Rare Plant Preservation through Village Forest Policy in Bali
Nyoman Wijana, I Gusti Agung Nyoman Setiawan
Available Online August 2017.
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- Mapping, Rare Plants, Village Forest, Penglipuran Village
- Traditional villages in Bali has its authorities to rule the village, including how to manage the village forest. While the aim of the management of the village forest has been mainly for ceremonial requirements, it has contributed to the preservation of several rare plants in Bali. The present study aimed at mapping rare plant species distribution in the village forest of Penglipuran Village, Bangli, Bali and how the management of the village forest affects the distribution of rare plants in the village forest. The study revealed that there were 21 families with 34 species of plants in the village forest, with 17 of the species that are categorized as rare plants distributed in narrow, medium and wide in the forest area in clump distribution pattern. It was also revealed that some of the rare plants were preserved because of their roles in the traditional and religious ceremony.
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TY - CONF AU - Nyoman Wijana AU - I Gusti Agung Nyoman Setiawan PY - 2017/08 DA - 2017/08 TI - Rare Plant Preservation through Village Forest Policy in Bali BT - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Innovative Research Across Disciplines (ICIRAD 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 44 EP - 49 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icirad-17.2017.9 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icirad-17.2017.9 ID - Wijana2017/08 ER -