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Symposium and Training on Landscape Restoration for Post Coal Mining in Indonesia

Mark your date:

March 6-9, 2012 we plan to organize a collaborative work of Environmental and Leadership Training Initiative (ELTI), Tropenbos International Indonesia Programme (TBI Indonesia), Ministry of Forestry (MOF), Government of East Kalimantan Province, and Bogor Agriculture University (IPB), to introduce landscape approach of post mining restoration.

Detail of this symposium and training will be posted here very soon. Interested to attend? Please contact me at…

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Added by Petrus Gunarso on January 22, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Wanagama - an example of restoration of highly degraded forest

Wanagama is protected forest located in Gunung Kidul district, the south part of Yogyakarta, covered about 600 ha in 3 sub districts. This forest was built in the main purpose of developed model to address the problems of land degradation in Gunung Kidul district. Further, it also functioned as research forest for students in faculty of forestry, Gadjah Mada University, to learn about forest restoration and forest silviculture.

Initially, Wanagama is barred and arid hills with no…

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Added by Petrus Gunarso on August 24, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

City of Balikpapan's Protection Forest

The Sungai Wain (Wain River) Protection Forest (HLSW) was established through the Ministry of Forestry Decree No. 416/Kpts-II/1995. In the transition to decentralisation, the legal right to manage the protection forest was transferred to the local government (Government regulation 25/2000). This reaffirmed Presidential Decrees No. 32/1990 on the management of protection of forest. This legislation was followed by the issuance of City Regulation No. 11/2004, on the management of the…

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Added by Petrus Gunarso on August 24, 2011 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

Forest landscape restoration in Indonesia

We, from Tropenbos Indonesia in collaboration with INSTIPER Yogyakarta, have been working on forest landscape restoration for quite some time. One of the places we have been working is in Merapi National Park. Merapi National park is one of the national parks in Indonesia established by Ministry of Forestry in 2004. The national park covered 6,410 ha around Mount Merapi.  Mount Merapi is one of the active mount in Indonesia that still have its eruption periodically, the last eruption of…

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Added by Petrus Gunarso on August 24, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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