Jose in San P ablo City; Brgys. Cansuso, P auwin,
                   Lumot, and Sisilmin in Cavinti; Brgys. San Antonio and Longos in
                   Kalayaan; Brgys. Kapatahan and Macombo in P aete; Brgy. Galalan in
                   P angil; Brgy. Matikiw in P akil; Brgy. Minayutan in Famy; Bgrys. P arang
                   na Buho, Santiago, Laurel, Cueva, and P aco in Sta. Maria; Brgys.
                   Novaliches and Ilayang Sungi in Liliw; and municipality of Rizal.

                   More than 900 clumps of mixed bamboo stands were surveyed/
                   inventoried within the eight (8) barangays in 6 selected municipalities in
                   the province of Laguna. Bamboo stands in Majayjay, Laguna are situated
                   along riverbanks and w ater channel beside upland vegetable farms. Most
                   of which is Gigantichloa levis species. Kaw ayang baging almost covers
                   the entire riparian (upland) in barangay Matikiw, P akil while Kaw ayang
                   tinik w as observed growing along foot trails and municipal roads
                   (low land). High concentration of Buho (Schizostachyum lumampao) w as
                   found in barangay Ilayang Sungi, Liliw.

                       Bamboo stands were concentrated in small area above upland farms.
                   In the municipality of Sta. Maria, mixed species of bamboo w ere found
                   concentrated in one are only. Accordingly, most were replaced with
                   Mahogany trees and others destroyed by T yphoon Milenyo, or harvested
                   by local residents. In barangay Minayutan, Famy, most of the Giant
                   bamboo w ere situated along Inaw asan River. On the other hand, bamboo
                   clumps of Buhong Cinâ were predominantly situated along roadsides
                   and creeks, with other species such as T ew anak in T ala, Rizal. (See
                   T able III-30 for the detailed results of the survey per municipality per
                   barangay).

                 Below are photos of Bamboo stands found in selected municipalities
              within the province of Laguna.



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  Bolo (Gigantichloa levis)   K a w a ya n g T i ni k (B a mb us a      Buho (Schizostacyium    T all bamboo poles         (Schizos tacyiu m
  found in Brgy. Oobi         lumeana) found in Brgy. Matikiw,          lumampao) in Ilayang    lumampao) found in Liliw, Laguna
                              Pakil, Laguna                             Sungi, Liliw




  Buhong Cinà found in         Kawayang tinikin Parang ng            Giant Bamboo (De ndrocala mus       Buhong Cinà in T ala, Rizal
  Brgy. Laurel, Sta. Maria     Buho, Sta. Maria                      asper) in Minayutan, Famy




Tabl e III-30. Bamboo stands surveyed within the province of Laguna.
                                                                         BAMBOO STAND
 MUNICIPA LITY/    ELEVATION
                                         Bamboo Species                                                       Distribution
  BARANGAY           (masl)                                              No. of     No. of
                                                                         Culms     Clumps
Majayjay
Taytay                 872     Bolo (Gigantichloa levis)                   1,800      180
Oobi                   596     Bolo (Gigantichloa levis)                   1,200      120 along a water channel beside the upland
                                                                                          vegetable farms; along riverbanks
Sta. Maria
Parang na Buho         288     Kawayan-tinik (Bambusa                       936        18 mixed species concentrated in one area
                               blumeana)
                               Buho (Schizostachyum lumampao)                40         1
                               Buhong Cinâ                                   50         2
                               Tekawayan                                    120         6
Laurel                 138     Kawayan-tinik (Bambusa                       903        21 mixed species concentrated in one area
                               blumeana)
                               Buhong Cinâ                                  486        18
                               Tekawayan                                    126         3
                               Tewanak                                      312         8
Pakil
Matikiw                178     Kawayang baging                             1,000       40 almost covers the entire riparian area (upland)
                               Kawayan-tinik (Bambusa                      6,000      200 along side; along foot trails and municipal roads
                               blumeana)                                                  (lowland)
Liliw
Ilayang Sungi          660     Buho (Schizostachium lumampao)              1,200      100 high concentration on site (above the upland
                               Bolo (Gigantichloa levis)                                  farms); along Liliw River
Famy
Minayutan                      Kawayan-tinik (Bambusa                        60         1 along Inawasan River
                               blumeana)
                               Giant bamboo (Dendrocalamus                  352        11
                               asper)
Rizal
Tala                           Buhong Cinâ                                 4,836      186 along roadsides and creeks
                               Tewanak                                       150       10



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               For this year, the Region w as able to generate the Regional Database of
            Bamboo Stands and produced one (1) GIS-based map of Bamboo stands in
            the province of Laguna. (See Figures III-20 and III-21).




                              Figure III-20. Image of Region IV-A Dat abase o f Bamboo Stands.




                        Figure III-21 . GIS-based map of Bamboo Stands in the province of Laguna.




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Study 3: Establishment of pilot plantation of bamboo and rattan
    With a general objective of transferring technologies on bamboo and
rattan plantations establishment, the sector will establish Bamboo and
Rattan plantations and at the same time train upland tree farmers on
plantation establishment and management.

   The Quezon P rotected Landscape (QPL) in Malicboy, P agbilao, Quezon
   w as chosen as the plantation site. The area w as surveyed and basic
   characteristics were gathered such as topography/aspect, soil type
   drainage system, current landuses, climate, and tree species within. (see
   below T able III-31).
     Tabl e III-31. Basic description of Quezon Protected Landscape (QPL) in Malicboy,
                   Pagbilao, Quezon.

           PARAMETER                                        DESCRI PTI ON
      TOPOGRAPHY/ASP ECT         rolling, rugge d te rrain; more than 60% of the area with above
                                 200m in e le vation

      EXISTING LAND USES         kaingin, coconut plantation, n atur al forest; gr assland/open/
                                 denuded along th e boundary and flatter sec tions

      SOIL TYPE                  Bantay Clay Loam

      RIVER SYST EM              Amao Rive r

      CLIMATE                    Rainfall (mm) min-3,053.6; me an-204 rainy days maximum;
                                 Type IV

      DOMINANT SPECIES           Dipterocarpu s,Shorea, Par ashorea, Hopea and Pen tac me. Non-
                                 dipteroc arp trees inclu de Syz giu m, Dio spyros, Ficu s and Aglaia



   Four (4) Pil ot Pl antations of Bamboo w ere established for this year, a
   100% accomplishment based on target. A total of 240 bamboo seedlings
   (90-P user; 90-Anos; 60-Bayog) were outplanted in productive area of
   PACBRMA, Brgy. Mamala 1, Sariaya, Quezon and another 240 bamboo
   seedlings (90-P user; 90-Anos; 60-Bayog) were outplanted in marginal
   area of CBFM, Brgy. Sta. Catalina, Atimonan. Quezon. The P ercentage
   survival in the marginal area is 60.78%, while in the productive area is
   68.86%.

      Delineation in grassland               Strip brushing in                Outplanting in grassland
            and lo wland                  grassland and lo wland                    and lo wland




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             Sub-program 3: Development of strategies for the production of quality
             planting materials

             P roject 1: T ree Improvement P rogram for Indigenous and Endangered species
             The project generally aims at upgrading and enhancing the sustainable
             sources of quality germplasm and vegetative materials for planting stock
             production of some demand-driven indigenous/endangered species
             nationwide.


                  Clonal Seed Orchard Establishment: T ree improvement approaches w ere
                  used in the selection of site and species for this activity. Sitio Amao,
                  Malicboy in Quezon w as selected as the project site and Bani (Pongamia
                  pinnata) as the species. Basic descriptions of the site and the species were
                  also gathered. (T able III-32).
            T able III-32. Site and species descriptions for Seed O rchard Establishment in
            Mlicboy, Quezon, CY 2011.
                         Sitio Amao, Malicboy, Quezon                                   Bani (Pongamia pinnata)

            Location: situated within 13 51” 18 N and 121 55” 10 E   General Distribution: Common along the seashore and border
                                                                     of lakes
            Vegetation: Other species found in the area: Bitaog Chemical properties: Contains alkaloids demethoxy-kanugin,
            (Callophy llum inophy llum  )and T alisay (T erminalia gamatay, glabrin, glabrosaponin, kaempferol, kanjone, kanu-
            catappa).                                              gin, karangin, neoglabrin, pinnatin, pongamol, pongapin, quer-
                                                                   citin, saponin, b-sitosterol and tannin. Seeds yield a thick,
                                                                   reddish brown oil known as pongam oil (also called pangamol
                                                                   or hongay oil)

                                                                     Uses: seed oil as illuminant and in manufacturing of soaps and
                                                                     candles; bark is for strings and rope making; dried leaves as
                                                                     insect repellant; twigs for cleaning teeth; ashes for hair dyeing.
                                                                     General uses based on studies: anti-bacterial, antioxidant,
                                                                     biofuel source, anti-diarrheal, anti-hyperammonemia, anti-
                                                                     convulsant, anti-lice, anti-ulcer/gastroprotective




                     A total of one hundred (100) Bani species w ere grafted to produce
                  planting stocks for the seed orchard establishment and were outplanted
                  in Quezon P rotected Landscape (QP L) Brgy, Malicboy, P agbilao, Quezon
                  with an area of 1,250 sq. m. and 3 x 5 m spacing .




                  Ramet/Hedge Garden Establishment: For easy protection and
                  maintenance, the site for hedge garden is situated at the Clonal Nursery
                  in Sitio Amao, Malicboy, Quezon covering about 5,000 sq.m. As of this
                  quarter, three (3) hedge gardens w ere established and planted with
                  Lanete, Bani, and White Lauan. Germplasm collection of Lanete is
                  currently being done in preparation for outplanting.


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             For the Provenance/Progeny T esting/Trials and P rotocol Development,
             one hundred thirty-five (135) White lauan (Shorea contorta) species w ere
             outplanted in 2,500 sq.m. area in Brgy. Sapinit, P agbilao, Quezon.

                    Three      (3) blocks were
             established, each blocks have 7
             meter spacing for isolation.
             Forty-five species (45) were
             outsourced         from three (3)
             provinces         namely:      Auror a,
             Laguna, and Quezon. Each has
             d i s ti n c t    di fferen ce s     in
             geogr aphic al        locati on    and
             climatic factors. The figure
             below provides for the image of
             experimental design for this
             s tud y.       T he     bl ue   ci rc le
             represents species from Aurora,
             the red and yellow represent
             species Laguna and Quezon,
                                                                     Figure III-22 . Experimental design for Provenance Study.
             respectively.

        Sub-program 4: Improving Reforestation                                   Technologies/Strategies                            and
        Enhancing Productivity of Upland Areas

        P roject 1: Application of mycorrhiza and other Soil Amelioration for
        Improving Reforestation and Agroforestation in the Uplands

        The project specifically aimed at field testing and demonstrating the
        effectiveness of the application of mycorrhiza (biofertilizer) in significantly
        enhancing survival of different tree and agroforestry species in the upland.
        Highlights of accomplishments for this year were as follows:

             Nursery and Demonstration area selection: Clonal Nursery in Malicboy,
             Quezon w as chosen as the nursery area due to the existing facilities and
             proximity to the demonstration area. The demonstration farm w ould be in
             a private land covering 5.2 hectares. The area has a flat rolling terrain, a
             marginal grassland, and accessible to the national road.

             P reparation of seedbeds inside the misting chamber of the Clonal Nursery
             in Quezon:sowing and broadcasting of seeds of Batino, Kupang, Raintree,
             and Ipil-ipil, innoculation using various mycorrhizal treaments (1,2,3 and
             4). (see photos).




Preparation of seed beds         Jackfruit and Coffee seeds sowing                    Rain tree, Jackfruit, Ipil-ipil, and Kupang
and broadcasting of seeds




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            Seed germinates were maintained and protected in the Clonal Nursery and
            outplanted to the Demo area located at Brgy. Ikerin, P agbilao, Quezon.

       •    RDEP 3: P rogram on Water Resources Management

            P roject 1: Economic pricing of raw w ater for Improved              Watershed
            Management: The Case of Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve

            For this project, the Region office assessed w ater resources situation within
            Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve, evaluated the level of aw areness of residents
            about the importance of w atersheds in ensuring a sustainable w ater supply,
            ascertaining users willingness to pay, and identified reasons why w ater users
            may not be willing to pay for improved management of the Reservation.

                 Coordination and reconnaissance survey in
                 Lipa City, Batangas: P roper coordination
                 w as made with the Metro Lipa Water
                 District (MLWD), concerned LGU, and
                 PUSOD, an active organization that w orks
                 on environmental education for ecological
                 responsibility, research, and monitoring
                 and     biodiv ersi ty c ons erv ati on f or
                 sustainable development.

                    Relative to this, latest information such as sources of domestic w ater,
                 number of service connections and number of households, estimated
                 volume of w ater produced by the w ater district and the average of w ater
                 consumption were gathered.

                 Focus Group Discussion: A Multi-sectoral meeting w as conducted and
                 attended by all members of Lipa Head Council. The following information
                 were obtained per discussion:

            ♦    Basic Description of Mt. Malarayat:

                     Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve is considered as the only remaining
                 forest cover in the province of Batangas needing immediate rehabilitation.
                 Geographically, Mt. Malarayat is located 13 58’ 11.7” latitude and 121


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    16’. It is bounded on the northwest by the province of Laguna, on the
    southw est by the province of Batangas and in the southeast by the
    province of Quezon.

       The proper management of Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve is vital in the
    provision of w ater for agricultural purposes of the three (3) provinces, for
    domestic use of community members, and for recreational purposes (with
    existing Malarayat Golf and Country Club and the like).

♦   P rogram and activities inside the area

       Within four (4) years, the National P ower Corporation (NP C) had
    already reforested a total of 30 hectares.

♦   P roblems encountered      during    the   implementation       of    Watershed
    Management activities

       Some concerns mentioned regarding the implementation of w atershed
    management are sustainability of the planted seedlings, maintenance and
    the appropriate species to be planted in the area.

♦   Effective approach/es in resolving the problems

       Suggestions obtained during discussion were as follows: monitoring of
    the planted seedlings, strict enforcement of the law , and protection
    against illegal logging educate brgy. official and encourage private sector
    to conduct tree planting and buy seedlings to the community and have
    hydrologic assessment specific for MMFR.

       The NP C Representative recommended involving all sectors of society
    (each group to have specific function) forw ard a common goal of
    protecting and managing MMFR; Create sense of ownership and
    responsibility of all sector on natural resources management.

♦   P roposed programs/project for the protection of Mt. Malarayat

       The sector w as able to gather information that the NP C will be
    reforesting a 20 hectares upon release of their budget. Other proposed
    activities are Information Education and Communication (IEC), lectures
    in public school elementary grades re: importance of w atershed with the
    emphasis on Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve and tie-up with DepED to
    produce IEC materials and disseminate to the communities near the
    w atershed area. Metro Lipa Water District (MLWD) said that they will
    require all schools within the cities serviced by MLWD will provide leaflets
    regarding the importance of w ater and its sources. Another program of
    activities is the alternative livelihood like quail egg production, fuel wood
    production for the community members.

Enumerated below are other suggestions:

    1.  Maintenance and protection up to 3 years ( for fast growing) 5 years
       (indigenous) of planted seedlings.
    2. Increase aw areness of people from Tiaong, Quezon and San P ablo,
       Laguna about the importance of protection of MMFR.
    3. Signage’s must be install in MMFR to w arm hikers not pollute in the
       area.
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                 4. Creation of Mt. Malarayat as P rotected area.
                 5. Seminar orientation on forestry related law s ( target audience brgy.
                    officials, committee on environment, LGU, schools).
                 6. Availability of forest rangers at MMFR.
                 7. Schools to increase public aw areness (thorough). develop positive
                    desirable attitude of students on improved w atershed management.
                 8. Create a group (informed and educated on the importance of
                    protecting and managing MMFR) within a barangay with coordinating
                    with GA/NGA and industries to come up with program/project on
                    maintaining the planted trees.

                 Household Focus Group Discussion: Twenty five (25) households from
                 different Barangays attended the meeting. T opics discussed were the
                 source of w ater, the w ater consumption problem and cause on shortage of
                 w ater supply, uses of w ater and the negative effects of shortage of w ater.

                     During the discussion some households do not know where the source
                 of w ater came from but others told that the w ater supply came from deep
                 underground. Also most of the participants/households do not have idea
                 about w atershed area even the importance of it.
                 They do not know also that the w ater supply within the communities is
                 coming from Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve.

                     ERDB and ERDS staff asked the group of households if they are
                 willing to pay and how much they can voluntarily pay for the protection
                 and managing Mt. Malaraya’t Forest Reserve, but some household w ere
                 not willing to pay for the reason that they have no additional budget.

                    However, if it is compulsory they are willing too. Other asked the
                 mechanism on how the collection of fund and who will be responsible for
                 that matter.

                    The analysis determined the trend of responses of respondents and
                 the results revealed that out of the 432 target respondents interviewed,
                 207 or 48% are willing to contribute for w atershed management fund
                 while 225 or 52% are not willing to contribute.

                     Moreover, out of the 225 respondents who are not willing to contribute
                 the bid amount assigned, 105 or 47% gave their willingness to contribute
                 to the fund but with a lower amount. The average amount they are willing
                 to contribute w as P 21.38 per month. Most of the respondents who are
                 willing to pay suggested that their contribution be incorporated in their
                 monthly w ater bill. The remaining 120 or 53% of the respondents are not
                 willing to contribute any amount due to their financial constraint. T he
                 reasons of the respondents who are not willing to contribute were as
                 follow s: 1) could not afford additional payments (12% ); 2) budget for basic
                 needs will be affected (7% ); 3) fund might not go for intended purpose
                 (5% ).

            P roject 3: Riparian Zone Assessment for Rehabilitation to minimize erosion
            and sedimentation and improve w ater quality

               Under this project, the Region office documented and validated problems
            and issues related to Riparian Zone Environment, characterized and
            assesssed the hydrologic behaviour of Riparian Zone in the contect of

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Ecosystems Approach (EA) using w atershed as planning unit, identified and
prioritized areas for riparian zone rehabilitation, and established riparian
zone pilot demonstration area. Highlights of activities conducted w ere the
following:

   Coordination: P roper coordination w as made with the National Irrigation
   Administration office in Lucena City as to the conduct of site visit to
   riparian areas within their jurisdiction. P roblems and issues encountered
   on riparian zone were also gathered. Accordingly, rampant quarrying,
   cutting of trees for personal use and charcoal making, and utilization of
   streambank for small-time farming are the contributing factors to erosion
   or streambank destabilization.

   Site Selection: Reconnaisance survey w as conducted for the
   establishment of experimental plots. Among the sites visited are riparian
   areas of Binahaan Watershed in Sitio Logpond in Barangay Binahaan,
   P agbilao, Quezon, Janagdong Watershed in Sitio Canda, Barangay
   Janagdong 1, Lagnas Watershed in Dolores, Quezon, and Mt. Malarayat
   Forest Reserve in Batangas City. (see photos)




Basic descriptions and other secondary information for each w atershed w ere
also gathered as summarized in T able III-33 .


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 Table III-33. Basic descriptions of Potential Watershed for Riparian Zone Experimental Plot
 Establishment, CY 2011.

  NAME OF WATER- GEOGRAPHI C                            AREA (in    TOPOGRAPHY/       LAND COVER/
                                         RAI NFALL                                                    HAZARDS
  SHED/LOCATI ON  LOCATI ON                             hectares)    ELEVATI ON          USES

 Binahaan Water-                      506.39 mm                 420 masl             agricultural,    landslide
 shed/Quezon                          highest recorded 1,489.39 (highest eleva-      built-up, coco- and
                                      for the past 6            tion)                nut plantation, flooding
                                      years                                          fishpond, grass-
                                                                                     land, mangrove,
                                                                                     brushland, re-
                                                                                     sidual forest,
                                                                                     rice puddy
 Janagdong Sub-      1210 29'       For the year                   highest eleva-    for irrigation   erosion,
 Watershed/          54.6" longi- 2009, the           3,076.75 tion is 520.00        (supporting NIA flooding,
 Quezon              tude and 13 0 monthly average                 meters while the in Sariaya, Que- and oth-
                     55' 57" lati- rainfall in                     lowest elevation zon), farm land, ers
                     tude           Sariaya, Quezon                is at reference coconut planta-
                                    is 283.9 mm                    sea level of 0.00 tion, brush-
                                    while the an-                  meter             land/grassland;
                                    nual rainfall                                    generally agri-
                                    reaches 3, 407.8                                 culture, built-
                                    mm.                                              up, and protec-
                                                                                     tion forest
 Lagnas Water-       Major source of water for irrigation of five (5) barangays of Tiaong: San Isidro, San
 shed/Quezon         Jose, Paiisa, Tagbakin, and Palagaran; source of potable water of Dolores Water Dis-
                     trict for the municipality of Dolores; religious sectors living nearby that have impor-
                     tant part in the use of the mountain and water; with existing springs and waterfalls in
                     barangays Kinabuhayan and Sta.Lucia, specifically Kristalino, Suplina, Bakas ni He-
                     sus, Salaming Bubog and Kweba ng Eden, Tubig ng Ama, and Sta. Lucia, which are
                     believed to have medicinal values

 Mt. Mal arayat      1210 16' lon-    For agriculture sector of three (3) provinces; for domestic use; for rec-
 Forest Reserve/     gitude and       reational purposes; with numerous number of CITES listed species
 Batangas, Que-      13 0 58' 11.7"   classified as endangered like the Tarictic Hornbill (Penelopides panini);
 zon, Laguna         latitude         the Reticulated Python (Python ret iculat es) as rare and endangered; fern
                                      species like Kab-kab (Drynaria quercif olia) and Pakong bato (Microsorum
                                      longissimum) as rare and endangered; Narra (Pt erocarpus indicus) and
                                      Mayapis (Shorea squamata) both rare, endemic, and economically valu-
                                      able
            Based on this information, the Binahaan Watershed was chosen as the
            Study Area. Site selected riparian zone w as delineated prior to the
            establishment of demonstration plots. Replication w as represented by Blocks
            which have a dimension of 3meters x 15 meters. On each block the
            treatments composed of the three plant species selected which include
            ornamental bamboo, heleconia and lemon grass w ere assigned randomly.
            Before ouplanting the selected plant species to be used, mentoring on how to
            use the improvised measuring device for the collection of soil erosion rate
            w as done.

               Soil erosion occurring on the established
            erosion plots w as        monitored in tw o
            and a half months. An improvised rain
            gauge for the measurement of rainfall in the
            project site w as installed at the same time.
            Recording of daily rainfall w as started on
            October 22. Stream flow on the adjacent
            Binahaan River w as monitored monthly. T o
            date there w ere tw o data collection
            undertaken.

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P roject 4: Stakeholders' P articipation in Water Resources P rotection and
Development P rogram

    Under this project, the Region office documented various participatory
models/mechanisms employed in the protection and development of w ater
resources in selected watersheds within Region IV-A, assessed the roles of
different stakeholders in the protection and development of w ater resources
in selected w atershed, and determined appropriate models/mechanisms for a
participatory w ater resources protection and development in w atersheds.

The Region has completed the following activities for this year:

   Evaluation of P articipatory Management Scheme: The identified
   w atersheds were composed of Lagnas Watershed (Dolores, Quezon), Amao
   Creek (P agbilao, Quezon), Mt. Malarayat Forest Reserve (Lipa City,
   Batangas), Malabanban and Lubigan Springs (San P ablo City, Laguna),
   Binahaan Watershed, P agbilao, Quezon), and Maulaw in Spring P rotected
   Landscape (Guinayangan, Quezon). Among these w atersheds that w ere
   evaluated, the Maulaw in Spring P rotected Landscape w as selected as
   model site with some integrated participatory management strategies. It
   w as considered as a priority area for biodiversity conservation under the
   classification of Insufficient Data (ID) based on the results of the National
   Biodiversity Conservation P riority Setting Project by DENR-P AWD, UP
   Center for Integrative and Development Studies, and Conservation
   International P hilippines.

      The different management schemes within the MSP L were categorized
   according to multi-disciplinary participation in w ater resource protection
   and development including the commitments and management efforts
   showed by every stakeholder, to wit:

1. Resource Management Scheme

        This scheme covers
   w a t e r s h e d
   r e h a bi l i t a ti o n ,
   p l a n t a t i o n
   e s tabl i s h me n t an d
   r es tor ati on pr oje c ts
   within the Maulawin
   S p r i n g P r o te c te d
   Landscape. Activities
   such as tree planting
   w i th i n th e Str i c t
   Protection Zone (SPZ)
   w as funded by the
   Municipal Government
   of Guinayangan (Php
   100,000.00 from the 20% development fund of 2010); establishment of
   molave plantation and five (5) hectares restoration project within SPZ,
   funded by Quezon P rovincial Government (Php 100,000.00); enrichment
   planting within the SPZ using 200 apitong and 500 molave seedlings,
   funded by Guinayangan Water District (GWD).



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            2. Rural Economic Development Scheme

                    This approach involves the
                ad op tion   of s ustain abl e
                agroforestry practices within
                the Multiple Use Zone (MUZ)
                and thereby relieving pressure
                on the existing resources of
                the park. The P rotected Area
                Community-Based Resource
                Man age me n t    A gr e e men t
                (PACBRMA) as a tenurial
                instrument was issued to migrant communities (Samahan ng mga Tenured
                Migrants ng Maulawin Area Incorporated) to join the community-based
                program covering a total area of 45 hectares within MSP L.

            3. Infrastructure and Physical Development Scheme

                     This scheme pertains to any
                development within MSPL like
                delineation and demarcation
                ( f un d e d   by    M un i c i p a l
                Government of Guinayangan,
                Php 100,000.00), fencing of SPZ
                (funded by the Municipal
                Government of Guinayangan,
                Php 300,000.00 from the 20%
                development fund)) , pathw ay
                construction (funded by GWD),
                installation of water impounding
                project within the MUZ (funded
                by FMS).

            4. Research, Education and Conservation Scheme

                    T       h       e
                establishment of
                e c ol o gi c al
                laboratory within
                the MSP L serves
                as      a    mic ro
                learning area for
                r e s e ar c h e r s ,
                a c a d e m e ,
                s tud e n ts    an d
                park visitors.

            5. Regulation and Protection Management Scheme

                    The Protected Area Management Board (PAMB) acts as a governing body
                to decide on maters relating to planning and general administration of
                MSPL and conducts quarterly meeting to discuss all aspects of conservation
                and protection of the park. The members of the board have passed and
                approved several resolutions pertaining to the protection and wise
                utilization of all natural-based resources within MSPL.

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6. Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) Scheme

       This        scheme
   serves as sustainable
   financial     tool   to
   achieve conservation
   and economic goals.
   The          resolution
   approved      by    the
   PAMB requires the
   Guinayangan Water
   District to pay the
   resource user’s fee for using raw w ater from Maulawin River. In 2006, a
   Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) w as              signed between PAMB of
   Maulawing Spring P rotected Landscape and the Guinayangan Water
   District relative to the maintenance and operations of w ater system inside
   the MSP L. As stipulated in the agreement the GWD has to pay a monthly
   fee of one thousand pesos which shall be payable semi-annually or six
   months within the first fifteen days of every paying period day. The
   payment of fees shall also be subjected to a five percent (5% ) increase per
   annum starting the fifth year and thereafter.

      The PAMB had generated a revenue in the total amount of Php 100,000
   from resource user’s fees collection and deposited to the Integrated
   Protected Areas Fund (IPAF) which can significantly support resource
   conservation and necessary developments within Maulawin Spring
   Protected Landscape.
7. Park Visitors’ Use and Development Scheme

       This scheme involves the plan to develop a portion of MSPL for
   ecotourism purposes. Relatively, all the stakeholders are willing to support
   this project in order to make the MSP L a self-sustaining biological area and
   to continuously implement some research and conservation activities.

8. Interpretative Management Scheme

      This approach manifests on the actual dealings of the P rotected Area
   Superintendent and PAMB members with the academe, private groups and
   LGU of Guinayangan to strengthen public aw areness on the importance of
   MSPL, what it can provide to the public and what needs to be done to
   continuously achieve the ecological and economic goals.

   R and D Breakthrough: Determination and documentation of some
   participatory management schemes are technological innovations
   appropriate for dissemination. The multi-disciplinary involvement towards
   w ater resource management, utilization and development serves as an
   integral element to achieve economic development, resource conservation
   and environmental protection.




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       •    RDEP 4: Development of Standards/Technologies on Land Disposition,
            Allocation, Land Use and Management

            P roject 1: P olicy options for foreshore (FS) area management

            The project aims to determine policy options on foreshore area management
            for environmental protection and revenue generation. This generally involves
            determination of baseline status in foreshore management and conducting
            RDE on identified gaps, issues and problems. For this year, the Region office
            w as able to complete the following activities:

                 Coordination with P ENRO/CENRO/LGU and Reconnaissance Survey/
                 Identification of Area: The coastal area in Batangas City w as chosen as
                 the study site following the set criteria for selection, which include the
                 following: 1) with active leases for commercial business establishments; b)
                 conflict of interest of declared owners of foreshore lands; c) political
                 intervention; and d) FS utilized without valid permits.

