DENR - CENRO Gensan Tap Lumberyard Dealers and WPP Holders in the implementation of the Roadmap on Environmental Crime Reduction
- Written by Administrator
The formulation of an organization of CENRO - General Santos City with Lumber Dealers and WPP Holders Association was one of the highlights of the said activity, an initiative in line with the implementation of the Roadmap on Environmental Crime Reduction in Region XII.
Attendees were lectured on the provisions of Executive Order or EO 23 known as “Declaring A Moratorium on the Cutting and harvesting of Timber in the Natural and Residual Forests and Creating the Anti - Illegal Logging Task Force“; DAO 97-32 or the “1997 Rules for the Administrative Adjudication of Illegal Forest Products and the Machinery, Equipment, Tools and Conveyances Used in Connection Therewith”; and Tree Registration (DENR Memorandum Circular No. 99-20).
IN PHOTO. (Regional Director RD Nilo Tamoria (center,in black jacket), PENRO Radzak Sinarimbo (3rd,L-R), OIC - CENRO - Gensan Abdul Cariga (3rd,R-L) with staff together with the group of Lumber Dealers and WPP Holders of CENRO - General Santos City.)
- Written by Administrator
Koronadal City – Winners of the recently concluded video documentary contest dubbed as “CineMa22m” were proclaimed on March 26, 2018, during the awarding rites coinciding with the flag raising ceremony at the regional office of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) here in Koronadal City.
Three out of the six entries made it to the honor roll in this video documentary contest. Students from Polomolok National High School (PNHS) bagged the top prize of P15,000 for garnering 1st place in the said contest for their entry entitled “Amyak Matutum” (B’laan for“Climb Matutum”). Poblacion Polomolok National High School (PPNHS) placed second for their video entitled “Amtutung” while Tupi National High School (TNHS) came in third for their entry entitled “Sa Lilim ng Mga Ulap” and were awarded cash prizes of P10,000 and P5,000, respectively. The three winners also received their plaque of recognition.
The participants were mentored and guided by Ms. Precy M. Regalado, Ph.D, a faculty of the Mindanao State University- General Santos City (MSU-GSC).
Moreover, cash prizes of Php3,500.00 each plus certificate of recognition were given to winners of special awards, as follows: Best Director - Glendale Aries Cadeliña – PPNHS (Amtutung); Best Editor - Darrel June Bocol of PPNHS (Amtutung); Best Screenplay - PNHS (Amyak Matutum); and Best Cinematography - TNHS (Sa Lilim ng mga Ulap).
The CineMa22m Organizers pose for posterity after the awarding ceremony.