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    History

    The Guinobatan Rural High School was established in 1912 and held its first classes on June 3, 1912 . It was renamed as Guinobatan Rural High School in 1927; Roxas Memorial Agricultural School in 1950; Bicol University College of Agriculture (BUCA) in 1969 through RA 5521 and now known as Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry (BUCAF) because of the offering of Bachelor of Science in Forestry which started in 1991.

    Vision

    A world class University producing leaders and change agents for social transformation and development.

    Mission

    To give professional and technical training and provide advanced and specialized instruction in literature, philosophy, the sciences and arts, besides providing for the promotion of technological researches.

    BU Quality Policy

    Bicol University commits to continually strive for excellence in instruction, research and extension by meeting the highest level of clientele satisfaction and adhering to quality standards.

    Institutional Learning Outcomes:

    Every graduate of Bicol University must:

    Demonstrate critical thinking and integrative skills to solve problems and to support lifelong learning;

    Communicate effectively and appropriately orally and in writing for various purposes with the responsible use of ITC tools;

    Collaborate with diverse people ethically and with mastery of knowledge and skills in given discipline; and

    Create knowledge and innovation to promote inclusive development as well as globalization. 

    Goals of BU College of Agriculture and Forestry

    Produce employable graduates of relevant and responsive curricular programs in agriculture, forestry, environment and other agriculture-related programs;

    Generate and transfer scientific knowledge and technologies that are responsive to poverty alleviation, food security, economic productivity and sustainable development of resource-limited communities;

    Generate and expand the productive resource capacity and entrepreneurial capability of the college;

    Provide efficient and effective organizational support service delivery system and management;

    Provide adequate physical facilities and utilities that are supportive of the mandated institutional functions of instruction, research, extension and production.

    Facilities

    BUCAF has a human resource pool totalling to 62 teaching and 35 non-teaching personnel with varying fields of specialization in support to the academic and academic-related functions and programs of the college. The human resource capability is being continuously upgraded through a system of recruitment and staff development in both the degree and short term training programs undertaken here and abroad.

    Through the years the college was able to source out and build on its physical resources to ensure the delivery of services to its clientele and the community.

    BUCAF’s land area totals to 127.33 hectares: 47.11 ha for the main campus and 80.22 ha for the Mauraro campus. Mt. Masaraga also provides a facility especially for the forestry students and other related activities of the college.Classrooms, offices, laboratories, workshops, instructional, recreational and housing facilities are continuously being built or improved to meet the operational requirements for instruction, research and extension. The production ventures are also being expanded to increase income generation that could reinforce the regular budget of the college.

    Basic Statistics of the College

  • Programs

    MS in Agriculture

    • Major in Animal Science
    • Major in Agronomy
    • Major in Agricultural Extension

    Master in Rural Development

    Master of Science in Biodiversity and Environmental Management

    MS in Forestry

      Graduates of Bachelor of Science in Forestry program are professionals who:

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Respond to the changing needs needs of conservation, management and sustainable development;
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive animal development plans;
    8. Establish and manage plantation forest and woodlots as business enterprise;
    9. Conduct comprehensive assessment and accounting of forest ecosystem services and resources and social processes using appropriate ICT and related tools and methods;
    10. Assess climate change impact, risk and vulnerabilities on forest ecosystems and resources and to prepare climate change adaptation, mitigation and risk reduction plans;
    11. Formulate, package, implement and evaluate forest management related research, development, extension programs and projects;
    12. Interpret, asses and formulate forest related policies and laws; and,
    13. Utilize IT and other traditional and modern tools, approached, and methods in problem solving, planning, management, and other related activities.

