Category: <span>Ecology</span>

Indigenous Youth Camp
December 27, 2022December 27, 2022
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Indigenous Youth Camp

Monday, August 29, 2022 The night temperature at Wisma Nangun Kerthi Bedugul is quite cold and windy. There were about 30 people gathered in the room, following the Indigenous Youth Camp: Engaging and Empowering Youth as Leaders for Forests and Communities. The title was indeed “camping”, but because of the weather at that time –...

Workshop 2 Generations
December 26, 2022January 30, 2023
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Workshop 2 Generations

Friday, December 16, 2022 “This is Koming, sis..” Wow… 15 years ago Koming was still a child, still sucking milk. And now Koming is in college. Not only Koming, there are also Feby, Devi, Adit, and others. Twenty years ago, their parents initiated the formation of JED (Village Ecotourism Network). At present, hope they will...

Down to the Mertajati Forest Tamblingan
October 5, 2022November 5, 2022
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Down to the Mertajati Forest Tamblingan

Adat Dalem Tamblingan, October 4, 2022 Re-Glorification Program of the Mertajati Forest Tamblingan has been carried out since 2018. Together with the Indonesian Dedicated Grant Mechanism managed by The Samdhana Institute, the program is aimed at developing the Costumery Adat Dalem Tamblingan Four Villages forest in Buleleng Regency as a tradition-based learning center for sustainable...

Nusa Penida Food Processing Training
September 20, 2021November 13, 2021
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Nusa Penida Food Processing Training

September 15-16, 2021 Nusa Penida, also known as Nusa Gede, is the largest of the three small islands in southeastern Bali. There are three periods of development of Nusa Penida related to food and food sources, namely in ancient or prehistoric times, stories in chronicles, and in the era of globalization. Through records of research results...

The Return of Seaweed to the Sea of Nusa Penida
July 21, 2021July 14, 2021
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The Return of Seaweed to the Sea of Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida Island has tons of potential on seaweed farming even before tourism sector expansion. Unfortunately, from all region of Nusa Penida, seaweed production only concentrated on one location, namely Dusun Semaya. The problem of seaweed becomes more complicated as the vast development of Nusa Penida at the moment. Hotel and restaurant waste pollutes the...

Independence in the Time of a Pandemic
July 14, 2021July 14, 2021
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Independence in the Time of a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit economic activity in Indonesia in general, lowering income levels and also people’s welfare. One of the areas most affected by the pandemic is Bali Province, considering that the majority of activities are closely related to tourism and contact with outsiders. Bali’s economic growth rate in the first quarter of 2021...

Cepuk Weaving
December 5, 2019April 22, 2021
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Cepuk Weaving

Cepuk is known as bebali cloth, a sacred cloth used for ceremonial needs. Only Nusa Penida produces this weft, mainly because of its main function as a protector from elements or evil influences. Cepuk is also believed to be a magical cloth for treatment. That is why the cepuk is actually used as a “tapih”,...

Forth Full Moon Ceremony in Tamblingan
November 28, 2019November 28, 2019
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Forth Full Moon Ceremony in Tamblingan

This year, 2019, Purnama sasih Kapat (the forth fullmoon) falls on Sunday, October 13th. Based on several sources (both primary and secondary), The forth fullmoon is the best time to hold a prayer ceremony. Right now, the sun is right on the equator, so the sun is shining hot and at 12 noon our shadow...

Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh
November 26, 2019November 26, 2019
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Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh

The development of tourism to Nusa Penida has grown rapidly since 2015, where speed boats began to speed up sea transportation to / from Nusa Penida. Previously, to go to Nusa Penida, people using a large passenger boat or commonly called “jangolan” with a capacity of up to 50 people only served 1 time crossing...

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