Activities and Action Plan for the Future

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HCVF depending on the nature and role of a HCVF the following lines of action will be followed by JPNK to ensure the usefulness and relevance for continuous periods. Among activity planned are:

Marking and maintaining boundaries

The threats faced by HCVF can occur in various forms, such as unauthorized entry is up to serious physical damage such as encroachment and illegal logging, which can lead to serious physical deterioration of the area and biodiversity resources in it. Thus, it is important that any current and future threats identified and if necessary quantified so that it can be put into HCVF management plans and appropriate measures taken to overcome them. Regular inspection and survey on the border accompanied by the relevant documentation may be able to help ensure the safety and integrity of the HCVF.

Conducting Inventory Various sources of HCVF

This activity can be carried out in conjunction with the survey of the sources on the FMU scale which is usually done at least once in each period of the planning. The information collected should include as many parameters and describing the resources of the forest situation. Furthermore such information will assist managers in determining the role / function and intended use of HCVF and decide which types of other uses consistent with it.

To document Maintain Database and Installing And Signs In respect of Land and Resources Relevant Features

Create any suitable database and contains information about the source (living or non-living) in HCVF including the potential for sustainable use in the future. Target species in particular position shall be marked on the ground and on a map and further didigitize into computer applications. Furthermore these trees are labeled with plastic label measuring 4cm x 10cm by showing information about local names and scientific and installed at a height that suits the trunk. These labels should be checked from time to time to ensure that no damaged or lost and the information on it can be read clearly.

Monitor and Fruiting and Seed Collection

These activities are conducted regularly and properly recorded. Pattern in the production of flowers and fruit will be monitored in the context of climate change and the season as well as respond to environmental changes. In this context data about weather (rainfall, wind diagram, temperature, moisture) as well as other factors such as the occurrence of haze, pollution, water flow, etc.. We will monitor the input and cooperation from relevant agencies. Environmental factors definitely have a significant impact on the health of the tree and in turn affect the quantity and quality of flowers and fruit produced.

Detect and Collect Wild Child

Production of seeds and planting stock will viabel is one of the goals of HCVF used as its foundation. Seeds and wild child from this area will be labeled in accordance with provenannya before being transferred to another place for experimental purposes or used in planting activities in-situ and ex-situ and reforestation operations.

To establish Nursery Crop Breeding and Improvement Stocks

This activity is to complement the activities of (4) above, but with the objective of establishing the future stock of quality planting materials and selected. Target species not tehad to forest tree species only, but also of all the species that have high conservation value (high conservation value).

Census Of Tree-Tree and Other Resources

This activity aims to monitor the distribution, quantity, growth rate, health status and behavior of their phenology. These activities include monitoring the status of the target species and assess eligibility to continue to be recognized as a target species in the context of the socio-economic environment is changing.

Research and Development (R & D)

R & D carried out on the population biology, reproductive system and breeding programs. These activities can be done on the basis of cooperation with the parties concerned, such as forestry and agricultural research institutions and universities. At this time there is growing interest among international agencies in supporting the development of conservation areas, but this should be conducted in an orderly manner with the full involvement of local agencies. Appropriate preservation strategies will be developed by JPNK for each site and accompanied by a good management plan HCVF.