    MS in Agribusiness

    Graduates of  BS Agribusiness program are professionals who:

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Create, generate and share knowledge as it apply to specific problems in the discipline;
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive agricultural development plans;
    8. Apply technical, entrepreneurial and  managerial competencies;
    9. Provide and apply  appropriate quantitative and qualitative tools for problem solving and decision making;
    10. Employ appropriate research and extension methodologies and techniques; and,
    11. Demonstrate managerial and entrepreneurial traits, values, skills and professional work ethics;

    MS in Agricultural Engineering

    Graduates of  BS Agricultural Engineering  program are professionals who:

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Create, generate and share knowledge in agricultural engineering.
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive agricultural development plans
    8. Provide agricultural engineering solutions in the context of socio-economic, environmental, and ethical contributions.
    9. Demonstrate techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
    10. Exhibit knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles,to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

    Diploma in Agricultural Technology

    Graduates of Bachelor in Agricultural Technology program are professionals who: 

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Formulate sustainable and productive animal development plans;
    7. Apply technologies in crop and animal production and relate activities according to industry standards;
    8. Teach agricultural technologies to students and various clients for manpower development in agriculture;
    9. Engage in agricultural enterprise; and,
    10. Employ relevant technologies in utilizing organic waste to produce economically viable products;
    11. Assess climate change impact, risk and vulnerabilities on forest ecosystems and resources and to prepare climate change adaptation, mitigation and risk reduction plans;
    12. Formulate, package, implement and evaluate forest management related research,development, extension programs and projects;
    13. Interpret, asses and formulate forest related policies and laws; and,
    14. Utilize IT and other traditional and modern tools, approached, and methods in problem solving, planning, management, and other related activities.

    Bachelor in Agricultural Technology Major in Agricultural Technology Education

    Graduates of Bachelor in Agricultural Technology program are professionals who: 

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Formulate sustainable and productive animal development plans;
    7. Apply technologies in crop and animal production and relate activities according to industry standards;
    8. Teach agricultural technologies to students and various clients for manpower development in agriculture;
    9. Engage in agricultural enterprise; and,
    10. Employ relevant technologies in utilizing organic waste to produce economically viable products.
    11. Assess climate change impact, risk and vulnerabilities on forest ecosystems and resources and to prepare climate change adaptation, mitigation and risk reduction plans;
    12. Formulate, package, implement and evaluate forest management related research, development, extension programs and projects;
    13. Interpret, asses and formulate forest related policies and laws; and,
    14. Utilize IT and other traditional and modern tools, approached, and methods inproblem solving, planning, management, and other related activities

    BS Agriculture
    Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (RA 7722);
    6. Create, generate and share knowledge as it apply to specific problems in the discipline;
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive animal development plans;
    8. Apply scientific method in the conduct of research activities;
    9. Demonstrate understanding and apply the concepts of agricultural productivity and sustainability in the context of motivational, regional and global developments;
    10. Engage in agricultural production and post-production activities;
    11. Promote sound and agricultural technologies to various clients and in the manpower development in agriculture; and
    12. Employ relevant tools in information technology in solving agriculture-related problems.

    BS Forestry
    Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in Forestry;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary teams;
    4. Act in recognition of forestry professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Respond to the changing needs of conservation, management and sustainable development;
    7. Formulate sustainable forest land use management plans;
    8. Establish and manage plantation forest plantation forest and woodlots as a business enterprise;
    9. Conduct comprehensive assessment and accounting of forest ecosystem services and resources and social processes using appropriate ICT and related tools and methods;
    10. Assess climate change impacts, risks and vulnerabilities on forest ecosystems and resources and to prepare climate change adaptation, mitigation and risk reduction plans;
    11. Formulate, package, implement and evaluate forest management related research, development, extension programs and projects;
    12. Interpret, assess and formulate forest related policies and laws; and
    13. Utilize IT and other traditional and modern tools, approaches and methods in problem solving, planning, management and other related activities.

    BS Agribusiness
    Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”;
    6. Create, generate and share knowledge as it apply to specific problems in the discipline;
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive agricultural development plans;
    8. Apply technical, entrepreneurial and managerial competencies;
    9. Provide and apply appropriate quantitative tools for problem solving and decision making;
    10. Employ appropriate research and extension methodologies and techniques; and
    11. Demonstrate managerial and entrepreneurial traits, values, skills and professional work ethics.

