Sudirman Dg Massiri
Universitas Tadulako Palu Sulawesi Tengah Jl. Soekarno Hatta km 9, Palu. Tlp. 0451-422355 Fax.0451-422844

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VEGETASI KUNCI HABITAT ANOA DI CAGAR ALAM PANGI BINANGGA, SULAWESI TENGAH Wardah, Wardah; Labiro, Elhayat; Massiri, Sudirman Dg; Sustri, Sustri; Mursidin, Mursidin
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
Publisher : Balai Penelitian dan Pengembangan Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan Makassar

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Anoa is a wildlife species highly sensitive and selective to the habitat preferences. The study aims to identify the anoa habitat condition in the Nature Reserve of Pangi Binangga, environmental factors which determine the habitat of anoa, including other types of key vegetation of anoa habitats. The research method used is purposive sampling. Sample is determined by observation the track. Habitat of anoa is found such as footprints, skeleton and faeces that located on the highland, flat-sloping, near to the river, mild temperature on moist and acid soils. The density of trees, poles, sapling, seedlings and herbs respectively 302, 430, 1280, and 53250 inviduals/ha. Stratification of vegetation canopy consists of stratum B, C, D and E. The average of stand bassal area is 43.10 m2/ha. Habitat of anoa in Pangi Binangga Nature Reserve are dominated by tree species of Planchonella firms, Castanopsis acuminatissima, Platea sp., Magnolia liliifera, Palaquium quercifolium. The key indicator plants of anoa habitat are Alpinia sp, Diplazium esculentum (Rezt.) Sw. and Pinanga caesia. 
PENGEMBANGAN DESA MITRA DI DESA BAKUBAKULU KECAMATAN PALOLO KABUPATEN SIGI Hapid, Abdul; Wardah, Wardah; Massiri, Sudirman Dg; Hamka, Hamka
Jurnal Abditani Vol 1 (2018): Oktober
Publisher : FAKULTAS PERTANIAN UNIVERSITAS ALKHAIRAAT

