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    • Province of South Cotabato The South Cotabato Situation: A Glimpse to its Bamboo RZR Initiatives Provincial Environment Management Office 16 February 2011
      • it has 370,590 hectares of land on which:
        • 44.47 % classified as arable land suited for agricultural crops
        • 28.62% grassland
        • 84,124 hectares as timberland / woodland which is further subclassified as:
          • protection (18,296 hectares)
          • production (5,279 hectares)
          • Agroforest (27,233 hectares
          • Unclassified (33,316 hectares)
        • wetland area (fishponds) 222 hectares
        • miscellaneous 15,379 hectares
          • built up (2,732 hectares)
          • rivers / lakes (1,733 hectares)
          • Roads (2,766 hectares)
          • others (8,148 hectares
      Upper Valley Areas Lower Valley Areas Provincial Capital The Province of South Cotabato
      • Two (2) declared protected areas within the Province as the declaration of National Integrated Protected Area System (NIPAS Act) under Republic Act 7586, to wit:
        • Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape (MMPL)
        • (14, 008 hectares) of municipalities of Tampakan , Tupi , Polomolok , South Cotabato and Malungon of Sarangani Province
        • Allah Valley Protected Landscape (AVPL)* covering 102, 350 hectares of municipalities of T’boli , Lake Sebu , Surallah , South Cotabato and portion of Bagumbayan of Sultan Kudarat Province.
      • Note: Protected Area refers to identified portion of land and water set aside by reason of their unique physical & biological significance managed to enhance biological diversity & protected against destructive human exploitation
      The Province of South Cotabato
    • The Province of South Cotabato Allah Valley Areas Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape
    • The Province of South Cotabato
    • Areas That Needs Protection Municipality/City Forest Land(has.) Tenured (has) Untenured (has.) Koronadal   14,566   1,995.71 12,570.29 Tantangan   3,884   3,036.86 847.14 Norala   488   1,405.20 483.99 Banga   6,439   629.56 5,809.44 Surallah   6,046   None 6,046 T’boli   72,227   46,100 26,127 Lake Sebu   83,418   39,004 44,414 Sto. Niño   None   None None Polomolok   3,742.00   1516.23* 2,225.77 Tupi   12,406.00   1207.108 11,198.89 Tampakan   19,717.00   8754.24 10,942.76 TOTAL   222,933.00 102,132.68 120,665.28 * Excluding Protected Area within MMPL Source: DENR (ENR Profile)
    • Our Current Riverbanks
      • FLOODING
        • Devastation of agricultural products and properties
      Land Use Change Issues: Destroyed bridge at New Dumanggas, T’boli during 1995 floods Tubi-Allah, Surallah last July 2008 floods
      • utilization of banks for agricultural purposes
      • unstabilize river / creek banks
      Eroding riverbanks in the uplands A braided river in the uplands due to ABSENCE of riverbank VEGETATION Land Use Change Issues:
      • Eroding riverbanks in the uplands resulted to siltation of rivers in downstreams
    • 1989:Six(6) years before the Maughan flooding 2002: 6 years after the Maughan flooding Using RS to Monitor Land Use Change
    • Riparian Zone Revegetation Program
      • A riparian zone or riparian area is the interface between land and a river or stream
      • It is the Planting , nurturing and growing of suitable and appropriate species of trees, shrubs and grasses along the riverbanks or riparian areas of the river systems.
      • Ambalgan, Sto. Nino
      WHY RE-VEGETATION? Re-Vegetation is an alternative, least-costly non-structural measure to prevent or reduce destructive effects of the braiding river system, if vegetation is properly placed or grown in the riparian zones.
    • The Province of South Cotabato
      • Major Tributaries:
      • Allah River
      • Banga River
      • Sapali
      • Palian
      • Taplan
      • Marbel
      • Silway
      • Makar
      • Klinan
    •  RZR Intervention from CY 2007-2010 Lake Sebu T’boli Tupi Banga Tampakan Koronadal Polomolok Surallah Norala
      • Brgy. Lower Maculan
      • Planted 5,000 bamboo sdlngs. in partnership with
      • MENRO, AVLDA, Mahintana Foundation, Inc., BLGU &
      • landowners
      • 70% mortality due to typhoon Frank & remaining
      • 30% was damaged by stray animals & floods
      • Brgy. Upper Maculan
      • 4,000 bamboo sdlngs. at the landslide
      • and riparian areas w/ a stretch of 12kms.
