The RFRI organizational members, in celebration of the 2011 International Year of Forests, are holding the RFRI Seminar Series: Green Mondays from 11:00-12:00 on June 27, 2011 and then every first Monday of the month from July 4, 2011 to February 6, 2012. The seminar series is intended to raise awareness about the value of native forest biodiversity, conservation and sustainable development of “forests for people.” The seminar series will be held in the UP-Diliman Institute of Biology, Room 4105, Pavilion 4. We are also intending to have a live simulcast on www.dilc.upd.edu.ph and rainforestation.ph.
For. Metchie Gay Arnaiz, Going native with the National Greening Program.
February 13, 2012 (, 12.9MB)
Arch. Patrick Gozon, Evaluation of selected Philippine native trees for landscape design use. December 5, 2011 (PDF not available)
Cherylon Herzano, COMMUNITY-BASED RAINFORESTATION FARM ESTABLISHMENT: FPE’s Strategy for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development. January 9, 2012
(, 4.96 MB)
Denise Fontanilla, The Forest Resources Bill: Legislative Advocacy for Forest Restoration. November 14, 2011 (, 1.98 MB)
Benny Cumatang, Community-based NTFP management: The case of AGMIHICU’s traditional forest management systems. October 3, 2011 (, 5.22 MB)
Dr. Edwino S. Fernando, Seedling establishment in tropical rain forests: understanding the evolutionary strategies. September 5, 2011 (, 3.57 MB)
Atty. Jose Andres A. Canivel, Forest conservation in the Philippines: Past efforts and emerging approaches. August 1, 2011 (, 3.6 MB)
Dennis J. I. Salvador, The Arakan forest corridor development program. July 04, 2011
(, 21.0 MB)
Dr. Paciencia Milan, A paradigm shift in forest restoration. June 27, 2011 (, 4.8 MB)