CITY AGRICULTURE OFFICE

organizational structure

Remedios R. Sarzuelo
City Agriculturist

Margie A. Bulwag
Assistant City Agriculturist

Administrative Support Services Section

Jean L. Llesis
Administrative Officer II

Financial Unit

Communication Unit

Matilde E. Cejas
Administrative Assistant II
Jujit Q. Tagailo
Farm Worker II

General Services Unit

Ulyses D. Pagaduan
Administrative Aide IV/Driver II
Wilfredo T. Bagay
Administrative Aide IV/Driver II
Danilo Lerado
Adminstrative Aide IV/Driver I

Integrated Agricultural Laboratories

Vacant
Senior Agriculturist

Biological Control Laboratory

Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory

Bio-n Mixing Plant

Soil Testing Laboratory

Jennifer C. Atay
Agriculturist
Aileen T. Espartero
Agriculturist

Planning,Monitoring and Evaluation Division

Engr. Richard B. Leono
Supervising Agriculturist/IAL-OIC

Project Development Section

Engr. Lilianne A. Obre
Senior Agriculturist
Raiza Rose Michaela A. Barroso
Aquaculturist II
Phoebe Jane E. Leono
Agriculturist Technologist

Monitoring & Evaluation Section

Vacant
Senior Agriculturist
Rajane R. Paurom
Agriculturist II/MES-OIC
Gecel A. Quinquino
Agriculturist II
Velyn O. Tanzo
Farm Worker II

Field Operations Division

Vic Ian T. Alcontin
Supervising Agriculturist

Institutional Development Section

Vacant
Senior Agriculturist
Owen Hazel Q. Lagria
Agriculturist II/IDS-OIC
Orlando John M. Paulican
Agriculturist II
Maridol F. Guinita
Administrative Assistant II/Clerk IV
Juvee Lyne P. Timay
Administrative Aide IV/Clerk II

Inland Fisheries Section

Florencio P. Macabugto
Senior Aquaculturist
Ma. Jorgen P. Soriano
Aquaculturist II
Rachelle O. Quidlat
Aquaculturist II

Agriculturist Engineering Section

Engr. Naomieh H. Delos Reyes
Engineer III/CAgO-OIC
Engr. Joel O. Delos Reyes
Engineer II/AE-OIC
Engr. Febelino M. Rebote
Engineer II
Engr. Ezidden D. Orambon
Engineer II
vacant
Engineer II
Edwin S. Gultiano
Administrative Aide IV/Driver II

Crop Section

Elizabeth J. Jurolan
Senior Agriculturist

Rice Team

Floredel F. Tinoy
Agriculturist II
Sherwin E. Blanco
Agriculturist II
Arnulfo L. Edralin
Agriculturist II
Cresencia A. Taquillo
Agriculturist II
Ma. Cristie P. Roquillo
Agriculturist II

Corn Team

Myra S. Abejuela
Agriculturist II
Lucell P. Carpentero
Agriculturist II
Regienma A. Manaay
Agriculturist II
Roiland J. Leono
Agriculturist II
Trilby G. Padura
Agricultural Technologist

HVCDP Team

Emegen L. Disalan
Agriculturist II
Joan Marie A Diola
Agriculturist II
Jeramil M. Simborio
Agriculturist II
Erwin T. Cacay
Farm Worker II
Rodolfo T. Cuerquis
Farm Worker II

Organic Agriculture Team

Ronilo C. Inogencio
Agriculturist II/PTCL-Incharge

  • Office Description
  • Nature of Office

The City Agriculture Office of Malaybalay is one of the department of the City Government of Malaybalay mandated to ensure food security to the populace through the provision of effective and efficient services and facilities for increased production and productivity to crops, inland fisheries, and agri-livestock by assisting crop protection and insurance, facilitate credit/loans, provide extension services, education and trainings thereby availing livelihood projects of farm machineries, equipment and agri-infrastructures and facilities. 

The City Agriculture Office of Malaybalay nature of work is to ensure the provision of basic services and facilities. The office building established in 2005 with the Farmers Training Center becomes a venue for meetings, trainings and seminars to farmer-clienteles and organized farmer-associations/growers, cooperatives and organizations. Agriculturists designated as Agricultural Extension Officer and were assigned by team per commodity into Rice, Corn, HVCC, Organic and Inland Fisheries Program. The project Team will provide extension services, technical assistance and education to increase agricultural production and productivity. The Agricultural Engineers of Agricultural Engineering Section will provide basic agricultural engineering works such as ocular and topographic survey for irrigation, farm machineries/equipment, agri-infrastructure and facilities through preparation of program of works and detailed engineering designs. The Institutional Development Section will facilitate to organize and strengthen rural-based organizations, farmer associations/growers, agri-cooperatives and people’s organizations to capacitate them to undertake livelihood project including financial literacy programs that aims to assist for product development and promote them into farmer-entrepreneurs (“agri-prenuers”) producing quality, good agricultural/manufacturing practices (GAP/GMP) certified products marketed locally and internationally in the future.

Mission

1.Ensure food security to the populace.

2.Develop sustainable & diversified farmer-entreprenuers.

3.Provision of efficient and effective good agricultural practices engaging climate change adaptive and sustainable agricultural land management services and facilities.

4.Contribute social and economic development in the city.

Vision

The City Agriculture Office composed of competent, committed and God-centered personnel in collaboration with government and non-government agencies, will ensure food security of populace, and develop sustainable & diversified farmer-entrepreneurs, through efficient and effective good agricultural practices engaging climate change adaptive and sustainable agricultural land management measures thereby contributing to social and economic development of the city.

History

The Office is created in 1981 under the leadership of Mr. Romeo Pareño as the first Municipal Agricultural Officer of Malaybalay detailed and located before at the Provincial Agriculture Office of Bukidnon. In 1983, the municipal agriculture office was transferred at the Municipal Hall of Malaybalay. In 1985, Mr. Eriberto Bangis was the Municipal Agricultural Officer until 1990. In 1991, Republic Act No. 7160 known as The Local Government Code of the Philippines was also approved. It was then implemented in 1993 wherein the agricultural extension workers and some of the properties of the National Government Agencies (NGAs) all over the country were devolved to the Local Government Units (LGUs). One of the objectives of the devolution is to equip the manpower requirement to deliver the basic services promptly and appropriately to the clientele. In 1991, Mr. Andrew T. Bergado was the Municipal Agricultural Officer. He became also the 1st City Agriculturist since Malaybalay was created into a component City on February 11, 1998 by virtue of Republic Act 8490. In year 2009, the City Agriculture Office implemented its new organizational structure pursuant to City Ordinance 624 otherwise known as the reorganization of Malaybalay City.                                    

Contact Information

telephone/fax no.:

813-2940