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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 2, February 2017 Edition

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Utilization Of Laban Wood (Vitex Pubescens Vahl) As Raw Materials Traditional Charcoal By Communitisí: A Case Study At Jembayan Village East Kalimantan

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Traditional Charcoal, Wood Laban, Forest Sustainability, Community.



This study aims to find out about the activities of society in decision-wood Laban as well as perceptions and participation concerning the preservation of raw material resources for sustaining livelihoods. The results showed Laban wood (Vitex pubescens Vahl) is one type that is widely used as a raw material in the manufacture of traditional charcoal and charcoal high-value results. The public aware of their dependence on forest land/laban, but people still do not realize when they changed the place of business of land allocation will be a negative impact on livelihoods. Public participation to the preservation of forest resources and sources of raw materials charcoal as a source of livelihood is quite high, although in public settings still choose no interference from other parties.



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