About Compostela Valley Province, Philippines

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Compostela Valley Province
is flanked by Agusan del Sur in the north, Davao Oriental in the east and south and Davao del Norte in the west.
BRIEF PROFILE
Capital: Nabunturan
Land Area: 428,120 hectares
Population: 519,110 as of 1995
Cities: 0
Number of Towns: 11 as of 1995

The land_______________________________

The province's climate is generally temperte with no marked rainy nor dry season. Typhoon-free, the province forms part of the bread basket of Mindanao.

A Brief History___________________________

Compostela Valley shares its origin and history with the other Davao provinces.

The People______________________________

Majority of the inhabitants are migrants from Cebu and other Visayan provinces. The cultural minorities in the province include the Mansak, Mandaya, Dibabawons, Mangguangans and Aeta groups such as the Talaingod, Langilan, and Matigsalug.

Commerce and Industry_____________________

Together with DAvao City and other Davao provinces, the province forms part of the Davao Gulf Area Development Zone, an economic development concept which integrates the development of urban trade/commercial centers in tandem with congruent rural areas.

Rice and corn are the predominant crops in the province. Banana, coffee and coconuts are also abundant. Commercial species of timber are available in its residual forests.

Compostela Valley and its sister province, Davao del Norte, are known to have the largest gold reserves in Southern Mindanao and the third largest in the country. Other identified mineral deposits are copper, manganese, chromite, bentonite, sand and gravel and other raw materials for construction.

The province has strong growth potentials for agri-industries in fruits and vegetables, tree crops, ornamental horticulture, cornfeeds, livestock and poultry, palm oil and rubber.

 

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