Forestry Study Program Recommends Potential Management of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park

Author : Humas | Saturday, October 01, 2016 11:55 WIB


The Head of Technical Conservation  of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (BBTN-BTS) Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Muhammad Wahyudi SP MSc . explained material about " Management of Nature Conservation Areas and Zonation".

Study Program (Prodi) Forestry Faculty of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry (FPP) University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) held a guest lecture entitled ""Management of Nature Conservation Areas and Zonation"" on Friday (30/9) at Auditorium UMM. This event presented the Head of  Conservation Technical Division of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (BBTN-BTS) Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Muhammad Wahyudi SP MSc. And was attended by the freshmen of Forestry department and functionaries of Forestry Students Association.

Wahyudi explained about the management of Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. Accoding to the decision letter of Minister of Forestry number 178/Menhut-III/2005 on dated June 29, 2005, by the administation region, the area of Bromo Tengger National Park is 50.276,20 hectares. The expanse certainly has a lot of potential that must be managed well.

Wahyudy, who was an alumni of Biology Education department of UMM 1993, said “TN-BTS not only has the potential of biodiversity in the form of flora and fauna, but also other potentials such as environmental services, cultural attractions, natural tourism, and natural attractions”,

To improve the cooperation in managing national parks, BBTN-BTS had cooperated with several stakeholders, such as government agencies, private companies, universities and international organizations.

Wahyudi continued, "For example, in the use of environmental services of water, we are working with village government to meet the needs of water for domestic and agricultural. In addition, in the aspect of development and improvement of tourism infrastructure of nature, we cooperated with private companies, as well as infrastructure assistance for community tour players, "

At the end of the session, Wahyudi also gave moral message to the participants. He said that the important aspect in managing those potentials could be run well by not prioritizing short-term interests only and sacrificed the interests of the future. "Let's preserve the forest together," he concluded. (Can / han)



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