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Journal : Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture

STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN USAHA EKONOMI PRODUKTIF BERBASIS POTENSI LOKAL PADA MASYARAKAT RAWAN KEMISKINAN DI SEKITAR WADUK KEDUNG OMBO Sugihardjo, Sugihardjo; Lestari, Eny; Padmaningrum, Dwiningtyas; Wibowo, Agung
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 26, No 1 (2011): March
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

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Community empowerment is a process to facilitate and encourage the community to be able to put themselves in proportion and become the main actors in the use of strategic environment to achieve a long-term sustainability. The development of productive economic activities is a rational option for strengthening the local economy and local development potential  in communities around the forest. The purpose of this study were 1) know the mapping of local commodities that have the potential to be empowered, 2) know the introduction of appropriate technologies that meet the characteristics of the local potential, 3) drafting of strategies for developing productive economic activities in vulnerable poverty communities around the forest, the basic method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research. The research was conducted in communities around the Dam of Kedungombo in Ngargotirto Village, Sub district of Sumberlawang, District of Sragen. The approach used in this study is the PRA (Participatory Rural Appraisal). The analysis used is a social institution analysis, stakeholder analysis and SWOT analysis. The results of the study concluded that Ngargotirto Village the postscript is a community around the forest take a relatively longer in the development of productive economic activities compared with the rice fields, or near urban communities. Viewed from the socio cultural perspective is not ready to receive industrialization in their lives and still occur clash between the culture industry and an agrarian culture. In an effort to stimulate and develop the productive economic activities, it needs a strategy that can build the foundation for productive economic activities, namely: 1) strategic forum for dialogue facilitation to synergize stakeholder, 2) institutional strengthening productive economic activities, 3) improve the capability sources human resources, 4) apply the appropriate technology. For that, the starting point in the development of productive economic activities in local communities is to synergize the clash of cultures.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN PEDAGANG TANAMAN HIAS PADA DAERAH SENTRA DAN NON-SENTRA DI KECAMATAN TAWANGMANGU Ambarwati, Niken; Lestari, Eny; Sundari, Mei Tri
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 32, No 2 (2017): October
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the income of ornamental plant traders living in the central area (Nglurah) and non-centers (Kalisoro and Ngledoksari). The main method of this research is descriptive analysis. The location of this research is intentional (purposive), by selecting Tawangmangu District as the research location. The method of determining the respondents was done accidentally (accidental sampling) to 30 traders of ornamental plants of the central area and 30 traders of ornamental plants of non-central areas. Data used in this research are primary data and secondary data. The data analysis method used is income analysis, multiple linear regression analysis, F test, and T-test. Based on earnings analysis shows the average total cost of local traders in the central region of 8,508,364.62 IDR with income of 14,330,849.82 IDR and income of 5,822,485.20 IDR. The average number of cost traders in non-central areas is 7,983,978.00 IDR with revenue of 14,590,483.33 IDR, and income of 6,606,505.33 IDR. The result of T-test shows that the income of ornamental plant traders in the central area is influenced by the experience of trading (X2), venture capital (X3), and land area (X6). While traders of ornamental plants in non-central areas are influenced by the experience of trading (X2), venture capital (X3), and labor in the family (X5).