Community Based Forestry Management [CBFM] Program, padagos an asistensya sa Upland Farmers sa Rehiyon

An Community Based Forestry Management Program (CBFM) kan D-E-N-R padagus na nagdadara nin biyaya sa mga paralati o upland farmers sa paagi kan implementasyon kaini nin pangkabuhayan asin agroforestry programs digdi sa region.

Kan Marso 27 2015, isinagibo sa DENR Multi Purpose Hall an MOA signing entre kan DENR asin  Implementing People’s Organizations para sa mga bagong aprobado na CBFM projects sa rehiyon sa ngunian na taon. May total na 305 ektarya asin man 240 beneficiaries an naidagdag sa listahan kan programa hale sa mga probinsya kan Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Albay asin Catanduanes.

 

Segun ki DENR Regional Director Gilbert C. Gonzales, base man sa datus kan CBFM sa region  5, puon 2007 sagkod 2015, maabotsa 117 sites o total na 49,142.34 ektarya nin kadagaan an nasasakop kan programa kun saen maabot  man sa 8,824 indibidwal an nabibiyayaan kaini sa bilog na rehiyon .

An mga kabale sa programang CBFM  eyu  an mga  residentes na nasa laog o harani sa forest lands na piglalati an parte kan  lugar o nakadepende an saindang pagbuhay  sa mga rekursos kan kadlagan. Pigmukna bilang sarung lihitimong People’s Organization o “PO” an mga participantes kun saen pigrerepresentar kaini an interes kan kada miembro, pigprotehiran asin pigmamantiner an forest land na ipigkatiwala sa saindang pangangataman.

Nagkapira sa mga accomplishments sa lindong kan implementasyon ka CBFM an bunkhouse and nurseries constructi0n,establishment of agroforestry plantation pagtanum nin forest asin fruit trees kasabay an vegetable o cash crop production, composting asin pagbakal nin farm carabao asin pagditribuer kaini sa mga miembros kan Peoples’ Organization.

An CBFM, pigadaptar sa rehiyon kan 1994 susog man sa EO no. 263 na nag aadaptar sa CBFM bilang sarung national strategy pasiring sa sustinableng pag usar o pag gamit kan forest resourses kan nasyon. Pigpaluwas man an DENR AO 96-29 kan Oct. 10, 1996 para sa implementasyon kan programang CBFM sa Region V.

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CIMATU VOWS TO STRENGTHEN CENROs, ENFORCE ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS

“I will strengthen the CENROs,” says Secretary Roy A. Cimatu in his message during his recent visit in Bicol. Secretary Cimatu vowed to strengthen the Community Environment and Natural Resources Offices (CENROs) being the frontline unit which delivers the services of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to the people.

According to Secretary Cimatu, he will empower the Forest Protection Officers to ensure their welfare and security. “Hindi tama na binabantayan ninyo ang mga puno, pero hindi ninyo mabantayan at maipagtanggol ang inyong mga sarili. We will train you. Pag-aaralin natin yan,” he said.

Citing his major thrusts for the environment, Secretary Cimatu emphasized clean air, clean water and solid waste management. He vowed to protect the environment by strictly and fully enforcing the laws. “We will do something for the environment, and I need all of you,” he stressed. He is optimistic that with the help of all DENR employees all environmental laws will be implemented to the fullest.

Meanwhile, Secretary Cimatu expressed his awe to Bicol Region being home to the world’s most perfect cone volcano and the world’s smallest commercial edible extant fish. He said that both Mayon Volcano and the Sinarapan or locally known as “Tabios” should be protected including all our natural resources. His orders for their protection were made explicitly to the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officers and Community Environment and Natural Resources Officers where these two (2) wonders are found.

The Environment chief likewise warned employees about zero tolerance on corruption. “Do your work with honesty and integrity. Corrupt officials and employees will be punished. You don’t have a second chance with me,” the environment chief said. 

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DENR SECRETARY CIMATU PLANTS A PILI SEEDLING IN DENR BICOL. 

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