      • benefiting10 landowners
      • Brgy. Lamcade
      • 5,000 bamboo sdlngs. along Tomon Falls,
      • Klingon-Odi & Allah riverbanks w/ a stretch of
      • 20kms.
      • 40% mortality due to stray animals
      • Brgy. Lahit
      • Planted 500 bamboo sdlngs. at the outlet of
      • Lake Lahit and distributed 300 to 8 farmers in
      • partnership w/ MENRO, Brgy. Council & landowners
      LAKE SEBU
      • Brgy. Halilan
      • 3,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a
      • stretch of 8kms. in partnership
      • w/ MENRO, Brgy. Council &
      • landowners
      • 98% mortality due to typhoon
      • Frank
      • Brgy. Lamlahak
      • Planted 4,900 bamboo sdlngs in
      • partnership with MLGU/MENRO,
      • BLGU and High School students
      • Brgy. Namnama
      • Planted 1,280 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of
      • 4.5kms. benefiting 20 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last June 17,2010 in partnership with
      • City ENRO, Brgy. Council, Koronadal Pastoral Parish
      • (GKK), PDEA, and landowners/claimants
      KORONADAL CITY
      • Brgy. Caloocan
      • Distributed and planted 1,285 bamboo sdlngs. in
      • partnership with City ENRO, Brgy. Council,
      • Koronadal Pastoral Parish (GKK), PDEA, and
      • landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. San Jose
      • 1,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of
      • 6kms. benefiting 18 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last June 11,2010 in partnership
      • with MENRO, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Lambingi
      • 1,000 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 4kms.
      • benefiting 5 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last January 2009 in partnership with
      • MLGU, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • 90% mortality due to floods & stray animals
      • Brgy. Reyes/Improgo/El Nonok
      • 1,000 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 4kms.
      • of Banga river (from Banga bridge upward)
      • Planted last February 2009 in partnership with
      • MLGU, NIA, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • 100% mortality due to typhoon Frank
      • Brgy. Punong Grande
      • 850 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 3kms.
      • benefiting 15 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last July 15,2010 in partnership with
      • MLGU, BLGU and landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Cabuling
      • 1,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 6kms.
      • benefiting 25 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last June 8,2010 in partnership with
      • MENRO, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Lampari
      • 1,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 6kms.
      • benefiting 30 landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Lamba
      • 500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 2kms.
      • benefiting 15 landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Lam-apos
      • Planted 1,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a
      • stretch of 6kms. last August 20,2010
      • benefiting 15 landowners/claimants
      BANGA
      • Brgy. Crossing Rubber
      • 500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 6kms.
      • benefiting 12 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last May 19,2010 with Prov’l. Parole &
      • Probation Office, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Distributed and planted 950 bamboo hills to 50
      • farmer landowners at Sitio Tokalabong
      • Brgy. Lunen
      • 500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a
      • stretch of 2kms. benefiting 7
      • landowners/claimants in
      • partnershipwith MLGU, DENR,
      • BLGU and landowner/claimants
      TUPI
      • Brgy. Kablon
      • 3 , 500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 14kms.
      • benefiting 12 landowners/claimants
      • Planted last Sept 10,2010 with Brgy. Council,
      • 72 nd IB and landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Kalkam
      • Planted 1,000 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of
      • 4kms. benefiting 35 landowners/claimants last
      • Aug.5,2010 with Brgy. Council and landowners/
      • claimants
      • Brgy. Tubeng
      • Planted 1,000 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of
      • 4kms. benefiting 20 landowners/claimants last
      • September 8,2010 with Brgy. Council and
      • landowners/
      • claimants
      • Brgy. Linan
      • Distributed and planted 2,750 bamboo sdlngs.