                 Secondary Data Gathering for the preparation of Current Status Report of
                 Coastal and Marine Areas and Foreshore Lease Areas in Region IV-A.
                 Based on limited data compiled from various Coastal Resources
                 Management Plans of various municipalities within the Region, the total
                 length of coastline is approximately 2,140.70 km, which include those in
                 the 14 municipalities of Batangas, 9 in Cavite, and 34 municipalities
                 within Quezon.

               T able III-34 and 35 below provides for the status of foreshore areas within
            the region and the length of coastal lines, respectively.

                   Information gathered include among others the expanse of foreshore
             areas, institutional functions, uses, biophysical attributes, law s and policies
             governing use and other data vital to crafting of policy for future directions.

                  T able III-34. Status of Foreshore Areas within REGIO N IV-A.
                                                                                              LOCATION
                       PROVINCE     AREA 9sqm)                     USES
                                                                                            (Coastal Areas)
                  BATANGAS
                     1. Calaca              6, 149   Docking                          Balayan
                  QUEZON
                     1. Infanta             2, 926   Residential                      So. Maligaya, Dinahican
                                           18, 521   Residential                      So. Puruhan, Dinahican
                     2. Real               31, 685   Commercial/residential           Brgy. Tignoan
                                           54, 713   Commercial/residential           Brgy. Ungos
                                           19, 175   Commercial/residential           Brgy. Mapala d
                                           14, 574   Commercial/residential           Brgy. Kiloloron
                                           44, 477   Commercial/residential           Brgy. Capalong
                     3. Gumaca             76, 562   Commercial
                     4. Perez                        Residential
                     5. Alabat                       Private banca yard
                     6. Plari del                    Videoke/cottages
                     7. Atimonan
                     8. Quezon
                  CAVITE
                     1. Tanza             160,149    Commercial/residential           Brgy. Julugan
                     2. Naic              259,119    Commercial/residential/docking
                     3. Ternate           195,801    Commercial/residential
                  TOTAL                  883,851



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    T able III-35. Length of Costal and Marine Areas within Region IV-A.

                           COASTLINE         MANGROVE AREAS                        SEA GRASS   MARINE FISH PRO-
        PROVINCE                                               CORAL A REAS (ha)
                             (km)                 (ha)                                (ha)       DUCTION (mt)

    CAVITE                       107.54              74.00                                            3, 003.00

    BATANGAS                     437.73             997.00

    QUEZON                     1, 595.43          2, 079. 00           262. 50        33. 50             906.00

    Total                     2,140.70            3,150.00            262.50          33.50           3,909.00

    Source: CRM Plans of the Region. 2009.

•      RDEP 8. Technology Transfer and Commercialization

       Sub-program 1: Assessment and packaging of technologies generated by
       DENR ERDB-ERDS

           An assessment of ENR technologies on “The establishment of a
       bambusetum and nursery production of some bamboo species and the”
       Pilot Demonstration Plantation for Medicinal Forest T ree Species” for
       promotion were identified. P user (Cyrtochloa puser), Bayog (Dendrocalamus
       merrilianus), Anos (Schizotachium lima) and Laak (Bambusa philippinensis)
       were the selected species for the bambusetum w hile for the Pilot
       Demonstration Farm for Medicinal Forest T ree Species w ere: Kamachile
       (Pithecelebium dulce), Bignai (Antidesma bunius), Banaba (Lagerstroemia
       species), Lipote (Syzygium polycephaloides), Igyo (Dysoxylum decandru m)
       and Dita (Alstonia scholaris).

       Sub-program 2: P roduction and distribution of RDE publications, IEC
       materials, other modes of dissemination and IEC on Climate Change RDE

       The ERDS packaged and disseminated flyers are the following :
          1. Seed P roduction Areas
          2. Seed Collection Quality Seeds
          3. Seed P rocessing, Storage and T esting
          4. Accreditation of Forest Nursery




   These flyers were distributed to the different clienteles and stakeholders of
the Southern T agalog Agriculture and Resources Research and Development
Consortium (STARRDEC) during the 24th Regional Research and Development
Symposium Highlights at the Southern Luzon P oly-technique University
(SLSU), Lucban, Quezon.

Sub-program 3: Adaptive intervention mechanisms for the DENR Research
sector - LGU extension service partnership

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           Two (2) technologies were transferred during the year: “The establishment of a
        bambusetum and nursery production of some bamboo species and the” Pilot
        Demonstration P lantation for Medicinal Forest Tree Species” w ere evaluated.
        Both located in Brgy. Mamala 1, Sariaya, Quezon. This is in partnership with the
        People's Organization of Mamala 1 Vegetable Farmers Association (MVAI) and
        LGU of Sariaya Quezon.

        Sub-program 4: Evaluation of the utilization of transferred technologies
        planting materials

           For this year, tw o (2) technologies which were transferred during the previous
        quarter such as: “The establishment of a bambusetum and nursery production
        of some bamboo species and the” Pilot Demonstration P lantation for Medicinal
        Forest T ree Species” were evaluated.

           Based on the evaluation, the impact of the technologies transferred could
        not be realized as the technologies transferred are still on the demonstration or
        showcase stage. Several activities have to be considered first such as:

                  T raining the LGUs and farmers on
                  the establishment of nursery for
                  bamboos and medicinal forest
                  trees

                   T raining the LGUs and farmers
                  on     th e   e s tabl i sh men t   of
                  plantations for        bamboos and
                  medicinal forest trees as well as
                  th e    mai n te n an c e    of   th e
                  established plantations

                  T raining the LGUs and farmers on        harvesting of   bamboos and
                  products from medicinal forest trees

             These activities are the components of the technologies being transferred. It
             is also w orth recommending to ERDB to determine the parameters and
             criteria for evaluation of the technologies being transferred.

      ► M aintenance of Upl and and M angrove Experimental Forests

           The field office has only tw o (2) Forest Rangers assigned to do the patrolling
        w orks on these experimental forests, hence monitoring and patrolling were
        being done through proper coordination with the trusted barangay people

        •    On Upland Experimental Forest:Maintenance of the 1,020 hectares of
             upland experimental forests is carried out through tree planting on critical
             and degraded areas in coordination with Team Energy who provided
             logistics and monetary assistances.

        •    On Mangrove Experimental Forest: Grass cutting w as being done once a
             month on ground surrounding the infrastructures thereat to keep it orderly.
             Housekeeping activities were applied to maintain the comfort room and
             training hall. Other infrastructures like the bunk house and fishing wharf
             need major repairing as most parts are w orn-out already.


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        P atrolling activities w ere conducted by the assigned forest rangers to
        monitor existence of illegal activities in the area. So far as of this report,
        no illegal activity w as noted.

           Within the premise where the structures are located, there were
        damages noticed like that in the board w alk where some strips of
        cemented board w ere removed and damaged. Tiles on the floor of the
        comfort room w ere also removed unknowingly.

           Along with this, Science Research Specialist Galupo conducted
       orientation and briefing on mangrove ecosystem to several groups of
       visitors who came to the Mangrove Experimental Forest from January to
       March 2011. These visitors include: CVE High School students from
       P agbilao, Quezon, St. Anne College from Lucena City, Benguet State
       University Dendrology Class, officials and member of the Rotary Club from
       CALABARZON, and Enverga University from Lucena City. T ree planting
       activity w as also conducted by some group of students in the area.

► Mineral Industry Devel opment Program

  Mining Industry Development P rogram (MIDP ) program is geared tow ards the
  attainment of economically revitalized and an environmentally and socially
  responsible mining industry. It is essentially consists of the administration and
  supervision of all the various stages of mining operation such as exploration,
  development and utilization of mineral resources. In support to the program,
  MGB IV- CALABARZON Region continues to assist the proponents secure their
  mining permits while vigorously conducting compliance monitoring on the
  conditionalities of their mining permits including other plans and programs
  required thereof.

  For this year, the following specific accomplishment of the MGB-Region IV-A
  w as considered contributory to ensuring the protection and productivity
  enhancement of our natural resources.

     a total of tw enty (20) approved mining contracts/permits w ere
     monitored on its compliance with terms and conditions specified in their
     mining contracts/permits;

     Tw enty-six (26) existing Mine Rehabilitation Fund Committees (MRFC)
     operationalized with 108% accomplishment per target; and

     Tw enty-four (24) mining/audit mining/processing firms w ere
     monitored on a quarterly basis in terms of compliance to Mine Safety and
     Health Standards, Annual Environmental Protection and Enhancement
     P rogram (AEPEP ) and Social Development and Management Programs
     (SDMP ).

     In support to the implementation of the National Greening P rogram (NGP ),
  our partners in the mining industry had produced a total of 43,038 seedlings
  planted and/or donated to LGUs public schools and other stakeholders. The
  success of the implementation of the NGP for CY 2011 is attributed to the
  concerted efforts by DENR Region IVA (CALABARZON), mining companies,
  Local Government Units, schools and other stakeholders. They played a big role
  in the accomplishment of the target and DENR-MGB IVA CALABARZON is
  looking forw ard their support for the NGP in the years to come.

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      4. Enhanced Revenues from Natural Resources

         Certain programs and projects of the Department are purposely to generate
      and enhance collection of revenues from the use of natural resources. Among these
      that are being implemented include: Management of forestlands and forest
      resources, Land Management and Distribution, Survey of Foreshore Areas and
      Management of P atrimonial Properties, P rotected Area Management, and the Use it
      or Lose it P olicy on Mining Operations.

      ► Sectoral Operations

             From Forest Management Services, a total of PhP 2,408,855.60 were
             collected from issuance of licenses, leases, permits, and agreements for the
             extraction and utilization of forest products and forest resources, including
             chainsaw registration. Among the five (5) provinces, Quezon province
             generated the highest collection comprising 68% , followed by Batangas with
             13%.

             Land Distribution P rogram
             The program involves the disposition of A & D lands of the public domain
             and other lands outside the responsibilities of other government agencies,
             such as reclaimed areas and other areas not needed for or are not being
             utilized for the purpose for which they are established. The issuance of
             patents is being strengthened under this for the purpose of generating more
             taxes for the government. The following were the output of application
             processing and issuance for the year:

             •       6,650.2977 hectares w ith 11,829 l ots w ere distributed in the form of
                     Miscellaneous Sales or Free P atents through fund support from central
                     office and CARP (T able III-36).

             Table I II -36. Distribution of Pate nts Issue d By Province and Type of Pate nts, CY 2011.

                                                           Pa te nts        I ss u e d

             Province       Regular Fund               C.O. Fund                  A.R.F.                   T OTA L

                          No.        Ha.         No.          Ha.         No.              Ha.       No.           Ha.

             Re gional       46    391.9729                                                                46    391.9729
             Off.

             Batangas        11      0.2503      1,650       14.0000      2,100      1,400.0000      3,761      1,414.2503

             Cavite          13      0.1597        900         6.5000     1100         750.0000      2,013       756.6597

             Laguna          11      0.2059        395         4.4000       750        450.0000      1,156       454.6059

             Que zon         50      0.5314      1,200       16.2083      2,758      3,462.0692      4,008      3,478.8089

             Rizal           15      2.0000        510         5.0000       320        147.0000        845       154.0000

             Total         146     395.1202     4,655        46.1083     7,028      6,209.0692     11,829 6,650.2977

             CENRO Batangas City and CENRO T rece Martires City w ere able to
             accomplish 110% on the number of patents. T he ratio betw een patent and
             area ranges from 0.4 to 0.8 hectares, hence they have to increase their
             number of patents to cope up with their area. On the other hand, CENRO
             Antipolo City w as not able to meet their target in area due to restrictions
             being imposed within their jurisdiction. This includes a moratorium on
             issuance of patents within the Lungsod Silangan Cadastre: another is on
             the w atershed areas and areas covered with proclamation to name a few.
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     P ursuant to the agreement with the Department of Education, DENR field
     offices have been tasked to facilitate in the titling of public school sites
     through the issuance of presidential proclamations or special patents over
     some identified public elementary and secondary schools. In fulfillment of
     the MOA with the DepEd the Region, a total of 132 processed request with
     Complete Staff Work for the administrative titling of public lands being
     occupied and utilized as school sites were forw arded to the central office.
     Six (6) draft procl amations/special patents w ere prepared and endorsed
     to Land Management Bureau (see Attached Annexes III-25 and III-26).

     A total of 6,206.8706 hectares of public l ands have been surveyed. This
     surveyed area consists of 6,815 l ots. Survey plans are submitted for
     inspection, verification and approval (IVAS). Once these are approved, these
     lots will now be ready for issuance of titles (Free and Homestead P atents).
     Out of those 6,206.8706 hectares of public lands surveyed only 50% or
     3,084.6754 hectares have been approved and only 67% of the 6,815 lots
     have been approved or 4,536 l ots. With reference to CY 2010, the approved
     lots and corresponding hectares are much low er.

      58 cases w ere decided and resolved this year (see Attached Annex III-27).

► Cadastral Survey

  This involves the survey of the whole
  municipality for the purpose of
  identifying    and     delineating    the
  individual claims of all land owners
  and claimants which will be the basis
  for the issuance of titles or patents and
  for other purposes.

  The Region has a target of tw o (2)
  municip alitie s n amel y   Bur de os ,
  Quezon, and Dasmariñas, Cavite with a target area of 5,353 and 9,013 hectares
  under Category A and B, respectively. This is By-Contract, hence survey is still
  on-going at the moment.

► M anagement of foreshore areas and patrimonial properties

  The potential of foreshore areas as sources of taxes and revenues for the
  government is also recognized under this program. Several activities were
  undertaken in order to formalize occupancy of various settlers: large industries
  such as oil refineries, food processing, hotels and beach resorts that resulted
  to:

     Endorsement of forty-one (41) applications of foreshore areas processed
     and appraised within the provinces of Batangas, Cavite, and Quezon; and
     issuance of deeds/l ease contracts to fouty-one (52) applicants for the
     management of patrimonial properties out of 41 applications processed
     within the provinces of Cavite and Laguna. (see attached Annexes III-28 and
     III-29). CENRO T rece Martires City had processed 41 friar land applications
     located in the municipality of T anza and a parcel of the Sta Cruz de
     Malabon Estate. CENRO Los Baños on the other hand, had processed 7
     application, located within Calamba City and 4 others w ere processed by the
     regional office.
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  ► Land Records M anagement

      This aims to improve/upgrade management of public land and survey records. in
      line with the modernization of information, communication, and technology (ICT ).
      The main activity is to convert all existing public land and survey records into
      digital format. With the support funding from the central office, the following are
      results of activities conducted for this year:

            A total of 8,479 public l and and survey records encoded;

            A total of 5,912 sheets of maps scanned;

            A total of 150 maps/pl ans w ere reconstituted; and

            A total of 1,500 of l ot data computation/description sheets w ere
            reconstructed

            As part of updating the Foreshore Area Management Information System
            (FAMIS), a total of 96 technical descriptions out of 257 foreshore list were
            encoded through GIS. The data comprised of foreshore with approved
            contract, new application and expired sites. T he same data w ere
            correspondingly converted into digital/shape files ready for map lay-outing or
            for database. The remaining 161 maps will be completed until March 2012
            and upon availability of the technical descriptions. The foreshore with issued
            contract covers 212.0505 and without contract; 190.943056 hectares,
            respectively.

  ► Fiel d Netw ork Survey

      The Densification of Philippine Reference System of 1992 also known as the PRS
      ’92 aims to solve overlapping boundaries, land disputes/conflicts, and other land
      problems/issues of the country. The System is also envisioned to support
      sustainable management and development of Environment and Natural
      Resources. The P RS‘92 is now being recognized as the standard reference system
      for all surveys and maps in the country.

      The DENR Administrative Order No. 2005-13 provides the overall guidelines in
      the implementation of the P RS‘92 program. T he Region’s outputs for this year are
      as follows:

            624 previousl y established reference monuments recovered in Quezon
            and 400 control points established in Batangas and Quezon ,200 and 200
            respectively, this are Central office Base Budget

            For regular 30 control points w as established for the year in the province of
            Laguna.

            For this year, a total of PhP 17,817,030.93 were collected from the conduct
            of inspection, verification, approval of surveys, maintenance of land records,
            issuance of certifications, disposition of land cases, and processing of land
            title applications. Among the five (5) provinces, Batangas generated the
            highest percent, which is 75% of the total collection. This w as followed by the
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     From P rotected Area, Wildlife and Coastal Zone Management Services, a
     total of 784,873.55 w ere collected from NIP AS sites fees/rental and from
     regulation of wildlife collection, traders, transport, and export. T he regional
     office generated a percent collection of 51, and the province of Laguna with
     33%

     Also a considerable amount of PhP 200.00, were collected from
     Environmental Management Services of the DENR regional office in Cavite

     Figure III-23 shows the comparative revenue collection for CY 2010 and CY
  2011 in P hilippine P eso. Batangas province has the highest collection primarily
  due to rental from its foreshore areas.

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                                             Comparati ve revenue collecti on (CY 2010 and CY 2011) by sector.


► Mineral Investment Program

  In its quest tow ards a responsible and revitalized mining industry thru the
  identification and advancement of mining investment opportunities, the Mines
  and Geosciences Bureau IV-A (CALABARZON) w as able to accomplished the
  following that were considered to contribute in the enhancement of revenues
  from natural resources.

     Four (4) Mineral Processing Permits (MPP) issued;

     Five (5) Industrial Sand and Gravel Permits (ISAG) issued resulting to
     83% accomplishment due to the moratorium imposed by the DENR OSEC
     on the acceptance of new applications pending the completion of the mining
     tenement cleansing process being undertaken by the DENR-MGB Central
     Office. Likewise, the low output and/or deficiency in the processing of
     Declarations of Mining P roject Feasibility w as due to the slow issuances of
     clearances from LGUs, National Commission on Indigenous P eoples and
     other agencies of Government; and

     139 pending mining tenement applications acted upon

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      5. Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

         Upholding the principle of protecting the climate system for the benefit of
      humankind by contributing to the stabilization of greenhouse gas concentrations
      in the atmosphere and buil ding of l ocal resilience to climate change-related
      disasters, the following major accomplishments were realized for this year:

         Mitigating Measure:

         ► Implementation of National Greening P rogram, wherein an increase in the
             potential of existing carbon pool to store carbon is expected from the newly
             planted seedlings of approximately 3 million regionwide (Details of
             accomplishment on this are provided on page 49).

         ► Intensified Forestlands, Mangrove and P rotected Areas Protection, thus the
             capacity of existing vegetations to store carbon is sustained.

         Adaptation Measures:

         ► P rovision   of necessary geological data and scientific information on
             geological and other natural hazards in support of the National
             Government’s Disaster Risk Reduction Management P rogram, wherein 14
             municipalities in the province of Quezon w ere assessed P rovince of Quezon
             were assessed using 1:10,000 scale maps with a total of three hundred six
             (306) barangays.

                  Fifty-five (55) barangays were evaluated in the municipalities of Real,
                  Infanta and General Nakar (REINA group);
                  One hundred (100) barangays w ere assessed in the municipalities of
                  Mauban, Sampaloc, Lukban and T ayabas;
                  Seventy-five (75) barangays for the municipalities of Lucena, Sariaya and
                  P agbilao;
                  Seventy-six (76) barangays in the towns of Guinyangan, T agkaw ayan,
                  Calauag and Buenavista using 1:10,000 scale maps

         ► Series    of w orkshops/trainings/seminars/lectures on Climate Change
             Adaptation and Mitigation w ere provided to different stakeholders. (Details
             on this are provided in the Cross-Cutting Accomplishments portion of this
             Report)

         ► Implementation of Executive Order No. 533 “Adopting Integrated Coast al
             Man agement as a National Strategy to Ensure the Sustain able Development
             of the Country’s Coast al and Marine Environment and Resources and
             Establishing Supporting Mechanisms for Its Implement ation”, w hich involves
             the provision of technical assistance to LGU’s in the Development of
             Integrated Coastal Management and Coastal Land and Sea Use Zoning
             Plans, Establishment of Marine P rotected Areas, Formulation and Pilot
             Implementation of Coastal Hazard Management Plan, Rehabilitation of
             Mangrove areas, including Coastal and Marine-related database
             management. (Details of accomplishments provided on page 110 of this
             Report).




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6. Good Governance

   The following activities w ere also conducted in support to the “Reporma T ungo
sa Matu wid n a Daan” P rogram of Pres. Benigno S. Aquino, III

   ► In active pursuit of reforms
      against illegal transactions
      within the government, RED
      T amori a         is su ed           a
      memorandum dated August
      4, 2011 to all DENR Region IV
      -A pe rs onnel, RT D ’s and
      Division Chiefs, P ENRO’s and
      CENRO’s, and Administrative
      Officers entitled “Bew are of
      Any Illegal Office Transactions
      a n d I l l e g al A c ti v i ti e s /
      Undertakings in Dealing with
      DENR Clienteles. Also, a Memorandum w as issued to effect the P rogram on
      the observance of Government Office Hours by strengthening internal
      monitoring of Office attendance of all officials and employees

   ► In order to maximize time, effort and money, a
      Leadership T raining w as incorporated during
      the 2nd Regional Management Conference held
      last June 15-18, 2011 in P ontefino Hotel and
      Residences, Batangas City. A total of 44 DENR
      officials and staffs w ere trained/equipped on
      The Secrets of T ransformational Leadership,
      with Mr. Cesar Castillo of Expectant Mind
      Consulting Solutions as the Resource Speaker.
      Among the important topics that were taught/
      dis c usse d incl ude:    Difference   betw een
      Leadership and Management, The Five (5)
      Levels of Leadership, Self-Leadership, How
      Leaders are Created, and P racticing Active
      Listening Skills.

   ► An    Anti-Corruption Pl an and Statement w as consolidated and
      submitted to the DENR central office. Some of the prepared slogans were
      the following: “T he Accomplice to the crime of corruption is frequently our
      own indifference”; “Mataas na Prinsipyo, Mahusay na Serbisyo, Di
      Nakukurap”; and “Dito sa DENR Laguna, Serbisyong Publiko and UNA”.

   ► This Office has facilitated the
      conversion of “hot l ogs” to
      good use. T he confiscated
      logs and lumber with a total
      volume of 82,165.84 board
      feet were manufactured into
      ar mch airs and fabric ated
      d e s k f or d on ati on s to
      Dep artmen t of Ed uc ation
      were in around 50 primary
      and secondary schools w ere benefited.

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        ► Several trainings were conducted in          order to capacitate the DENR
            personnel up to the field level. T able III-37 provides the detailed list of
            training conducted for DENR Region IV-A officials and rank-and-file
            employees. Also, seven (7) empl oyees w ere endorsed and granted local
            and international scholarships and trainings. (See T able III-38a & III-38b).

             Tabl e III-38a. List of Trainings conducted for DENR-REGION IV-A officials and rank-and-
             file employees, CY 2011.

                          TITLE                SPONSOR           VENUE / DATE             PARTICIPANTS

                                              TRAINING PROGRAM CONDUCTED

                                                               PENRO Laguna Multi-      Laguna PENRO/CEN RO
                Computer Literacy and            PENRO             purpose Hall               Pe rsonne l
             1 Basic Trouble Shooting            Laguna
                                                                 January 12, 2011              89 pax


                                                                ORED Confe re nce        PENROs, CENBROs
                Computer Lite racy Crash
             2 Course                          DSSO/HRD        Room, Re gional Office       Re gionwide
                                                                  April 6-8, 2011              7 pax


                                                                ORED Confe re nce         PASUs Re gionwide
             3 GIS Capacitation                  DSSO          Room, Re gional Office
                                                                                              13 pax
                                                                 June 13-17, 2011


                                                 INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING

                GIS & Space Te chnology for
                                                               Auditorium Zone , ADB
             1 Sustainable De v’t. of Asia        ADB
                                                                 Fe b. 21-22, 2011
                                                                                          Me rlinda R. Manila
                Workshop

                                                                 Ocean Adve nture ,
               Southe ast Asian Animal                           SBMEI, Cauayan
             2 Enrichme nt                       PAWB                                      Elisa A. de Vera
                                                                 Wharf, Zambale s
                                                                  March 16, 2011




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   T able III-38b. Local and International Trainings and Scholarship provided to
   DENR REG IO N IV-A personnel, CY 2011.

                                                LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP
             Name and Office                                        Course                      Venue / Date

   (1)   Luningning Morales                                   Ph.D. (Extension)                 UPLB, SY 2011- 2012


   (2)    Cherrylet A. Martinez                     Environmental Science Master’s degree
                                                                                                UPLB, SY 2011- 2012
         C ENRO Calaca                                            program

   (3) Rosalina Balicanta                            Master of Science in Remote Sensing
                                                                                               UP, Diliman, 2011-2012
                                                                  (Extension)

   (4) Engelbert Lalican                                     Doctor of Philosophy
                                                                                                  UPLB 2011-2012
                                                            Environmental Science

                                                    FOREIGN SCHOLARSHIP

           Training Course on Climate Change       Colombo Plan             Singapore                 OIC-RTD
    1      Energy Environment                       Secretariat          Feb. 14-18, 2011         Federico Ocampo

                                                    International
                                                                          South Korea
    2      International Forestry Cooperation          Forest
                                                                         Oct. 9-15, 2011
                                                                                               Ramil L. Limpia da
                                                    Cooperation

                                                                      Central Bangka, Bangka
           Asia Regional Management Workshop
    3      on Agarwood
                                                     Indonesia           Island, Indonesia        Ronita A. Unlayao
                                                                         Nov. 22-24, 2011


► To    further prevent opp ortunities for officials and rank -and -file
   employees to commit cor rup tion, a total of 67 Cl osed Circuit
   Tel evision Cameras ( CCTV ) are c ontinuously operating in regional
   and field offices;




► For transparency and to facilitate delivery of public services,    Citizen
   Charter Frontline Services were posted in strategic areas at the regional
   and field offices



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            •    Citizen Charter P rocesses Nos. 1 and 2: Application
                 for Free P atent under LMS
            •    Citizen          Charter   Procecss    No.   3:   Issuance   of
                 Certificate of Verification
            •    Citizen          Charter    Process     No.4:     Issuance   of
                 Verification (Cutting/T ransport of non-w ood Forest
                 P roducts within Private Land;
            •    Citizen          Charter    Process     No.5:     Issuance   of
                 Verification Cutting and T ransport of Planted and
                 Non-P remium T rees within P rivate Land, etc. under
                 FMS
            •    Citizen Charter P rocess No. 7: Application of Certificate of Registration
                 (CWR); and
            •    Citizen Charter Process No. 8: Issuance of Local T ransport Permit

       ► In further improvement of the quality of service being provided by DENR
            Region IV-A to its clienteles, the following activities were also undertaken:

            •    Office clean-up in P ENRO Quezon last April and every last Friday of the
                 month in CENRO Batangas City

            •    Implementation of Clean and Orderly Day every last Friday of the month
                 in order to foster a healthy and environment-friendly w orkplace as per
                 instruction of the Secretary. Likewise, all records of the regional office
                 were segregated and properly filed in the Central Records Room in
                 accordance with Memorandum Circular No. 2010-16 re: Implementation
                 of the Approved Records Retention and disposal Schedule

            •    Fitness program and sports activities in region and field offices




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•   P roper Waste Segregation being practiced
    regionwide

•   Establishment of Material Recovery Facilities
    (MRF) in regional and field offices to serve as
    depository and transfer station of all
    segregated w aste of the office. Likewise, a “No
    Styropor policy is being implemented during
    any occasions or DENR events, even outside
    of the office.

•   Monitoring the construction of different
    Regional Office Infrastructure P rojects such as:

       Completion of LMS Records Building at Barangay Lalakay, Los
       Banos, Laguna

       Construction and completion of PENRO/CENRO Antipolo Office
       Building

       Construction and completion of CENRO Real Office Building

       Construction and completion of CENRO Catanauan Office Building

       Initial construction of CENRO Calaca Office Building.




•   Conducted a regular Monday morning program convocation where
    updates and other relevant information were announced and discussed
    by the Sectors concerned. Likewise, the Regional Executive Director is
    delivering its message to all employees and at the same time direct the
    office for the whole week.

•   As part of serving the DENR clienteles and personnel pertaining to legal
    matters, the following were accomplished:

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                           24 final draft of resolutions/orders/decisions w ere prepared
                           52 interl ocutory orders w ere prepared
                           24 l egal opinions and 200 cases w ere review ed and evaluated for
                           DENR Region IV-A officials
                        The detailed list are provided here as Annexes III-31,III-32 and III-33.

