and the timber industry, as well as the nature by which the government acted as an agent in the transactions of those stakeholders. This article will discuss the historical development of the timber and gold mining industries in the Philippines, and how they were affected by three critical junctures during the period of..
Jan 1, 2018 . In the Philippines, the wood industry is quite vibrant in Mindanao, especially the CARAGA Region, which is dubbed the Timber Corridor of the country. CARAGA is considered the leading producer of timber in the country. It covers 684,503 hectares (ha) of forest lands in Agusan del Sur, Agusan del Norte,..
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Key words. Forest management Forest policy Philippines Logging laws Wood Processing Reforestation Slash- and-burn cultivation Conservation. Research for this paper was supported by the East-West Center Environment and Policy Institute. The author would like to acknowledge the assistance of the Natural Resources..
The Philippines has lost a substantial part of its natural forest, and timber production has declined dramatically over the last three decades. Many of the problems associated with the large-scale destruction of the forest resource can be linked to a combination of land and concession tenure issues, and the lack of ability or will..
Apr 17, 2017 . Philippine Institute for Development Studies. Surian sa mga Pag-aaral. Pangkaunlaran ng Pilipinas. No. 2017-08 (April 2017). ISSN 2508-0865 (electronic). Policy Notes. Reviving the wood processing industry of the Philippines. Danilo C. Israel. PIDS Policy Notes are observations/analyses written by PIDS..
SMALLHOLDER TIMBER PRODUCTION AND MARKETING: THE CASE OF GMELINA ARBOREA IN CLAVERIA, NORTHERN MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES . Lessons learned by farmers include the greater advantages of harvesting the trees during the dry season to fetch better timber prices, cutting trees at full maturity for..
The wood industry. Wood-based activities, namely, logging, sawmilling, plywood and veneer manufacture, lumber and lumber products production, pulp and paper- making, rattan, bamboo and wooden furniture-making, woodcraft, and match-making belong to the wood industry. In the Philippines, the industry had..
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Main Author: Fowler, John A. (s):, English. Published: Washington, Govt. print. off., 1925. Subjects: Lumber trade > Philippines. Physical Description: iv, 43 p. incl. illus., tables. fold. diagr. 25 cm. Locate a Print Version: Find in a library..
From being a major log exporter in the 1960s-1980s the Philippines has become a net importer of logs. The country imported about 0.165 million m3 of logs in 2005 while exporting less than 1000 m3 of plantation logs. The decreasing log production and the ban on the export of lumber produced from logs coming from the..
Apr 7, 2011 . The current economic analysis is part of a broader assessment of the technical aspects and opportunities for use of native trees in upland farming in the Philippines, analysing current farmer practice, aspects of tree-site matching and agronomy of agroforestry systems (Santos 2007). The objective of the..
efficiency and competitiveness of the wood processing industry. With the global adoption of SFM and the mounting pressure from lending institutions for policy reforms as instruments of growth and development, the issue is revisited to examine whether these Philippine government policies promote or discourage such..
The Philippine. Furniture Industry. Philippine furniture manufacturers are known for their expertise in craftsmanship, hand-made work (e.g. carving, weaving) .. for the industry. Lack of sustainable supply of materials wood (EO. 23) and other non-timber products. Influx of foreign furniture products due to the low..
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THE PHILIPPINE LUMBER INDUSTRY. Litis J. Bor'j.a. C OLONEL CARMI A. THOMPSON, who was sent to the Philippines by Presi-. (lent Coolidge to make a survey of the economic conditions there, reported that the Islands had vast timber re- sources from which a large part of the hardwood requirement of the
However, the Philippine government has not duly acknowledged yet the importance of timber production by smallholder farmers and their contribution to sustain the wood industry. Existing policy disincentives constrain the establishment of tree farms and commercialisation of farm-grown timber. This paper has two..
access them are summarized in Table 1. The Philippine Forestry Statistics are available on the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) website from year 1990 to 2005. This yearbook includes various types of information related to forestry and forest industry, including estimates of the plantation area..
The main reason for this decline is the closure of sawmills brought about by the insufficient supply and high cost of materials which has affected their viability. The average recovery rate of Philippine sawmills was estimated at 60%. Lumber production in 1994 totalled to 407 thousand cubic meters which would indicate a..
Feb 13, 2017 . Maila Vasquez, executive director of the Philippine Wood Producers Association Inc. (PWPA) said the local wood industry is still reeling from Aquino administration's total log-ban policy, which bans harvesting of trees from natural and residual forests, with the signing of Executive Order (EO) 23 in 2011