- Though stakeholders are already aware of the importance of sustainable non-timber forest product (NTFP) management and integrated watershed management, they have yet to fully appreciate or implement them.
- Experiences from community facilitation show that management of one type of traditional NTFP – tengkawang (illipe nut) – from its upstream cultivation to downstream marketing could become an entry point for integrated landscape management in the Labian-Leboyan watershed.
- Lessons learned from activities in several Iban Dayak communities show that external facilitation from outside the villages is important as it can accelerate collaboration processes between village communities and external stakeholders; and help in establishing local strategies that integrate modern knowledge with customary rules.
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- National Academy of Sciences (NAS) – United States
- Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, and Nuclear Safety – Germany (BMU)
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Heri, V.; Bakara, D.O.; Hermanto; Mulyana, A.; Moeliono, M.; Yuliani, E.L.
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Team Leader, Sustainable Landscapes & Livelihoods