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PROJECT OBJECTIVE

The project objective is to restore and conserve watershed ecosystem for carbon sequestration, water- and soil conservation, natural disaster prevention and green livelihoods development.

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The project will also select buffer-zone villages of national parks and nature reserves that connect the agroforestry program with species and habitat conservation.

The agroforestry carbon projects are implemented in 3 zones: the lowland zone (0 – 300 m above sea level), midland zone (300 – 900 m above sea level) and highland zone of watershed areas (900 – 2.200 m above sea level).

The project sites are implemented on community lands (non-state Indonesian forests).

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Several examples of fruit trees and forest trees (non-fruit) in agroforestry activities

Lowland Zone

(0 – 300 m above sea level)

Midland Zone

(300 – 900 m above sea level)

Highland Zone

(900 – 2.200 m above sea level)

Fruit Trees

Rambutan

Rambutan

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Durian

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Coffee

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Mango

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Guava

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Avocado

Forest Trees (non-fruit)

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Meranti

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Mahogany

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Mountain Acacia

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Sengon

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Teak

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Eucalyptus

Conservation of ecosystem

Yagasu set-up and mobilize local community groups in the villages to conduct routine monitoring to the planted trees and existing vegetation cover.

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West zone office:  

Jalan Sei Batu Gingging No. 69, Kel. PB Selayang I, Kec. Medan Selayang Medan 20131 INDONESIA, Telephone 62-61-4503773 

East zone office

Jalan KH Malik No. 50 A Buring – Malang 65132, INDONESIA, Telephone 62-341-7410010

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