      ► Execution of Supreme Court decision on Hacienda de Cal atagan

         The Supreme Court had ordered for the reversion of the public domain
         properties covered by T CT No.-9550 or T CT No. 722. The DENR Region IV-A
         has been complying with this high-profiled case since CY 2008. For this year,
         activities that w ere undertaken had resulted to the following:

                 500 titl es w ere review ed and eval uated;
                 104.67 hectares w ere         validated and assessed for possible re-
                 classification;
                 267 applications verified and processed for issuance of appropriate
                 tenurial instrument;
                 486 l ots plotted;
                 200 titl es verified/submitted to the Court for cancellation with a total area
                 of 234.17 ha.

         ► Job Generation under Forest Management Services:

      T able F-12 . Summary of Jobs generated by province.
                                                                 TYPE/KIND OF JOBS
                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
                             Bant ay Gubat   Extension Officer    Field Laborers under   Field Laborers under LEP De-
        Province/PENRO/
                                  (no.)            (no)           LEP Assessment (no)            lineation (no)
             CENRO

                                     Fe-
                             Male            Male     Female      Male       Female          Male             Female           Male    Female
                                     male


       Region Offi ce                            2           1                           7 (office staff)   8 (office staff)      9         9

       Batan gas                                 4           2                                                                    4         2

          Bat angas City                         4           1                                                                    4         1

          Calac a                                            1                                                                              1


       Cavite                                    2                                                                                2

          Trece Martires                         2                                                                                2
          City


       Laguna                   5                3                                                                                8

          Los Baños             5                3                                                                                8


       Quezon                  18        2       4           5      187                               30                        239         7

          PENRO                10                2                                                                                12

          Calau ag                               1                                                                                1

          Cat anau an                                        1

          Gumaca

          Pagbilao                                           2                                                                    2

          Real                  8        2       1           2                                                                    9         4

       Rizal                    4                3                                                                                7

          Antipolo              4                3                                                                                7


       Total                   27        2      18           8      187                               37                  8     269       18



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► DENR CY 2011 FAMILY DAY

   Conduct of     a whole day Family Day
   Celebration on July 2, 2011 at Ynares
   Sports Complex. Antipolo City. It w as
   attended by all Region and field personnel
   of DENR CALABARZON. Different indoor
   games w ere conducted and participated by
   all teams in order to create harmonious
   relationship and camaraderie thru sports
   activities.




► Change in the Administration: Geol ogist Reynulfo A. Juan as the new
   Regional Executive Director for DENR Region IV-A

   As part of the continuing organizational development of the Department, a
Special Order No. 2011-780 w as issued by Sec. Ramon J.P. P aje designating
Director Reynulfo A. Juan as the OIC, Regional Executive Director for DENR –
REGION IV-A. Director Nilo B. T amoria, on the other hand w as designated as
Regional Executive Director for DENR –NCR.

   The turn-over w as formally conducted
last November 8, 2011, which w as attended
by Regional Technical Director’s, P ENRO’s,
CENRO’s and key regional officials and
employees. As introduced by RT D Francisco
Milla, RED Juan, who is a Geologist rose
from the ranks in the DENR Hierarchy. His
dedication to public service rew arded him
with various recognitions, distinguished
aw ards and challenging w ork assignments.
In CY 2007, he had performed as OIC, RED
for DENR Region V and concurrent RD of
Mines and Geo-Science Bureau. On the same
year, he w as conferred CESO V by the
Career Executive Service Board (CESB).

   The entire DENR RegionIV-A w orkforce is continuously supporting RED Juan
in his legacy of “Matapat, Matuwid, at Mabilis na Serbisyo Publiko”.


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      CROSS-CUTTING PROGRAM S/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES

         The following programs/projects/activities w ere considered supportive of all, if
      not more than one of the Priority Reform Agenda of the Secretary:

      ► DENR Region IV-A National Greening Program (NGP) Summit

          This w as conducted last May 19, 2011 at Yazaki
      T orres, Calamba City, Laguna and participated by a
      total of 202 participants coming from the DENR –
      Central Office (7), Regional (57) and field offices (31),
      P rivate Sectors/Business Sectors (20), National
      Government Agencies (20), Local Government Units
      (22), Academe/ Advocacy(28), Civil Organizations/
      NGOs/ P os (6) and members of the press/media (11).
      (see Annex III-34).

          The Summit w as purposely done to gather commitments and support from
      different stakeholders/entities as regards implementation of the Executive Order
      No. 26 Series of 2011.

         The highlights of the Summit w ere the following:

         •    A Ceremonial Tree Planting of Golden Coconut and Balitbitan              w as
              conducted and led by the DENR Officers and Staff, Yazaki – T orres Mfg., Inc.
              (YT MI), Mayor Sonia T . Aquino & Officers at the Yazaki – T orres Compound.




         •    Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing betw een the DENR thru the
              Regional Executive Director and Yazaki-T orres Manufacturing, Inc. thru its
              P resident Mr. Feliciano T orres, witnessed by RT D Federico L. Ocampo and
              YT MI Vice P resident Almeda.



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•   NGP P ow erpoint Presentation by RT D Federico L. Ocampo

    The presentation focused first on the status
    of Philippine Forests and Issues to be
    addressed followed by the details of National
    Greening P rogram (E.O. 26)       to include
    Implementing Guidelines, NGP National
    Goal, R-IVA Projected T argets, Objectives,
    Coverage, Strategies, Lead Agencies/P artner
    Agencies, Responsibilities of Different
    Agencies.

•   NGP Website Presentation by DENR-ASEC Marlo D. Mendoza

    ASEC Mendoza explained that the NGP
    website provides many w ays of
    communicating and informing the
    audience of the newly installed website
    w w w .ngp . den r . gov. ph f or N GP
    P urposes. The web serves as source/
    library with the following important
    features: Learn; Pl ant (instructional
    manual, with information where to find
    seedlings, materials, proper, care &
    maintenance); and Donate – (with
    information if partners w ant to
    donate).

    ASEC further explained that when browsing at the website, the color of the
    Phils.’ Map is still brown, when planted & inspected it will become green.
    When one decides to register, there is a box on the left side where you can
    locate the area where to plant. In the provided box, fill out your name and
    submit to DENR and check if the site is still available for planting. This is one
    w ay of being transparent of what the government is doing as regards
    management of ENR resources. By viewing the w ebsite, an individual will
    know the status of NGP implementation.


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      •     Expression of Support to the National Greening
            P rogram

                 Ms. Digna P. Narvacan of the Department of
                 Agriculture expressed that along with NGP,
                 Food Security is a priority, therefore the DA
                 committed production of planting materials
                 such as Cacao, Coffee, Rubber and etc. Support
                 can be institutionalized.

                                                 Dir.    Antonio
                                             Evangelista, as one
                                             of the lead agencies,
                                             DAR emphasized the importance of farming. It
                                             will be more focused and it will be a program
                                             for everybody.

                                                The LGU of Kinataw an, Sariaya said that
                                            “Nasa amin ang bundok, dagat, at kapatagan,
                                            kasama sa Comprehensive Development P lan
                                            inaatasan ang mga mag-aasaw a na magtanim
                                            muna ng puno bilang kundisyon para sa pag-
                                            aasaw a”. All barangays should be surveyed,
                    bamboo production is encouraged as w ell as continuous aw areness thru
                    DZLJ 107 FM ”Ridges to Reef’.

                 The DepEd imbue on patriotism, youth for the environment and netw ork
                 among schools. He also stressed on IEG or Institutional Environmental
                 Governance .

                 The STARDECC/PCCARD focused on Coconut-based – agroforestry.

                 The private sector particularly First Gas stressed that they really serve as
                 partner of the environment because the business helps protect the
                 environment.

      •     NGP Workshop wherein production of 1,219,700 seedlings and planting
            within 267.77 hectares commitments w ere gathered.

  ► Database M anagement under the Support Services, Forestry and Land
      Sectors

      •     One (1) Regional Website updated
            and maintained: T o better serve the
            region ’s clienteles,    the    DENR-
            C A L A BA RZ ON          w e bs i t e
            www.calabarzon.denr.gov.ph is being
            improved and updated. New features
            from the website include the following:
            Region’s Management cum Investment
            Plan for 2011-2016; Regional Maps;
            NGP in the Region, and Time to
            Watch.



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       •    Land Records Management: This aims to improve/upgrade management of
            public land and survey records. in line with the modernization of
            information, communication, and technology (ICT ). The main activity is to
            convert all existing public land and survey records into digital format.
            (Details of accomplishments on this were already discussed on page 146 of
            this Report)

► Fiel d Netw ork Survey:     The Densification of Philippine Reference System of
   1992 also known as the P RS ’92 aims to solve overlapping boundaries, land
   disputes/conflicts, and other land problems/issues of the country. The System is
   also envisioned to support sustainable management and development of
   Environment and Natural Resources. T he P RS ‘92 is now being recognized as
   the standard reference system for all surveys and maps in the country.

   The DENR Administrative Order No. 2005-13 provides the overall guidelines in
   the implementation of the P RS ‘92 program. (Details of accomplishments on this
   were already discussed on P art III of this Report)

► M anagement Effectiveness Assessment

   Management Effectiveness Assessment (MEA) is a system of evaluating how w ell
   a protected area being managed by the management board primarily to the
   extent of protecting values, achieving goals and objectives of the PA. (Details of
   accomplishments are provided on P art III of this Report).

► Series of Lectures/Seminars/Training to Stakehol ders

   Several students/individual s were trained, informed and educated on recent
   ENR-related events, programs and policies.

   •       Dalaw -T uro P rogr am: In coordination with the Quezon P ower (Philippines),
           Limited Company, Mauban, Quezon and the Local Gov’t of Mauban thru its
           MENRO had the following Dalaw -T uro conducted: (see below ).
                            LOCATI ON                        DATE                    NO. OF PAX
       1. Brgy. Macasin                             3/17/11, 8:00 A.M                    61

       2. Brgy. Lucutan                             3/17/11, 1:00 P.M.                    59

       3. Brgy. Tapucan                             3/18/11, 8:00 A.M.                    78

       4. Brgy. Bato                                3/24/11, 8:00 A.M.                     55

                                                    3/24/11, 1:00 P.M.                    22
       5. Brgy. Abo-abo
                                                    3/24/11, 1:00 P.M.                    43
       6. Brgy. San Roque
       7. Brgy. Re me dios 1                        3/25/11, 8:00 A.M.                    82
                                                    3/25/11, 1:00 P.M.                    23
       8. Brgy. Re me dios 2
       9. Brgy. Santa Lucia                         4/7/11, 8:00 A.M.                     98

       10. Brgy. Alitap                             4/7/11, 1:00 P.M.                      84

       11. Brgy. San Gabrie l                       4/8/11, 8:00 A.M.                     61

       12. Brgy. Luya-luya                          4/8/11, 1:00 P.M.                     60

                                                             TOTAL                       726



   •       In addition to last year’s lectures and film showing with regards to Climate
           Change, topics on Executive Order No. 23, National Greening P rogram and
           the Environmental P rograms of LGU Mauban, Quezon were included.


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        • IEC     on climate change, global w arming, w ater degr ad ation,
            organization al struc ture of DENR, vision and mandate, celebr ation of
            World Water D ay, Arbor D ay, Coastal Clean-up; other issues affecting
            environment and natur al resources as w ell as how to protect and
            conserve them w ere conducted from Jan uary to April for Schools,
            Bure au of T reasury Region al Office, in P ila, Los Baños, Calamba City,
            Victoria, and San P ablo City, Laguna.

        • Lectures were conducted last March 28 and May 27 regarding Executive
            Order 23 (Moratorium in Cutting within Residual and Natural Forests) at
            P rovincial P ublic Safety Command Group at Brgy. Llavac, Real Quezon and
            Burdeos Municipal Session Hall, Burdeos, Quezon

        • Series of lectures at different elementary schools in Real, Infanta, Gen,
            Nakar in celebration of Environment Month w ere conducted.

        • IEC on 3rd-Year Students in St. P eter School Calauag w as conducted. The
            topics that w ere discussed include: Diversity of country’s natural resources
            and Climate Change, w ays of Mitigation and Adaptation.

        • In celebration of Month of Ocean, an Environmental P rotection Lecture (as
            per request by the Military Officials of Camp Riego de Dios, T anza, Cavite)
            w as conducted for the 558 college students under the ROT C Sumer Camp
            T raining (RCST ) and Advance ROT C Academic Phase Military Science 31
            and 32.

        • Science Research Specialist P rimitiva A. Galupo participated in the conduct
            of IEC on climate change with community people of Barangay T upacan and
            Abo-abo in Mauban, Quezon together with Dalaw -T uro T eam of the P ENRO
            Quezon and Quezon P ow er Limited Company.

        • IEC on Solid Waste Management, Wildlife Conservation and Implementation
            of Operational Plan for the Manila Bay Coastal Strategy w as conducted last
            February 4, 2011 at San Rafael III and IV Noveleta, Cavite, participated by
            31 persons compose of barangay officials and residents

        • Conducted      Orientation/Consultative Workshop/Write shop on ICM
            Planning and P reparation of Coastal and Marine Water Zoning Plan for the
            municipality of P agbilao, Quezon on May 26-27, 2011.

        • Environmental P rotection T raining w as provided last Feb.9 in ARESCOM,
            Camp Riego de Dios, T anza, Cavite, participated by 80 students of the
            probationary officers training course (P OT C) CLASS 31-0, resource speakers
            from MGB and EMB calabarzon and DENR Cavite

        • T raining on Integrated Information Management System (IIMS) for the
            province of Quezon w as conducted to 70 participants from different LGU’s,
            academe, DENR personnel and OGA’s last April 6-7, 2011 at Queen
            Margarette Hotel, Lucena City



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► Distribution of IEC material s

   Several copies of technical and popular materials w ere produced and distributed
   to different stakeholders during this year. This is being done also to increase
   aw areness and involvement of the public in matters related to the conservation,
   protection, and management of ENR. (See Annex III-35 for the list of some
   materials).

► Exhibits

   •   One photo exhibit w as conducted with a theme, “Malinis na Katubigan P ara
       sa Maunlad na P amayanan

   •   In celebration of the UP LB-101 Anniversary, P ENRO/CENRO in Lalakay,
       Los Baños, L aguna participated by exhibiting DENR pr ogr ams at the
       lobby.

   •   Exhibit launched last August 15-18,
       2011 at the San Antonio de P adua
       College in Pila, Laguna by the IEC Unit
       of CENRO Los Baños, Laguna aimed at
       informing the students and parents,
       and visitors of the school of the plans,
       programs and accomplishments of
       DENR-R4-CALABARZON on the implementation of environment protection,
       preservation, and rehabilitation.

► Airing/Radio Broadcasting

   More than 20 airtime of local broadcast regarding DENR programs and                               projects
   were conducted for this semester of CY 2011:

                  MONTH   NO. OF AIR TIME                                 TOPIC

       January-11                3          ENR priority programs for 2011; 2010 accomplishment reports of
                                            DENR-Laguna
       February-11               4          ENR priority programs for 2011; Accomplishment reports of DENR-
                                            Laguna for the month of February 2011

       March-11                  5          Womens’ month celebration, Fire prevention month, Climate change


       April-11                  4          Implementation of National Greening Program (MC 2011-01), Earth
                                            Day celebration, International Year of the Forest


       May-11                    3          International Day for Biological Diversity; Month of Ocean; Accom-
                                            plishment Report for the Month of May 2011 of DENR-Laguna




       June-11                   3          World En vironment Month; Accomplishment Report for the Month
                                            of June 2011 o f D ENR-Laguna


       Total                    22




   •   Over 1116 Khz        Radio    DZLB,-UP LB-T inig ng Kanluran Boses ng
       Kalikas an Radi o G uestings at ERP ’s Radio P rogram and Chit chat Show
       at 95.9 FM


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      •      Over 104.9FM Radyo Natin Station in Catanauan, Que zon las t April 12,
             2011

      •      Airing telecast at channel 6, local T V in Real ,Quezon, Advertisement from
             April 7-13 regarding E.O. No. 23 (Moratorium of cutting in residual and
             natural forests)

      •      Local broadcast at RADYO NAT IN CALAUAG, 100.9 khz pertaining to NGP
             and CENRO Calauag commitment

  (See Annex III-36 for more local airings/broadcasting).

  ► Press Rel eases

      •      P ress release on the launching of REINA National Convergence Initiative
             P rogram

      •      National Greening Program published at “Kliping Times, Serving the
             Community, Serving the Nation Vol. 2, No. 12 issue.

      (See Annex III-37 also for list of some press releases regionwide).

  ► Provision of Technical Assistances to Different        Stakehol ders: M ore than
      100 different entities (LGU’s, NGA’s/individual s/organizations and school s)
      w ere provided w ith ENR-rel ated technical assistances.

      •      LGUs/NGAs/individuals/organizations and schools in different public and
             private elementary/high school w ere coordinated and participated under the
             T rees for Re-greening in Each and Every School (‘T REES”) program. They are
             encouraged in greening, beautification and subsequently cleaning the
             surrounding air. The program w as strengthened and supported in providing
             technical assistance thru the provision of seedlings/planting stocks to
             requesting parties. Lectures were also given to disseminate information about
             the importance of caring for the environment, nursery operation, proper
             planting techniques, maintenance and protection of planted seedlings such
             as putting up tree guards, ring weeding and replanting.

      ►    Support to the National Greening Program (NGP)

           In support to the National Greening P rogram of the P resident and the DENR
           Secretary, the research sector has conducted the following activities:

           1. Initiated the creation of the Regional Forest T ree Seed Committee pursuant
              to DAO 2010-11 through the issuance of Regional Special Order No. 047
              dated February 10, 2011

           2. Initiated the creation of the NGP Regional Steering Committee and Regional
              Working Groups through the issuance of Regional Special Order No. 049
              dated February 10, 2011

           3. Attended the National Leveling-off on the implementation of National
              Greening Program (NGP ) – P roduction of Quality Planting Materials (P QP M)
              on February 28, 2011 at T raders Hotel Roxas Blvd. P asay City

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   4. Initiated the creation of a Technical Working Group to assist the Regional Bids
      and Awards Committee in the procurement of Quality Planting Materials
      through the issuance of Regional Special Order No. 088 dated March 14, 2011
   5. Prepared and submitted to the office of the Regional Executive Director a Work
      and Financial Plan for the rehabilitation of the clonal nursery in Pagbilao and
      expansion of its hedge gardens.
   6. Tentatively distributed targets for the production of QPMs to the PENROs and
      CENROs, subject to revision as soon as the final targets shall have been set by
      the ERDB.
   7. Coordinated with the Department of Agriculture – Bureau of Plant Industry and
      obtained a list of their accredited fruit tree/agricultural crop seedling
      nursery.Coordinated with the PENROs and obtained list of forest tree seedling
      nurseries for validation as possible sources of QPM.
  8. Coordinated with the chairperson, Regional Bids and Awards Committee on the
      procurement of QPMS.
  9. Assisted in the preparation of plans and organized activities for the National
      Greening Program Regional Consultative Summit
  10. Prepared, forw arded/delivered and confirmed the invitation letter and program
      of activities for the National Greening Program Regional Consultative Summit
  11. Served as member of the technical working group and formulated the Terms of
      Reference for the procurement of quality planting materials.
  12. Collection of wildlings on areas where there are reported mother trees of good
      qualities: 50,000 wildlings of the following species: Coffee, Dulitan (Palaquium
      merrillii), Balobo (Diplodiscus paniculatus), Malaikmo (Celtis philippinensis) ,
      Malabato, Nangka (Artocarpus heterophylla), Antipolo (Artocarpus blancoi),
      Cacao(Theobroma cacao), T apak, Lipote, Santol, DAlungyan (Artocarpus
      communis), Kamagong (Diospyros philippinensis) , and Kalingan (Cinnamomum
      camphora). The survival of potted seedlings noted was about 50-70%.
  13. Potting of mangrove propagules was also done at the Mangrove Nursery in
      Barangay Ibabang P alsabangon. To date, there are 27,000 propagules of
      Malatangal, Pototan, Pototan lalaki, and Busin that were potted and being
      conditioned at the mangrove nursery.

► Gender and Devel opment Mainstreaming

  GAD w as given preferential attention by appropriating a certain amount
  through the budgetary imposition.          Activities undertaken includes the
  maintenance of database and participation to the different environmental
  events. Mainstreaming of Gender and Development in CBFM P rojects w as
  tacked, lectures and different livelihood w as practiced. P ositive responses from
  the personnel who benefitted from the project were solicited.

     Gender equality and development is alw ays given consideration and
  mainstreamed or integrated in every sector. Office alw ays makes sure that
  the female clienteles were given as much preferential attention as males in
  the implementation of different programs, projects and activities as well as
  their participation in the various environmental related endeavors. For this
  purpose, accomplishment of this office alw ays identifies the total number of
  male and female beneficiaries as well as the participants to the different
  environmental activities.




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                Other activities undertaken for this w ere the following:

            •    P articipation to Women’s month Activities;




                 ⇒ Office Clean-up, Great Women Project Seminar, Lecture on Eco-
                     tourism Workshop and P lanning

                 ⇒ Exhibit of different products of DENR CALABARZON Region known as
                     Tiangihan sa P arking Area. It w as also exhibited and displayed and
                     sold different products with regards to health and wellness of
                     individuals such as food supplements, beauty products, massage
                     products, eco-friendly household products and others ;

                 ⇒ Lecture-Forum on healthy breakfast, good
                     health and healthy diets on March 17, 2011
                     attended by 31 officials and employees.
                     During the day, a total 82 personnel at the
                     region office availed of the free body
                     composition and inner scan where the
                     following   body   mass index      can    be
                     determined: body fat, body w ater, muscle
                     mass physique rating, basal metabolic rate,
                     metabolic age, bone mass and visceral fat

                 ⇒ a Lecture-forum on Greenlife for Optimum
                     Health w as also conducted and attended
                     by 25 employees of the region. During the
                     lecture-forum, it w as emphasized by the
                     speakers the importance of back to basic
                     which is the herbal products and readily
                     available leafy and nutritious vegetables in
                     our farms such as uray, talbos ng sili,
                     talbos ng kamote, saluyot and natural
                     sw eeteners stevia

                 ⇒ Lecture – presentation on perfect science to good health, the secret of
                     staying good looking, beautiful and younger on March 21, 2011 which
                     w as attended by 25 employee-participants. It w as discussed that a
                     person has a certain glutathione in our cells which protects us from
                     any harmful agent of the environments as free radicals. When w e aged,
                     glutathione in the cells decreases thereby subjecting ourselves and our
                     body to less immunity which makes us very prune to different
                     illnesses. T o remedy our health condition, we have to boost glutathione
                     in our cells.



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         ⇒ A presentation on eco-friendly products
            w as also attended by all Administrative
            Officers of the DENR field Offices of
            CALABARZON and selected officials and
            employees on March 23, 2011. A
            company which is the Diamond Lifestyle
            Corporation has presented an eco-
            friendly products. All their household
            products are all natural or organic such
            as Natural Laundry P owder, Natural
            detergent for fruits and vegetables, natural dishw ashing liquid, natural
            bath soaps with herbal additives. Likewise, food supplements for good
            health w ere also available and discussed its benefits on our health
            such as for our cardio-vascular health, bone health, eye health and
            many more

         ⇒ Free-eye check-up w as facilitated and a total of 72 personnel benefited




     •   Conduct lectures in latest issuances pertaining to GAD and issues on
         Women and Development;

     •   Undertake wellness seminar programs for DENR-CALABARZON Staff;

     •   Institute gender responsive data generation on           data management
         including systems development and maintenance;

     •   Continuous sex disaggregated data in personnel component and in all
         conducted programs and
     •   Capacity building of w omen participants in different ENR P rojects; and

     •   Encouraging women to participate in various DENR Projects

► Accomplishment under YOUTH DESK

     It is observed that the youth sector has shown involvement in various social,
  economic, political and environmental concerns more so today than ever before.
  As the seed for environmental aw areness has been planted, it is necessary that
  the DENR assume responsibility in its nurturing and development, most
  importantly during the formative stages, in as much as planting more seeds.

      Thus, the DENR Youth Desk is created to meet the needs of its youth
  constituents for information and active participation as caretakers and guardians
  of the environment.

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          For CY 2011, the DENR R4A Youth Desk has targets on the implementation
       of DENR Youth Related P rograms namely: Coordination with the DepEd
       regarding the creation/monitoring of the Youth for Environment in Schools
       Organizations (YES-O); Information-Dissemination Campaign (IEC) for the
       youth especially for Students & SKs; & Other Youth related activities such as
       paticipation in the YES-Camp, provision of technical assistance, etc.. Further,
       capacitation of DENR Youth Desk Officer by attending seminar/w orkshop w as
       also targetted for the year, CY 2011.

          T o date, all of the above-mentioned targets were met/accomplished by the
       Region and to name a few , the following w ere the accomplishments of the
       Region concerning the Youth, to wit:

       ⇒ Coordination/Particip ation with the DepEd Re Creation/Monitoring of the YES
            -O.

               Monitoring of the activities of Youth for Environment in School
            Organization and participation in the Youth for Environment Summer
            Camp are joint undertaking of the DENR and the Department of Education
            which aims to strengthen the Youth participation in environmental
            protection, specifically the implementation of the Youth for Environment in
            Schools Organization (YES-O). This year’s edition of YES CAMP (9th Yes
            Camp held at Bagiou City) is focused on theme: “Ako ay Handa” (Climate
            Change Adaptation and Disaster Preparedness) in pursuance to Republic
            Act No. 9512 (Environmental Aw areness and Education Act of 2008) and
            Republic Act No. 9729 (Climate Change Act of 2009) to provide greater
            aw areness and action among the youth on the various issues and concerns
            about the environment.

                  During       the
            c amp ,        D EN R
            Y outh          D es k
            Officers served
            as        re s o u r ce
            p er s on s          in
            dis c ussing         all
            e n v i r on me n tal
            r el ated      topi cs
            d urin g          th e
            summer          c amp
            br e a k - o u t
            sessions.          T he
            e n v i r on me n tal
            r e l ate d     c amp
            courses that were discussed during the camp are the following: Forest and
            Upland Ecosystem Camp Course; Urban Ecosystem Camp Course; Fresh
            Water Ecosystem Camp Course; Coastal Ecosystem Camp Course; and
            Environmental Values Education Camp Course. The participant from the
            region discussed the topic on Forest and Upland Ecosystem. The different
            types of Forest and their importance w ere considered/presented to all
            attendees during the session.

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      More or less 240 students/participants attended said course. And as
   per DepEd attendance record, around 6,000 participants joined said event
   composed of elementary pupils, high school and college students, teachers,
   principals, supervisors, education officials, college instructors and
   Sangguniang Kabataan Nationwide. The main output of said event is the
   preparation of individual Environmental Action P lan by all participating
   schools and creation/activation of their YES-O. Personalities who attended
   the 2011 Summer Camp are the following, to wit: Vice P resident Jejomar
   Binay; Former DENR Secretary Elisea Gozun; DENR Head Executive
   Assistant Atty. Jonas Leones; FMB Assistant Director Nonito T amayo; and
   DENR CAR Regional Executive Director Clarence Baguilat.
⇒ Provision of T echnical Assistance

      For the year, several schools w ere provided technical assistance by the
   Office in doing/performing their environment-related activities such as tree
   planting, IEC re environment and preparation of their Environmental Action
   Plan, to wit:

   •   T ree P lanting: ST I College; P ansol
       National High School, San Antonio
       De P adua College in Pila, Laguna;
   •   IEC: STI College; P ansol National
       High School, San Antonio De
       P adua College in Pila, Laguna;
   •   P reparation     of   Environmental
       Action Plan: CAVITE (Dasmarinas
       National High School); QUEZON
       (Quezon National High School);
       LAGUNA (Unson National High
       School, San Juan National High
       School-San Antonio Annex, Pedro
       Guevarra Memorial National High
       School); BATANGAS (Lucsuhin National High School, Sta. Clara
       National High School, Sta. Anastacia-San Rafael National High School,
       San P edro National High School, Bauan T echnical High School, San
       Isidro National High School, San Jose National High School, Lipa City
       National High School)

⇒ Participation to the National Youth Commission-Regional Advisory Council
   (NYC-RAC)

           The NYC-RAC is a council composed of representatives from the
   different National Government Agencies and specifically focused on the
   monitoring of different programs being implemented by the government
   concerning the youth. It is the one who makes sure that the youth will
   alw ays be given recognition/attention. Some of the activities being
   conducted by the council for the year are: Updating of all Youth-Related
   activities by conducting regular council meeting (quarterly) & Preparation
   and filling up of the Medium T erm Development Plan.




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        ⇒ Participation to other youth related activities

             •    Assistance to the DepEd thru Lecture re DepEd Role to the “Continuing
                  Mandamus Order” issued by the Supreme Court in the Case MMDA et al
                  V.S. Concerned Residents of Manila Bay.

