Learn more about Philippine forests, and forest protection and conservation through these learning resources that we have produced in partnership with our grantees and partners.
Best Friends of the Forest Movement Online Fellowship Program
Developed and implemented in partnership with Edukasyon.ph, our grantee, the Best Friends of the Forest Movement (#BFFMovement) Online Fellowship Program is an online course (open for everyone!) on how to become a BFF!
Sustainable and Inclusive Landscape Governance Dialogue Toolkit
Developed in partnership with Tropenbos International, this toolkit offers different perspectives, scenarios, tips, and tricks for designing and facilitating landscape dialogues.
Forests in the Anthropocene: Perspective from the Philippines Book Website
The diverse configurations of forests across the archipelago are the living heritage and beating landscape of our collective history and aspirations as peoples. The triumphs and travails of the Philippine forestry sector are vital depositories of environmental and development lessons for every Filipino. The book entitled Forests in the Anthropocene: Perspectives from the Philippines is part of the Forest Foundation’s Learning Landscapes Program objective to contribute to the public appreciation and understanding of forest conservation science, policy, and practice.
The Philippine Greenprint
The Philippine Greenprint is a network of environmental NGOs promoting the passage of four bills critical to the conservation of natural resources and the protection of people who take care of these resources (indigenous peoples, farmers, and fisherfolk).
Green Convergence – Virtual Library
This is an online library of downloadable resources and presentations of various topics in environmental protection and conservation, including forests, agriculture and food security, and climate change.
Araling Panlipunan Students in Grades 2 and 3 can learn about the biodiversity and cultural importance of the province of Isabela by streaming these learning videos for free.
Puno ng Buhay – Science Learning Videos for Grades 3 to 10
Science students in Grades 3-10 can learn all about climate and forests, ecosystems, biodiversity, and more by streaming the Knowledge Channel’s Puno ng Buhay series for free.
This online journal documents the first-hand experiences of researchers involved in Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services, and Traditions from Indigenous Forest Products (BEST Forest), a project in Bukidnon and Misamis Oriental.
Isabela Land Cover Updates
This website features the updated land cover assessment for the province of Isabela. It will serve as a benchmark data for future research and development initiatives in the provinces.
Bukidnon Land Cover Updates
This website features the updated land cover assessment for the province of Bukidnon, using data from 2005-2008.
Philippine Forest Cover Lost, Extent, and Gain
This forest cover is derived from a tree-cover global dataset showing the extent of the tree cover (2014), gain (2000-2012) and loss (2000-2014) in the Forest Foundation Philippines’ focal landscapes: Sierra Madre, Palawan, Samar and Leyte, and Bukidnon and Misamis Oriental.
ShareCom for Asia
ShareCom for Asia’s is a platform to promote a dynamic dialogue on various social/community forestry issues and initiatives, and use the knowledge and skills gained from it towards achieving sustainable and resilient local community development and forest ecosystem management.