Trunojoyo University Students Study Mangrove at PHE WMO


Mangrove Eucation Park at Labuhan village in Bangkalan has been one of key CSR projects within PHE WMO and SKK Migas operations area.  The park was established in 2013 and has become study center for environmental perservation and community development. 

University of Trunojoyo in Madura (UTM) held a field trip to the park to fulfill their credits on subject of community development.  30 students participated in the field trip accompanied by PHE WMO representative, Head of HR Ops & Comdev East Java PHE WMO, Ulika Trijoga.

The park focuses on mangrove conservation and its surrounding, exploring local scale economic enterprises, conservation of natural resources and cultural values, as well as quality of life improvement as a direct impact to the program.
The program was started in  2013 and has been planned to be realized until 2018. The initial program conducted rehabilitation of 10,000 mangrove combined with cultivation and nursery of Sea Pines and Californian Papaya.

Trickle down effect of the program comes into place as local communities are able to contribute in its economy through involvement in eco-tourism projects - tourist were enthusiastically came to participate in birdwatching of migrated birds -  as well as cultivation of Californian Papaya and Sea Pines. Local communities participation has been realized as group of local farmer called  KelompokTani Cemara Sejahtera which consists of 25 farmers started to actively participate in the program.  Other foundation such as  Yayasan Mangrove Centre Tuban, focuses on nursery main activity, and PECUK ITS, which focuses on ornithology as bird watching becomes very popular recently, are also active supporter of  Mangrove Education Park. 


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