    BS Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering
    Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve complex AB engineering problems;
    2. Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data;
    3. Design an system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints in accordance with standards;
    4. Function on multidisciplinary teams;
    5. Identify, formulate, and solve complex AB engineering problems;
    6. Understand professional and ethical responsibility;
    7. Communicate effectively complex AB engineering activities;
    8. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context;
    9. Recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning;
    10. Know contemporary issues;
    11. Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice;
    12. Know and understand engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments; and
    13. Understand at least one specialized field of ABE practice.

    Ladderized Bachelor in Agricultural Technology
     Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Articulate and discuss latest developments in the specific field of practice;
    2. Effectively communicate orally and in writing;
    3. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams;
    4. Act in recognition of professional, social and ethical responsibility;
    5. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage” (RA 7722);
    6. Create, generate and share knowledge as it apply to specific problems in the discipline;
    7. Formulate sustainable and productive animal development plans;
    8. Apply technologies in crop and animal production and relate activities according to industry standards;
    9. Teach agricultural technologies to students and various clients for manpower development in agriculture;
    10. Engage in agricultural enterprise; and
    11. Employ relevant technologies in utilizing organic waste to produce economically viable products.

    Bachelor in Technical Vocational Teacher’s Education
    Program Learning Outcomes

    1. Demonstrate the competencies required of the Philippine TVET Trainers-Assessors Qualifications Framework (PTTAQF);
    2. Demonstrate broad, meaningful, and coherent knowledge and skills in any of the specific fields in technical and vocational teachers’ education;
    3. Apply with minimal supervision, specialized knowledge, and skills in any of the fields in technical teacher education;
    4. Demonstrate higher level literacy, communication numeracy, critical thinking, learning skills needed for higher learning;
    5. Manifest a deep and principled understanding of the learning processes and the role of teacher in facilitating these processes in their students;
    6. Show a deep and principled understanding of how educational processes relate to larger historical, social, cultural and political practices;
    7. Apply a wide range of teaching process skills (including curriculum development, lesson planning, materials development, educational assessment and teaching approaches; and
    8. Reflect on the relationships among the teaching process skills, the learning process in the students, the nature of content/subject matter and other factors affecting educational processes to continually improve their teaching knowledge, skills, and practices.
  • Faculty

    Almorfe, Sevella T.
    Assoc. Prof. IV
    BSA Soil Science Mgt. (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Envi. Science (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    Ph.D. in Soil Science (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
     
    Amaranto, Jerome Earl A.
    Instructor I (Temporary)
    BS Chemical Engineering (Technological Institute of the Philippines)
    Master of Science in Environmental Science (University of Nueva Caceres) 42 units earned
     
    Armendi, Vigilia G.
    Professor VI
    BSA Soil Science (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Crop Science ( Camarines Sur State Agricultural College, CSSAC now Central Bicol State University of Agriculture,CBSUA) 
    Ph.D. in Soil Science, minor in Environmental Science ( University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    Ph.D. in Public Administration, On-going-Dissertation (Bicol University)
     
    Bigornia, Jerry S.
    Assoc. Prof. III
    BSA Horticulture (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MAppSci. Agric’l.Dev’t. (University of Western Sydney)
     
    Bilaro, Virgil B.
    Asst. Prof. I
    BS Agricultural Engineering (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Environmental Engineering (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
    Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (University of the Philippines Diliman) on-going
     
    Buemia, Jennie O.
    Asst. Prof. I
    BS Agribusiness (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MMgt. Business Admn. (Bicol College)
    Ph.D. Management (Bicol College) w/ units
     
    Calpe, Estrella A.
    Professor I
    BS Agric’l. Eng’g. (Gregorio Araneta University Foundation)
    MSAgeng’g. (Central Luzon State University)
     
    Chavez, Judith R.
    Assoc. Prof. III
    BS Biology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Env. Biology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
     
    Comprado, Aileen E.
    Instructor I
    BS in Agricultural Extension (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    Master in Rural Development (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Dy, Roscefe B.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BSE Mathematics (Bicol University )
    MAEd. Mathematics (Bicol University Graduate School)
    Ph.D. Dev’t. Educ’n. (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
     
    Espartinez, Nancy M.
    Assoc. Prof. IV
    BS Agric’l. Eng’g. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MSAgeng’g. (Central Luzon State University)
     