                  The Office, thru our representative Forester
                  Januel R. P eras, gave them background on the
                  activities being conducted by DENR R4A re
                  compliance to “Continuing Mandamus”.
                  Further, DENR 4A commits to provide
                  technical assistance to all DepEd 4A
                  environmental activities such as in the YES-O
                  as part of their compliance.

             •    P articipation to the Region 4A SK Regional Congress held at P alaw an
                  City.

                         During said regional congress, the
                  Office provided the Resource Person and
                  presented the topic on Climate Change and
                  some of the Government’s initiatives/
                  issuances to counter such. Some of these
                  national issuances are the following: RA
                  9729 or the Climate Change Act of 2009;
                  Executive Order No. 23 or the Moratorium
                  on the harvesting or cutting of trees in the
                  natural and residual forest and the
                  creation of the Anti-Illegal Logging T ask Force; and the Executive Order
                  No. 26 or the National Greening P rogram (NGP ). A SK Environmental
                  Plan or SK Greening Plan for each province (CALABAR) is the expected
                  output of the said undertaking.

      ► First Regional Small Scal e Mining Summit for MGB IV-B (CALABARZON
        Region)

        This w as held on December 8, 2011 at MGB P etrolab Conference Hall. The
        objective of said event w as to update participants from LGU’s and P MRBs of
        CALABARZON on the latest developments regarding the legal and technical
        aspects of small-scale mining operations in the Region, notably the possible
        transition in small scale mining permit mode of issuance applying the
        provisions of R.A. 7076 and consequently the eventual phase-out of P.D. 1899.

      ► Mines and Geosciences Aw areness and Advocacy and Revitalization of a
        Responsibl e Minerals Industry

        Under this, the MGB CALABARZON Regional Office’s intensified Information,
        Education and Communication (IEC) campaign for the period under review
        resulted to 120% accomplishment of its Stakehol der IEC program targets.

        An Information Education Campaign on the results of the 1:50,000 scale
        geologic hazard maps ( rain-induced and flood susceptibility maps ) of each of
        the 36 municipalities that comprise the province of Quezon P rovince w ere

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   presented during the 3-day February/March 2011 seminar workshop. This w as
   held at the Function Hall and Audio Visual Room of the Quezon National
   Agricultural School ( QNAS ) in Barangay Malikboy, P agbilao, Quezon. The tw o
   ( 2 ) rooms w ere packed during the three – day seminar which accommodated
   a total of 1,294 barangays. Likewise, representatives from each of the
   municipality from the Department of Education, Department of Social Welfare,
   Fire Department Bureau, Philippine National P olice, Office of Civil Defense and
   Planning Officer, Environmental Officer, Disaster Risk Reduction Officer from
   each of the municipal mayor’s office. Each of the participants were given the
   Certificate of Attendance at the end of the seminar. An approximate number of
   500 posters on landslide and flood w ere also distributed during the IEC
   together with a video copy of the how rain-induced landslide and flooding
   occurs.

► Conduct of field investigations and preparation of tw o hundred thrity-seven
   (237) reports on Geohazard Identification Survey (GIS), Geological Site Scoping
   (GSS) and pursuant to DENR Administrative Order No. 2000-28 which requires
   all proponents of land development and infrastructure to undertake an
   engineering, geological and geohazard assessment of their project areas. The
   geohazard survey and geological scoping covered the provinces of Cavite,
   Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon and the National Capital Region.

► MOA      signing: The Provincial Government of
   Quezon, represented by Governor David Suarez,
   Jr. and Department of Environment and Natural
   Resources, represented by DENR Region IV-A
   Executive Director Reynulfo A. Juan signed a
   MOA on the initial funding of 15 million pesos as
   part of the Securing Quezon’s Future P rogram in
   connection with the National Greening P rogram,
   held on November 15, 2011 at the DENR Central
   Office, Diliman, Quezon City, among others, which
   were discussed in previous parts of this Report.
► Conduct of Regional M anagement Conferences and Meetings of DENR
   Region IV-A Official s

   Three (3) Regional Management Conferences
were conducted for this year, which have been
instrumental to the implementation of major
programs for this year. It w as during the last
quarter of this year that the percentage of
accomplishments, specifically      on   plantation
establishment and issuance of patents had
alarmed key officials of the Region, specifically
RED Juan. In order to identify and resolve
hindering factors, RED Juan called for a meeting,
which w as conducted last November 18, 2011.
During this meeting, P ENRO’s and CENRO’s were
able to present strategic actions to attain their
backlogs. Also, RED Juan made an instruction for the field officials to come up
with an Implementation Plan of the target activities for CY 2012.

Provided further in this Report are t abulated Physical and                    Finan cial
Accomplishments by sector for the period of Janu ary to December 2011.


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IV. LOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF MAJOR
    PROGRAMS/PROJECTS
         The sustainable management of our
      environment and natural resources is
      the Department’s goal and in order to
      achieve that, the logic and components
      of a program must be clearly defined.
      (See Figure IV-1). T he logical framew ork
      shows the progress tow ards achieving
      the project purpose. At our level, all
      programs/projects and activities being
      implemented for the past years are
      geared tow ards achievement of our
      Sectoral or Department’s goal.

          For this year, the DENR Region IV-A w as guided with the following “living
      documents” that shows measurable near-term impact, deliverables, key activities
      and strategic actions, and important assumptions of the National Greening
      P rogram, the Community-based Forest Management Program, Land Distribution
      P rogram, and Forest Protection.

         ► The National Greening Program

                                                  Objectively Verifiable    Means of Verification
                  Narrative Summary                                                                        Assumptions
                                                    Indicator (OVI)               (MOV)
             Goal :
             Government, Civil Society, and By 2016, ____ trees            Forest Management
             private sector greening efforts planted within CALABAR-       Bureau Statistics/DENR
             harmonized                      ZON (equivalent to 70,000     Region IV-A ENR Statis-
                                             hectares)                     tics


             Purpose :
             To mobilize the citizenry in       Planted 3, 514,500 seed-   Forest Management       Maintenance and protec-
             planting along roadsides,          lings within CALABARZON    Bureau Statistics/DENR tion of established planta-
             within watershed, campuses,        with equivalent area of    Region IV-A ENR Statis- tions are sustained (??)
             and reservations areas             6,135 hectares             tics



             Output:
             Seedling production/               3,514,500 seedlings pro-   Publications, Awareness, Seedlings are available;
             procurement                        duced/procured             Extension, Education     planting sites are accessi-
                                                                           materials                ble

             Area development                   5,903 hectares developed                             Availability of funds and
                                                                                                     planting materials

             Volunteer partners involvement 68,182 volunteer partners                                Favora ble weather condi-
                                            involved                                                 tion, specially on planting
                                                                                                     schedule

             Input/Activities :
             Nursery operations                                            Monthly/Quarterly/
                                                                           Annual Reports
             Site preparation (staking, hole
             digging) and social mobilization

             Maintenance and protection of
             2-3 year old established planta-
             tions
             Budget (for salary and MOOE)
             Technical Staff
             Laborers/farmers
             Equipments



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► Community-based Forest Management Program


                         Objectively                 Means of
  Narrative Summary Verif iable I ndicator         Verif ication                  Assumptions
                             (OVI)                   (MOV)

  Goal:

  Fore st Sustainably
  manage d


  Purpose :
  Empowe re d upland Community Initiate d       Docume ntation
  farme rs contributing activitie s             of initiate d
  to sustainable                                proje cts and
  de ve lopme nt of the                         activitie s
  fore st re source s




                             undertake n :                         Trainings and assistance provide d to
                                                                   communitie s

                             - community
                          planning

                             - re source
                          acce ssing



  I ntermediate
  Objective :
  Stre ngthe ned          Dutie s and            Asse ssme nt      PO are re ce ptive to assistance be ing
  capacity of PO's in     re sponsibilit ie s    re port           provide d by the gove rnme nt
  the imple me ntation    stipulate d in the
  of CBFMP                CBFMA adhe re d to
                          knowledge are applie d
                          in the ir re spe ctive
                          are as



  Output:
  Asse ssme nt of         CBFMA holde rs        docume ntation     All the inputs are provide d on time
  CBFMA holde rs          asse sse d            re port

  Capacity building       PO traine d           maps, photos
  Provision of            IGP proje cts
  additional income       imple me nte d

  Input/Activitie s :
   Budge t for
  Pe rsonne l Salary)
  and MOOE;
  Trainings, Te chnical
  Staffs



  Live lihood proje cts




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       ► Forest P rotection P rogram


                  Narrative          Objectively Verif iable          Means of Verif ication
                  Summary               I ndicator (OVI)                    (MOV)                      Assumptions



            Goal:

            Fore stland is
            prote cted

            Purpose :
            Ille gal activit ie s   de cre ase d in volume of    re port                       DEN R and other stake holde rs
            within the              fore st product                                            are working toge the r
            fore stland are         confiscate d
            curtaile d



            Encroachme nt is        de cre ase d in influx of
            pre ve nte d            informal se ttle rs within
                                    fore stlands

            I ntermediate

            Objective :
            Appre he nsion of       Volume confiscate d          re ports                      DEN R and MFPC working
            ille gally                                                                         toge the r harmoniously
            transporte d fore st
            products and its
            pe rpe trators


            Involve me nt of       ille gal logge rs
            other stake holders appre he nde d
            in fore st prote ction
            activitie s

            Output:
            Patrolling of        are a patrolle d         patrol se ctor re port
            unte nure d
            fore stland
            Monitoring of e ntry che ck points monitore d
            and e xit of
               ille gally
            transporte d fore st
            prod.
            Operation of            MFPC operationalize d        minute s of the mee ting
            Mult ise ctoral
            Fore st
            Prote ction                                          re solutions passe d
            Committee

            I nput/Activities :
            Budge t (for salary
            and MOOE)

            Te chnical Staff

            Equipme nts

            Patrol Se ctors

            Monitoring stations




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         ► Land Management P rogram

  Narrative Summary              Objective Verifiabl e            Means of Verifica-            Important Assump-
          (NS)                        Indicator                      tion (MOV)                        tion
                                        (OVI)                                                          (IA)

Goal
                                 Ide ntifie d political         Approve d Political
Political boundary dispute s     boundary dispute s se t-       Boundary Surve y Maps
be twee n the Local Govern-      tle d                          duly conforme d by
me nt Units (LGU) se ttle d                                     LGU’s.
and de termine d common
boundary are a of the mu-
nicipality and barangay.




Purpose
                                 Local e xe cutive s conform    Fie ld ve rification and      The Law of Cre ation of the
Local Gove rnme nt Units         on the ir e stablishe d        inspe ction                   municipality doe s not con-
(LGU) upon comple tion of        common boundarie s.                                          form to the pre se nt actual
the Political Boundary Sur-                                      “Sanguniang Bayan”           boundary of the munici-
ve y will conform on the ir                                     Re solution of the LGU of     pality.
common boundary e stab-                                         the ir conformity.
lishe d.



Output
                                 Municipalit ie s of:           Approve d plans               Copie s of approve d Politi-
Approve d Political Boundary                                                                  cal Boundary Maps of the
Maps                                                            Joint Re solution be -        municipalitie s
                                                                twe e n adjoining munici-
Approve d Te chnical De scrip-                                  palitie s
tions.


I nput
                                 -3.5 Billion Pe sos Proje ct   Contract of Agreeme nt        Signe d Contracts
Cadastral Proje ct Funds         Fund                           be twee n DENR IV-A and
                                 -xxx Billion in Cy 2012        the Contractots.
Compe te nt Contractors          -xx Billion in Cy 2013

Modern Surve ying Instru-        -44 contracts issue d to
me nts/Equipme nts               the Consultants




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 V.                   PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE


                                                        Tabl e V-1
                                                Physical Accompl ishment
                                               January to December 2011

                                       Performance                                        Accomplishment
      Program/Projec t/Activity                                 Office      Target                                REMARKS
                                        Indicators                                        No.         %
A.I.a.1 General Management and
Supervision

   A.   Exercise of General Manage- Travel Orders     REG'L                     9,100 15,160. 87          167%
        ment                        signed (no)       TOTAL
        1. Supervision and Control
        over the Operations of the
        Sectors
                                                      REG'L. OFF.               2,200      3,217          146%

                                                      PROV'L                    6,900     11,943.         173%
                                                      TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas       1,200      1.873          156%

                                                                 Cavite         1,100      2,208          200%

                                                                 Laguna         1,200      3,181          265%

                                                                 Quezon         2,200      4,942          225%

                                                                 Rizal          1,200      1,611          134%


                                    Special Orders    REG'L                      600            641          %
                                    issued (no.)      TOTAL


                                                      REG'L. OFF.                300            330       110%

                                                      PROV'L                     360            311        86%
                                                      TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas            40         13        32.5%

                                                                 Cavite              20         29    145% %

                                                                 Laguna              30         73        243%

                                                                 Quezon          250            176        70%

                                                                 Rizal               20         20        100%


        2. Control over financial   Disbursement      REG'L                    8,300      11,242          135%
        disbursements               vouchers approved TOTAL
                                    (no)

                                                      REG'L. OFF.               1,800       4,045         225%

                                                      PROV'L                   6,500       7,197          111%
                                                      TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas      1,100            291        26%

                                                                 Cavite          950       1,546          163%

                                                                 Laguna        1,200       1,616          135%

                                                                 Quezon        2,050        2544          124%

                                                                 Rizal         1,200       1,200          100%


                                    Checks signed (no.) REG'L                   7,900                        %
                                                        TOTAL



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                                                   Tabl e V-1
                                           Physical Accompl ishment
                                          January to December 2011

                                                                                          Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity     Performance Indicators             Office      Target                          REMARKS
                                                                                           No.       %
                                                        REG'L. OFF.              300           649   216%

                                                        PROV'L                 7,600                     %
                                                        TOTAL
                                                                  Batangas     1,150

                                                                  Cavite       1,000        1,461    146%

                                                                  Laguna       1,200        1,616    135%

                                                                  Quezon       3,600        3,836    107%

                                                                  Rizal          650        1,148    176%


                            Purchase Request approved   REG'L                    509        1,135    473%
                            (no.)                       TOTAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.              240          587    245%

                                                        PROV'L                   269          548    204%
                                                        TOTAL
                                                                  Batangas        60          220    367%

                                                                  Cavite          24           29    121%

                                                                  Laguna          50           94    188%

                                                                  Quezon         100          145    145%

                                                                  Rizal           35           60    171%

                            Purchase/Job Order ap-      REG'L                    398          620    156%
                            proved (no.)                TOTAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.              100          280    280%

                                                        PROV'L                   298          340    114%
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                  Batangas        80           13     16%

                                                                  Cavite          24           26    108%

                                                                  Laguna          75          131    175%

                                                                  Quezon          95          140    147%

                                                                  Rizal           24           30    125%


        3. Exercise control Implementing issuances
        and general supervi- issued (no.)
        sion over the imple-
        mentation of laws,
        policies, regulations
        an programs
                                - memorandum orders     REG'L                    187
                                                        TOTAL


                                                        REG'L. OFF.                   4         3     75%

                                                        PROV'L                   183
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Cavite
                                                                  Laguna          55           57    104%

                                                                  Quezon         120          247    206%

                                                                  Rizal               8         8    100%




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                                                         Tabl e V-1
                                                 Physical Accompl ishment
                                                January to December 2011

  Program/Projec t/                                                                        Accomplishment
                        Performance Indicators              Office           Target                              REMARKS
       Activity                                                                              No.      %
                         - memorandum circulars REG'L TOTAL                       104


                                                   REG'L. OFF.                      4             3    75%
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                   100

                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Cavite
                                                                  Laguna
                                                                  Quezon              80         98    123%
                                                                  Rizal               20         20    100%

                         - of fice memorandum      REG'L TOTAL                   3,581         4,316   121%

                                                   REG'L. OFF.                   3,000         3,274   109%
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                    581         1,322

                                                                  Batangas         20
                                                                  Cavite           11            12    120%
                                                                  Laguna          250           538    215%
                                                                  Quezon          300           472    157%
                                                                  Rizal            20            20    100%

                      Documents (letters, memo- REG'L TOTAL                     22,900        37,043   162%
                      randa) referred to concerned
                      office/unit for appropriate
                      action

                                                   REG'L. OFF.                  12,000        12,265   102%
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                 10,900        24,778   227%

                                                                  Batangas       3,200         1,432
                                                                  Cavite         1,000         1,150   115%
                                                                  Laguna         2,000         2,400   120%
                                                                  Quezon         4,300         6,449   150%
                                                                  Rizal            400           447   112%

                      Permits/License Agreement    REG'L TOTAL                   1,262         1,253   99%
                      Issued/Signed (no)


                         - Forestry                REG'L. OFF.                                  138             32 licenses and
                                                                                                                 106 forfeiture/
                                                                                                                  release orders
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  1,262         1,115   88%
                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Cavite           10            14    140%
                                                                  Laguna          832           832    100%
                                                                  Quezon          400           249     62%
                                                                  Rizal            20            20    100%

                         -Lands                    REG'L TOTAL                   3,600

                                                   REG'L. OFF.                                   47           13 patents signed
                                                                                                               and 34 in vestiga-
                                                                                                                    tion signed
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  3,600
                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Cavite         1,200         2,013   168%
                                                                  Laguna           900           900   100%
                                                                  Quezon         1,500         2,748   183%
                                                                  Rizal

                         - Protected Areas and     REG'L TOTAL                    182
                        Wildlife


                                                   REG'L. OFF.                    120           120    100%
                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                    62
                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Cavite               7         16    229%
                                                                  Laguna              25         29    116%
                                                                  Quezon              30         30    100%
                                                                  Rizal


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                                                              Tabl e V-1
                                                      Physical Accompl ishment
                                                     January to December 2011

                                                                                                         Accomplishment
     Program/Projec t/Activity         Performance Indicators             Office            Target                          REMARKS
                                                                                                           No.      %
                                      Field visit made (no.)      REG'L TOTAL                   560            713  127%

                                                                  REG'L. OFF.                   115           102     89%
                                                                  PROV'L TOTAL                  445           611    137%
                                                                                 Batangas        70            44     63%
                                                                                 Cavite          90            90    100%
                                                                                 Laguna         100           191    191%
                                                                                 Quezon         125           226    181%
                                                                                 Rizal           60            60    100%
                                      Meetings held (no.)         REG'L TOTAL                   420           550    131%

                                                                  REG'L. OFF.                    60            74    123%
                                                                  PROV'L TOTAL                  360           476    132%
                                                                                 Batangas        45            23     51%
                                                                                 Cavite          60            63    105%
                                                                                 Laguna          65           152    234%
                                                                                 Quezon         150           198    132%
                                                                                 Rizal           40            40    100%
                                      Meetings attended (no.)     REG'L TOTAL                   730

                                                                  REG'L. OFF.                   100

                                                                  PROV'L TOTAL                  630
                                                                                 Batangas       100            72     72%
                                                                                 Cavite         120           122    102%
                                                                                 Laguna         120           335    279%
                                                                                 Quezon         240           313    130%
                                                                                 Rizal           50            50    100%
             4. Management            Innovations introduced      REG'L TOTAL


                                                                  REG'L. OFF.
                                                                  PROV'L TOTAL                       -           -
                                                                                 Batangas
                                                                                 Cavite
                                                                                 Laguna
                                                                                 Quezon
                                                                                 Rizal
                                      New Office Procedures/      REG'L TOTAL                        -           -
                                      System introduced and
                                      adopted (no)


                                                                  REG'L. OFF.                        1
                                                                  PROV'L TOTAL                       -           -
                                                                                 Batangas
                                                                                 Cavite
                                                                                 Laguna
                                                                                 Quezon
                                                                                 Rizal


B.    ADMINISTRATIVE SER-
      VICES

      1. Personnel Management         Appointments prepared       REG'L TOTAL
                                      (no.)
        1.1 Prepares papers and                                   PROV’L TOTAL                                 10
      documents relative to em-
      ployee’s appointment, pro-
      motion, resignation, trans-                                                Quezon
      fer, retirement, and claims
      for disability and sick bene-
      fits, salaries and allowances
      including other monetary
      benefits




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                                                         Tabl e V-1
                                                 Physical Accompl ishment
                                                January to December 2011

                                                                                       Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity Performance Indicators             Office      Target                               REMARKS
                                                                                       No.         %
                         Service contract          REG'L
                         processed and endorsed    TOTAL
                         to CSC (no)

                                                   REG'L. OFF.
                                                   PROV'L
                                                   TOTAL                                     -

                                                              Batangas
                                                              Cavite
                                                              Laguna
                                                              Quezon

                                                              Rizal

                         Reports submitted to      REG'L. OFF.                    29        37      128%
                         CSC/DENR/Other
                         Agency (no)

                         Memoranda drafted (no.) REG'L
                                                 TOTAL


                                                   REG'L. OFF.                    40        65      162%

                                                   PROV'L
                                                   TOTAL

                                                              Batangas                       3
                                                              Cavite
                                                              Laguna                        20
                                                              Quezon                        96
                                                              Rizal


                         Office orders drafted (no.) REG'L
                                                     TOTAL


                                                  REG'L. OFF.                     40        38          95%
                                                  PROV'L
                                                  TOTAL
                                                            Batangas                        14
                                                            Cavite
                                                            Laguna                           6
                                                            Quezon                          53
                                                            Rizal
                         Plantilla of personnel   REG'L                           83       205      247%
                         prepared/maintained (no) TOTAL

                                                   REG'L. OFF.                    60       180      300%
                                                   PROV'L                         23        25      109%
                                                   TOTAL
                                                             Batangas           3            6
                                                             Cavite             5            5
                                                             Laguna             2            2      100%
                                                             Quezon            10            9       90%
                                                             Rizal              3            3      100%
                         Payrolls/vouchers         REG'L                      930        2,223      239%
                         prepared and              TOTAL
                         recommended for
                         approva l (no)


                                                   REG'L. OFF.                300          176       59%
                                                   PROV'L                     630        2,047      325%
                                                   TOTAL
                                                             Batangas          40          149      372%
                                                             Cavite           120        1,029      857%
                                                             Laguna           120          121      101%
                                                             Quezon           180          578      321%
                                                             Rizal            170          170      100%




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                                                  Tabl e V-1
                                          Physical Accompl ishment
                                         January to December 2011

                                                                                            Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity        Performance Indicators           Office       Target                             REMARKS
                                                                                             No.         %
                                NOSI prepared and        REG'L. OFF.               180             16        9%
                                recommended for approval
                                (no)



                                Retirement applications  REG'L
                                processed and            TOTAL
                                recommended for approval
                                (no)
                                                         REG'L. OFF.                    9          18    200%
                                                         PROV'L
                                                         TOTAL


                                                                    Batangas                        3
                                                                    Cavite                          1
                                                                    Laguna                          9
                                                                    Quezon                          9
                                                                    Rizal

                                Separation applications  REG'L
                                processed and            TOTAL
                                recommended for approval
                                (no)
                                                         REG'L. OFF.                    5           0        0%
                                                         PROV'L
                                                         TOTAL

                                                                    Batangas
                                                                    Cavite
                                                                    Laguna                          6
                                                                    Rizal
                                                                    Quezon                          3
                                                                    Rizal
                                Personnel Clearances      REG'L                    115             105   91%
                                Issued/processed (no)     TOTAL

                                                          REG'L. OFF.               10             25    250%
                                                          PROV'L                   105             80     76%
                                                          TOTAL


                                                                    Batangas        18              4     22%
                                                                    Cavite           4              3     75%
                                                                    Laguna          12             18    150%
                                                                    Quezon          61             45     74%
                                                                    Rizal           10             10    100%
      1.3 Screening/Evaluating Trainees screened and      REG'L
      applicants for On the Job recommended for “on the   TOTAL
      Training                  Job Training (no)
                                                          REG'L. OFF.                              74
                                                          PROV'L
                                                          TOTAL
                                                                   Batangas                         2
                                                                   Cavite                          18
                                                                   Laguna                          29
                                                                   Quezon                           8
                                                                   Rizal
      1.5 Maintain personnel Report on personnel          REG'L                     20             16    36%
      records and statistics on statistics prepared and   TOTAL
      Personnel complement      submitted (no)


                                                          REG'L. OFF.                   4           2    50%

                                                          PROV'L                    16             14    100%
                                                          TOTAL
                                                                    Batangas            4           2     50%
                                                                    Cavite              4           4    100%
                                                                    Laguna              4           4    100%
                                                                    Quezon              4           4    100%
                                                                    Rizal               4           4    100%




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                                                        Tabl e V-1
                                                Physical Accompl ishment
                                               January to December 2011

                                                                                          Accomplishment
 Program/Projec t/Activity     Performance Indicators           Office        Target                         REMARKS
                                                                                            No.      %
                             Service cards prepared/    REG'L                     1,001       1,240   124%
                             maintained (no)            TOTAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                250          64    26%
                                                        PROV'L                     751       1,176   157%
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas        123         521   424%
                                                                   Cavite           63          63   100%
                                                                   Laguna           95         113   119%
                                                                   Quezon          350         355   101%
                                                                   Rizal           124         124   100%

                             Number of personnel whose REG'L                      1,001
                             salary and compensation   TOTAL
                             index card updated (no)

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                250         239    96%
                                                        PROV'L                     751
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas        123
                                                                   Cavite           63          63   100%
                                                                   Laguna           95         113   119%
                                                                   Quezon          350         318    91%
                                                                   Rizal           124         124   100%

                             Leave applications         REG'L
                             processed and indexed (no) TOTAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                300         384   128%
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas                    379
                                                                   Cavite                       94
                                                                   Laguna                      140
                                                                   Quezon                      461
                                                                   Rizal                        99

                             Certificates of leave      REG'L
                             balances and leave w/o pay TOTAL
                             issued quarterly


                                                        REG'L. OFF.                             84
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas
                                                                   Cavite                        9
                                                                   Laguna                      113
                                                                   Quezon                      318
                                                                   Rizal

                             Personnel 201 file         REG'L                     1,723
                             maintained and updated     TOTAL
                             (no.)

