Foresters, alumni propose amendments to SFM bill

The Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) Bill took the spotlight during the alumni technical forum on Apr. 19 at the Nicolas P. Lansigan Auditorium, College of Forestry and Natural Resources (CFNR). Foresters shared insights on issues affecting the SFM Bill that was introduced in the Lower House in 1990 to push...

CFNR, CFNRAA name 2018 outstanding alumni

Outstanding alumni of the College of Forestry and Natural Resources (CFNR) who have significantly contributed to forestry education, research, and leadership were recognized during the CFNR’s alumni homecoming celebration on Apr. 20 at the Nicolas P. Lansigan Auditorium. Dr. Jesus Bienvenido R. Rola, retired CFNR professor, received the Most Outstanding...

PRC accredits TREES as CPD provider

The Professional Regulation Commission through its Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Council for Forestry has approved the application of the Training Center for Tropical Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability or TREES, College of Forestry and Natural Resources as CPD Provider. The first training institution to be accredited by the said council, TREES...

UPLB products to be commercialized soon

UPLB is one step closer to sharing its technologies and products on a wider scale. This is through a ceremonial signing on May 2 held at the Obdulia Sison Hall, which marked the official beginnings of commercializing 14 UPLB products after gaining approval from the Department of Science and Technology...

Pahinungod seminar tackles food security

The importance of agriculture and nutrition were once again highlighted in the University as complementary disciplines that could address food security in the country. According to Dr. Domingo E. Angeles, professor of horticulture and chair of the UPLB Interdisciplinary Studies Center on Food and Nutrition Security (ISCFNS), food security requires...