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Desa Bakubakulu merupakan salah satu desayang ada di daerah peyangga Taman Nasional Lore Lindu dan berpotensi untuk dikembangkan dibidang agroforestri dan pemanfaatan hasil hutan bukan kayu. Desa ini juga merupakan lokasi pelaksanaan praktek lapangan mahasiswa Fakultas kehutanan Universitas Tadulako. Sehingga sangat besar peluangnya untuk dikembangkan menjadi Desa Mitra Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Tadulako. Potensi lahan agroforestry berbasis kakao dan hasil hutan bukan kayu yang tinggi. Namun saat ini hasil produksi kakao yang menjadi sumber pendapatan pokok masyarakat mulai menurun. Hal ini dikarenakan pertumbuhan tanaman kakao yang kurang baik, biji buah yang dihasilkan berukuran kecil, tanaman dan buah kakao mudah terserang hama dan penyakit.Tujuan yang ingin dicapai dalam program pengabdian ini adalah Meningkatkan produktivitas lahan agroforestry berbasisi kakao di Desa Bakubakulu sehingga dapat meningkatkan taraf hidup dan persepsi masyarakat dalam menjaga keutuhan fungsi kawasan Taman Nasiona Lore Lindu. Metode yang digunakan untuk mencapai tujuan dan target adalah Bentuk IPTEKS pendidikan seperti penyuluhan, pelatihan yang dilanjutkan dengan penerapan teknologi dan pendampingan.Hasil Pengabdian menunjukkan kelompok tani mitra sangat antusias mengikuti kegiatan ini dan dapat memahami fungsi Taman Nasional Lore Lindu sehingga perlu ikut menjaga kelesteriannya. Melalui kegiatan pelatihan pemeliharaan kakao yang berkelanjutan dan ramah lingkungan dapat meningkat hasil panen kakao sehingga terjadinya peningkatan pendapatan
ANALISIS KEPENTINGAN STAKEHOLDER DALAM PROGRAM PEMBERDAYAAN MASYARAKAT DI HUTAN DESA NAMO KECAMATAN KULAWI Wahyu, Wahyu; Golar, Golar; Massiri, Sudirman Dg
ForestSains Vol 16, No 2 (2019): Juni
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This study aims to determine stakeholder interests in community empowerment programs in Namo Village Forest, Kulawi District. This study uses a qualitative method, sampling is done by purposive sampling the number of respondents 8. The analysis used is the analysis of influence and importance. The results showed that the level of influence and interests of stakeholders in community empowerment in Namo Village Forest is very diverse, which can be classified as stakeholders who are in the position of Key Player, Subject, Crowd and Context Setter. The stakeholders are Namo Village Forest Management Institute (LPHD), Central Sulawesi Provincial Forestry Service (DISHUT), HL Palu-Poso BPDAS, Kulawi Forest Management Unit (KPH), Kulawi Community and Village Empowerment Office (DPMD) Sigi, IMUNITAS (NGO), The Jembata Foundation (NGO) and the Namo.No Adat Institution. Stakeholders who play a role in empowerment in the Namo Village Forest are stakeholders from government agencies, private agencies and community leaders. The pattern of stakeholder relationships that occur in the community empowerment program in Namo Village Forest, there are three (3) patterns of stakeholder relationship criteria, namely communication, coordination and cooperation.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN DAN KELAYAKAN USAHATANI AGROFORESTRI KEMIRI-KAKAO DI DESA SIGIMPU KECAMATAN PALOLO KABUPATEN SIGI Sambira, Anggriani; Umar, Syukur; Massiri, Sudirman Dg
ForestSains Vol 16, No 1 (2018): Desember
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Sigimpu Village is one of the villages that adopts a simple agroforestry pattern, where plants are only as protectors for agricultural crops, in plants meaning only as fences or aisles for agricultural crops. Because it has a very high economic value, soil fertility, and also extensive land. Planting agroforestry crops can provide income. This study aims to study the income and feasibility of agroforestry farming in the village of Sigimpu, District of Palolo, Sigi Regency. This study was conducted in July to September 2017. Sampling in this study using random (simple rondom samples), research in this population is agroforestry farmers with a total of 204 farmers, and for the number of research samples (respondents) using slovin research with an error rate of 10 %, thus the respondents in this study were 68 farmers. Data collection techniques were carried out through interviews using questionnaires and literature study. This study shows that the average cocoa candlenut agroforestry farming is Rp. 18,203,474.63 / 1,228 Ha / Year. The feasibility of farming is 7.5, this shows that the candlenut agroforestry farming in Sigimpu Village, Palolo District is feasible, because R / C> 1.
RESPON STAKEHOLDER TERHADAP KERUSAKAN HUTAN DI DESA TIRTANAGAYA KECAMATAN BOLANO LAMBUNU KABUPATEN PARIGI MOUTONG Sukri, Moh; Golar, Golar; Massiri, Sudirman Dg
ForestSains Vol 15, No 2 (2018): Juni
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Environmental degradation as indicated by the depletion of resources and the destruction of natural habitats is the impact of human-nature relationship. Furthermore, forest fires, illegal logging, gold mining and other related activities are forms of forest destruction that can be claimed to be more intense lately. Therefore, an initial measure should be carried out including identifying stakeholders? responses toward the issues and assessment on the level of destruction. This study aims to examine stakeholders? responses toward forest destruction in Tirtanagaya Village, Bolano Lambunu Sub-district, Parigi Moutong Regency. The techniques of data collection were observation and in-depth interview. Several key informants were selected for the interview in order to investigate their responses toward forest destruction in the study site. It used qualitative descriptive method for data analysis. In overall, the finding indicates that the responses of stakeholders in relation with forest destruction issues are relatively poor. It is evidenced by their low participation and lack of real actions to promote forest preservation. It will have a detrimental impact on the joint effort for overcoming the problems of forest destruction in Tirtanagaya Village.