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                933         933
                                                        PROV'L                     790
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas        123          79    64%
                                                                   Cavite           63          63   100%
                                                                   Laguna          128         113   128%
                                                                   Quezon          352         355   101%
                                                                   Rizal           124         124   100%




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                                                      Tabl e V-1
                                              Physical Accompl ishment
                                             January to December 2011

Program/Projec t/                                                                         Accomplishment
                       Performance Indicators                Office            Target                         REMARKS
     Activity                                                                               No.      %
                    Personnel Statement of Assets REG'L TOTAL                     1,555       1,545   99%
                    and Liabilities (SAL) processed
                    and filed with Ombudsman


                                                     REG'L. OFF.                    869        875    101%
                                                     PROV'L TOTAL                   686        670     98%



                                                                    Batangas        107         79     74%
                                                                    Cavite           63         63    100%
                                                                    Laguna          106        106    100%
                                                                    Quezon          286        298    104%
                                                                    Rizal           124        124    100%

                    Personnel PES maintained and REG'L TOTAL                      2,164       1,762   81%
                    processed (no)

                                                     REG'L. OFF.                    900         705   78%
                                                     PROV'L TOTAL                 1,264       1,057   84%

                                                                    Batangas        224         79     35%
                                                                    Cavite           63         63    100%
                                                                    Laguna          193         88     54%
                                                                    Quezon          560        603    108%
                                                                    Rizal           224        224    100%



                    Personnel Profile maintained     REG'L TOTAL                  1,690
                    and updated (no)

                                                     REG'L. OFF.                    900        933    104%
                                                     PROV'L TOTAL                   790        734     93%

                                                                    Batangas        123         79     64%
                                                                    Cavite           63         63    100%
                                                                    Laguna          128        113     88%
                                                                    Quezon          352        355    101%
                                                                    Rizal           124        124    100%

                    Travel Orders of personnel       REG'L TOTAL                 11,600      18,144   156%
                    numbered and filed (no)

                                                     REG'L. OFF.                  2,000       3,306   165%
                                                     PROV'L TOTAL                 9,600      14,838   155%

                                                                    Batangas        800       1,873   234%
                                                                    Cavite        1,400       2,103   150%
                                                                    Laguna        2,000       3,220   161%
                                                                    Quezon        4,400       6,031   137%
                                                                    Rizal         1,000       1,611   161%

                    Special Order of personnel       REG'L. OFF.                    250        453    181%
                    numbered

                    Certificate of Service Records   REG'L TOTAL                    854
                    issued (no.)
                                                     REG'L. OFF.                    400        274    68%
                                                     PROV'L TOTAL                   454



                                                                    Batangas         44
                                                                    Cavite          120        120    100%
                                                                    Laguna          140         57     41%
                                                                    Quezon          110        205    186%
                                                                    Rizal            40         40    100%


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                                                Physical Accompl ishment
                                               January to December 2011

                                                                                                       Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity       Performance Indicators                Office          Target                              REMARKS
                                                                                                         No.         %
                               Certificate of Compensation     REG'L
                               issued (no)                     TOTAL


                                                               REG'L. OFF.                    150              133    89%
                                                               PROV'L
                                                               TOTAL


                                                                             Batangas                           3
                                                                             Cavite                             1
                                                                             Laguna                             8
                                                                             Quezon                            51
                                                                             Rizal                             10


                               Certificate of Appearance issued REG'L                   As they
                               (no.)                            TOTAL                    come

                                                               REG'L. OFF.                                     87
                                                               PROV'L
                                                               TOTAL

                                                                             Batangas                          598
                                                                             Cavite                            139
                                                                             Laguna                            163
                                                                             Quezon                            745
                                                                             Rizal                              83

                1.6          Number of transactions made       REG'L                    As they
                Performing   with concerned agencies made      TOTAL                     come
                liaison work (no)
                with
                GSIS,
                PAGIBIG,                                       REG'L. OFF.                                     202
                PHILHEALTH,
                BIR, and                                       PROV'L
                others                                         TOTAL


                                                                             Batangas                          295
                                                                             Cavite                             40
                                                                             Laguna                             50
                                                                             Quezon                            303
                                                                             Rizal


      2. Pro perty and Supply
      Management
                     2.1      No. of Vehicles registered and   REG'L                              20
                  Operation   insured                          TOTAL
                  and
                  Maintenance                                  REG'L. OFF.                        7             7    100%
                  of
                  Government                                   PROV'L                             13
                  Vehicles                                     TOTAL


                                                                             Batangas             2
                                                                             Cavite               1
                                                                             Laguna               3                       N/A
                                                                             Quezon               6             1     17% Unserviceabl
                                                                                                                           e vehicles at
                                                                                                                                CENRO
                                                                                                                                 levels
                                                                             Rizal                1             1    100%




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                                               Physical Accompl ishment
                                              January to December 2011

Program/Projec t/                                                                             Accomplishment
                          Performance Indicators                Office           Target                             REMARKS
     Activity                                                                                    No.     %
                      Cost of gasoline/diesel/oil       REG'L T OT AL            As they
                      procured (in Peso)                                          come
                                                     REG'L. OFF. REG'L.                      1,063,226.63
                                                                  OFF.
                                                     PROV'L
                                                     T OT AL
                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Laguna
                                                                  Quezon
                                                                  Rizal                       131,576. 97
                      Cost of preventive maintenance REG'L T OT AL               As they
                      made (in Peso)                                              come
                                                     REG'L. OFF.                                 109,235
                                                     PROV'L
                                                     T OT AL
                                                                  Batangas
                                                                  Laguna
                                                                  Quezon                       30,662.75

                      Cost for the repair of vehicles   REG'L T OT AL            As they
                      (in Peso)                                                   come

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                           291,505. 14
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        T OT AL

                                                                      Batangas
                                                                      Cavite
                                                                      Laguna
                                                                      Quezon
                                                                      Rizal                    15,646.17

        2.2 Rental of No. of square meters of Office    REG'L T OT AL
      Office Building space rented

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                  1,937       250/ 200
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        T OT AL

                                                                      Batangas         160           160
                                                                      Cavite           200           400
                                                                      Laguna           754           745     99%
                                                                      Quezon           450           489    109%
                                                                      Rizal

                      Monthly cost per square meter of REG'L T OT AL
                      rental

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                              566,496
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        T OT AL

                                                                      Batangas
                                                                      Cavite
                                                                      Laguna                      52,600
                                                                      Quezon
                                                                      Rizal

      2.3             Monthly Cost for Janitorial       REG'L T OT AL
      Maintenance Services (in Peso)
      and Security of
      Office Building
      and Grounds

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                    648    709,103. 77
                                                        PROV'L
                                                        T OT AL

                                                                      Batangas
                                                                      Quezon




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                                                                                                      Accomplishment
      Program/Projec t/Activity     Performance Indicators             Office            Target                         REMARKS
                                                                                                        No.         %
                                  Monthly Cost for Security      REG'L
                                  Services (in Peso)             T OT AL

                                                                 REG'L. OFF.                 1,560    146,890. 80

                                                                 PROV'L
                                                                 T OT AL                          -             -

                                                                           Batangas
                                                                           Cavite
                                                                           Laguna                                       N/A
                                                                           Quezon
                                                                           Rizal

                                  Monthly Cost of Supplies for   REG'L
                                  Office Maintenance (in Peso)   T OT AL

                                                                 REG'L. OFF.                110,000
                                                                 PROV'L               As they come
                                                                 T OT AL

                                                                           Batangas

                                                                           Cavite

                                                                           Laguna                      78,939.50

                                                                           Quezon
                                                                           Rizal



                                  Monthly Cost of Water          REG'L
                                  Consumption (in Peso)          T OT AL


                                                                 REG'L. OFF.                           13,099.84

                                                                 PROV'L
                                                                 T OT AL

                                                                           Batangas

                                                                           Cavite                      11,814.08

                                                                           Laguna                      44,096.46

                                                                           Quezon                      15,597.57

                                                                           Rizal                      119,302. 45


                                  Monthly Cost of Electricity    REG'L
                                  Consumption (in Peso)          T OT AL



                                                                 REG'L. OFF.                          249,139. 41

                                                                 PROV'L
                                                                 T OT AL

                                                                           Batangas

                                                                           Cavite                     413,653. 25

                                                                           Laguna                     432,395. 21

                                                                           Quezon                     973,938. 18

                                                                           Rizal                      385,064. 75




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                                            January to December 2011

                                                                                                Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity   Performance Indicators              Office           Target                              REMARKS
                                                                                                  No.       %
       2.4 Comm unication   Cost T elephone landline     REG'L
     Services               (in Peso)                    T OT AL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.

                                                         PROV'L
                                                         T OT AL

                                                                    Batangas

                                                                    Cavite                       94,766.40

                                                                    Laguna                      225,130. 62

                                                                    Quezon                      236,895. 91

                                                                    Rizal                        79,228.98


                            Cost of I nternet Service (in REG'L
                            Peso)                         T OT AL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.                                12,750

                                                         PROV'L
                                                         T OT AL

                                                                    Batangas

                                                                    Cavite                       15,556.02

                                                                    Laguna                          17,099

                                                                    Quezon                       33,119.84

                                                                    Rizal


                            Cost of Cellular Card (in    REG'L                     619,000
                            Peso)                        T OT AL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.                                26,000

                                                         PROV'L
                                                         T OT AL

                                                                    Batangas

                                                                    Cavite                       41,422.09

                                                                    Laguna                          17,500

                                                                    Quezon                         114,000

                                                                    Rizal                           60,100


                            No. of Fax Messages      REG'L
                            transmitted and received T OT AL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.
                                                         PROV'L
                                                         T OT AL

                                                                    Batangas
                                                                    Cavite
                                                                    Laguna
                                                                    Quezon                815          721     88%
                                                                    Rizal




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                                              January to December 2011

                                                                                               Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity    Performance Indicators             Office         Target                             REMARKS
                                                                                                 No.         %
          2. 5 Inventory of    Inventory report prepared REG'L TO-                        16
        Property               and submitted (no)        TAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                       3             2    67%

                                                        PROV'L.                           13
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                      Batangas            1            100
                                                                      Cavite              2              2   100%

                                                                      Laguna              4             4    100%

                                                                      Quezon              4             3     75%
                                                                      Rizal               2             2    100%


         2. 6 Repair and      Cost of Repair/           REG'L T OT AL
        Maintenance of Office Maintenance (in Peso)
             Equipment
                                                        REG'L. OFF.               200,000       142,035

                                                        PROV'L T O-
                                                        T AL

                                                                      Batangas

                                                                      Cavite
                                                                      Laguna                     79,310

                                                                      Quezon
                                                                      Rizal                        7,000


         2. 7 Procurement of Agency Procurement Plan REG'L TO-                        16
        Goods and Services   prepared & appro ved (no) TAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                       1             1    100%

                                                        PROV'L                        15
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                      Batangas            3             8    267%

                                                                      Cavite              2             2    100%

                                                                      Laguna              2             3    150%

                                                                      Quezon              6             6    100%

                                                                      Rizal               2             1    50%


                               Purchase Order issued    REG'L TO-                     499
                               (no.)                    TAL

                                                        REG'L. OFF.                   161              46    29%

                                                        PROV'L                        338
                                                        TOTAL

                                                                      Batangas            20           39    195%
                                                                      Cavite              59           62    105%

                                                                      Laguna          160              183   114%

                                                                      Quezon              79           128   162%

                                                                      Rizal               20           20    100%




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                                             January to December 2011

                                                                                                 Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity     Performance Indicators                Office        Target                               REMARKS
                                                                                                   No.      %
                            Memorandum Receipts/ARE REG'L
                            issued (no)             TOTAL

                                                          REG'L. OFF.                   200             327    164%

                                                          PROV'L                            82
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                      Batangas                            9
                                                                      Cavite             5               15    300%
                                                                      Laguna            33               30     91%
                                                                      Quezon            24               49    204%
                                                                      Rizal             20               57    285%

                            Custodian Slip Issued (no.)   REG'L. OFF.                       65

                            Biddings conducted (no.)      REG'L. OFF.                                     4

                            Cost of supplies procured (in REG'L                   As they
                            Peso)                         T OT AL                  come

                                                          REG'L. OFF.                            625, 027.55

                                                          PROV'L
                                                          T OT AL

                                                                      Batangas

                                                                      Cavite

                                                                      Laguna

                                                                      Quezon                     182, 640.16

                                                                      Rizal                      445, 804.65



  3. Records Management
            3.1 Flow of     DATS maintained (no.)         REG'L                                                100%
          Communication                                   TOTAL                             6             6



                                                          REG'L. OFF.                                          100%
                                                                                            1             1
                                                          PROV'L                                               100%
                                                          TOTAL                             5             5

                                                                      Batangas              1             1    100%
                                                                      Cavite                1             1    100%
                                                                      Laguna                1             1    100%
                                                                      Quezon                1             1    100%
                                                                      Rizal                 1             1    100%

           3.2 Incoming     Documents received,           REG'L                                      25,994    232%
         Communication      recorded and sent to          TOTAL                      11,220
                            concerned Official (no)



                                                          REG'L. OFF.                 9,120          13,757    151%

                                                          PROV'L                      2,100          12,237
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                      Batangas          360           3,801
                                                                      Cavite            240             794    330%
                                                                      Laguna            600           2,422    404%
                                                                      Quezon            600           4,920    820%
                                                                      Rizal             300             300    100%



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                                                 January to December 2011


                                                                                          Accomplishment
 Program/Projec t/Activity    Performance Indicators           Office       Target                             REMARKS
                                                                                            No.         %
           3.3 Outgoing      No. of communication/     REG'L                   3,345
         Communication       document mailed (no)      TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.               300              631   210%

                                                       PROV'L                  3,045
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas            40      1,077

                                                                 Cavite          433              443   102%

                                                                 Laguna          637              604   95%

                                                                 Quezon        1,807              990   55%

                                                                 Rizal           128              128   100%


                             No. of communication/     REG'L                   2,580
                             document delivered        TOTAL
                             personally (no)

                                                       REG'L. OFF.               780         2,460      315%

                                                       PROV'L                  1,800
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas        360              246   68%

                                                                 Cavite          360              442   123%

                                                                 Laguna          360              183   51%

                                                                 Quezon          360         1,102      306%

                                                                 Rizal           360              360   100%


           3.4               Issuances indexed (no.)   REG'L                   7,098
         Dissemination of                              TOTAL
         Issuances

                                                       REG'L. OFF.               420              416   99%

                                                       PROV'L                  6,678
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas      2,000         2,162      108%
                                                                 Cavite              96           112   116%
                                                                 Laguna          165              61    37%
                                                                 Quezon        4,117         3,800      92%
                                                                 Rizal           300              300   100%


                             Issuances disseminated    REG'L                   1,062
                             (no.)                     TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.               420              416   99%

                                                       PROV'L                    642
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                 Batangas
                                                                 Cavite          127              129   102%
                                                                 Laguna           35               34    97%
                                                                 Quezon          180              572   318%

                                                                 Rizal           300              300   100%



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                                         January to December 2011

                                                                                        Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity   Performance Indicators           Office       Target                                   REMARKS
                                                                                          No.         %
      3. 5 Certification/   Records certified/       REG'L                  25,789
     Authentication of      authenticated (no)       TOTAL
     Documents

                                                     REG'L. OFF.            18,000         20,801     116%

                                                     PROV'L                  7,789
                                                     TOTAL

                                                               Batangas      2,000
                                                               Cavite        1,134          1,304     115%
                                                               Laguna          228            262     115%
                                                               Quezon        3,827          4,130     108%
                                                               Rizal           600            600     100%

4. Cashiering
       4.1 Disbursements    Disbursement report      REG'L                     317
                            prepared and submitted   TOTAL
                            (no)

                                                     REG'L. OFF.                   50           53     106

                                                     PROV'L                    267
                                                     TOTAL

                                                               Batangas            48
                                                               Cavite              56           60    107%
                                                               Laguna              80           48     60%
                                                               Quezon              59           16     27%
                                                               Rizal               24           24    100%

                            Reports of Checks issued REG'L                   4,997
                            and cancelled (no)       TOTAL

                                                     REG'L. OFF.             4,500          4,721     105%

                                                     PROV'L                    497
                                                     TOTAL

                                                               Batangas         16
                                                               Cavite           23               25   109%
                                                               Laguna           33               75   227%
                                                               Quezon           25               29   116%
                                                               Rizal           400              821   205%

                            No. of Checkbooklets     REG'L                     194
                            procured (no)            TOTAL

                                                     REG'L. OFF.               100
                                                     PROV'L                     94
                                                     TOTAL

                                                               Batangas            10
                                                               Cavite
                                                               Laguna              50            0     0%
                                                               Quezon              24           12    50%
                                                               Rizal               10           15    150%


                            Cost of checkbooklet     REG'L
                            procured (in Peso)       TOTAL

                                                     REG'L. OFF.
                                                     PROV'L
                                                     TOTAL
                                                              Batangas
                                                              Cavite
                                                              Laguna                                         N/A
                                                              Quezon                        6,510

                                                                Rizal                    9,678.75



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                                                   January to December 2011

                                                                                            Accomplishment
 Program/Projec t/Activity      Performance Indicators        Office          Target                              REMARKS
                                                                                               No.         %
          4.2 Collections      OR's Issued (no.)         REG'L                    30,127         33,522    111%
                                                         TOTAL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.              10,250          5,534    54%

                                                         PROV'L                   19,877         27,988    141%
                                                         TOTAL

                                                                  Batangas         3,600          5,334    148%

                                                                  Cavite           1,403          1,369      96

                                                                  Laguna           4,040          2,058    51%

                                                                  Quezon           9,834         18,227    185%

                                                                  Rizal            1,000          1,000    100%


                               Report of collection      REG'L
                               prepared and submitted    TOTAL
                               (no)

                                                         REG'L. OFF.                                 19

                                                         PROV'L
                                                         TOTAL
                                                                  Batangas                           55
                                                                  Cavite                             12

                                                                  Laguna                             12

                                                                  Quezon                             63

                                                                  Rizal                              24


                               Revenue Collected (P)     REG'L
                                                         TOTAL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.                        1,820,213.52

                                                         PROV'L
                                                         TOTAL
                                                                  Batangas                   13,637, 141

                                                                  Cavite                        243, 235

                                                                  Laguna                    1,266,378.12

                                                                  Quezon                    3,652,557.23

                                                                  Rizal                      401, 935.92


                                 - Forestry              REG'L               2,832,529.80   2,408,855.60
                                                         TOTAL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.              46,000         19,390

                                                         PROV'L              2,786,529.80   2,389,465.60
                                                         TOTAL
                                                                  Batangas       174, 259       302, 688

                                                                  Cavite          97,150        147, 875

                                                                  Laguna         226, 488    181, 493.10   80%

                                                                  Quezon       2,149,631    1,630,839.50

                                                                  Rizal          139, 002       126, 570   91%




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                                                     January to December 2011

  Program/Projec t/                                                                          Accomplishment
                            Performance Indicators            Office         Target                                   REMARKS
       Activity                                                                                 No.            %
                             - Lands                  REG'L                14,120, 009. 95   17,817, 030. 93
                                                      TOTAL


                                                      REG'L. OFF.              2,000,000      1,382,965.57

                                                      PROV'L               12,120, 009. 95      16,426, 644
                                                      TOTAL


                                                                Batangas       7,218,108     13,291, 153. 04

                                                                Cavite           946, 108           69,390

                                                                Laguna           746, 368       824, 417.39    110%

                                                                Quezon         2,209,426      1,999,267.73

                                                                Rizal          1,000,000        242, 415.92    24%



                              - Protected Areas and REG'L                     734, 799.97       784, 873.55
                           Wildlife                 TOTAL


                                                      REG'L. OFF.                 30,000        399, 935.92
                                                      PROV'L                  704, 799.97       384, 937.63
                                                      TOTAL


                                                                Batangas          14,265            43,300
                                                                Cavite             8,545             25,770
                                                                Laguna           593, 180       260, 467.63    44%
                                                                Quezon            48,810             22,450
                                                                Rizal             40,000            32,950     82%




                             - Others (Unliquidated REG'L
                           Cash Advance)            TOTAL
                                                      REG'L. OFF.
                                                      PROV'L
                                                      TOTAL
                                                                Cavite                                  200              EMS
                                                                Rizal
C. Financial
Management Services
     1.  Accounting        Vouchers/payrolls          REG'L. TOTAL                10,397
         Services          processed and certified
                           (no)
        1.1 Processing
        and certifying
        disbursement
        vouchers as to                                REG'L. OFF.                   3,000             9,081    303%
        the availability
        of funds,                                     PROV'L TOTAL                  7,397
        appropriatene
        ss of
        expenditure,
        legality and                                            Batangas            1,305
        correctness of
        supporting                                              Cavite                986             1,519    154%
        documents
        and account                                             Laguna              1,045             1,179    113%
        codes
        including                                               Quezon              2,861             4,063
        controlof and
        disbursement                                            Rizal               1,200             1,974    165%
        of cash




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                                              January to December 2011

                                                                                          Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity   Performance Indicators        Office         Target                                 REMARKS
                                                                                            No.        %
                              NCA received             REG'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.         80,803, 039    221, 179,742     274%
                                                       PROV'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                Batangas

                                                                Cavite
                                                                Laguna                      23,292, 456

                                                                Quezon                      88,290, 092

                                                                Rizal                        27,860. 86


                              NCA disbursed            REG'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.         80,803, 039    221, 179,742     274%

                                                       PROV'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                Batangas

                                                                Cavite

                                                                Laguna                       8,420,456

                                                                Quezon                   81,994, 652. 61

                                                                Rizal                       27,443, 372



                              NTA received             REG'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.         21,100, 000   77,226, 149. 89

                                                       PROV'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                Batangas

                                                                Cavite                    4,442,248.02

                                                                Laguna                      19,916, 353

                                                                Quezon                      15,406, 932

                                                                Rizal                        16,744. 61



                              NTA disbursed            REG'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                       REG'L. OFF.         21,100, 000   76,835, 383. 66

                                                       PROV'L
                                                       TOTAL

                                                                Batangas
                                                                Cavite                    4,442,248.02
                                                                Laguna                         182, 702
                                                                Quezon                   14,980, 100. 11
                                                                Rizal                        8,753,259




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                                              January to December 2011

                                                                                                 Accomplishment
Program/Projec t/Activity          Performance Indicators             Office        Target                              REMARKS
                                                                                                  No.          %
    1.2 Maintaining and             Summary list of checks      REG'L                   125
    safekeeping the books of        issued                      TOTAL
    original entries, general
    ledgers, and other subsidiary                               REG'L. OFF.              32              60    188%
    records, including verification
    of the correctness and                                      PROV'L                   93
    appropriateness of entries
                                                                TOTAL
    appearing in the reports of
    collections and
    disbursements
                                                                         Batangas        12
                                                                         Cavite          23              24    106%
                                                                         Laguna          12              24    200%
                                                                         Quezon          22              32    145%
                                                                         Rizal           24              24    100%

                                  Transactions posted into      REG'L                  4,395
                                  different books of account    TOTAL
                                  (no)

                                                                REG'L. OFF.            1,700        2,701      159%
                                                                PROV'L                 2,695
                                                                TOTAL

                                                                         Batangas      1,000
                                                                         Cavite          160          254      159%
                                                                         Laguna           24           26      108%
                                                                         Quezon          311          181       58%
                                                                         Rizal         1,200        1,974      165%

                                  Different journals prepared   REG'L                  3,759
                                  (no.)                         TOTAL

                                                                REG'L. OFF.            3,464        3,494      101%

                                                                PROV'L                  295
                                                                TOTAL

                                                                         Batangas        24
                                                                         Cavite          57              78    137%
                                                                         Laguna          60              60    100%
                                                                         Quezon         106             118    111%

                                                                         Rizal           48              48    100%

                                  Bank Statement with agency REG'L                      277
                                  book balance reconciled (no) TOTAL

                                                                REG'L. OFF.              84             103    123%

                                                                PROV'L                  193
                                                                TOTAL

                                                                         Batangas        26
                                                                         Cavite          22              34    155%
                                                                         Laguna          24              24    100%
                                                                         Quezon          37              43    116%
                                                                         Rizal           84              84    100%

                                  Report of ageing accounts     REG'L                    62
                                  receivable and payable        TOTAL
                                  submitted (no)

                                                                REG'L. OFF.              24              24    100%

                                                                PROV'L                   38
                                                                TOTAL

                                                                         Batangas            6
                                                                         Cavite
                                                                         Laguna          24              24    100%

                                                                         Quezon
                                                                         Rizal               8            4     50%



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                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                 January to December 2011

                                                                                            Accomplishment
 Program/Projec t/Activity      Performance Indicators           Office       Target                            REMARKS
                                                                                             No.         %
          1.3 Handling of    Tax remittance Advice       REG'L                     288
         remittances to      prepared (no.)              TOTAL
         various
         government and                                  REG'L. OFF.                   46          47    102%
         non-government
         agencies                                        PROV'L                    242
                                                         TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas         36             47    135%
                                                                   Cavite           36
                                                                   Laguna           48             48    100%
                                                                   Quezon           26             81    312%
                                                                   Rizal            96             96    100%
                             Deductions remitted to      REG'L                   2,512
                             concerned Office (no)       TOTAL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.             1,700        1,748      103%

                                                         PROV'L                    812
                                                         TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas        108
                                                                   Cavite          223             302   131%
                                                                   Laguna          156             156   100%
                                                                   Quezon          205             216   105%
                                                                   Rizal           120             120   100%
                             Certificate of deductions   REG'L                   1,458
                             issued (no.)                TOTAL

                                                         REG'L. OFF.               750        1,137      152%

                                                         PROV'L                    708
                                                         TOTAL
                                                                   Batangas            60
                                                                   Cavite
                                                                   Laguna          100             113   113%
                                                                   Quezon          428             108    25%
                                                                   Rizal           120             120   100%

         1.4 Checking and Ledger card maintained and REG'L                         435
         review of physical updated (no)             TOTAL
         inventory of fixed
         assets, office
         supplies, and                               REG'L. OFF.                   250             807   323%
         other inventory
         items                                       PROV'L                        185
                                                     TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas            92
                                                                   Cavite                          12
                                                                   Laguna              12          24    200%
                                                                   Quezon              21          158   752%
                                                                   Rizal               60           60   100%


         1.5 Preparing       Monthly Statement of        REG'L                         41
         consolidated        Charges to Accounts         TOTAL
         agency financial    Payable submitted (no)
         statements


                                                         REG'L. OFF.                   12          12    100%
                                                         PROV'L                        29
                                                         TOTAL

                                                                   Batangas            1
                                                                   Cavite
                                                                   Laguna              24          24    100%
                                                                   Quezon                           1

                                                                   Rizal               4            4    100%




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                                                   January to December 2011


     Program/Projec t/                                                                        Accomplishment
                             Performance Indicators             Office          Target                                 REMARKS
          Activity
                                                                                               No.         %
                         Report of Trial Balance          REG'L                      244
                         submitted (no)                   TOTAL

                                                          REG'L. OFF.                112
                                                          PROV'L                     132
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                    Batangas             12
                                                                    Cavite               22          22    100%
                                                                    Laguna               24          33    138%
                                                                    Quezon               62          27     44%
                                                                    Rizal                12          10     83%

                         Statement of Accounts Payable    REG'L                          37
                         submitted (no)                   TOTAL

                                                          REG'L. OFF.                    4            4    100%

                                                          PROV'L                         33
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                    Batangas             1
                                                                    Cavite
                                                                    Laguna               24          24    100%
                                                                    Quezon                7           1     14%
                                                                    Rizal                 1           1    100%

                         Financial Statements submitted REG'L                        552
                         (no)                           TOTAL

                                                          REG'L. OFF.                330             404   122%

                                                          PROV'L                     222
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                    Batangas             12
                                                                    Cavite               55          57    104%
                                                                    Laguna               72          72    100%
                                                                    Quezon               71          46     65%
                                                                    Rizal                12          12    100%

2.    Budgeting Services
          2.1 Budget Regional Financial Plan
          Execution      prepared and submitted (no)
                                                          REG'L. OFF.                    1            1    100%


           2.2 Budget    Regional Office Budget
           Authorization Proposals prepared and
                         submitted (no)
                                                          REG'L. OFF.                    1            1    100%




           2.3 Budget     Obligation Request (OR) certified REG'L                  9,341
           Accountability as to availability of funds (no)  TOTAL


                                                          REG'L. OFF.              2,800        4,601      164%

                                                          PROV'L                   6,541
                                                          TOTAL

                                                                    Batangas         850

                                                                    Cavite           931        1,551      167%
                                                                    Laguna         1,107        1,468      133%

                                                                    Quezon         2,453        2,986      122%
                                                                    Rizal          1,200        1,974      165%



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                                                      Physical Accompl ishment
                                                     January to December 2011


                                                                                                     Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity           Performance Indicators              Office       Target                               REMARKS
                                                                                                       No.         %
                                    Statement of Allotment,      REG'L                      101
                                    Obligations and balance      TOTAL
                                    prepared and submitted
                                    (no)                         REG'L. OFF.                    8            36    450%

                                                                 PROV'L                         93
                                                                 TOTAL

                                                                            Batangas            14
                                                                            Cavite              22           22    100%
                                                                            Laguna              12           24    200%
                                                                            Quezon              30           128   427%
                                                                            Rizal               15           20    133%


                                    Registry of Allotment and    REG'L                      408
                                    Obligation prepared and      TOTAL
                                    submitted (no)               REG'L. OFF.                240              408   170%
                                                                 PROV'L                     168
                                                                 TOTAL

                                                                            Batangas            18
                                                                            Cavite              12           12    100%
                                                                            Laguna              12           24    200%
                                                                            Quezon              94           106   113%
                                                                            Rizal               32           231   721%


                                    Quarterly Financial Report of REG'L                         46
                                    Operations submitted (no)     TOTAL

                                                                 REG'L. OFF.                    8            12    150%


                                                                 PROV'L                         38
                                                                 TOTAL


                                                                            Batangas            14
                                                                            Cavite              4             4    100%
                                                                            Laguna              4             8    200%
                                                                            Quezon              12           64           monthly
                                                                            Rizal               4             4    100%



                                    Annual Financial Report of   REG'L.                         2             3    150%
                                    Operations submitted (no)    OFF.
                                    (Closing of Book)



Completion of Office                                             REG’L
Buildings                                                        TOTAL

      -completion of CENR                                                   Quezon
      Catanauan
      -completion of CENRO                                                  Quezon
      Real
      -completion of 3rd floor of                                            Rizal
      CENRO Antipolo




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                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                  January to December 2011


                                                                                                    Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity       Performance Indicators                 Office       Target                               REMARKS
                                                                                                      No.          %
A.I.a.2. Human Resources
Development

    1. Conduct and              Training programs conducted REG'L TOTAL                        2              3    150%
    coordination of various     (no)
    Human Resource
                                                                REG’L OFFIC E                  2              3    150%
    Intervention Program




                                Training programs               REG'L                          12            25    208%          Include
                                coordinated (no)                TOTAL                                                        workshops,
                                                                                                                           meetings, etc.
                                                                REG'L. OFF.                    12            25    208%



                                Training program monitored REG'L                               4              4    100%
                                and evaluated (no)         TOTAL

                                                                REG'L.                         4              4    100%
                                                                OFF.



    2. Endorsement of Local     Local and Foreign           REG'L                              4              6    150%
    and Foreign Scholarship     Scholarship applications    TOTAL
    applications                processed and endorsed (no)
                                                                REG'L. OFF.                    4              6    150%




    3. Maintenance of HR        Training materials developed REG'L                             8             12    150%
    database                    and maintained (no)          TOTAL
                                                                REG'L.                         8             12    150%
                                                                OFF.



