DENR BICOL TRAINS BARANGAYS IN THE PILI WATERSHED CONVERGENCE AREA

Castilla, Sorsogon— More than 35 barangay officials from the 13 barangays included in the Convergence Area Development Plan (CADP), and representatives of Castilla Municipal Agriculture Office and Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO)-Sorsogon participated in the Training on Watershed Management for the Pili River Watershed held onĀ  6-7 October 2021. The training was geared continue reading : DENR BICOL TRAINS BARANGAYS IN THE PILI WATERSHED CONVERGENCE AREA

Carood Watershed Convergence Area

Undoubtedly, the Carood Watershed Convergence in Central Visayas is one of the most dynamic convergence projects in the country. It has been operating to diminish the seven municipalities’ recurrent concerns that hound the watershed for decades. Back in 2003, the common problem of seasonal flooding and the recurring issues of forest plantation fires, unsustainable farming continue reading : Carood Watershed Convergence Area

RCI TWG Bicol Tap MPMRD Scholars for the Proposed Talisay River CADP

The Regional Convergence Initiative Technical Working Group (RCI TWG) for Sustainable Rural Development in Bicol has forwarded its newest proposal to create a Convergence Area Development Plan (CADP) for Talisay River in Talisay, Camarines Norte. In its 1st Quarter Technical Working Group (TWG) meeting on January 17, 2020, at the Department of Environment and Natural continue reading : RCI TWG Bicol Tap MPMRD Scholars for the Proposed Talisay River CADP

Support Pours as Tarlac Convergence Area Nears 1st Anniversary

The community of San Jose, Tarlac continues to receive overwhelming support from the four NCI-SRD lead agencies as the Tarlac Watershed and Convergence Area Development Plan (CADP), which was launched last October 16, 2019, nears its first anniversary. The Department of Agriculture, Department of Agrarian Reform, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and Department of continue reading : Support Pours as Tarlac Convergence Area Nears 1st Anniversary