This Code was enacted to institute land reforms in the Philippines and aimed at establishing owner-cultivatorship and the family-size farm as the basis of Philippine agriculture; achieving a dignified existence for the small farmers free from pernicious industrial restraints and practices; and making small farmers more independent, self-reliant and responsible citizens.The Code provides for: an
The Bureau of Soil Conservation shall have a headed by the Director of Soil Conservation, to be appointed by the President.
This Circular of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources creates the Land Management System (LAMS), as a National Coordinating Desk at the Land Management Bureau for the Monitoring of LAMS implementation Nationwide.
The provisions of section 61 of Commonwealth Act No.
This Memorandum Circular amends Section 180.D of the DENR Manual on Land Survey Procedures.
This Executive Order provides for the adoption of Integrated Coastal Management (ICM) as the national strategy for the sustainable development of the country’s coastal and marine environment and resources.
This Administrative Order, consisting of 8 sections, creates an Inter-Agency Committee on institutional arrangements for Land Management and Rural Development.
This Executive Order has been made in implementation of the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Programme (CARP) launched by the Presidential Proclamation No. 131 of 22 July 1987, published in the same Official Gazette, p. 3422-0-1.
This Administrative Order prescribes guidelines to implement the Upland Agroforestry Program which aims at distributing 4 million hectares of unproductive forestlands under the public domain in order to provide occupants with land tenure security and a source of livelihood, to enhance forest cover of forestlands, develop agroforestry farms and plantations, etc.The Administrative Order provides
This Executive Order, consisting of 6 sections, expands The Coverage of the National Greening Programme to cover all the remaining unproductive, denuded and degraded forestlands and its period of implementation is likewise extended from 2016 to 2028. All sectors, particularly the private sector, are encouraged to actively participate in the Expanded National Greening Programme.