                                Personnel profiles for PIS      REG'L                      100              171    171%
                                maintained (no)                 TOTAL

                                                                REG'L.                     100              171    171%
                                                                OFF


                                Updates issued (no)             REG'L                          12            12    100%
                                                                TOTAL
                                                                REG'L.                         12            12    100%
                                                                OFF
A. II.a. Formulation an d
monitoring of ENR sector
policies, plans, programs, and
proje cts
      1. Coordination,           FY 2011 Physical and           REG’L      REG’L               6              6    100%
      formulation and            Financial Plans prepared and   TOTAL      TOTAL
      integration of plans,      submitted (no)
      programs, and activities,                                 REG’L      REG’L               1              1    100%
      for the short-term, medium                                OFFICE     OFFICE
      term, and long-term                                       PROV’L                         5              5    100%
      horizon including the                                     TOTAL
      review and updating of                                               Batangas            1              1    100%
      existing plans
                                                                           Cavite              1              1    100%

                                                                           Laguna              1              1    100%

                                                                           Quezon              1              1    100%
                                                                           Rizal               1              1    100%




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                                             Support to Operations

                                                          Tabl e V-2
                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                 January to December 2011

                                                                                                Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity        Performance Indicators            Office       Target                            REMARKS
                                                                                                  No.        %
A. II.a. Formulation an d
monitoring of ENR sector
policies, plans, programs, and
proje cts
      1. Coordination,           FY 2012 Work targets/       REG’L TOTAL                   6            6    100%
      formulation and            budget proposals prepared
      integration of plans,      and submitted (no)
      programs, and activities,                              REG’L OFFIC E                 1            1    100%
      for the short-term, medium
      term, and long-term
                                                             PROV’L                        5            5    100%
      horizon including the
                                                             TOTAL
      review and updating of
      existing plans                                                   Batangas            1            1    100%

                                                                       Cavite              1            1    100%
                                                                       Laguna              1            1    100%
                                                                       Quezon              1            1    100%
                                                                       Rizal               1            1    100%

                                 Medium-term plan prepared REG’L                           6            6    100%
                                 (no)                      TOTAL

                                                             REG’L OFFIC E                 1            1    100%

                                                             PROV’L                        5            5    100%
                                                             TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas            1            1    100%
                                                                       Cavite              1            1    100%
                                                                       Laguna              1            1    100%
                                                                       Quezon              1            1    100%
                                                                       Rizal               1            1    100%


                                 Meetings/consultations      REG’L                         4
                                 conducted (no)              TOTAL
                                                             REG’L                         4
                                                             OFFICE


      2. Monitor and evaluate   Validation of programs/      REG’L                         38
      implementation of ENR     projects accomplishments     TOTAL
      programs and projects     conducted (no)
      including compliance with                              REG’L                         8
      ENR policies and                                       OFFICE
      agreements
                                                             PROV’L                        30
                                                             TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas            6
                                                                       Cavite               4
                                                                       Laguna               4            4   100%
                                                                       Quezon              12           12   100%
                                                                       Rizal               4            4    100%


                                 Monthly/semi-annual and     REG’L                     160
                                 annual reports prepared and TOTAL
                                 submitted (no)
                                                             REG’L                         14
                                                             OFFICE
                                                             PROV’L                    146
                                                             TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas            30           12   40%
                                                                       Cavite              20
                                                                       Laguna              16           28   175%
                                                                       Quezon              60           72   120%
                                                                       Rizal               20           20   100%




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                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                 January to December 2011


                                                                                                  Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity      Performance Indicators                Office       Target                               REMARKS
                                                                                                    No.          %
A.II.a. Formulation and
monitoring of ENR sector
policies, plans, programs, and
proje cts
     2. Monitor and evaluate   Annual reports prepared and     REG’L                         11            11    100%
     implementation of ENR     distributed (no)                TOTAL
     programs and projects                                     REG’L                         1              1    100%
     including compliance with                                 OFFICE
     ENR policies and                                          PROV’L                        5              5    100%
     agreement                                                 TOTAL
                                                                         Batangas            1              1    100%
                                                                         Cavite              1              1    100%
                                                                         Laguna              1              1    100%
                                                                         Quezon              1              1    100%
                                                                         Rizal               1              1    100%


A.II.b. Data Management
Including Systems
Development an d
Maintenance
     1. Development and        ENR database maintained         REG’L                         6              6    100%
     maintenance of            (no)                            TOTAL
     management information                                    REG’L                         1              1    100%
     systems                                                   OFFICE
                                                               PROV’L                        5              5    100%
                                                               TOTAL
                                                                         Batangas            1              1    100%
                                                                         Cavite              1              1    100%
                                                                         Laguna              1              1    100%
                                                                         Quezon              1              1    100%
                                                                         Rizal               1              1    100%


                               Region’s website managed        REG’L                         1              1    100%
                               and maintained (no)             TOTAL
                                                               REG’L                         1              1    100%
                                                               OFFICE


                               Local Area Network              REG’L                         1              1    100%
                               Maintained (no)                 TOTAL
                                                               REG’L                         1              1    100%
                                                               OFFICE
                                                                                             1              1    100%
                               Technical assistance to         REG’L
                               offices on matters related to   TOTAL
                               information technology
                               provided (no)
                                                               REG’L
                                                               OFFICE

    2. Generate latest statistics ENR profile updated,        REG’L                          16
    and information on ENR- information materials             TOTAL
    related concerns              (essential statistics)
                                  packaged and published (no)
                                                              REG’L                          1
                                                              OFFICE
                                                              PROV’L                         15
                                                              TOTAL
                                                                         Batangas            3              1     33%
                                                                         Cavite              2
                                                                         Laguna              2
                                                                         Quezon              6              6    100%
                                                                         Rizal               2              2    100%




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                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                 January to December 2011

                                                                                                Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity       Performance Indicators             Office       Target                            REMARKS
                                                                                                  No.        %
A.II.b. Data Management
Including Systems
Development an d
Maintenance
     2. Generate latest statistics Latest ENR statistics     REG’L                         20           20   100%
     and information on ENR- prepared and disseminated       TOTAL
     related concerns              (no. of copy)
                                                             REG’L                         20           20   100%
                                                             OFFICE

                                Statistical reports reviewed, REG’L                        64           64   100%
                                consolidated and submitted TOTAL
                                (no)
                                                              REG’L
                                                              OFFICE
                                                              PROV’L                       64           64   100%
                                                              TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas            12           12   100%
                                                                       Cavite              12           12   100%

                                                                       Laguna              12           12   100%
                                                                       Quezon              16           16   100%
                                                                       Rizal               12           12   100%


                                Assessment/workshop          REG’L                         5            5    100%
                                attended (no)                TOTAL
                                                             REG’L                         5            5    100%
                                                             OFFICE

A.II.c. Production and
dissemination of technical
and popular materials in
conservation and
development of natural
resources including
environmental education
     1. Conduct information,    Development and production REG’L
     education, and             of IEC materials           TOTAL
     communication activities
                                -designed and developed (no) REG’L                         4
                                                             TOTAL
                                                             REG’L                         4
                                                             OFFICE

                                -IEC materials distributed   REG’L
                                (no. of copies)              TOTAL
                                                             REG’L                   1,000          2,326    233%
                                                             OFFICE
                                                             PROV’L
                                                             TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas                         7

                                                                       Cavite
                                                                       Laguna
                                                                       Quezon
                                                                       Rizal


                                News/features articles       REG’L
                                posted via website (no)      TOTAL
                                                             REG’L                         12           38   317%
                                                             OFFICE
                                                             PROV’L
                                                             TOTAL
                                                                       Batangas
                                                                       Cavite
                                                                       Laguna
                                                                       Quezon
                                                                       Rizal




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                                                  Physical Accompl ishment
                                                 January to December 2011

                                                                                                   Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity       Performance Indicators                Office       Target                            REMARKS
                                                                                                     No.       %
A.II.c. Production and
dissemination of technical
and popular materials in
conservation and
development of natural
resources including
environmental education
     1. Conduct information,    Press releases published in     REG’L                         33
     education, and             print/media (no)                TOTAL
     communication activities                                   REG’L                         5          42    840%
                                                                OFFICE
                                                                PROV’L                        28
                                                                TOTAL
                                                                          Batangas            6           4     67%
                                                                          Cavite              6          12
                                                                          Laguna              4
                                                                          Quezon              8           8    100%
                                                                          Rizal               4           4    100%

                                Exhibits to showcase ENR        REG’L                         28
                                programs and successes          TOTAL
                                installed/participated (no)
                                                                REG’L                         3
                                                                OFFICE
                                                                PROV’L                        25
                                                                TOTAL
                                                                          Batangas            8           6     75%
                                                                          Cavite              4
                                                                          Laguna              2
                                                                          Quezon              8           8    100%
                                                                          Rizal               3           3    100%

                                People’s Day conducted (no) REG’L                             5           5    100%
                                                            TOTAL
                                                            REG’L
                                                            OFFICE
                                                            PROV’L                            5           5    100%
                                                            TOTAL
                                                                          Batangas            1           1    100%
                                                                          Cavite              1           1    100%
                                                                          Laguna              1           1    100%
                                                                          Quezon              1           1    100%
                                                                          Rizal               1           1    100%

                                Airing of local broadcast (no) REG’L                          22
                                                               TOTAL
                                                               REG’L                          3
                                                               OFFICE
                                                               PROV’L                         19
                                                               TOTAL
                                                                          Batangas            4
                                                                          Cavite
                                                                          Laguna               3
                                                                          Quezon              12         12    100%
                                                                          Rizal

                                Lectures on environmental       REG’L                         37
                                education conducted (no)        TOTAL
                                                                REG’L                         1
                                                                OFFICE
                                                                PROV’L                        36
                                                                TOTAL
                                                                          Batangas             8         17    212%
                                                                          Cavite               4          9    225%
                                                                          Laguna              10
                                                                          Quezon              10         17    170%
                                                                          Rizal                4          4    100%

                                Monitoring of issues            REG’L
                                (newspaper subscribed (no)      TOTAL
                                                                REG’L
                                                                OFFICE




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                                                   Physical Accompl ishment
                                                  January to December 2011

                                                                                            Accomplishment
  Program/Projec t/Activity        Performance Indicators            Office   Target                          REMARKS
                                                                                              No.       %
A.II.d. Lega l Services,
including unlaw ful titling of
public land
     1. Investigate complaints Investigation conducted (no) REG’L                                  1
     on conflicting NR use and                              TOTAL
     against personnel
                                                            REG’L
                                                            OFFICE

                                 Public hearings conducted     REG’L
                                 (no)                          TOTAL
                                                               REG’L
                                                               OFFICE


                                 Pre-charge/suspension order REG’L                                 2
                                 prepared (no)               TOTAL
                                                             REG’L
                                                             OFFICE

      2. Resolve out-of-court    Final draft of resolutions/  REG’L                    25         24    96%
      cases/complaints           order/decision prepared (no) OFFICE

                                 Interlocutory orders prepared REG’L                   20         52   260%
                                 (no)                          OFFICE

                                 a. Verification and ocular    REG’L                   10
                                 inspection conducted (no)     OFFICE
                                 b. Order (MR) prepared (no)   REG’L                   10
                                                               OFFICE


                                 ENR-related cases             REG’L
                                 inventoried and acted upon    OFFICE
                                 (no)

                                 Draft complaints forwarded    REG’L
                                 to OSG                        OFFICE

      3. Represent DENR as      Court pleadings prepared       REG’L                               8
      Counsel in court hearings (no)                           OFFICE
      involving ENR cases

                                 Court appearances made (no) REG’L                                 3
                                                             OFFICE

      4. Pro vide legal advise and Legal opinions rendered (no) REG’L                             24
      assistance to the RED/                                    OFFICE
      RTD’s/PENRO’s/CENRO’s

                                 Cases reviewed/evaluated      REG’L                             200
                                 (no)                          OFFICE

                                 Evaluation and review         REG’L                   55         10    18%
                                 contracts/agreements,         OFFICE
                                 permits, etc (no)




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                                                               Table V-3
                                                       Physical Accomplishment
                                                     ( January to December 2011 )

                                                                                                       Accom-
 Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs          UWM            Province/Municipality     Targets               %           Remarks
                                                                                                      plishment

A.III.a.1 Management of
          For estlands and
          For est Res our ces
    1.    Operation/             1   1.2
          Maintenance of
          Forest Information
          System (FIS)
           - Database            3   3.1    FIS Datasets         REGIONAL TOTAL                  13         13    100%
             Component                      maintained and
                                                                 Regional Office                  1          1    100%
                                            updated (no)
                                                                 PROV'L TOTAL                    12         12    100%
                                                                   Batangas                       3          3    100%
                                                                      PENRO                       1          1    100%
                                                                      Batangas City               1          1    100%
                                                                      Calaca                      1          1    100%
                                                                   Cavite                         1          1    100%
                                                                      PENRO                       1          1    100%
                                                                   Laguna                         1          1    100%
                                                                      Los Banos                   1          1    100%
                                                                   Quezon                         6          6    100%
                                                                      PENRO                       1          1    100%
                                                                      Real                        1          1    100%
                                                                      Pagbilao                    1          1    100%
                                                                      Gumaca                      1          1    100%
                                                                      Calauag                     1          1    100%
                                                                      Catanauan                   1          1    100%
                                                                   Rizal                          1          1    100%
                                                                      Antipolo City               1          1    100%
           - GIS                            Maps digitized and   Regional Office                 25 25            100%
             Component                      geo-referenced
                                            maintained and
                                            updated (no)
    2.    Generation of
          Forestry Statistics

          2.1 Implementati       1   1.2    FSR S report       REGIONAL TOTAL                   124        135    109%
              on of Forestry                prepared/submitted
                                                               Regional Office                    4          3     75% the RO
              Statis tical                  (no)
                                                                                                                       Consolidated
              Reporting                                        PROV'L TOTAL                     120        132    110%
                                                                                                                       report shall be
              System (FSRS)
                                                                   Batangas                      24         24    100% submitted on a
                                                                                                                       quarterly basis to
                                                                      Batangas City              12         12    100%
                                                                                                                       FMB on or before
                                                                      Calaca                     12         12    100% the 20th of the
                                                                                                                       succeeding month
                                                                   Cavite                        12         12    100%
                                                                                                                       of the next quarter
                                                                      Trece Martirez City        12         12    100% (Jan. 20, 2012)
                                                                   Laguna                        12         12    100%
                                                                      Los Banos                  12         12    100%
                                                                   Quezon                       600         30    100%
                                                                      PENRO                                 12           consolidated penro
                                                                                                                         report
                                                                      Real                       12         12    100%
                                                                      Pagbilao                   12         12    100%
                                                                      Gumaca                     12         12    100%
                                                                      Calauag                    12         12    100%
                                                                      Catanauan                  12         12    100%
                                                                   Rizal                         12         12    100%
                                                                      Antipolo City              12         12    100%


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                                                                                                      Accom-
   Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality     Targets               %          Remarks
                                                                                                      plishment
           2.2 Price Monitoring                                 REGIONAL TOTAL                  132        143    108%
               of selected                                      Regional Office                  12         11     92% the RO
               forest
               products                                         PROV'L TOTAL                     60         60    100% Consolidated
                                                                                                                       report shall be
                                                                   Batangas                      24         24    100% submitted to FMB
                                                                      Batangas City              12         12    100% on or before the
                                                                                                                       30th of January
                                                                      Calaca                     12         12    100% 2012.
                                                                   Cavite                        12         12    100%
                                                                      Trece Martirez City        12         12    100%
                                                                   Laguna                        12         12    100%
                                                                      Los Banos                  12         12    100%
                                                                   Quezon                        30         30    100%
                                                                      PENRO                                 12         consolidated
                                                                      Real                       12         12    100% penro report
                                                                      Pagbilao                   12         12    100%
                                                                      Gumaca                     12         12    100%
                                                                      Calauag                    12         12    100%
                                                                      Catanauan                  12         12    100%
                                                                   Rizal                         12         12    100%
                                                                      Antipolo City              12         12    100%
      3.   Forest Products
           Utilization
           3.1 Evaluation of       2    2.3   Applications      REGIONAL TOTAL                  100        101    101%
               Applications                   processed with
                                                                PROV'L TOTAL                    100        101    101%
               and issuance of                final action
               permits for the                (no.)                Batangas                      20         20    100%
               extraction,                                            Batangas City              10         10    100%
               utilization of
               forest products/                                       Calaca                     10         10    100%
               resources                                           Cavite                        14         14    100%
                                                                      Trece Martirez City
                                                                   Laguna                        30         30    100%
                                                                      Los Banos
                                                                   Quezon                         6          7    117%
                                                                      Real
                                                                      Pagbilao                    5          6    120%
                                                                      Gumaca
                                                                      Calauag
                                                                      Catanauan                   1          1    100%
                                                                   Rizal                         30         30    100%
                                                                      Antipolo City
                                              Permits issued    Regional Office                 100         49     49% Low
                                              (no.)                                                                    accomplishment
                                                                                                                       due to strict
                                                                                                                       implementation of
                                                                                                                       E.O. No. 23 results
                                                                                                                       for the luck of
                                                                                                                       Source of Lumber
                                                                                                                       Supply Contract in
                                                                                                                       which one of the
                                                                                                                       req. for issuance of
                                                                                                                       permit.
           3.2 Review,             1    1.5
               assessment and                 Tenurial instrument REGIONAL TOTAL                 11         11    100%
               monitoring of
                                              (TI) holders
               compliance to                                      Regional Office                 3          3    100% 2 FLGMA, 1 PFDA
                                              monitored
               agreements,                                        PROV'L TOTAL                    8          8    100%
               permits
                                                - IFMA     -2      Quezon                         7          7    100%
                                                - SIFMA - 3           Catanauan                   5          5    100% 2 IFMA, 3 SIFMA
                                                - PFDA - 1            Calauag                     1          1    100% AGM Ventures
                                                - FLGMA - 1           Pagbilao                    1          1    100% Interwood
                                                - FLGMA - 1        Rizal                          1          1    100% So. Daan, Brgy.
                                                                                                                       Palaman Jala-jala,
                                                                                                                       Rizal




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                                                                                                  Accom-
 Program/Activity/Project    MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality     Targets               %          Remarks
                                                                                                 plishment
                                             Permittees   REGIONAL TOTAL                   282        282    100%
                                             monitored    Regional Office
                                             (no) with
                                             findings and PROV'L TOTAL                     282        282    100%
                                             recommend      Batangas                        58          58   100%
                                             ations
                                                               PENRO
                                                                 Batangas City              29          29   100%
                                                                 Calaca                     29          29   100%
                                                              Cavite                        50          50   100%
                                                                 PENRO
                                                                 Trece Martirez City
                                                              Laguna                        75          75   100%
                                                                 PENRO
                                                                 Los Banos
                                                              Quezon                        22          22   100%
                                                                 PENRO                       9           9   100%
                                                                 Real                        2           2   100%
                                                                 Pagbilao                   10          10   100%
                                                                 Gumaca
                                                                 Calauag                     1           1   100%
                                                              Rizal                         77          77   100%
                                                                 PENRO
                                                                 Antipolo City
         3.3 Collection of               Revenue report     REGIONAL TOTAL                 132        131     99% Total Collection of
             fees/revenues               prepared and                                                             P2,408,855.60
             from forestry               submitted
                                                            Regional Office                 12          11    92% the RO
             permits/                    (no)
             agreements                                     PROV'L TOTAL                   120        120    100% Consolidated
                                                                                                                  report shall be
             and other
                                                                                                                  submitted to FMB
             sources
                                                                                                                  on or before the
                                                                                                                  30th of Jan. 2012
                                                              Batangas                      24          24   100% Php 302,688.00
                                                                 Batangas City              12          12   100%
                                                                 Calaca                     12          12   100%
                                                              Cavite                        12          12   100% Php 147,875.00
                                                                 Trece Martirez City        12          12   100%
                                                              Laguna                        12          12   100% Php 181,493.10
                                                                 Los Banos                  12          12   100%
                                                              Quezon                        30          30   100% Php 1,630,839.50
                                                                 Real                       12          12   100% Php 410,622.00
                                                                 Pagbilao                   12          12   100% Php 168,687.00
                                                                 Gumaca                     12          12   100% Php 255,604.00
                                                                 Calauag                    12          12   100% Php 441,041.00
                                                                 Catanauan                  12          12   100% Php 354,885.00
                                                              Rizal                         12          12   100% Php 126,570.00
                                                                 Antipolo City              12          12   100%
    4.   National Greening               MOA forged in      REGIONAL TOTAL                 125        137    137%
         Program                         support to NGP     Regional Office                  4          5    125%
                                         (no)
                                                            PROV'L TOTAL                   121        132    109%
                                                              Batangas                      24           1     8%
                                                                 Batangas City              12          12   100%
                                                                 Calaca                     12          13   108%
                                                              Cavite                        12          13   108%
                                                                 Trece Martirez City
                                                              Laguna                        13          17   131%
                                                                 Los Banos
                                                              Quezon                        60          65   108%
                                                                 Real                       12          17   142%
                                                                 Pagbilao                   12          12   100%
                                                                 Gumaca                     12          12   100%


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    Program/Activity/Project      MFOs   OVIs          UWM         Province/ Municipality     Targets               %      Remarks
                                                                                                        plishment
                                                                        Calauag                    12          12   100%
                                                                        Catanauan                  12          12   100%
                                                                     Rizal                         12          12   100%
                                                                        Antipolo City
        4.1 Provision of             1   1.4
            technical
            assistance for ENR
            services to other
            government
            agencies, LGUs,
            IP's, private
            individuals and
            concerned
            stakeholders
                Urban Forestry                  LGUs/NGAs/other    REGIONAL TOTAL                  79          93   118%
                Program                         entities           Regional Office                  4           4   100%
                planting site                   coordinated
                and species                     (no)               PROV'L TOTAL                    75          89   119%
                selection,                                           Batangas                       6           8   133%
                maintenance
                of mini-forest,                                         Batangas City               3           3   100%
                provision of                                            Calaca                      3           5   167%
                planting
                                                                     Cavite                         4           8 200%
                stocks, IEC
                lectures on                                          Laguna                        10          10   100%
                ENRM
                                                                        Los Banos
                                                                     Quezon                        43          51   119%
                                                                        PENRO                       8           8   100%
                                                                        Real                        7          13   186%
                                                                        Pagbilao                    7           7   100%
                                                                        Gumaca                      7           7   100%
                                                                        Calauag                     7           7   100%
                                                                        Catanauan                   7           7   100%
                                                                     Rizal                         12          12   100%
                                                                        Antipolo City
                Meetings                        Meetings           Regional Office                  7           7   100%
                conducted                       conducted (no.)
                                                documentation
                                                report submitted
                                                (no.)
                TREES Program                   Schools assisted   REGIONAL TOTAL                  68          76   112%
                planting site                   (no)               PROV'L TOTAL                    68          76   112%
                and species
                selection,                                           Batangas                       8           8   100%
                provision of                                            Batangas City               4           4   100%
                planting
                stocks, IEC,                                            Calaca                      4           4   100%
                lecture on                                           Cavite                         4           6   150%
                ENRM
                                                                        Trece Martirez City
                                                                     Laguna                         4           7   175%
                                                                        Los Banos
                                                                     Quezon                        40          43   108%
                                                                        PENRO                       5           5   100%
                                                                        Real                        7          10   143%
                                                                        Pagbilao                    7           7   100%
                                                                        Gumaca                      7           7   100%
                                                                        Calauag                     7           7   100%
                                                                        Catanauan                   7           7   100%
                                                                     Rizal                         12          12   100%
                                                                        Antipolo City
            Implementation of                   Certificate of      REGIONAL TOTAL                 54          82   152%
            Private Land                        Registration issued PROV'L TOTAL                   54          82   152%
            Plantations                         (no)
            Program                                                   Batangas                      6          29   483%
                                                                        Batangas City               3          11   367%
                                                                        Calaca                      3          18   600%



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  Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality     Targets               %       Remarks
                                                                                                     plishment
                                                                  Cavite                         6          8    133%
                                                                     Trece Martirez City
                                                                  Laguna                         8         11    138%
                                                                     PENRO
                                                                     Los Banos
                                                                  Quezon                        24         24    100%
                                                                     PENRO
                                                                     Real                        2          2    100%
                                                                     Pagbilao                    7          7    100%
                                                                     Gumaca                      5          5    100%
                                                                     Calauag                     3          3    100%
                                                                     Catanauan                   7          7    100%
                                                                  Rizal                         10         10    100%
                                                                     Antipolo City
                                             Private Land Tree REGIONAL TOTAL                   11         11    100%
                                             Plantation
                                                                Regional Office                  1          1    100%
                                             Information System
                                             implemented        PROV'L TOTAL                    10         10    100%
                                             (no)                 Batangas                       2          2    100%
                                                                     Batangas City               1          1    100%
                                                                     Calaca                      1          1    100%
                                                                  Cavite                         1          1    100%
                                                                     Trece Martirez City         1          1    100%
                                                                  Laguna                         1          1    100%
                                                                     Los Banos                   1          1    100%
                                                                  Quezon                         5          5    100%
                                                                     Real                        1          1    100%
                                                                     Pagbilao                    1          1    100%
                                                                     Gumaca                      1          1    100%
                                                                     Calauag                     1          1    100%
                                                                     Catanauan                   1          1    100%
                                                                  Rizal                          1          1    100%
                                                                     Antipolo City               1          1    100%
   5.    Other Activities
             Verification and                Certification issued REGIONAL TOTAL               200        486    243%
             Certification of                (no.) for 50 ha and Regional Office                          134
             legal status of                 below
             lands and                                            PROV'L TOTAL                 200        352    176%
             claims                                               Batangas                      40         68    170%
                                                                     Batangas City              20         40    200%
                                                                     Calaca                     20         28    140%
                                                                  Cavite                        36         54    150%
                                                                     Trece Martirez City
                                                                  Laguna                        36         42    117%
                                                                     Los Banos
                                                                  Quezon                        52         53    102%
                                                                     Real                       10         10    100%
                                                                     Pagbilao                   10         10    100%
                                                                     Gumaca                     10         10    100%
                                                                     Calauag                    10         10    100%
                                                                     Catanauan                  12         13    108%
                                                                  Rizal                         36        135    375%
                                                                     Antipolo City
A.III.a.2 For est Devel opment
         1   Maintenance                     established        REGIONAL TOTAL               1,304      1,337    103%
             and protection                  plantations        PROV'L TOTAL                 1,304      1,337    103%
             of established                  maintained &
             plantations                     protected            Batangas                     193        193    100%
                                             (has)                   Batangas City              94         94    100%
                                                                     Calaca                     99         99    100%


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                                                                                                    Accom-
   Program/Activity/Project      MFOs OVIs         UWM         Province/ Municipality     Targets                %         Remarks
                                                                                                    plishment
                                                                 Cavite                         5         55    100%
                                                                    Trece Martirez City
                                                                 Laguna                       190        190    100%
                                                                    Los Banos
                                                                 Quezon                       564        597    106%
                                                                    PENRO                                105
                                                                    Real                                  76
                                                                    Pagbilao                             241
                                                                    Gumaca                                12
                                                                    Calauag                              158
                                                                    Catanauan                              5
                                                                 Rizal                        302        302    100%
                                                                    Antipolo City


         A. 2-year old                       area maintained   REGIONAL TOTAL                 301        278     92% Pls. rectify targets,
            planted seedlings                and protected                                                           per actual area
                                             (has.)                                                                  estab last year
            1. (Reforestation)                                 PROV'L TOTAL                   301        278     92%

                                                                 Laguna                        25        25     100% Brgy. Cueva, Sta.
                                                                                                                     Maria, Laguna
                                                                    Los Banos
                                                                 Quezon                       228        205     90% actual area estab.
                                                                                                                     last year was only
                                                                    PENRO                                105
                                                                                                                     205 hectares
                                                                    Real                                             under refo
                                                                    Pagbilao                              20         scheme and the
                                                                                                                     remaining was
                                                                    Gumaca                                           accomp. Under
                                                                    Calauag                               80         ANR/Strembank/
                                                                                                                     Mangrove.
                                                                    Catanauan
                                                                 Rizal                         48         48    100%
                                                                    Antipolo City
            2. (ANR/                         area maintained   REGIONAL TOTAL                  79        194    246%
            Streambank/                      and protected
                                                               PROV'L TOTAL                    79        194    246%
            Mangrove)                        (has.)
                                                                 Batangas                      35         35    100%
                                                                    Batangas City              15         15    100% 15ANR in Sawang,
                                                                                                                     Lobo
                                                                 Laguna                        25         25    100%
                                                                    Los Banos
                                                                 Quezon                        59        115    195%
                                                                    Real                                   5
                                                                    Pagbilao                              95
                                                                    Gumaca                                 5
                                                                    Calauag                                5
                                                                    Catanauan                              5
                                                                 Rizal                         14         14    100%
                                                                    Antipolo City
         B. 3-year old                       area maintained   PROV'L TOTAL                   535        535    100% continuous
            planted                          and protected                                                           monitoring,
                                                                 Batangas                     126        126    100%
            seedlings                        (has)                                                                   supervision and
                                                                                                                     protection of
            1. (Reforestation)                                      Batangas    City           60         60    100%
                                                                                                                     plantation
                                                                    Calaca                     66         66    100%
                                                                 Cavite                        34         34    100%
                                                                 Laguna                        95         95    100%
                                                                    Los Banos                  95         95    100%
                                                                 Quezon                       130        130    100%
                                                                    Real                       50         50    100%
                                                                    Gumaca                      7          7    100%
                                                                    Calauag                    73         73    100%
                                                                 Rizal                        150        150    100%
                                                                    Antipolo City             150        150    100%



