Situated on the eastern part of Ifugao province, the municipality of Alfonso Lista is the
largest town in Ifugao in terms of population. It is bounded on the north by Mountain Province,
on the east and south by Isabela Province, and on the west by the municipality of
Aguinaldo. The town is accessible via the National Road which links the town to Isabela and westward to Aguinaldo and on to the provincial capital
of Lagawe. Terrain is mostly rolling hills with narrow plains which is an extension of the great lowland of Cagayan Valley.
Photo of Alfonso Lista Municipal Hall
Alfonso Lista used to be called Potia. Its people is a mixture of Ifugaos, Ilococanos, and migrants from Mountain Province.
The town is a major producer of rice and corn. Some of its farms are irrigated by water coming from nearby Magat Dam which is also a
an important source of fish products particularly Tilapia. The town also is home to several grazing lands for cattle.
Its proximity to Isabela, particularly Santiago City, Alfonso Lista can be developed as a producer of high value
crops especially fruits and vegetable. Its livestock industry can also be developed furhter to produce byproducts such as leather and milk.
Places of Interest
- Magat Dam
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Expansive Ground of the municipal hall
Corn is the primary product of Alfonso Lista.
Rollings Hills in Alfonso Lista
- Ifugao State University - Potia Campus
- Caragasan National High School
- Namillangan National High School
- Pinto National High School
- Sta. Maria National High School
Visit also : Aguinaldo,
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