Jurnal Belantara

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ISSN / EISSN : 26147238 / 26143453
Current Publisher: Mataram University (10.29303)
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La Ode Agus Salim Mando, Aminuddin Mane Kandari, Khairun Khairun, Rosmarlinasiah Rosmarlinasiah, Safril Kasim, La Ode Midi, Wa Ode Inda, Sitti Mardhatillah
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.518

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This study aims to determine the mechanism, level of participation, financial analysis in following the delayed logging program in community forests. The research was located in the community forests of Watudemba and Ulu Lakara villages, Konawe Selatan District from April to May 2018. Data collection techniques were carried out by observation, direct communication with 16 respondents and bibliographical studies. n addition, measurements were made by making 17 sample plots of teak stands (Tectona grandis L.f). The data analysis uses quantitative and qualitative methods. The results showed that: 1) The delay logging program mechanism consists of three stages, namely agreeing and signing a pending felling program agreement, distribution and loan repayment. 2) While the level of community participation in participating in the delayed cutting program at the planning stage (moderate-high, 81.25%), organizing (moderate-high, 68, 75%), implementation (moderate-high, 81.25%), as well as supervision and evaluation (moderate-high, 56.25%). 3) NPV value obtained is Rp. 266,811,200,-; BCR value obtained was 5.29; and the IRR value obtained by 37% over the age of the analysis of twenty years.This study aims to determine the mechanism, level of participation, financial analysis in following the delayed logging program in community forests. The research was located in the community forests of Watudemba and Ulu Lakara villages, Konawe Selatan District from April to May 2018. Data collection techniques were carried out by observation, direct communication with 16 respondents and bibliographical studies. n addition, measurements were made by making 17 sample plots of teak stands (Tectona grandis L.f). The data analysis uses quantitative and qualitative methods. The results showed that: 1) The delay logging program mechanism consists of three stages, namely agreeing and signing a pending felling program agreement, distribution and loan repayment. 2) While the level of community participation in participating in the delayed cutting program at the planning stage (moderate-high, 81.25%), organizing (moderate-high, 68, 75%), implementation (moderate-high, 81.25%), as well as supervision and evaluation (moderate-high, 56.25%). 3) NPV value obtained is Rp. 266,811,200,-; BCR value obtained was 5.29; and the IRR value obtained by 37% over the age of the analysis of twenty years.[Reviewer1] [Reviewer1]Menyesuaikan dengan abstrak bahasa indonesia
Aminuddin Mane Kandari, Safril Kasim, La Ode Agus Salim Mando, La Ode Midi, Suhartin Triyani Palebangan
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.513

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This study aims to determine the climatic conditions that occur at Sengon cultivation sites and determine the standing potential number of trees, base area, and volume of sengon stands in community plantation forests that follow the people's seed garden program. Data collection is carried out in August to November 2018. The location of this village is at the coordinates of 04° 5'12 '' - 04°3'15'' LS and 122° 24'00'' - 122° 23'00'' BT and at altitude of 108 m above sea level. The population in this study is the sengon stand with an area of 5.8 ha. The sample area is determined with an intensity of 6.2% and the area of 1 plot is 0.04 ha, so the number of plots is 9 units. The results showed that 1) climatic conditions in the study location are classified as type B climate or wet (Schmidth-Ferguson method) including the category of tropical rain forests with an average number of wet months (BB) 9.2 and dry months (BK) 1.5 with a Q value of 0.16. Average annual rainfall is 2 662.6 mm, the monthly average rainfall of the highest in May was 347.4 mm with an average number of rainy days by 22.5 days and the lowest in September was 83.0 mm with an average rainy day of 11 days, while the longest rainy day occurred in April during 22.6 days with rainfall reaching 262.1 mm and the fastest occurred in October for 10.3 days with rainfall reaching 101.7 mm. The average annual temperature is around 230C with an 320C, with the lowest monthly average of 25.3oC (August) - 28.1oC (December). This fact indicates that the climatic conditions in Jati Bali Village South Konawe District are suitable for the development of sengon plants. 2) the potential of sengon stands in the village of Jati Bali South Konawe Regency, namely the number of trees 866 btgha-1, base area of 9.76 m2ha-1, volume of stands of 94.15 m3ha-1.
Kurnia Tari, Iswahyudi Iswahyudi, Dolly S Siregar
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.567

