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IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves - food forest

  • Caring Forest for the Sustainability of Water and Ecosystem

    Aware of the importance of forests as a water catchment area, encouraged the community in Yehembang Kauh to carry out reforestation at some crucial points, such as river banks and Hutan Belajar areas. Local communities manage this planting area to cultivate various Jembrana endemic plants. IDEP Foundation has supported and accompanied local communities intensively since 2012.

  • Explore the Forest, then Replicate It

    Floods became a seasonal disaster experienced by the community in Sumberklampok Village. Over time, this disaster got bigger until the worst happened at the end of 2021, which caused several houses to be damaged. Those who live near the forest also experience a crisis of access to clean water. Even more days, the drought present made the water crisis increase.

  • Nengah Sudiasa Creates an Oasis in the heat of Sumberklampok

    Sweat was pouring down, and foreheads continued to wrinkle as we walked through the village of Sumberklampok. Even though the time was 08.00 AM, the heat and scorching sun had been stinging since it appeared on the eastern horizon. The bright sunlight also enveloped Singaraja-Gilimanuk street. But we can still find shade when we enter the natural gate that is so beautiful belonging to Nengah Sudiasa.

  • Realizing the Important Role of Forests, West Kalimantan Farmers Want to Implement Sustainable Agriculture

    Over the past three years, West Kalimantan has experienced frequent flooding that can last for months. "This disaster happens due to excessive forest exploitation, gold mining, and river silting. So there are no more water catchment areas," said Aidi Sapri, IDEP Introduction to Permaculture training participant.

  • Sumberklampok Farmer: Releasing Food Sovereignty Through Food Forest

    Community in Bukit Sari, Sumberklampok strives for food sovereignty through the design of a Food Forest that is more nature-oriented. Amid the government narrative about a food estate, which is predicted to achieve food security by destroying around 3.69 million hectares of forest. The local community of Bukit Sari with IDEP and KPA Bali came up with a food forest built on Ayahan Subak. This collective land is included in the agrarian reform object managed by the ex-East Timor community with 136.96 hectares.

 

IDEP Foundation | Helping People to Help Themselves

IDEP Foundation | Yayasan IDEP Selaras Alam
Helping People to Help Themselves
Br. Medahan, Desa Kemenuh, Sukawati
Gianyar - Bali
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