(Pursuant to EO 192 as per Approved DENR Rationalization Plan)

Office of the Director

Phone: (63-2) 928-9313/927-4788Fax: (63-2) 920-0374


Office of the Assistant Director

Phone: (63-2) 927-4784 Fax: (63-2) 928-2778

OIC, Assistant Director

Planning and Project Management Services Division

Phone: (63-2) 927-6217 Fax: (63-2) 920-0368


Legal Division

Phone: (63-2) 927-7377

Atty. Alma T. delos Reyes-Lanzo

Forest Economics Division

Phone: (63-2) 926-2141 / 925-9796Fax: (63-2) 920-8650

Mr. Alejandrino R. Sibucao, Jr.

Section Heads
Mr. Eugene V. Estrada
Officer-In-Charge, Forestry Statistics Section

Mr. Alejandrino R. Sibucao, Jr.
Officer-In-Charge, Economic Analysis Section

For. Genesis J. Francisco
Chief, Forest Policy Section

Reforestation Division

Phone: (63-2) 927-2491 / 928-2891

For. Remedios S. Evangelista

Section Heads
For. Julie N. Tanguilig
In-Charge, Forest Nursery & Plantation Section

For. Rebecca B. Aguda
In-Charge, Forest Soils Section

For. Alicia L. Castillo
Chief, Watershed Management Section

FFor. Rebecca B. Aguda
Officer-In-Charge, Forest Seed & Tree Improvement Section

Natural Forest Management Division

Phone: (63-2) 927-6229 / 925-2135

For. Jesus A. Javier
Division Chief

Section Heads
For. Nemesio Beronilla
In-Charge, Utilization Section

For. Rene Siapno
In-Charge, Inventory Section

For. Raul M. Briz
In-Charge, Silviculture Section

Community-Based Forest Management Division

Phone: (63-2) 927-7278

For. Isabelita V. Austria

Section Heads
For. Angelita V. Racelis
In-Charge, Project Support Section

For. Nilda S. Patiga
Officer-In-Charge, Program Development Section

For. Luz Maria S. Lansigan
In-Charge, Network Development Section

Forest Land Use Division

Phone:(63-2) 929-1324 / 925-2140

For. Nely M. Butic

Section Heads
For. Peregrino S. Bagunu Jr.
Officer-In-Charge, ITP/Agro-forestry Section

For. Juliet G. Tolentino
Officer-In-Charge, Rangeland Section

For. Amie T. Rabang
Officer-In-Charge, Forestland Uses Section

Administrative Division

Phone: (63-2) 926-6526

Ms. Anita R. Bravante

Unit Heads
Ms. Alma Luz N. Contreras
Chief, Accounting Unit / Phone: (63-2) 927-6995

Mr. Zosimo I. Pedron
Chief, Budget Unit / Phone: (63-2) 920-4420

Ms. Rosalina M. Alforja
Officer-In-Charge, Cashier Unit / Phone: (63-2) 928-9605

Ms. Melinda C. Martinez
Chief, Personnel Unit / Phone: (63-2) 927-6978

Ms. Lucia C. Francisco
In-Charge, Records Unit / Phone: (63-2) 925-2141

Mr. Dencio R. Dadis
Chief, General Services Unit and concurrent OIC, Property Unit
Phone: (63-2) 927-5216

Office of the Auditor
Raymond F. Flores
Auditor IV, Commission on Audit / Phone: (63-2) 928-0271

Special Projects

Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management Project (INREMP)
For. Amie T.Rabang
concurrent Project Manager / Phone: (63-2) 332-3056

Forest Management Project (FMP)
For. Orlando A. Panganiban
concurrent Project Manager / Phone: (63-2) 928-0425

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