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Socio Economic Suitability of Land Preservation Program in Kuningan Regency Pramudita, Danang; Dharmawan, Arya Hadi; Barus, Baba
Sodality: Jurnal Sosiologi Pedesaan Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Sodality
Publisher : Communication and Community Department, Faculty of Human Ecology

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Economic development in Indonesia since 1980s is dealing with conversion of agricultural land to industry, housing, and other sector in city and its periphery. Land conversion have a great impact to food production rather than the impact from technical problem (drought and pest problem). Government need to preserve agricultural land in order to maintain food production. Thus government made a mandatory approach byissued Law No. 41 year 2009. The aim of this research are to identify an actual socioeconomic characteristics in the area of land preservation program (LP2B) in Kuningan Regency, to identify farmers perception on LP2B and to analyze socioeconomic suitability in the areaof LP2B program. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and likert scale. Based on the result, there are nine socioeconomic indicator on land preservation program (LP2B) in Kuningan Regency, namely; land conversion rate, food balance, disparity between farm and non-farm income, agriculture households, agriculture labor, farmers’ groups, spatial planning policies and farmers perceptions. Farmers have a positive perception on LP2B program. Land preservation program (LP2B) priority should be donein Cilimus sub district due to low support of socio economic characteristic. Meanwhile Ciawigebang and Cibingbin sub district become a next priority of preservation.Keyword : farmer’s perception, food security, land conversion, socioeconomic of LP2B
Manfaat Ekonomi Wisata Alam pada Pemenuhan Pengeluaran Rumah Tangga dan Konservasi Taman Nasional Istiqomah, Asti; Ekayani, Meti; Nuva, .; Pramudita, Danang; Idris, Bahroin; Osmaleli, .
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 24, No 3 (2019): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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The broadening of Mount Halimun Salak National Park (TNGHS) area is unseparable from the trade off between conservation interest and community’ economic interests. An alternative solution to overcome these problems is an action to conduct natural tourism activities in TNGHS. This action is also expected to encourage the participation of community in preserving national parks. The purpose of this study is to examine economic benefits of nature tourism for maintaining the function of conservation of national parks which at the same time can improve the community’ economy in TNGHS area. The methods used are income analysis which includes ratio of economic benefits from tourism activity to total income and covering of economic benefits from tourism to household expenditure and to conservation fund. The results showed that the economic benefits from natural tourism activity obtained by the community was 66% of the total income and it could also fulfil 91% of household expenditure. In addition, ecotourism activities also generate tourism revenue which is called as PNBP as much as 343% of conservation funds.