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 Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs          UWM          Province/ Municipality      Targets                %         Remarks
                                                                                                      plishment
            2. (ANR/                        area maintained     PROV'L TOTAL                    330        330    100% continuous
            Streambank/                     and protected                                                              monitoring,
                                                                  Batangas                       32         32    100%
                                            (has)                                                                      supervision and
                                                                     Batangas City               19         19    100% protection of
                                                                                                                       plantation
                                                                     Calaca                      13         13    100%
                                                                  Cavite                         16         16    100%
                                                                     Trece Martirez City         16         16    100%
                                                                  Laguna                         45         45    100%
                                                                     Los Banos                   45         45    100%
                                                                  Quezon                        147        147    100%
                                                                     Real                        21         21    100%
                                                                     Pagbilao                   126        126    100%
                                                                  Rizal                          90         90    100%
                                                                     Antipolo City               90         90    100%
  2. Rehabilitation of
     Nurseri es/Facilities
         1 Clonal Nursery                   Facility              Regional Office                 1          1    100% Improvements–
                                            rehabilitated and                                                          construction of
                                            maintained (no)          Malicboy,                                         perimeter fence
                                                                     Pagbilao, Quezon                                  and seed storage

         2 Forest Nursery                   Facility              Regional Office                 1          1    100% w/continuous
                                            rehabilitated and       Lamot, Calauan,                                    production of
                                            maintained (no)         Laguna                                             seedlings
  3. DA-DAR-DENR National
         Conv ergen ce
         Initiative
            Identification                  area identified and REGIONAL TOTAL                 1000       1000    100%
            and Assessment                  assessed (has.)
                                                                PROV'L TOTAL                   1000       1000    100%
            of Convergence
            Areas for Public-                                     Batangas                      200        200    100%
            Private
                                                                     Batangas City                                        Lobo. Rosario &
            Partnership (200
                                                                                                                         San uan Malapad
            hectares per                                             Calaca
                                                                                                                         na Bato
            province)
                                                                  Cavite                        200        200    100% Magallanes & San
                                                                                                                       Agustin
                                                                     Trece Martirez City
                                                                  Laguna                        200        200    100% Brgy,. Banilan,
                                                                                                                       Pakil, Laguna
                                                                     Los Banos
                                                                  Quezon                        200        200    100%
                                                                     Real
                                                                     Pagbilao
                                                                     Gumaca
                                                                     Calauag
                                                                     Catanauan
                                                                  Rizal                         200        200    100% So. Alas-asin, Brgy.
                                                                                                                       Daraitan, Tanay,
                                                                     Antipolo City
                                                                                                                       Rizal
  4. National Greening
     Progrma (NGP)
         a. Seedling                        Seedling            REGIONAL TOTAL             2,367,500 3,164,512    133%
            Production/                     Production/
                                                                Regional Office                        248,180           Produced at RO
            Procurement                     Procurement

     Total Seedling                                             PROV'L TOTAL               2,367,500 2,916,332    123%
     Production /
                                                                  Batangas                  660,000    667,332    100% 425,000 produced
     Procu rement by FMS &                                                                                             by PENRO; 235,000
     ERDS                                                            Batangas City          384,500    389,606    101%
                                                                                                                       to be delivered by
                                                                     Calaca                 275,500    277,726    101% RO
                                                                  Cavite                    155,000    155,000    100% 125,000 produced
                                                                                                                       by PENRO; 30,000
                                                                     Trece Martirez City
                                                                                                                       to be delivered by
                                                                                                                       RO




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  Program/Activity/Project   MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality     Targets                %         Remarks
                                                                                                 plishment
                                                              Laguna                   210,000    210,000    100% 100,000 produced
                                                                                                                  by PENRO; 110,000
                                                                                                                  to be delivered by
                                                                                                                  RO
                                                                 Los Banos                                          100,000 produced
                                                                                                                    by PENRO; 110,000
                                                                                                                    to be delivered by
                                                                                                                    RO

                                                              Quezon                   985,000 1,526,500     155% 167,500 produced
                                                                                                                  by PENRO; 817,500
                                                                 Real                              27,500
                                                                                                                  to be delivered by
                                                                 Pagbilao                          35,000         RO. But there was
                                                                                                                  incresd in the
                                                                 Gumaca                            41,073
                                                                                                                  actual Seedlings
                                                                 Calauag                           35,000         produced/ procu
                                                                                                                  red due to
                                                                 Catanauan                         35,000
                                                                                                                  change in
                                                                                                                  species to
                                                                                                                  mangrove
                                                                                                                  propagules
                                                              Rizal                    357,000    357,500    100% 50,000 produced
                                                                                                                  by PENRO;
                                                                 Antipolo City                                    235,000; 307,500 to
                                                                                                                  be delivered by
                                                                                                                  RO

                                         Seedlings         REGIONAL TOTAL              700,000    700,221    100%
                                         Delivered by ERDB Regional Office             147,500    147,500    100%
                                                            PROV'L TOTAL               552,500    552,721    100%
                                                              Batangas                 100,000    100,221    100%
                                                                 Calaca                100,000    100,221    100%
                                                              Laguna                    87,500      87500    100%
                                                                 Los Banos              87,500      87500    100%
                                                              Quezon                   365,000    365,000    100%
                                                                 Real                  100,000    100,000    100%
                                                                 Pagbilao              115,000    115,000    100%
                                                                 Calauag                50,000     50,000    100%
                                                                 Catanauan             100,000    100,000    100%

        b. Site                          area identified and REGIONAL TOTAL              6,135      6,135    100%
           Identification,               prepared for        Regional Office              295        295     100%
           Preparation and               planting (has.)
           Social                                            PROV'L TOTAL                5,840      5,840    100%
           Mobilization                                       Batangas                   1,520      1,520    100%
           (SOCMOB)
                                                                 Batangas City             769        769    100%
           By FMS nd ERDB
           sites                                                 Calaca                    751        751    100%
                                                              Cavite                       310        310    100%
                                                                 Trece Martirez City
                                                              Laguna                       595        595    100%
                                                                 Los Banos
                                                              Quezon                     2,700      2,700    100%
                                                                 Real                     730        730     100%
                                                                 Pagbilao                  610        610    100%
                                                                 Gumaca                    240        240    100%
                                                                 Calauag                   590        590    100%
                                                                 Catanauan                 530        530    100%
                                                              Rizal                        715        715    100%
                                                                 Antipolo City

        c. Plantation                    area planted (has) REGIONAL TOTAL               6,135      5,903     96%
           Development                                      Regional Office               295        163      55%
           By FMS nd ERDB
           sites                                            PROV'L TOTAL                 5,840      5,599     97%

                                                              Batangas                   1,520      1,520    100%
                                                                 Batangas City             769        769    100%
                                                                 Calaca                    751        751    100%




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   Program/Activity/Project        MFOs OVIs         UWM           Province/ Municipality     Targets                %         Remarks
                                                                                                        plishment
                                                                     Cavite                       310        310    100%
                                                                        Trece Martirez City
                                                                     Laguna                       595        595    100%
                                                                        Los Banos
                                                                     Quezon                     2,700      2,600     96%
                                                                        Real                     730        630      86% Below accomp
                                                                        Pagbilao                  610        610    100% on ERDB add’l
                                                                        Gumaca                    240        240    100% targets
                                                                        Calauag                   590        590    100%
                                                                        Catanauan                 530        530    100%
                                                                     Rizal                        715        715    100%
                                                                        Antipolo City


A.III.a.3 For est Prot ecti on
          1. Protection of                     untenured           PROV'L TOTAL               380,278    380,278    100% Continuous
             untenured                         forestlands           Batangas                  48,000     48,000    100% monitoring and
             forestlands                       patrolled                                                                 protection tru
                                               (has.)                   Batangas City          35,000     35,000    100% patrolling and

                                                                        Calaca                 13,000     13,000    100% conduct pre-
                                                                                                                         emptive measures
                                                                     Cavite                    20,000     20,000    100% by FR w/ the
                                                                        Trece Martirez City    20,000     20,000    100% assistance of
                                                                                                                         deputy officers
                                                                     Laguna                    40,000     40,000    100%
                                                                                                                         such as military,
                                                                        Los Banos              40,000     40,000    100% civilian
                                                                                                                         volunteers
                                                                     Quezon                   209,278    209,278    100%
                                                                        Real                  138,240    138,240    100%
                                                                        Pagbilao               12,771     12,771    100%
                                                                        Gumaca                  5,800      5,800    100%
                                                                        Calauag                25,616     25,616    100%
                                                                        Catanauan              26,851     26,851    100%
                                                                     Rizal                     63,000     63,000    100%
                                                                        Antipolo City          63,000     63,000    100%


          2. Forest Law
             Enforcement
             2.1 Monitoring of                 Entry/exit points   PROV'L TOTAL                     7          7    100% strategic
                 entry/exit                    monitored (no.)                                                           monitoring stations
                 points illegal                                                                                          are being
                                                 Kapatalan,          Laguna                         1          1    100%
                 loggers/                                                                                                maintained and
                                                 Sin iloan
                 poachers                                                                                                manned by FR
                                                                     Quezon                         4          4    100% and other field
                                                                        Real                        2          2    100% officers on a
                                                                                                                         twenty-four hour
                                                                        Pagbilao                    1          1    100%
                                                                                                                         basis to monitor
                                                                        Gumaca                      1          1    100% the entry and exit
                                                                                                                         of forest
                                                                     Rizal                          2          2    100%
                                                                                                                         products.


             2.2 Support to                    Operations          Region Office                             137
                 operations                    supported (no)
                 against illegal               Report submitted
                 logging and                   (no.)
                 transport of
                 forest products


             2.3 Operationaliza                MFPC                Region Office                    1          1    100%
                 tion of MFPC                  operationalized
                                               (no.)
                                               meetings                                                        4           w/ regular
                                               conducted (no.)                                                             quarterly meetings


             2.4 Conduct of                    IEC conducted       Region Office                    4          7    100%
                 IEC Activities                (no.)
                                                     meetings                                                  5



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  Program/Activity/Project      MFOs OVIs         UWM            Province/ Municipality   Targets                %   Remarks
                                                                                                    plishment
          2.5 Prosecuting                   cases filed at the Region Office                                8
              violations of                 pro- section
              forest laws and               office (no.)
              regulations
              Inventory,                    Inventory,       Region Office                                 11
              disposition and               disposition and
              accounting of                 accounting
              confiscated                   report submitted
              products and                  (no)
              conveyances
          Confiscation of                   Major forest     PROV'L TOTAL                           1,369.061
          forest products                   products           Laguna                                107.343
                                            confiscated (vol
                                            in cu.m)           Quezon                                1,160.35
                                                                 Real                                  958.25
                                                                      Pagbilao                       194.099
                                                                      Gumaca                             4.95
                                                                      Calauag                            0.82
                                                                      Catanauan                         2.229
                                                                   Rizal                                85.76
                                                                   Batangas                             15.61

                                            Conveyances          PROV'L TOTAL                              53
                                            (no.)                  Laguna                                  20
                                                                   Quezon                                  26
                                                                      Real                                 17
                                                                      Pagbilao                              8
                                                                      Calauag                               1
                                                                   Rizal                                    5
                                                                   Batangas                                 2
                                                                      Batangas City                         1
                                                                      Calaca                                1


                                            Tools (no.)          PROV'L TOTAL                              50
                                                                   Laguna                                  10
                                                                   Quezon                                  38
                                                                      Real                                 28
                                                                      Pagbilao                             10
                                                                   Rizal                                    2


                                            Other minor          PROV'L TOTAL                            848
                                            products                                                  sacks
                                                 charcoal                                            34.5 cu.
                                                 (sacks/                                                   m
                                                 cu.m)
                                                  700 plastic/                                            700
                                                 repack                                               plastic/
                                                                                                      repack
                                                                   Laguna                                31.2
                                                                                                         682
                                                                                                      sacks
                                                                   Quezon                                 3.3
                                                                                                          700
                                                                                                      plastic/
                                                                                                      repack
                                                                      Real                                1.8
                                                                                                          700
                                                                                                      plastic/
                                                                                                      repack
                                                                                                    166 sacks


                                                                      Pagbilao                            1.5
                                                                                                          40
                                                                                                      sacks




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  Program/Activity/Project      MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality     Targets                %        Remarks
                                                                                                    plishment
           Implementation                   Registered         REGIONAL TOTAL                            328
           of RA 9175                       chainsaw (no.)
                                                               PROV'L TOTAL                              328
           Chainsaw Act of
           2002                                                  Batangas                                188
                                                                    Batangas City                        118
                                                                    Calaca                                70
                                                                 Cavite
                                                                 Laguna
                                                                 Quezon                                  140
                                                                    Real
                                                                    Pagbilao                              95
                                                                    Gumaca                                 1
                                                                    Calauag
                                                                    Catanauan                             44
A.III.a.4 Community-based
          For estry program
           1.   Review of        3   3.3    CRMF reviewed      REGIONAL TOTAL                  22         22    100%
                Community                   (no.)
                                                               Regional Office
                Resource
                Management                                     PROV'L TOTAL                    22         22    100%
                Framework
                                                                 Batangas                       2          2    100%
                                                                    Batangas City               2          2    100%
                                                                 Cavite                         1          1    100%
                                                                    Trece Martirez City
                                                                 Laguna                         3          3    100%
                                                                    Los Banos
                                                                 Quezon                        14         14    100%
                                                                    Real                        2          2    100%
                                                                    Pagbilao                    2          2    100%
                                                                    Gumaca                      2          2    100%
                                                                    Calauag                     3          3    100%
                                                                    Catanauan                   5          5    100%
                                                                 Rizal                          2          2    100%
                                                                    Antipolo City


                Issuance of                 IEC conducted      REGIONAL TOTAL                   2          2    100%
                tenurial                    (no)
                                                                 Cavite                         2          2    100%
                instruments
                (primary
                activities)
                Assessment
                and
                evaluation of
                expiring CSC
                holders
CBFM- CARP FUNDS (2010                                         REGIONAL TOTAL                 327        327    100% Continuing
Activity)                                                                                                            activity up to CY
                                                                                                                     2011
                                                               PROV'L TOTAL                   327        217    100%
        Estab. of 40 has                                         Laguna                       110        110    100% Accomplished
        Agro-forestry w/                                                                                             only this year
                                                Brgy.                                          60         60    100%
        livestock raising
                                                Matikiw,
                                                Pakil
        Estab. of 50 has                        Parang na                                      50         50    100%
        Agro-forestry                           Buho, Sta.
                                                Maria
                                                                 Quezon                       167        167    100%
        Rattan-Based Cum                                            Calauag                    30         30    100%
        Agro-forestry (30
                                                Brgy.                                          30         30    100%
        has.)
                                                Mapulot,
                                                Tagkawayan




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   Program/Activity/Project        MFOs OVIs         UWM           Province/ Municipality   Targets               %        Remarks
                                                                                                      plishment
                                                                        Catanauan               100        100    100%
                                                   Brgy.                                         50         50    100%
                                                   Cambuga,
                                                   Mulanay
                                                   Brgy. Ilayang                                 50         50    100%
                                                   Yuni,
                                                   Mulanay


         Estab. of 50 has Agro-                    Brgy. Mainit         Gumaca                   37         37    100%
         forestry w/ working                       Norte, Perez
         animals (50 has.)


          37 has. Multi-crop                       Brgy.             Rizal                       50         50    100%
         Agro-forestry                             Calawis,
         50 has. Agro-forestry                     Antipolo


A.III.a.5 Soil Conservation
          and Watershed
          Management
         1. Introduction of Soil
            and Water
            Conservation
            Measures

            1.1 Preparatory
                Activities

                 - Survey &                    area surveyed       REGIONAL TOTAL                44         44    100%
                   Mapping &                   and mapped
                   Planning                    (hectares)
                                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  44         44    100%
                                                                     Batangas                     6          6    100%
                                                                     Cavite                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Laguna                       6          6    100% So. Malamig,
                                                                                                                       SPC, Laguna

                                                                     Quezon                      20         20    100%
                                                                        Real                      4          4    100%
                                                                        Pagbilao                  4          4    100%
                                                                        Gumaca                    4          4    100%
                                                                        Calauag                   4          4    100%
                                                                        Catanauan                 4          4    100%
                                                                     Rizal                        6          6    100%


                   Species-Site                area assessed       REGIONAL TOTAL                44         44    100%
                   Suitability                 (has)
                                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  44         44    100%
                   Assessment
                                                                     Batangas                     6          6    100%
                                                                     Cavite                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Laguna                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Quezon                      20         20    100%
                                                                        Real                      4          4    100%
                                                                        Pagbilao                  4          4    100%
                                                                        Gumaca                    4          4    100%
                                                                        Calauag                   4          4    100%
                                                                        Catanauan                 4          4    100%
                                                                     Rizal                        6          6    100%


                 - Contract                    area awarded        REGIONAL TOTAL                44         44    100%
                   Awarding                    (hectares)
                                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  44         44    100%
                                                                     Batangas                     6          6    100%
                                                                     Cavite                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Laguna                       6          6    100%



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                                                                                                      Accom-
  Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs          UWM            Province/ Municipality   Targets               %         Remarks
                                                                                                      plishment
                                                                     Quezon                      20         20    100%
                                                                        Real                      4          4    100%
                                                                        Pagbilao                  4          4    100%
                                                                        Gumaca                    4          4    100%
                                                                        Calauag                   4          4    100%
                                                                        Catanauan                 4          4    100%
                                                                     Rizal                        6          6    100%


           1.2 Site                          streambank            REGIONAL TOTAL                44         44    100%
               Development/                  rehabilitated
                                                                   PROV'L TOTAL                  44         44    100%
               Improvement                   (hectares)
               - Streambank                                          Batangas                     6          6    100%
               Rehabilitation
                                                                     Cavite                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Laguna                       6          6    100%
                                                                     Quezon                      20         20    100%
                                                                        Real                      4          4    100%
                                                                        Pagbilao                  4          4    100%
                                                                        Gumaca                    4          4    100%
                                                                        Calauag                   4          4    100%
                                                                        Catanauan                 4          4    100%
                                                                     Rizal                        6          6    100%


A.III.a.6 For est Bou ndary
          Delineation and Land
          use Allocation
        (Bal. for delineation
        and assessment is
        340 kms and 742 kms
        for assessment)

           Delineation of the                kms. delineated       Regional Office               64         64    100%
           remaining lines
                                                                     Quezon                      64               100%
           (10% of 340 km)
                                                                        San Narciso             43         43     100%
                                                                        Unisan                   21         21    100%


           Drafting of bills                 bills drafted (no.)   Regional Office                3          3    100% Finished for
                                                                                                                       submission to
                                                                        Rizal                     1          1    100%
                                                                                                                       NADC.
                                                                        Batangas                  1          1    100%
                                                                        Cavite                    1          1    100%
CENTRAL OFFI CE-FUNDED
   Continuing Activity 2010                                                                                              2010Continuing
                                                                                                                         activity
         1 Forest Land                       Forestland            PROV'L TOTAL                 952      1,138    120% 249 kms was
           Assessment and                    boundary                                                                  delineated this
           Delineation                       delineated                                                                year to
                                             andassessed                                                               complete,
                                             (kms.)                                                                    finished/
                                                                                                                       accomplished
                                                                                                                       the remaining
                                                                                                                       areas
                                                                     Batangas                   328        279     85% The actual area
                                                                                                                       is only 279
                                                                        Laurel                  140        140    100%
                                                                        Lipa                     20         20    100%
                                                                        Calatagan               168        119     71% subject to
                                                                                                                       Hacienda de
                                                                                                                       Calatagan case
                                                                                                                       to be assessed
                                                                                                                       by Special Team
                                                                                                                       (complied and
                                                                                                                       the actual area
                                                                                                                       is only 119 km)




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                                                                                             Accom-
 Program/Activity/Project MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality    Targets                %            Remarks
                                                                                             plishment

                                                          Cavite                       271        136      50%
                                                             Ternate                    36         36     100%
                                                             Maragondon                 74         74     100%
                                                             Tagaytay                   79                       Moratorium on
                                                                                                                 survey & other
                                                                                                                 related act.

                                                             Magallanes                 26         26     100%
                                                             Mt. Palay-palay PL         30                       Part of Initial
                                                                                                                 Component of
                                                                                                                 NIPAS, not part of
                                                                                                                 delineation
                                                             Caumpang Naval
                                                             For. Military Resv.        26                       Military Resv. not
                                                                                                                 part of this activity
                                                          Quezon                       287        653     228% Targets from
                                                                                                               Batangas and
                                                             Mulanay                    60        199     332%
                                                                                                               Cavite (Tagaytay
                                                             San Francisco              92        134     146% was transferred /
                                                                                                               obtained from this
                                                             Alabat Island              35         43     123%
                                                                                                               province (Quezon)
                                                             Buenavista                100        152     152% to accomplish the
                                                                                                               Regional targets
                                                             Calauag                              125
                                                          Rizal                         66         70     106%
                                                             Pililia                    22         22     100%
                                                             Jala-jala                  18         18     100%
                                                             Tanay                      26         30     115%


    2 Forest land use                 Forestland          Quezon                       565        646     114% 176 kms was
      assessment                      boundary                                                                 delineated this year
                                                             - Macalelon                           36
                                      assessed (kms)                                                           to complete and
                                                             - Polilio                 448        450     100% accomplished the
                                                                                                               remaining area.
                                                                  Mauban               117        160     137%


 (CY 2010 Budget but CY
 2011 Targets)
   For est Bou ndary
   Delineation and Land-
   use Allocation
   (Bal. for delineation
   and assessment is 276
   kms )
      Delineation and                 kms. Delineated   Regional Office                276        290    105%    Pls. kindly rectify the
      assessment                                                                                                 UWM and Targets
                                                                                                                 per Coordination to
                                                                                                                 CO
                                                          Quezon                       276        276    100%
                                                             Guinyangan                 47         47    100%     Planning last
                                                                                                                 October 2011.
                                                             Gumaca                     94         94    100%
                                                                                                                 Previously,
                                                             Lopez                      54         54    100%    Delination &
                                                                                                                 Assessment to
                                                              Padre Burgos/             81         95    117%
                                                                                                                 delineation only
                                                             Pagbilao/Unisan
                                                                                                                 and The targets for
                                                                                                                 that will add to
                                                                                                                 assessment
                                                                                                                 activity.
      Assessment                      kms. Assessed     Regional Office              1,018      1,057    104%
                                                          Quezon                     1,018      1,057    104%
                                                             Agdangan                    6          6    100%
                                                             Atimonan                   64         64    100%
                                                             Calauag                    17         17    100%
                                                             Guinyangan                 94         94    100%
                                                             Gumaca                     61         61    100%    Previous was 14 only




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                                                                                                  Accom-
Program/Activity/Project MFOs OVIs          UWM            Province/ Municipality    Targets                       %           Remarks
                                                                                                  plishment
                                                                Infanta                      56            56    100%
                                                                Jomalig                      22            22    100%
                                                                Lopez                        54            54    100%
                                                                Lucena                       54            54    100%
                                                                Padre Burgos/            111           139       125%
                                                                Pagbilao
                                                                Patnanungan              134           145       145%
                                                                Pitogo                       17            17    100%
                                                                Real                     177           177       100%
                                                                San Andres                   23            23    100%
                                                                Tagkawayan                   36            36    100%
                                                                Tayabas                      71            71    100%


    Drafting of bills                bills drafted (no.)   Regional Office                    1             1    100%    Copy of draft bill
                                                                                                                         was ready for
                                                                Quezon                        1             1    100%
                                                                                                                         endorsement to
                                                                                                                         NADC
  Enforcem ent of
  Environmental Laws
  within REINA Areas
    1.   Surveilla nce               Area patrolled        PROV'L TOTAL              399,000       399,000        100% Continuous
         and patrolling              (has.)                                                                            supervision, strict
                                                             Laguna                   40,000         40,000       100%
         involving the                                                                                                 monitoring and
         communities                                                                                                   protection of
         (There must be                                      Quezon                 296,000       296,000         100% untenured and
         95% reduction                                                                                                 tenured forestlands
                                                             Rizal                  63,000        63,000          100%
         on the volume                                                                                                 from any form of
         of forest                                                                                                     forest destructions
         products                                                                                                      and effective
         confiscated, no.                                                                                              enforcement of PD
         of equipment                                                                                                  705. and thru the
         and                                                                                                           effective
         conveyances                                                                                                   collaborations w/
         apprehended                                                                                                   other law
         and cases filed                                                                                               enforcement
         in court)                                                                                                     agencies.
                                     Forest Protection PROV'L TOTAL                          36            36     100%
                                     reports submitted
                                                         Laguna                              12            12     100%
                                     (no.)
                                                         Quezon                              12            12     100%
                                                             Rizal                           12            12     100%


                                     Volume                                                          830.46              Comprised of 3,746
                                     confiscated                                                                         pcs round logs and
                                     (cu.m.)                                                                             flitched w/ est,
                                                                                                                         value of
                                                                                                                         P3,135,294.60.
                                                                                                     549.94              Comprised of 2,582
                                                                                                                         pcs round logs and
                                                                                                                         flitched w/ est,
                                                                                                                         value of P
                                                                                                                         1,757,086.80.
                                                                                                                         Confiscated at
                                                                                                                         Brgy. Umiray, Gen.
                                                                                                                         Nakar and
                                                                                                                         Dingalan, Aurora.

                                                                                                      89.06              Comprised of 354
                                                                                                                         pcs round logs and
                                                                                                                         flitched w/ est,
                                                                                                                         value of P566,477.40
                                                                                                                         Confiscated at
                                                                                                                         Brgy. Canaway,
                                                                                                                         Gen. Nakar .
                                                                                                     191.46              Comprised of 809
                                                                                                                         pcs round logs and
                                                                                                                         flitched w/ est,
                                                                                                                         value of P811,730.04
                                                                                                                         Confiscated at
                                                                                                                         Brgy. Poblacion,
                                                                                                                         Panulukan, Quezon


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                                                                                                     Accom-
   Program/Activity/Project      MFOs OVIs          UWM           Province/ Municipality   Targets               %         Remarks
                                                                                                     plishment
                                             Equipment
                                             apprehended
                                             (units)
                                             Cases filed in
                                             court (no.)


