1. DEVELOPMENT OF PALM OIL PLANTATION AND ITS EFFECT ON EXISTENCE OF PRODUCTION LIMITED FORESTCase Study: LIMITED PRODUCTION FOREST IN MUKOMUKO REGENCY AHMAD MEDAPRI H, SH
2. Education Background and Employment Under Graduate : Law Faculty of AndalasUniversity, West Sumatera Major in : Law Working for : Law Bureau at Goverment Officeof Bengkulu Province Position : Staff 3. INDONESIA 4. Research Backgroud Bengkulu province has 435,116 hectares plantation area in 2010. Growth of oil palm plantation area from 166.627 hectares in2009 to 190.787 hectares in 2010. Most of the oil palmplantation in Bengkulu owned by private estates. Muko-Muko Regency is one of the main locations of oil palmplantations in the province of Bengkulu. There are many rights of Enterprises that issued by localgovernments of Mukomuko Regency in the Limited ProductionForest Zone. 5. Plantation area in Bengkulu Province 6. Theoritical Base Economics Development Development Theory Agricultural economy Forestry 7. Tables of Palm Oil Productions and Poor Population in the Province of Bengkulu(BPS-Statistics Indonesia)Palm Oil Production (Tons)Poor population (%)700,00025.0023.00600,000 602,735615,624 22.13 20.0020.64500,00018.5918.30 450,278 15.00400,000 373,815373,815300,000 10.00200,0005.00100,000 00.002006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 8. The number of farmers from the fivemajor plantation sector in the province of Bengkulu in 20092,792 21,724 97,598 57,741Most of the59,258farmers work inPalm Oiloil palmRubberplantationsRobusta CoffeeArabicca CooffeCacao 9. Problem Questions1. How is the development of palm oil plantations in the Mukomuko Regency?2. How does the existence of limited production forest area in Mukomuko Regency?3. What is the impact of the development of palm oil plantations on the Limited Production Forest in Mukomuko Regency? 10. The three actorThe Goverment of MukomukoPalm Oil PlantationThe Farmer Limited ProductionForest 11. Research Statements" Development of oil palm plantations affect thelimited production forest in MukomukoRegency In 2007 when analyzing land cover in theDistrict of Muko Muko, more than 6,000hectares of forest have been taken over byplantation companies,(Gunggung Senoaji, Forestry FacultyLecturer At The University of Bengkulu) 12. Research Objectives1. To know the development condition of oil palm plantations in Mukomuko Regency.2. To know some constraints in the development of the agricultural sector, especially oil palm plantations.3. To find the impact of the development of palm oil plantations for the Limited Production Forest area in Mukomuko Regency? 13. Research MethodField researchThis method related to the effort of collecting data and alsodiscussion and interview. Those data are SpatialRegulation, Forestry Regulation, region income, Statutes, theresult of interview and other related data.Librarian researchIn order to have the real ovarview about the research theme,the librarian research will help to construct theoritical base asthe guide-line to come to thesis statement and conclution.Time Series AnalysisThis analysis is needed to show and prove the correlationbetween dependent variables and independent variables byusing statistical tools of analysis. It also will help to analize thevariation of data, the trend and tendencies.