Participatory Rurral Appraisal Based Restoration in Support of Restoration of Degraded Peat Ecosystems in Tanjung Leban Village Bengkalis

Authors

  • Resdati
  • Yusmar Yusuf
  • Rd. Siti Sofro Sidiq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v2i6.239

Abstract


Restoration based on Participatory rural appraisal is applied as the main carrying capacity for the successful restoration of peat ecosystems. This program is implemented through the approach of Rewetting, Revegeation and Revitalization. The research objective analyzes PRA-based restoration efforts and how the move will proceed. The data is obtained through interviews and analyzed qualitatively descriptively. The study found that peat wetting activities were carried out through the construction of canal barriers and supporting infrastructure, while replanting was implemented in line with economic revitalization programs. Not only forest timbers, food crops including pineapples are cultivated as an alternative source of livelihood. Women's groups are encouraged to actively process economic products, namely pineapple dodol and pineapple juice. The program is successful but marketing has not been maximal. The study found that peat wetting activities were carried out through the construction of canal barriers and supporting infrastructure, while replanting was implemented in line with economic revitalization programs. Not only forest timbers, food crops including pineapples are cultivated as an alternative source of livelihood. Women's groups are encouraged to actively process economic products, namely pineapple dodol and pineapple juice. The program is successful but marketing has not been maximal.

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Published

2021-12-19

How to Cite

Resdati, Yusuf, Y., & Sidiq, R. S. S. (2021). Participatory Rurral Appraisal Based Restoration in Support of Restoration of Degraded Peat Ecosystems in Tanjung Leban Village Bengkalis. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 2(6), 1507–1514. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v2i6.239