      2   Maintenance of                     Chokepoints          PROV'L TOTAL                   7          7    100%
          Chokepoints                        maintained             Laguna                       1          1    100%
                                             (no.)
                                                                    Quezon                       5          5    100%
                                                                    Rizal                        1          1    100%


      3   IEC/Community                      Meetings/            Regional Office                4          4    100% conducted IEC
          Meetings                           dialogues                                                                on EO 23 and
                                             conducted (no.)                                                          distribution of
                                                                                                                      Resolution 2011-
                                                                                                                      03
      4   Anti-illegal Logging               Operations           Regional Office                           7
          Operations                         conducted              Laguna                                  3
                                                                    Quezon                                  4
                                                                       Real                                 4


          Bantay Gubat                       Bantay Gubat         REGIONAL TOTAL                28         28    100% Bantay Gubat
      a. Assist in the forest                hired                                                                    and Extension
                                                                                                                      Officers will be
         protectionworks, IEC,                                    PROV'L TOTAL                  28         28    100% hired for 2
         etc.
                                                                    Laguna                       4          4    100% months in the
                                                                                                                      2nd Qtr., the
                                                                    Quezon                      20         20    100%
                                                                                                                      whole 3rd qtr
                                                                       PENRO                    10         10    100% and 1 month
                                                                       Real                     10         10    100% during the 4th
                                                                                                                      quarter,
                                                                    Rizal                        4          4    100%


   ENR Extension Officers                    Extension Officers   REGIONAL TOTAL                25         25    100%
                                             hired (no.)
      a. Perform ENR                                              Regional Office                3          3    100%
         extension works,                                         PROV'L TOTAL                  22         22    100%
         and assist the CBFM
         Coordinator and                                            Batangas                     4          4    100%
         Protected Area                                                PENRO                     1          1    100%
         Superintendent
                                                                       Batangas City             2          2    100%
         (PASU) in the
         provision of                                                  Calaca                    1          1    100%
         technical assistance                                       Cavite                       2          2    100%
         to the communities
         and in the M & E of                                        Laguna                       3          3    100%
         projects in                                                Quezon                      10         10    100%
         designated
         areas
                                               (1PENRO, 1 RO)          PENRO                     2          2    100%
                                                                       Real                      3          3    100%
                                                                       Pagbilao                  2          2    100%
                                                                       Gumaca                    1          1    100%
                                                                       Calauag                   1          1    100%
                                                                       Catanauan                 1          1    100%
                                                                    Rizal                        3          3    100%
   Anti-I-illegal Logging
   Operations at the Eastern
   Seaboard (Quezon)
   Establishment of Joint                                                                                                No released of
   Monitoring Station and                                                                                               funds for this
   Eastern Seaboard                                                                                                     activity.
   Operation, Aurora and
   Quezon
      1   Establishment of                   Station                Quezon                       1
          Joint Mon itoring                  established and
          Station at Umiray,                 monitored (no)
          Gen. Nakar, Quezon



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                                                                                                 Accom-
  Program/Activity/Project   MFOs OVIs         UWM          Province/ Municipality   Targets                 %         Remarks
                                                                                                 plishment
    2   Seaborne                         Seaborne             Quezon                         4
        Surveilla nce and                operation
        Patrol Operation                 conducted (no)
                                             Report           Quezon
                                             submitted
                                             (no)


        −   Provision of                 Communication        Quezon                      24
            modern                       paraphernalia
            communicatio                 and equipment
            n and                        purchased (no.)
            surveillance
                                             camera                                          2
            equipment
                                             GPS                                             2
                                             meterstick                                      4

                                             bolos                                           6
                                             ponchos                                      10


    3   IEC I                            IEC conducted        Quezon                         4
                                         (no)


                                         Documentation                                       4
                                         report submitted
                                         (no)


  Community-based
  For estry Pr ogram
    1   Strengthening of
        CBFM PO's and PO
        federarions
     A. Assistance in the                PO assisted and    PROV'L TOTAL                  34           34    100%
        registration or                  reactivated
                                                              Batangas                       4          4    100%
        reactivation Of PO               (no).
        registration                                          Cavite                         1          1    100%
                                                              Laguna                         2          2    100%
                                                              Quezon                      25           25    100%
                                                              Rizal                          2          2    100%
     B. Provision of
        technical
        assisstance

        B.1 Review and                   CRMF reviewed      PROV'L TOTAL                 25           25     100%
            updating of                  and Updated/
                                                              Batangas                       2          2    100%
            CRMF                         prepared (no.)
                                                              Laguna                         2          2    100%
                                                              Quezon                      20           20    100%
                                                              Rizal                          2          2    100%


        B.2 Review of 5-                 5-year workplan    PROV'L TOTAL                 25           25     100%
        year workplan                    reviewed and
                                                              Batangas                       2          2    100%
                                         prepared (no.)
                                                              Laguna                         2          2    100%
                                                              Quezon                      20           20    100%
                                                              Rizal                          2          2    100%


        B.3 Mapping in the               CBFM areas for     PROV'L TOTAL                 25           25     100%
            remaining                    development
                                                              Batangas                       2          2    100%
            areas for                    mapped (no)
            development                                       Laguna                         2          2    100%
            w/in CBFM
                                                              Quezon                      20           20    100%
            areas
                                                                 Real                        2          2    100%

                                                                 Pagbilao                    3          3    100%
                                                                 Gumaca                      2          2    100%
                                                                 Calauag                     2          2    100%
                                                                 Catanauan                11           11    100%



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                                                                         Province/                Accom-
      Program/Activity/Project        MFOs OVIs         UWM                            Targets                %          Remarks
                                                                        Municipality              plishment
                                                                      Rizal                   2          2    100%

       C. Support to                              Forum conducted REGIONAL TOTAL            31          31    100%
          strengthening of                        (no)
                                                                    Regional Office           1          1    100%
          provincial and
          regional federation                                         PROV'L TOTAL          30          30    100%

                                                                      Batangas                3          3    100%
                                                                      Cavite                  1          1    100%
                                                                      Laguna                  2          2    100%
                                                                      Quezon                22          22    100%
                                                                         Real
                                                                         Pagbilao

                                                                         Gumaca
                                                                         Calauag
                                                                         Catanauan

                                                                      Rizal                   2          2    100%
       D. Support to Pos                          Trainings         REGIONAL TOTAL          31          31    100%
          representation in                       participated
                                                                      PROV'L TOTAL          30          30    100%
          relevant CBFM                           Attended (no.)
          trainings or workshop                                       Batangas                3          3    100%
                                                                      Cavite                  1          1    100%
                                                                      Laguna                  2          2    100%

                                                                      Quezon                22          22    100%
                                                                         Real
                                                                         Pagbilao

                                                                         Gumaca
                                                                         Calauag
                                                                         Catanauan
                                                                      Rizal                   2          2    100%
   2. Documentation and
      Packaging of CBFM good
      practices
       1.   Regional orientation                  Meetings          Regional Office           1          1    100%
            meeting on 2011                       conducted (no.)
            search for good
            practices

        2. Description of good                    Good CBFM          PROV'L TOTAL             3          3    100%
           CBFM practices                         practices w/ brief
                                                                       Laguna                 2          2    100%
                                                  description (no.)
                                                                       Quezon                 1          1    100%
        3. Selection of best Prov’l               Good practices    PROV'L TOTAL              3          3    100%
           and regional practices                 selected (no.)
                                                                      Laguna                  2          2    100%
                                                                      Quezon                  1          1    100%

        4. Comprehensive                          Comprehensive     PROV'L TOTAL              3          3    100%
           Documentation of                       doc. report
                                                                      Laguna                  2          2    100%
           good CBFM practices                    prepared and
                                                  submitted (no)      Quezon                  1          1    100%

        5. Formating, packaging                   Good CBFM         REGIONAL OFFICE        100         100    100%
           and printing of the                    practices
           documented regional                    formatted and
           good practices in                      package (no.)
           CBFM
        6. Documented good                        Printed practices REGIONAL OFFICE        100         100    100% Final printing, for
           practices                              presented/shared                                                 delivery 1st
                                                  (no.)                                                            week of
                                                                                                                   Jan.2012.
                                                                                                                   delivery was
                                                                                                                   delayed due to
                                                                                                                   some
                                                                                                                   technicalities
                                                                                                                   encountered at
                                                                                                                   printing.




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                                                                        Province/               Accom-
   Program/Activity/Project       MFOs OVIs         UWM                               Targets               %         Remarks
                                                                       Municipality             plishment
  CBFM- CARP FUNDS (2011                                         REGIONAL TOTAL         174.5     125.25     73% Project
  Activity)                                                                                                      implementation
                                                                                                                 has been
                                                                                                                 delayed due to
                                                                                                                 the strict
                                                                                                                 compliance to
                                                                                                                 requirements
                                                                                                                 such as PO
                                                                                                                 registration,LGU
                                                                                                                 indorsement,
                                                                                                                 etc.
  Enrichment planting of                                         Quezon                  74.5      60.75     82%
  Mangrove areas with
  aquaculture and other                                            Catanauan             24.5         23     72%
  livelihood project                          San Juan                                     18       16.5     92% Remaining 1.5
                                              Fisherfolks And                                                    has for cash
                                              Farmers Assoc.                                                     crops backyard
                                                                                                                 farming still on-
                                                                                                                 going


                                              Samahan ng                                  6.5        6.5    100%
                                              Bantay Kalikasan
                                              ng Calwit, Inc.


  Multi-purpose Coop Agro-                    Kapit-bisig          Gumaca                  50      37.75    100% On-going area
  forestry Develo pment Inc.,                 Farmers Assoc.                                                     development
                                              Inc.,


  Agro-forestry Cash Crops                    Kaliwa Watershed Rizal                       50         25     50% On-going area
  and working Animals                         Stakeholders of                                                    development
                                              Brgy. Mamuyao


  Agro-forestry of Malayang                   Malayang       Cavite                        50       39.5     79% On-going area
  Samahan ng Mt. Palay-palay                  Samahan ng Mt.                                                     development
                                              Palay-palay


  Soil Conservation and
  Watershed Management
  ( By Congressional Insertion)

    1.   Indigenous/Forest Tree               Seedling           REGIONAL TOTAL       700,000    319,500     45%
         species                              procured/
                                                                   Laguna             333,500     53,000     15% The target per
                                              Produced (no.)
                                                                                                                 municipality was
                                                                       Magdalena                   2,500         change but also
                                                                       Sta. Cruz                  17,500          w/in the same
                                                                                                                 district; 4th
                                                                       Famy                        3,000         District of
                                                                       Pangil                     12,500         Laguna

                                                                       Pakil
                                                                       Pagsanjan

                                                                       Cavinte
                                                                       Paete
                                                                       Sin iloan

                                                                       Kalayaan
                                                                       Luisiana
                                                                       Majayjay

                                                                       Lumban
                                                                       Pila
                                                                       Mabitac

                                                                       Sta. Maria




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                                                                   Province/                   Accom-
      Program/Activity/Project    MFOs OVIs         UWM                              Targets               %         Remarks
                                                                  Municipality                 plishment
                                                                Quezon               266,500    266,500    100% The target per
                                                                                                                municipality was
                                                                   PENRO             106,500    106,500    100% change but also
                                                                   Mamala Su-         40,000     40,000    100% w/in the same
                                                                   nursery                                      district; 1st
                                                                                                                District of
                                                                   Real               50,000     50,000    100% Quezon

                                                                   Pagbilao           70,000     70,000    100%


   2. Site Identification,                    Area identified  REGIONAL TOTAL          1,400      1,400    100% Pls. rectify the
      Preparation and Social                  and Prepared for                                                  locations on the
                                                                 Laguna                  665        665    100%
      Mobilization                            planting (has.)                                                   approved work
                                                                   Magdalena              10         10    100% plan in the
                                                                                                                province of
                                                                   Sta. Cruz              45         45    100% Laguna the
                                                                   Famy                   10         10    100% area was
                                                                                                                concentrated
                                                                   Pangil                 60         60    100% only on 3

                                                                   Pakil                 130        130    100% municipalities,
                                                                                                                however upon
                                                                   Pagsanjan              35         35    100% consultation to
                                                                   Cavinte               100        100    100% Congressman,
                                                                                                                he requested if
                                                                   Paete                  40         40    100% possible include
                                                                                                                all the 16 mun.
                                                                   Sin iloan              50         50    100%
                                                                                                                w/in the 4th D ist.
                                                                   Kalayaan               10         10    100% of Laguna. For
                                                                                                                the reason that
                                                                   Luisiana               60         60    100% all these mun.
                                                                   Majayjay               50         50    100% are w/in the 4
                                                                                                                watershed area.
                                                                   Lumban                 10         10    100%

                                                                   Pila                   10         10    100%
                                                                   Mabitac                10         10    100%
                                                                   Sta. Maria             35         35    100%


                                                                Quezon                   535        535    100%
                                                                   CENRO Real            150        150    100%

                                                                    Agos                 150        150    100%
                                                                    Watershed


                                                                   PENRO                 245        245    100%
                                                                    Maapon River,         50         50    100%
                                                                    Sampaloc
                                                                    Janagdong            115        115    100%
                                                                    Watershed,
                                                                    Mamala,               80         80    100%
                                                                    Sariaya


                                                                   CENRO                 140        140    100%
                                                                   Pagbilao
                                                                    Janagdong
                                                                    Watershed
                                                                    Lagnas               140        140    100%
                                                                    Watershed


   3. Streambank Rehabilitation               Streambank      REGIONAL TOTAL           1,400        641     46% Continuing
                                              rehabilitated                                                     activity up to CY
                                              (has.)                                                            2012
                                                                Laguna                   665        106     16% There are on-
                                                                                                                going area
                                                                   Magdalena              10          5     50% development
                                                                   Sta. Cruz              45         35     77%

                                                                   Famy                   10          6     60%

                                                                   Pangil                 60         25     42%




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                                                                  Province/                   Accom-
   Program/Activity/Project   MFOs OVIs          UWM                                Targets               %        Remarks
                                                                 Municipality                 plishment
                                                                  Pakil                 130

                                                                  Pagsanjan              35         35    100%
                                                                  Cavinte               100
                                                                  Paete                  40

                                                                  Sin iloan              50
                                                                  Kalayaan               10
                                                                  Luisiana               60
                                                                  Majayjay               50
                                                                  Lumban                 10
                                                                  Pila                   10

                                                                  Mabitac                10
                                                                  Sta. Maria             35


                                                               Quezon                   535        535    100%


                                                                  CENRO Real            150        150    100%
                                                                   Agos                 150        150    100%
                                                                   Watershed


                                                                  PENRO                 245        245    100%
                                                                   Maapon River,         50         50    100%
                                                                   Sampaloc
                                                                   Janagdong            115        115    100%
                                                                   Watershed,
                                                                   Mamala,               80         80    100%
                                                                   Sariaya


                                                                  CENRO                 140        140    100%
                                                                  Pagbilao
                                                                   Janagdong
                                                                   Watershed
                                                                   Lagnas               140        140    100%
                                                                   Watershed




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                                                                   Table V-4
                                                          Physical Accomplishment
                                                         (January to December 2011)


                                                          Performance                                             Accom-
           Program/Activity/Project       MFOs   OVIs                         Region/PENRO              Target               %        Remarks
                                                           Indicators                                            plishment
 A.III.b.1 Land Management
           Services


      1.      Patent Issuance              2     2.3    Patent Issued (no.) REGL TOTAL                     146         146   100%
              (residential, industrial,                                      RegL. Office                   46          46   100%
              commercial and special
              patent)                                                        PRVL TOTAL                    100         100   100%
                                                                                Batangas                    11          11   100%
                                                                                Cavite                      13          13   100%
                                                                                Laguna                      11          11   100%
                                                                                Quezon                      50          50   100%
                                                                                Rizal                       15          15   100%


                                                        Patent Issued (ha.) REGL TOTAL                            395.1202
                                                                             RegL. Office                         391.9729          (corrected
                                                                             PRVL TOTAL                             3.1473          area)

                                                                                Batangas                            0.2503
                                                                                Cavite                              0.1597
                                                                                Laguna                              0.2059
                                                                                Quezon                              0.5314
                                                                                Rizal                               2.0000


                                                        Patents processed REGL TOTAL                                   146
                                                        (no.)               RegL. Office                                46
                                                                             PRV'L TOTAL                               100
                                                                                Batangas                                11
                                                                                    Bat. City                            5
                                                                                    Calaca                               6
                                                                                Cavite                                  13
                                                                                    Trce Martirez                       13
                                                                                Laguna                                  11
                                                                                    Los Baños                           11
                                                                                Quezon                                  50
                                                                                   Real                                 10
                                                                                   Pagbilao                             10
                                                                                   Gumaca                               10
                                                                                   Calauag                              10
                                                                                   Catanauan                            10
                                                                                Rizal                                   15
                                                                                        Antipolo City                   15


                                                        Patents processed REGL TOTAL                              395.1202
                                                        (ha.)               RegL. Office                          391.9729
                                                                             PRV'L TOTAL                            3.1473
                                                                                Batangas                            0.2503
                                                                                    Bat. City                       0.1119
                                                                                    Calaca                          0.1384
                                                                                Cavite                              0.1597
                                                                                    Trce Martirez                   0.1597
                                                                                Laguna                              0.2059
                                                                                    Los Baños                       0.2059




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                                                         Performance                                        Accom-
       Program/Activity/Project          MFOs   OVIs                         Region/PENRO         Target                %      Remarks
                                                          Indicators                                       plishment
                                                                              Quezon                           0.5314
                                                                                 Real                          0.1200
                                                                                 Pagbilao                      0.0637
                                                                                 Gumaca                        0.1251
                                                                                  Calauag                      0.1076
                                                                                  Catanauan                    0.1150
                                                                              Rizal                            2.0000
                                                                                 Antipolo City                 2.0000


  2.      Draft Proclamation on           2     2.3    Draft              RegL. Office                 6           6    100%
          school sites                                 Proclamations
                                                       prepared Sites
                                                                                                     125         129    123%
                                                       identified with
                                                       CSW processed/
                                                       sub- mitted to LMB
                                                       (no)


  3.      Disposition of Land Cases       3     3.3    Land cases        REGL TOTAL                   54          58    107%
                                                       decided/ resolved   RegL. Office               19          21    111%
                                                       (no.)
                                                                            PRV'L TOTAL               35          37    106%
                                                                              Batangas                 7           7    100%
                                                                                 Bat. City             3           3    100%
                                                                                 Calaca                4           4    100%
                                                                              Cavite                   6           8    133%
                                                                                 Trece Martires        6           8    133%
                                                                              Laguna                   4           4    100%
                                                                                 Los Baños             4           4    100%
                                                                              Quezon                  12          12    100%
                                                                                 Real                  3           3    100%
                                                                                 Pagbilao              2           2    100%
                                                                                 Gumaca                2           2    100%
                                                                                 Calauag               2           2    100%
                                                                                 Catanauan             3           3    100%
                                                                              Rizal                    6           6    100%
                                                                                 Antipolo City         6           6    100%


A.III.b.3 Survey of foresh or e areas,
          patrimonial properties &
          other lands cover ed by
          CARP in coordination w/
          DAR


  1.      Management of                   3     3.3    Contracts/permits REGL TOTAL                   37          41    111%
          foreshore areas                              processed /         RegL. Office               12          13    108%
                                                       appraised (no)
                                                                           PRV'L TOTAL                25          28    112%
                                                                              Batangas                12          14    117%
                                                                                 Bat. City             6           6    100%
                                                                                 Calaca                6           8    133%
                                                                              Cavite                   2           2    100%
                                                                                 Trece Martires        2           2    100%
                                                                              Quezon                  11          12    109%
                                                                                 Real                  3           4    133%
                                                                                 Pagbilao              2           2    100%
                                                                                 Gumaca                2           2    100%
                                                                                 Calauag               2           2    100%
                                                                                 Catanauan             2           2    100%




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                                                          Performance                                      Accom-
        Program/Activity/Project        MFOs    OVIs                            Region/PENRO     Target                %       Remarks
                                                           Indicators                                     plishment
   2.      Management of                    3    3.3   Deeds/lease        REGL TOTAL                 41          52    127%
           patrimonial Properties                      contracts proessed   RegL. Office              4           4    100%
                                                       (no.)
                                                                            PRV'L TOTAL              37          48    130%
                                                                                  Cavite             30          41    137%
                                                                                  Laguna              7           7    100%


   3.      Updating of FAMIS                1    1.2   Data entry updated REGIONAL TOTAL            100         274    274%
           Database                                    (no)                 Regional Office                     100
                                                                               PROV'L TOTAL         100         174    174%
                                                                                  Batangas           28          51    182%
                                                                                     Bat. City       14          14    100%
                                                                                     Calaca          14          37    264%
                                                                                  Cavite             12          12    100%
                                                                                  Quezon             60          60    100%
                                                                                     Real            12          12    100%
                                                                                     Pagbilao        12          12    100%
                                                                                     Gumaca          12          12    100%
                                                                                     Calauag         12          12    100%
                                                                                     Catanauan       12          12    100%


 A.III.b.4 Land Records
           Management


   1.      Maintenance of public        1       1.2    Records encoded/ REGL TOTAL                7,340        8,479 116%
           land and survey records                     scanned by sheets
                                                       (no)
           - encoding/scanning by                                         RegL. Office            4,340        5,190 120% encoded
             sheet                                                                                             5,912          scanned
                                                                               PRV'L TOTAL        3,000        3,289 110%

                                                                                  Batangas          600         715    119%

                                                                                     Bat. City      300         340    113%
                                                                                     Calaca         300         375    125%
                                                                                  Cavite            300         449    150%
                                                                                     PENRO           75         112    149%
                                                                                     TMC            225         337    150%
                                                                                  Laguna            300         300    100%
                                                                                  Quezon          1,500        1,525 102%
                                                                                     Real           300         300    100%
                                                                                     Pagbilao       300         300    100%
                                                                                     Gumaca         300         300    100%
                                                                                     Calauag        300         300    100%
                                                                                     Catanauan      300         325    108%
                                                                                  Rizal             300         300    100%
   2.      Reconstruction/              1       1.2    maps/ plans           Regional Office        150         150    100%
           reconstitution of maps/                     reconstituted (no.)
           plans


   3.      Reconstruction/              1       1.2    lot data              Regional Office      1,500        1500    100%
           reconstitution of lot data                  computation and
           computation and lot                         lot description sheet
           description sheet                           reconstructed/
                                                       reconstituted (no.)


 A.III.b.5 Field Network Survey
           Party


   1.      Densification of PRS'92 -    1       1.3    Control points        REGL TOTAL              30          30    100%
           3rd and 4th Order                           established (no.)
                                                                               Laguna                30          30    100%




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                                                    Performance                                        Accom-
       Program/Activity/Project   MFOs   OVIs                             Region/PENRO       Target                %      Remarks
                                                     Indicators                                       plishment
COMPREHENSIVE AGRARIAN
REFORM PROGRAM


  1.      Patent Issuance         2      2.3    Patents issued         PRV'L TOTAL            6,828        7,028 103%
                                                 - transmitted to        Batangas             2,000        2,100 105%
                                                   ROD (no.)                Bat. City         1,000        1,100 110%
                                                                            Calaca            1,000        1,000 100%
                                                                         Cavite               1,000        1,100 110%
                                                                            Trece Martires    1,000        1,100 110%
                                                                         Laguna                 750         750    100%
                                                                            Los Baños           750         750    100%
                                                                         Quezon                2758        2,758 100%
                                                                            Real              1,096        1,096 100%
                                                                            Pagbilao            328         328    100%
                                                                            Gumaca              280         280    100%
                                                                            Calauag             277         277    100%
                                                                            Catanauan           777         777    100%
                                                                         Rizal                  320         320    100%
                                                                            Antipolo City       320         320    100%


                                                (ha.)                  PRV'L TOTAL            6,145   6209.0692 101%
                                                                         Batangas             1,400   1400.0000 100%
                                                                            Bat. City           600    600.0000 100%
                                                                            Calaca              800    800.0000 100%
                                                                         Cavite                 700    750.0000 107%
                                                                            Trece Martires      700    750.0000 107%
                                                                         Laguna                 450    450.0000 100%
                                                                            Los Baños           450    450.0000 100%
                                                                         Quezon               3,385   3462.0692 102%
                                                                            Real              1,296 1,321.0000 102%
                                                                            Pagbilao            212    240.0000 113%
                                                                            Gumaca              358    358.0000 100%
                                                                            Calauag             364    388.0692 107%
                                                                            Catanauan         1,155 1,155.0000 100%
                                                                         Rizal                  210    147.0000    70%
                                                                            Antipolo City       210    147.0000    70%


                                                Patents signed (no.)   PRV'L TOTAL                         7,028
                                                                         Batangas                          2,100
                                                                            Bat. City                      1,100
                                                                            Calaca                         1,000
                                                                         Cavite                            1,100
                                                                            Trece Martires                 1,100
                                                                         Laguna                             750
                                                                            Los Baños                       750
                                                                         Quezon                            2,758
                                                                            Real                           1,096
                                                                            Pagbilao                        328
                                                                            Gumaca                          280
                                                                            Calauag                         277
                                                                            Catanauan                       777
                                                                         Rizal                              320
                                                                            Antipolo City                   320




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                                                     Performance                                       Accom-
        Program/Activity/Project   MFOs   OVIs                            Region/PENRO       Target                %   Remarks
                                                      Indicators                                      plishment
                                                 Patents signed (has.) PRV'L TOTAL                    6164.0692
                                                                      Batangas                        1400.0000
                                                                            Bat. City                  600.0000
                                                                            Calaca                     800.0000
                                                                         Cavite                        750.0000
                                                                            Trece Martires             750.0000
                                                                         Laguna                        405.0000
                                                                            Los Baños                  405.0000
                                                                         Quezon                       3462.0692
                                                                            Real                      1,321.0000
                                                                            Pagbilao                   240.0000
                                                                            Gumaca                     358.0000
                                                                            Calauag                    388.0692
                                                                            Catanauan                 1,155.0000
                                                                         Rizal                         147.0000
                                                                            Antipolo City              147.0000


           Patent Processing                     Patents processed    PRV'L TOTAL                          7,028
                                                 (no.)                   Batangas                          2,100
                                                                            Bat. City                      1,100
                                                                            Calaca                         1,000
                                                                         Cavite                            1,100
                                                                            Trece Martires                 1,100
                                                                         Laguna                             750
                                                                            Los Baños                       750
                                                                         Quezon                            2,758
                                                                            Real                           1,096
                                                                            Pagbilao                        328
                                                                            Gumaca                          280
                                                                            Calauag                         277
                                                                            Catanauan                       777
                                                                         Rizal                              320
                                                                            Antipolo City                   320


                                                 (has.)               PRV'L TOTAL                     6164.0692
                                                                         Batangas                     1400.0000
                                                                            Bat. City                  600.0000
                                                                            Calaca                     800.0000
                                                                         Cavite                        750.0000
                                                                            Trece Martires             750.0000
                                                                         Laguna                        405.0000
                                                                            Los Baños                  405.0000
                                                                         Quezon                       3462.0692
                                                                            Real                      1,321.0000
                                                                            Pagbilao                   240.0000
                                                                            Gumaca                     358.0000
                                                                            Calauag                    388.0692
                                                                            Catanauan                 1,155.0000
                                                                         Rizal                         147.0000
                                                                            Antipolo City              147.0000


   2.      Public Land Survey                    area surveyed (has.) PRV'L TOTAL             6,145   6206.8706 101%
                                                                         Batangas             1,202   1260.0491 105%
                                                                            Bat. City           376    433.8131 115%
                                                                            Calaca              826    826.2360 100%
                                                                         Cavite                 826    826.4022 100%
                                                                            Trece Martires      826    826.4022 100%




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                                                         Performance                                        Accom-
       Program/Activity/Project        MFOs   OVIs                             Region/PENRO       Target                %      Remarks
                                                          Indicators                                       plishment
                                                                              Laguna                 452    452.6075 100%
                                                                                 Los Baños           452    452.6075 100%
                                                                              Quezon                3465   3467.7009 100%
                                                                                 Real               1226 1,317.8610 107%
                                                                                 Pagbilao            476    422.4975    89%
                                                                                 Gumaca              476    376.5894    79%
                                                                                 Calauag             461    494.3105 107%
                                                                                 Catanauan           826    856.4425 104%
                                                                              Rizal                  200    200.1109 100%
                                                                                 Antipolo City       200    200.1109 100%


                                                     lots surveyed (no.)    PRV'L TOTAL                        6,815
                                                                              Batangas                          2172
                                                                                 Bat. City                      1026
                                                                                 Calaca                         1146
                                                                              Cavite                            1470
                                                                                 Trece Martires                 1,470
                                                                              Laguna                             686
                                                                                 Los Baños                       686
                                                                              Quezon                            2260
                                                                                 Real                            946
                                                                                 Pagbilao                        375
                                                                                 Gumaca                          324
                                                                                 Calauag                         296
                                                                                 Catanauan                       319
                                                                              Rizal                              227
                                                                                 Antipolo City                   227


CENTRAL OFFI CE FUNDED


  1.      Titling of school sites                    school sites titled(no) PRV'L TOTAL             125         132    106%
                                                                              Batangas                24          27    113%
                                                                                 Bat. City            12          15    125%
                                                                                 Calaca               12          12    100%
                                                                              Cavite                  22          22 100%
                                                                              Laguna                  24          28 117%
                                                                              Quezon                  35          35 100%
                                                                                 Real                  7           7 100%
                                                                                 Pagbilao              7           7 100%
                                                                                 Gumaca                7           7 100%
                                                                                 Calauag               7           7 100%
                                                                                 Catanauan             7           7 100%
                                                                              Rizal                   20          20    100%


  2.      Processing and Issuance       1     1.1    Patents issued (no.)   PRV'L TOTAL             6627        4,655   70%
          of Residential Free Patent                                          Batangas              3500        1650    47%
                                                                                 Bat. City          2500        1250    50%
                                                                                 Calaca             1000         400    40%
                                                                              Cavite                 900         900    100%
                                                                              Laguna                 527         395    75%
                                                                              Quezon               1,100       1,200    109%
                                                                                 Calauag             200         200    100%
                                                                                 Catanauan           300         300    100%
                                                                                 Gumaca              200         200    100%
                                                                                 Pagbilao            200         200    100%
                                                                                 Real                200         300    150%
                                                                              Rizal                  600         510    85%