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Langsa City is mostly in the form of land and coastal areas, especially the Kuala Langsa area which has the potential to be developed into an ecotourism development area because the mangrove ecosystem is still natural and preserved. This study aims to determine the level of land suitability for the development of mangrove forest ecotourism in Kuala Langsa. Primary data in the form of mangrove density, mangrove thickness, types of mangroves, tides, and biota objects were obtained through observation at 6 observation locations using Purposive sampling and Line transect point methods, while secondary data included geographical conditions, and tidal data obtained through literature studies. Vegetation data were analyzed by calculating plant species density and tourism suitability analyzed using tourism suitability index (IKW). Mangrove species found at the study site included, Bruguiera gymnorrhiza, Ceriops tagal, Rhizophora apiculata, Rhizophora mucronata, Sonneratia caseolaris and Xylocarpus granatum. The results showed that the IKW value of 60% included in the S2 category (as appropriate). The limiting factor is the density of mangroves which only have a value of 8 with the S3 conformity category (as conditional). With the limiting factor is the density of mangroves which only have a value of 4 with the suitability category S3 (not suitable). As for suggestions that can be given to the manager of Kuala Langsa mangrove forest Ecotourism so that the existence of Ecotourism can be sustainable is the need for Pentahelix Synergy in the management of the ecotourism.
Ufara Qasrin, Agus Setiawan, Yulianty Yulianty, Afif Bintoro
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.507

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Medicinal plants have long been used by traditional communities, one of them is the Malay people in Lingga Regency, Riau Islands Province in healing various diseases. This study aims to determine the types of medicinal plants based on local knowledge of the indigenous Malay people. The population of this research is the native Malay people of Lingga Regency and the sampling is done using the snowball sampling method so that the selected respondents are following the required data. This type of research is descriptive research with qualitative and quantitative methods. The qualitative method was used to find out the use of medicinal plants used by the community by interview while the quantitative method was used to find out the percent of the use of medicinal plants by the Malays from the interviews. Based on the results of the study there were 102 types of medicinal plants in 53 families. The most commonly used plant parts are leaves (45.10%) by boiling and the least used are seeds and bark (1.96%). The most used habitats were herbs (27.45%) and trees (26.47%) and the least used were liana (8.82%) and terna (3.92%). Diseases that are usually treated by people with plants are diseases that are commonly suffered by ordinary people such as fever, diarrhea, coughing, toothaches, itching and mouth sores.
Naudita Novita Sari, Gunardi Djoko Winarno, Sugeng Prayitno Harianto, Yulia Rahma Fitriana
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.503

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The perception of tourists is a source of information and evaluation for managers of the concept of sapta pesona that has been applied to attractions. The importance of the role of tourist can influence the management of sustainable ecotourism. This study aims to analyze the potential of tourist attractions and tourist perceptions of the implementation of sapta pesona. Determination of the sample is done by using purposive sampling. Data were collected by interview and observation techniques in the field, then analyzed descriptively qualitatively using a likert scale. The results showed that the Belerang Simpur tourist attraction consisted of three tourist attraction objects namely, Cecakhah Kenali waterfall, Belerang Simpur hot water, and natural panorama. Sapta pesona implementation based on the perception of tourists is divided into two categories, namely the category of both the elements of coolness and beauty, while the enough categories are found in the elements of security, order, cleanliness, friendliness, and memories. The development of attractions still needs to be improved by involving the role of the government and the management so that the management is more optimal.
Messalina Lovenia Salampessy, Indra Gumay Ferbyano, Andi Chairil Ichsan, Ina Lindiawati
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.459

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Community access to obtain, control and regulate the use of natural resources around watersheds (DAS) will have an influence on the sustainability of the functions and roles of the watershed. This study aims to describe and explain the access of the community in the utilization of excavated C resources around the watershed. This research was conducted in May-October 2017 in the village of Cemplang, Cibungbulang, Bogor, especially in the Ciaten Cisadane Hulu sub-watershed. Data obtained through in-depth interviews and focus group discussions (FGD) were then analyzed qualitatively using the theory of access from Ribot and Peluso. The results show that various stakeholders / actors were directly involved in natural resource utilization activities in excavation C, especially in sand mining activities in Cemplang village, among others: Village government, mining landowners / entrepreneurs and communities around the sand mining land. Each actor has different interests in the existence of a watershed both socially, economically and ecologically; as well as the power they have. Therefore, the management of the natural resources of the watershed must be carried out in a participatory and adaptive manner so that the sustainability of the watershed functions remains sustainable.access, actors, upstream Cisadane watershed, excavation C.
Denni Susanto, Lies Rahayu Wijayanti Faida, Fahina Risqi Hidayana Lubis, Rizka Hanisaputra
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.474

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Communities and conservation areas are two things that cannot be Separated. Surrounding communities interact with conservation areas to fulfil their needs. This study aimed to know the forms of interaction between communities and the Nature Reserve and Marine Nature Reserve of Pangandaran as well as the factors that underlie these interactions. The method used in this study was a survey method with a total sample of 254 people. The target communities interviewed were communities of Pangandaran Village who carry out activities in Nature Reserve and Marine Nature Reserve of Pangandaran. The analysis used for data processing was descriptive analysis. The results showed that 44% of the community doing activities as fishermen, 17% renting out cruise ship services, 12% renting snorkeling equipment, 11% doing fishing activities, 6% as bagang fishermen and tour guides, and 4% as fishing fishermen. Factors underlying the interaction in Nature Reserve and Marine Nature Reserve of Pangandaran were community economic factors.
Aulia Nur Intan Denada, Gunardi Djoko Winarno, Dian Iswandaru, Yulia Rahma Fitriana
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.500

