Conservation of the Paguyaman forest in North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Dr Lynn Clayton
Imperial College London - RRAG
Host Country Institutions:
To contribute to the Indonesian national biodiversity action plan by implementing a management programme for the Paguyaman Forest Reserve
Indonesian MSc student.
Hold courses in visitor guiding and reserve guarding.
Construct a field station and a training centre.
Establish a long-term monitoring programme. Establish an NGO.
Establish 2 guard posts, 1 observation tower, 1 visitor's lodge, and reserve boundary marking. Establish mobile anti-poaching patrol.
8 local undergraduates carry out projects.
Hold training courses in wildlife biology and the importance of biodiversity conservation.
Train local people in income-generating activities.
Related Projects: Establishment & Management of Nantu National Park, Gorontalo Province, Sulawesi
, Sustainability of Wildlife and Rattan Trades in North Sulawesi