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3rd APRS – Welcome and keynote speeches
Why social forestry: Keeping the coffee
Going from a destroyed landscape to profitable plantations, the Sumatran village of Tri Budi Syukur is a success story for social forestry in Indonesia.
Why social forestry: Securing the sap
In Sumatra, lessons learned in Pahmungan village show that forestry schemes can help communities stabilize their economies and reduce conflict.
Secrets of the Mutis Honey Hunters
In the Mount Mutis valley in West Timor, Indonesia, there lives a people with a tradition of hunting. They do not hunt deer or wild boar. They are HONEY HUNTERS. This story is about the ‘Secrets of the Mutis Honey Hunters’!
Read the children’s book [Indonesian]: https://www.cifor.org/library/6673/rahasia-pemburu-madu-mutis/
Find out more on CIFOR’s Forests News: https://forestsnews.cifor.org/43871/a-living-tradition-with-sweet-rewards?fnl=en
What’s happening to our forests?
In honor of this year’s International Day of Forests on 21 March, Director General of the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) Robert Nasi gives Forests News a brief rundown on what’s happening in different forests around the world, the importance of private investment in restoration and CIFOR’s unique role in all of it.