      • w/ a stretch of 11kms. With Brgy. Council &
      • landowners/claimjants
      • Brgy. Poblacion
      • Distributed 2,575
      • bamboo sdlngs to land
      • owners/claimants in partner
      • ship with MLGU
    • T’BOLI
      • Brgy. Kematu
      • Planted 2,400 bamboo hills along Kematu river from 2007 – 2009
      • 40 % mortality rate due to flooding and continuous replanting activity to replace damaged/dead bamboo
      • Planted 4,000+ diff. forest tree species as part of their “Kehulek Dlag” reforestation program
      • Maintained by company’s nursery crews
      Tribal Mining Corporation
      • Brgy. Afus
      • 600 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 2kms. benefiting 7 landowners /claimants
      • Planted last February 2009 with MENRO, BLGU and landowners/claimants
      • Additional 100 bamboo hills in partnership with Afus Tribal Mission Church
      • Brgy. New Dumangas
      • 925 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 3.7kms. from 2008 – July 2010 in partnership with MENRO, BLGU and landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Kematu
      • Planted 250 bamboo hills last April 30, 2008
      • Only 35% survival rate mostly in the left side
      • of concrete bridge (going TMBMPC office) due to stray animals
      T’boli Minahang Bayan Multi –Purpose Cooperative
      • Brgy. Kematu
      • Planted 350 bamboo hills last 2009
      • Only 30 bamboo hills survived or almost 10% survival rate
      • Cause of mortality : stray animals
      Tribal Leaders Development Foundation, Inc
      • Adopted areas at Nawan Creek
      • High mortality rate due to stray animals and no maintenance made
      Upland Banana Corp. – SUMIFRU
      • Planted 200 bamboo hills, 165 Narra and 35 Rain Tree along the junction of Ga –ao and Laconon River last February, 2010
      • Planted 94 Mahogany sdlngs. along Sapali River at Brgy. Edwards
      • 400 survived out of 650 bamboo hills planted along Nawan creek last 2008
      • Planted 50 bamboo hills at the headwater of Nawan creek last 2007 with 88% mortality
      • Cause of mortality: Flood & stray animals
      Dole TMFGC, JP – SAC & Laconon 100 MPC
      • 825 bamboo hills w/ a stretch of 3kms. at Brgy. Poblacion in partnership with MENRO, GKK (Sitio Spring & Saging), BLGU and landowners/claimants
      • 725 bamboo hills w/ a stretch of 2.9kms. at Brgy. Edwards
      • Distributed and planted 2,880 bamboo hills (Brgy. Monogkayo, Salacafe,Poblacion& Malugong)
      • * Note: Planting activities in partnership with MENRO, BLGU & landowners/claimants
    • SURALLAH
      • Planted 800 bamboo hills with 0%
      • survival rate at Brgy. Dajay, Surallah due to
      • flood and stray animals last 2008
      • adopted area of SOCOTECO I & Surallah
      • Water District
    • TAMPAKAN
      • Brgy. Buto
      • Planted 1,350 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 5.4kms. last 2008 in partnership with MENRO, SMI, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Additional 1,500 bamboo hills planted last May 31,2010
      • Brgy. Lampitak
      • Planted 500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 2kms. last 2008 in partnership with MENRO, SMI, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Danlag
      • Planted 1,220 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 4.88kms. in partnership with MENRO, SMI, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Additional 1,500 bamboos planted last June 2010
      • Brgy. Liberty
      • Planted 2,410 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 9.64kms. last in partnership with MENRO, SMI, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Sta. Cruz
      • Planted 1,500 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 6 kms. last June 16,2010 in partnership with MENRO, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Kipalbig
      • Distributed & planted 2,500 bamboo sdlngs. in partnership with MENR, Brgy. Council and landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. Poblacion
      • Distributed 630 bamboo sdlngs. to landowners/claimants
      • Brgy. San Miguel
      • 2,700 bamboo sdlngs. w/ a stretch of 10.8kms.
