Mines and Geosciences Bureau

Operation

 

Mining Projects Within Region XI

mines proj map

Operating Mines
  • 1 cement plant and 3 quarries
  • 1 Medium Scale Direct State Utilization Project
  • 10 Industrial Sand and Gravel quarries issued by LGUs
  • 151 sand and gravel quarries issued by LGUs
  • 27 earthfill quarries issued by LGUs
  • 5 small-scale magnesite quarries
  • 3 small-scale silica quarries
  • 2 small-scale limestone quarries
  • 2 small-scale chromite quarries

Mining Rights Granted

There are currently 57,576.23 hectares of land covered by approved mining tenements, namely:
  • 21 Mineral Prod’n Sharing Agreements(MPSA)
  • 6 Exploration Permit (EP)
  • 1 ISAG

Mining Tenement Areas (as of June 2010)
(Table 1 - List of Mining Tenement Areas)


Directory of Small Scale Mines (SSM) (as of June 2010)

Table 2- List of SSM by Province


Geo-Hazard Assessment and Mapping
(Table 3 - Classification of Areas Susceptible to Landslide and Flooding)

Province/Municipality
 
Land Slide Susceptability
Flooding Susceptability
Moderate
High
Very High
Moderate
High
Very High
REGION XI GANDTOTAL
212
175
27
222
274
7
Davao Oriental Sub-total
38
52
14
41
21
2
Boston
1
4
-
4
1
2
Cateel
4
7
-
1
10
-
Baganga
2
4
-
5
2
-
Caraga
6
3
2
-
1
-
Manay
2
5
-
2
1
-
Tarragona
4
5
1
1
2
-
Mati
3
12
 
2
1
-
San Isidro
3
3
2
4
-
-
Lupon
5
1
2
8
2
-
BanayBanay
-
2
1
6
-
-
Gov. Generoso
8
6
-
8
-
-
Compostela Valley Sub-Total
63
56
5
38
99
1
Compostela
2
2
-
-
14
-
Mabini
4
4
1
5
7
1
Maco
18
7
1
5
22
 
Maragusan
5
10
-
2
9
 
Mawab
3
2
1
-
11*
 
Monkayo
-
12
-
6
9
 
Montevista
7
4
2
9
6
 
New Bataan
3
6
-
1
12
 
Nabunturan
13
2
-
-
10
 
Pantukan
1
7
-
-
10
 
Laak
7
-
-
10
-
 
Davao del Note Sub-Total
36
9
-
46
54
1
Asuncion
7
1
-
6
2
 
New Corella
9
2
-
8
9
 
Sto. Tomas
5
2
-
-
10
 
Talaingod
-
3
-
-
3
 
San Isidro
4
1
-
8
-
 
Kapalong
5
 
-
2
-
 
Tagum
-
 
-
13
10
 
Panabo
-
 
-
6
8
 
Carmen
-
 
-
1
8
 
Dujali
-
 
-
2
3
1
Samal
6
 
-
 
1
 
Davao del Sur Sub-Total
75
58
8
97
100
3
Hagonoy
4
2
-
8
4
-
Padada
2
2
-
5
4
-
Sulop
9
3
-
10
5
1
Don Marcelino
5
3
1
2
8
-
Jose Abad Santos
8
4
-
6
16
-
Malita
9
2
-
8
18
-
Malalag
1
9
-
4
8
-
Sta. Maria
6
6
7
1
8
1
Sta. Crus
2
1
-
-
-
-
Bansalan
1
2
-
1
1
-
Kiblawan
9
4
-
10
2
-
Sarangani
4
5
-
4
1
-
Matanao
1
5
-
10
12
-
Magsaysay
4
8
-
10
5
1
Digos
10
2
-
18
8
-

News

Meet “Barry”, The Rare Fish in Mabini

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) never ceases to purport strategic ways to campaign in the conservation of the country’s environment and natural resources particularly on its protected areas. Communication, education and public awareness (CEPA) has been wrapped in varied instruments to connect to people and effectively deliver the message on the importance of conserving nature and its biodiversity.

Mascot is one of those tools. Thus, the creation of “Barry”.

“Barry” the barramundi cod/ humpback grouper (Cromileptes altivelis) mascot was designed to educate the people particularly in the spanning community of Mabini, Compostella Valley Province about the abundance of this rare species within the Mabini Protected Landscape and Seascape (MPLS).

The humpback grouper is a pale-greenish brown, black-spotted fish tagged as naturally rare and high priced both in the international and local market- ranging from P 2,000- P3,000 per kilo.

This species, which is now the flagship species of MPLS, shelters in inner-shelf reefs found underneath the Mabini waters. Although, its global distribution and population has been recorded as decreasing according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), their abundance has recently been recorded in the said protected area, which also reflects its “good condition” coral cover.

Through Barry, the DENR aims to open the eyes of the public on the presence of this rare and vulnerable species and the importance of conserving their home – the Mabini waters. Barry will be made visible during conducts of information drive to encourage the community to value the coastal and marine ecosystem and warn them about the consequences that entails illegal activities such as overfishing.

The caricature was launched in June 2019 at the DENR Marine Center, Sitio Mampising, Brgy. Tagnanan, Mabini, ComVal.

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