    Estrella, Marissa N.
    Professor VI
    BSA Plant Patho. (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MSAgri.Plant Pathology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    Ph.D. Plant Patho, Minor: Horticulture & Agronomy (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
     
    Galicia, Genean L.
    Professor III
    BSA Entomology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MSAgri. Crop Prot. (Camarines Sur State Agricultural College)
    Ph.D. Entomology (University of the Philippines Los Baños) on-going
     
    Gonzales, Alberto B.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BS Forest Products Engineering (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Trop.For. Silviculture (Wageninyen Agricultural University)
    Ph.D. Dev’t. Mgt. (Bicol University Graduate School) 36 units earned
     
    Gonzales, Eddie Jr. J.
    Instructor I
    BS Agricultural Education (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Animal Science (Central Bicol State University of Agriculture)
     
    Gonzales, Efren N.
    Professor III
    BS Agric’l. Eng’g. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MBA Management (Divine Word College of Legazpi)
    Ph.D. Dev’t. Mgt. (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Gonzales, Ma. Julieta C.
    Professor III
    BS Human Ecology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS HumEcol. Farm Res. Mgt. (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    Ph.D. Dev’t. Mgt. (Bicol University Graduate School) 36 units earned
     
    Llanto, Lourdita A.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BS Food Technology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MSAgri. Animal Science; Master in Tropical Animal Production (Bicol University Graduate School; Larentein University)
    Ph.D. Animal Science major in Animal Physiology (Central Luzon State University)
     
    Llenaresas, Allan O.
    Assoc. Prof. II
    BS Ag. Ed Crop Sci. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MAEd., Admin Supervision (Republic Colleges)
     
    Macariola, Emma L.
    Asst. Prof. II
    BSE English (Divine Word College of Legazpi)
    MAEd., English (Bicol University Graduate School)
    Ed.D. Educ. Leadership & Mgt. (Bicol University Graduate School) CAR
     
    Maceres, Alwin Joseph M.
    Asst. Prof. I
    BSA Agronomy (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Agronomy (Bicol University Graduate School) w/units
     
    Maceres, Maureen M.
    Asst. Prof. I
    BS Agriculture major in Plant Pathology (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
    MS Agriculture (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Malinis, Arnulfo P.
    Professor VI
    BS AgEng’g. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MAGDev’t. Agric. Tech. Educ. (Visaya State College of Agriculture)
    Ph.D. Dev’t Management (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Malvar, Allan Adonis L.
    Asst. Prof. IV
    BS Forestry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Environmental Science (UNC)
     
    Mojados, Julieta V.
    Asst. Prof. III
    BS Agribusiness (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Entrep. (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Nace, Domingo Ll.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BSA AgEd. An. Sci. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MagDev’t. Agri. Tech. Educ’n. (Visaya State College of Agriculture)
    Ph.D. (University of Saint Anthony) CAR
     
    Nepomuceno, Catalina B.
    Assoc. Prof. I
    BS Pharmacy (University of Sto. Tomas)
    MAEd., Admin Supervision (Republic Colleges)
    Ph.D. Educ. Management (Bicol University Graduate School) 21 units earned
     
    Niro, John Fitzken Da Vinci M.
    Professor I
    BSAgEn’g. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS in Agricultural Engineering major in Crop Process Engineering (Central Luzon State University)
    Ph.D. in Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Niro, Myla L.
    Assoc. Prof. I
    BS Forestry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Res. Management (Central Bicol State University of Agriculture)
    Ph.D. in Forestry (University of the Philippines Los Baños) on-going
     
    Ocfemia, Gerardo O.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BS AgEd. An. Sci. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MAgSt. Animal Production (University of Manila)
    Ph.D. in Management (University of North Eastern Philippines)
     
    Octeza, Armando R.
    Assoc. Prof. IV
    BS Agrib. Mgt. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Res. Management (Camarines Sur State Agricultural College)
    Ph.D. Human Res. Mgt (University of North Eastern Philippines) 30 units earned
     
