MANGROVE FOREST MANAGEMENT ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES BASED IN SOUTH SULAWESI, INDONESIAAmal Arfan and Nur Anny Suryaningsih Taufieq
South Sulawesi coastal communities generally in a state of transition. Traditional ways that they run have to deal with the modern ways, that are, the system affect their lives. Mangrove forest resource management model should be developed in accordance with socio-economic conditions and habits of the local community. Participation desired by the public are from planning, implementation, and monitoring conservation and formed working groups consisting of 15-25 people. Community want the counseling assistance from the government in managing mangrove forest resources. Drug or poison is not used in catching fish and shrimp / crab in the mangrove forest. The tools used are environment friendly that does not damage the mangrove forest ecosystem like nets, bubu, trapping, iron hooks and pandarian
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