      • With 0.25% survival rate due to flood
      • Planted last 2007 in partnership with
      • AVLDA,MLGU, SMI, Brgy. Council and landowners
      • Brgy. Initiative: diking and establishment of
      • gabions
      NORALA
    • POLOMOLOK
      • Delivered 5,000 bamboo hills to Polomolok Water District for Watershed Rehabilitation Program
      • Planted 2,763 bamboo hills benefiting 15 farmer landowners along riparian areas of Brgy. Pagalungan, Lumakil, Poblacion, Sulit, Magsaysay & Maligo
    • MOA with the concerned barangay, PLGU, MLGU, Adopter Pledge of Commitment of the Affected Land Claimant Initiatives:
      • Activities such as:
      • Creation of M/BERZMC
      • Banga with EO for MERZMC:
        • Punong Grande
        • Reyes
        • San Jose
        • San Vicente
        • Yangco
        • Lamba
      • Lake Sebu with EO for MERZMC
        • Lamcade
      • Norala
        • B.S. Aquino
        • Dumaguil
        • Puti
        • San Miguel
        • Tinago
      • Sto. Niño
        • Ambalgan
        • M. Roxas
        • Panay
        • Poblacion
      • T’boli with EO for MERZMC
        • Laconon
        • New Dumangas
        • Poblacion
      • Surallah with EO for MERZMC
      Initiatives:
    • Source: Actual Monitoring of PEMO and data submitted by the MENRO and BLGU
    • Note: a) Total Volume Harvested (Afus / Botong / Kawayan Tinik / Bayog / Laak) b) Data from CENRO GSC and CENRO Banga
    • Note: a) Data from MENROs and Barangay List of harvestable bamboo per municipality Municipality Number of Bamboo Clumps Afus Bayog Botong Kawayan Tinik Bolo Laak Patong Dalusan Kiling Kagingking Koronadal 60 2,430 2,380 1,680 50 200 Tampakan 1,749 392 2,359 593 40 1,600 474 315 Tantangan 135 125 547 632 214 Tupi 1,455 44 509 97 80 82 13 107 Polomolok 660 2,180 333 Surallah 299 489 131 596 Banga 548 287 714 1,254 Norala 255 Sto. Niño Lake Sebu 12,708 5,500 145 170 T’boli 6,034 200 2,500 395 5,348
      • 1. Top Producers of Bamboo Poles and Split
        • T’boli Koronadal
        • Lake Sebu
      • Price Range: Delivered to GSC
      • Pole: PhP450.00 to 500.00
      • Split: ~PhP35.00/bundle (12 pcs/bundle)
      • 6 ft in length
      • Pick up Price:
        • Pole: Afus : PhP60.00/pole (45 ft)
        • Botong: PhP10.00/pole (32 ft)
        • Bayog & Kawayan: PhP30.00 (35 ft)
      • Split: ~PhP1.00/pc (12 pcs/bundle)
      • 6 ft in length
      • 2. Top Producers of banana props
        • T’boli
        • Tampakan
      • Price Range of Pole: ~ PhP6.00 (pick up price)
      • ~ PhP12.00 (delivery price)
      • 3. Producers of bahay kubo, furniture and other handicrafts
        • Tampakan Koronadal
        • Banga Tantangan
        • Tupi Polomolok
      Existing Bamboo Products
      • High mortality rate of planted bamboo was due to stray animals and flash floods;
      • Lack of commitment of some MLGUs/ BLGUs on environmental concerns;
      • People are not aware of the economic importance of bamboo;
      • Lack of point person to look into the production of bamboo;
      • No existing organizations for bamboo growers
      • Created/organized MERZMC/BERZMC is not functional;
      • No concrete plan for bamboo production, marketing and industry promotion
      Issues and Concerns:
      • Strict implementation of resolutions/ordinances on environmental protection and stray animals;
      • Inventory of Bamboo resources per species in all 199 barangays of South Cotabato;
      • Organization of P.O. to look into the production and marketing of the bamboo;
      • Promotion of bamboo industry as source of alternative livelihood in upland areas;
      • Enhanced Technical and Financial Support System from PLGU, MLGU, Financial Institutions and other Stakeholders;
      • Encourage investors in putting up bamboo nodes and hub;
      • Conduct various technology trainings from bamboo propagation to production; and
      • Strengthening and creation of MERZMC / BERZMC in the entire province.
      Recommended Actions:
      • Bamboo should be treated no less because of its various uses
      OF HOPE GRASS THE
    • Thank You Very Much RAMON B. PONCE DE LEON Provincial Environment Management Office South Cotabato