    Opeña, Maria Nenita E.
    Assoc. Prof. IV
    BS in Agriculture (Central Luzon State University)
    Master in Agricultural Technology Education (Central Luzon State University)
    Ed.D. Educational Management (Bicol University Graduate School) CAR
     
    Orbeta, Rubi R.
    Assoc. Prof. I
    BS AgEd. Crop Sci. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Agric’l. Extension (Central Bicol State University of Agriculture)
     
    Oringo, John R.
    Assoc. Prof. III
    BSCE Civil Eng’g. (Bicol University)
    MA Eng’g. Tech., Engineering (Camarines Sur Poythechnic College)
    Ph.D. Math Education (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Oriola, Marites O.
    Asst. Prof. II
    BSE Mathematics (Bicol College)
    MAEd. (Republic Colleges)
     
    Pacardo, Christopher O.
    Professor II
    BS Agricultural Engineering (Bicol University)
    Master in Engineering Technology (Camarines Sur Polytechnic College)
     
    Padayao, Antonio, Jr. P.
    Asst. Prof. III
    BSAgEd. Education (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Agriculture (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Payonga, Sylva Elena B.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BSBA Economics (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
    MMgt, Agrib. Management (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    Doctor in Business Administration (Aquinas University)
     
    Pequeña, Debbie Butch R.
    Instructor I
    BS in Agricultural and Biosystems (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
    Master of Science in Agricultural Engineering (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
     
    Pequeña, Teresita B.
    Professor III
    DVM Vet. Med. (Gregorio Araneta University Foundation)
    MS Agriculture, An. Sci. (Bicol University Graduate School)
    Ph.D. Agric. Science (De La Salle Araneta Univ. Graduate School)
     
    Ragas, Roselyn O.
    Instructor I
    BS Agribusiness (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    Master in Entrepreneurship (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Sambajon, Sarrah D.
    Instructor I
    BS in Agriculture major in Crop Science (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS in Agriculture major in Agronomy (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Satimbre, Alma O.
    Assoc. Prof. III
    BS Agrib. (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MBA, Business Management (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
    Doctor in Business Administration (Aquinas University) w/units
     
    Sola, Andrian G.
    Asst. Prof. I
    BSA Animal Science (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Agriculture (Bicol University Graduate School)
     
    Soniega, Joey A.
    Assoc. Prof. V
    BSA Plant Pathology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Plant Sci., Horticulture (Camarines Sur State Agricultural College)
    Ph.D. Horticulture (University of the Philippines Los Baños) on-going
     
    Sy, Darrel James N.
    Instructor II
    BS Forestry (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Forestry major in Forest Biological Science (University of the Philippines, Los Baños) on-going
     
    Toledo, Rommel T.
    Instructor I
    BSA Agric. Engineering (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MS Ag. Eng’g. (Camarines Sur Poythechnic College) on-going
     
    Zamora, Lorelei B.
    Professor III
    BSA Ag Ed. Agronomy (Bicol University College of Agriculture and Forestry)
    MAgStudies, Agric. Extension (University of Queensland)
    Ph.D. Dev’t. Education (Camarines Sur State Agricultural College) CAR
     
    Boten, Roy R.
    Instructor I
     
    Llanto,Lourdita A.
    Professor III
    BS Food Technology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
    MS Agriculture Major in Animal Science; Master in Tropical Animal Production (Bicol University School; Larentein University)
    PhD Animal Science Major in Animal Physiology (Central Luzon State University
  • Contact Us

    Bicol University
    College of Agriculture and Forestry
    Guinobatan, Albay

    Telefax Number: (052) 484-6336
    E-mail Address: bucaf100@yahoo.com
                             bucaf-dean@bicol-u.edu.ph 

  • Research and Extension

    Research

    A. Externally-Funded

    Water Security Under Climate Risks: A Phil. Climate Change Adaptation Strategy for the Agriculture Sector

    (Bicol Agri-Water Project)

    Dr. Antonio P. Payonga, Prof. Sarah D. Sambajon

    On-going

    National Research and Development Project for Watershed Management in the Phils. (Phase II)

