This subchapter examines the NWFP trends in the area designated as the Bulungan Research Forest, which has been allocated by the Indonesian government to CIFOR for research purposes. The research forest covers 303 000 hectares in Bulungan district, East Kalimantan, between the Malinau and Bahau rivers, adjacent to the Kayan-Mentarang National Park. The NWFPs discussed include animals and birds, camphor, gaharu, gutta percha, illipe nuts, damar and rattan. The article also raises questions about how these trends and scenarios will unfold in the future in areas such as Bulungan.
Topic: non-timber forest products
Geographic: Indonesia,East Kalimantan
Series: Asia-Pacific Forestry Sector Outlook Study Working Paper no. APFSOS/WP/28
Publication Year: 1997
Source: Mittelman, A.J., Lai, C.K., Byron, N., Michon, G. and Katz, E. Non-wood forest products outlook study for Asia and the Pacific: towards 2010. 39-46