Posts Tagged Wonogiri

  • Ecolabel Certificate to Boost Furniture’s Marketability

    Wood certification is now one of the main requirements for furniture export. Community forest in Wonogiri, Central Java and Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta is now capable of producing one of the certified raw materials. Communities residing in the areas

  • Misman: Pioneer of first sustainable forests

    Misman might look like your ordinary villager, but the 59-year-old community figure is responsible for transforming his barren Central Java village of Selopuro into Indonesia’s first certifiable sustainable forest. Before the 1980s, Selopuro villa

  • Certification, A Challenge for Forest Sustainability

    Tuesday, Mei 04, 2010 (SoloPos): The people living in southern part of Java, from Gunungkidul in Yogyakarta, to Batuwarno in Wonogiri and Pacitan in East Java are very lucky for they have been successful in transforming an arid, barren and rocky area

  • Reforestation Raises Living Standards in Central Java

    Slamet Susanto, The Jakarta Post, Yogyakarta | Fri, 05/14/2010 9:56 AM | The Archipelago:  Reforestation efforts are benefiting local residents in Selopuro, Wonogiri, Central Java, as they are not only keeping forests green, they are raising living

  • From Rocky Area to Greenery

    It surely is not an easy task to transform the dry arid land that stretches out from Gunungkidul, Wonogiri to Pacitan in southern part of Java into profitable forests. SOLOPOS journalist, Suharsih, writes on her two day journey (Wednesday-Thursday, 2

  • Ecolabel Certified Forest Coverage Extended

    (Bogor, May 14 2005): “There are only two villages in Wonogiri area that have conducted Sustainable Community Based Forest Management (SCBFM) practices. For the next couple of months SCBFM practices are scheduled to be implemented in four other vil



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LEI’s Certified Forests

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2.388.775,35 Ha Plan­ta­tion Forests
36.917,080 Ha Com­mu­nity Forests
5 Chain of Cus­tody

Total 2.425.020,43 Ha

(2017, Jan­u­ary)