    Dr. Antonio P. Payonga, Engr. Alberto Bonde Gonzalez, Engr. Virgil B. Bilaro

    On-going

    Technology Development and Promotion for the Conservation, Production and Commercialization of Indigenous Organic Upland Rice in Selected Areas in the Bicol Region (Bicol Upland Rice Project)

    Dr. Antonio P. Payonga, Prof. Jose T. De Leon, Dr. Marissa N. Estrella

    On-going

    Program: Reinvigorating the Phil. Coconut Industry through the Coconut Somatic Embryogenesis Technology(CSET)

    Dr. Marissa N. Estrella, Prof. Glenrose B. Belen

    On-going

    Revitalizing the Abaca Industry through Science and Technology Interventions for Higher Crop Productivity Using High-Yielding and Bunchy Top Resistant Abaca Hybrids

    Dr. Marissa N. Estrella, Prof. Alwin Joseph M. Maceres

    On-going

    Research Program for the Development of a Coconut Processing Facility in the Bicol Region

    Dr. Marissa N. Estrella, et. al.

    On-going

    Project: Pro-water: Promoting Water and Sanitation Access, Integrity, Empowerment, Rights & Resiliency

    Prof. Arvin G. Malonzo, et. al.

    On-going

    Project: Systematization of Albay Province Capacities on Disaster Risk Reduction Management

    Prof. Arvin G. Malonzo, et. al.

    On-going

    Study: Commercialization of Selected Agroforestry Technologies in Selected Communities in Albay

    Engr. Alberto Bonde Gonzales, Prof. Ma. Julieta C. Gonzales

    On-going

    Program: Smarter Approaches to Reinvigorate Agriculture as an Industry (SARAI)

    Study: Integrated Crop Management for Corn

    Prof. Maria Lara B. Balingasa

    On-going

    Genetic Characterization, Gap Documentation and Germplasm Establishment of the Bicol Pride Vegetable Commodity: Gabi (Colocasia esculenta L.)

    Prof. Maria Lara B. Balingasa, Dr. Luis O. Amano

    New

    Bamboo Groove Establishment for Climate Change Resiliency in Quinali: A Sub-watershed in the Province of Albay

    For. Jeffrey R. Sapillar, Prof. Sevella G. Tabayag, Prof. Glenrose B. Belen

    New

    Community eCenter as Venue for Science and Technology-based Climate Smart Initiatives for Resiliency and Sustainability of Vulnerable Upland and Lowland Communities

    Dr. Leilani D. Pavilando, et. al.

    New

    Bicol University Bamboo Utilization and Technology Development (BUbuted)

    For. Jeffrey R. Sapillar, et.al.

    MOA in progress

    Development of a Climate Resilient Mt. Malinao Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation Project

    Prof. Ma. Julieta C. Gonzales, Engr. Alberto Bonde Gonzales, Dr. Gerardo O. Ocfemia

    MOA in progress

    Field Assessment of Actinomycete Inoculant for Enhancing the Growth and Yield of Rainfed Lowland and Upland Rice in Albay

    Ms. Jayvee A. Cruz, Ms. Judith R. Chavez

    MOA in progress

    B. Internally Funded

    Value Chain Analysis of Pen Shell in the Bicol Region

    Dr. Viola L. Amano, Prof. Julieta V. Mojados

    New

    Extension

    “ Program on Climate Resilient Initiatives for Sustainable Watershed Management in Albay”

    DAS-Farm, Family and Community-Managed Food Security and Biodiversity Coinservation Along the Slopes of Mt. Mayon Project

    DF- Development of BUCAF Mauraro Campus as a resilient Micro-watershed management Model in Albay

    Dab- Farm Enterprise Development Project

    DAEn- Establishment of a Climate-Smart energy Efficient Aquaponics System Project

    ATD- Scienceand Technology and Promotion for the Conservation, Production and Commercialization of indigenous Organic Upland Rice in Selected Areas in the Bicol Region (Bicol Upland Rice) Project

    DF- Commercialization of Selected Agroforestry Technologies in Selected Communities of Albay

    DAS, DF & DAEn- National Research and Development Project for watershed Management in the Philippines.

    Other projects:

    Camarines native chicken project

    Farmer entrepreneurship project

    Bicol agri water project

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