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Kebun Lebah Simpur (KLS) is one of the locations of Trigona spp bee cultivation which is quite large because it has become a reference for honey bee managers both from domestic and abroad. KLS is located in Lampung Province and has the potential to be developed into an ecotourism destination but the manager has been focusing on the cultivation and marketing of bee products. This study aims to analyze visitor perceptions regarding the management of KLS honey bees to support ecotourism activities. Data collection in this study uses the interview method with a questionnaire tool to visitors based on purposive sampling and in-depth interviews with managers to complete information about the management of KLS. The questionnaire contained questions about visitors' perceptions about KLS management based on the 4A ecotourism factor (attraction, accessibility, amenities and ancillary) with reference to Likert scale assessment. The results were then analyzed descriptively qualitatively. The results of the analysis show that the aspect of attraction is classified as good, while the visitor's perception of the accessibility, amenities and ancillary factors is still relatively neutral so development still needs to be done.
Putri Wahyuni, Indra Gumay Febryano, Dian Iswandaru, Bainah Sari Dewi
Published: 1 August 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i2.473

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Human and wildlife conflicts have a negative impact, especially langurs whose habitat in a small island. The study objective was to identify presence and the distribution of langurs in a small island. Data were collected using observation methods, then analyzed using descriptive analysis. The results show that there were 23 langur groups that distributed in 23 locations, with the number of smallest groups consisting of 6 individuals and the number of largest groups consisting of 12 individuals. Langur was found in the morning at 05.38 WIB-10.57 WIB and in the afternoon at 17.08 WIB-18.10 WIB. Most of these animals are found in agroforestry areas and a small part in mangrove forests. The highest activity intensity is found in the morning with the form of eating, locomotion (moving), grooming and resting activities. The existence of langurs in a small island is a good thing and must be preserved because langurs belong to protected animals. One way to conserve these animals is to create alternative conservation-based langur tourism.
Gusti Ayulia Mustika Weni, Indra Gumay Febryano, Hari Kaskoyo, Irwan Sukri Banuwa
Published: 2 March 2020
Jurnal Belantara, Volume 3, pp 59-68; doi:10.29303/jbl.v3i1.425

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Forestry partnership is a social forestry scheme as an attempt resolution of conflict society and permit holders. The objective of the research to explain the forestry partnership program conducted by PT REKI and the people of Dusun Kunangan Jaya I. This research used a qualitative research approach. The methods of data collection include in-depth interviews, participant observation, and document studies. The results of the research showed a forestry partnership carried out by PT REKI and KTH Berkah Jaya, KTH Bungin Mandiri and indigenous people of Batin Sembilan. The agroforestry pattern is applied to partnership lands. The percentage of forestry partnership outcomes, 85% for the community and 15% for PT REKI. The rights and obligations that have not been achieved have an impact on hampering agroforestry management. The limited funding of PT REKI, which depends on donors as a source of income causing the forestry partnership program has not been maximized. PT REKI in supporting forestry partnership provides various facilities including the provision of forestry plant seeds, cattle, education, and health services community empowerment. The rejection of forestry partnership cooperation carried out by most of the community because of mismatch between the expectation of community and PT REKI. The performance of the government in forest monitoring needs to be improved to support forestry partnerships to cut down land conflicts while improving community welfare.Forestry partnership is a social forestry scheme as an attempt resolution of conflict society and permit holders. The objective of the research to explain the forestry partnership program conducted by PT REKI and the people of Dusun Kunangan Jaya I. This research used a qualitative research approach. The methods of data collection include in-depth interviews, participant observation and document studies. The results of the research showed a forestry partnership carried out by PT REKI and KTH Berkah Jaya, KTH Bungin Mandiri and indigenous people of Batin Sembilan. The agroforestry pattern is applied to partnership lands. The percentage of forestry partnership outcomes, 85% for the community and 15% for PT REKI. The rights and obligations that have not been achieved have an impact on hampering agroforestry management. The limited funding of PT REKI, which depend on donors as a source of income causing the forestry partnership program has not been maximized. PT REKI in supporting forestry partnership provides various facilities including the provision of forestry plant seeds, cattle, education and health services community empowerment. The rejection of forestry partnership cooperation carried out by most of the community because of mismatch between the expectation of community and PT REKI. The performance of the government in forest monitoring needs to be improved to support forestry partnership to cut down land conflicts while improving community welfare.
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