Forest Campaign

BRI Life Helps Farmers Restore Forests in Southern Malang

The assistance from BRI Life was in the form of 550 tree seedlings of avocado, mango, mangosteen and petai (bitter bean) which planting ceremony was held on Tuesday 

Preventing Bird Extinction, Large Bird Nets installed in Arjuna Mountainside Forest were Exterminated

More than 20 knots on the tree trunks used to install bird nets to trap the birds were destroyed by cutting them into small pieces, so they could no longer be used.

Planting Hundreds of Banyans Trees to Restore Pucung Mountain as a Protection Forest

Various components of the community were moved to restore the function of the protected forests in Mount Pucung, Batu City, East Java by planting hundreds of banyan species tree seedlings (Ficus sp)

People's Seedling Nursery and Social Forestry Demonstration Plot in Tambakrejo Village, Southern Malang – East Java

Currently, around 80,000 tree seedlings from the KBR nursery managed by Sugianto, have been planted by forest farmers. The tree seedlings are not only planted in the Sumbermanjing Wetan District area but are also planted on the slopes of Mount Arjuna, Northern Malang - East Java.

Forest Adventure with PROFAUNA's Ranger

adventure in the forest will be wonderful, if it is accompanied by experienced guides in forest conservation, such as the PROFAUNA Indonesia Ranger team. The team would describe t

"Forests of the Future" Program, Synergizing Ecological and Economic Interests Forest Management

The main goal of the "Forests of the Future" program is to invite local communities such as forest farmers to rehabilitate the damaged forests by planting fruit trees. Thus, farmers will benefit economically from harvesting their fruit crops, while the tree stands will have ecological functions which roots would hold the soil together to prevent landslide and flooding.

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