3. Sonor farming system to agro-silvo-fishery
BAU: ‘sonor’ farming 2018 à Transition to agrosilvofishery
4. In 2022 à Scaling-up land based on Community
Sustainable Community Based Reforestation and
5. Existing Situation of Community
• Almost community are farmer, with young age, low education and low
• Being farmers are culture, so there is no innovation in doing farming
• Level of vulnerability are moderate
• There are 4 option for livelihoods opportunities
Purun Woven Crafting
Salted and Smoked Fish
Drying and packaging
Problem With Buyer and Market
Problem With Climate and Market
6. Summary Fundings
1. The application of the agrosilvofishery system has a positive impact not only on
improving land agroecosystems but also being able to avoid fires and increase
income and increase community food sources.
2. The existence of a long rainy season which causes long waterlogging causes some
plants to be unable to survive and die.
3. Julutung and Blangeran plants are 2 forest plants that can survive long inundation
(5 months or more) while Tamanu plants can only survive less than 3 months.
4. The fruit plants selected based on the wishes of the farmers were 9 plants
dominated by Orange (Citrus sp.), Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus), Mango
5. Need training and guiding continuesly to the change the culture of farming from
BAU to agrosilvofishery model
7. Lesson Learned
• Develop an agricultural culture of
innovation and collaboration by
enhancing creativity and problem-
solving skills of the farmers,
• Building farmers’s teamwork and
trust by developing leadership and
communication skills between
researcher and farmers.
• Creating supportive environment for
the farmers with action learning.
• Connecting the stakeholder
• Farmers more frequently visit and
take care the land.
• Avoiding land fire.
• Improvement of land diversity.
• Increase land productivity and.
• Indirectly improvement the
nutrition quality of communities.
CAPACITY BUILDING TECHNICAL
1. Climate Change still be a concern
2. Constraints on water management on land surrounded by
private company areas
3. Farmers are not actively guarding and maintaining the land
according to the agreement
4. Farmers resigned
5. The product market is not clear clear
6. Not all stakeholders are involved
9. Direct of Influence for Synergizing All Activities And Dissemination Activities
In Targeted Areas
Relationship With Peers And
Communities Of Practices
Customers, Joint Venture,
Partners, Union, ‘Public’
Managing The Teams For
10. What to do for the Next Collaboration --?
CoE Place and CIFOR-ICRAF
1. Involving more researcher in the project
2. Writing joint proposal for getting more funding
3. Joint research and increasing publication
4. Involving more scientific meeting for collaboration and
5. Disseminate and scaling up to others area
11. What to do for the Next Collaboration --?
For Communities à Building the sustainability in the community
1. Short Plan à Maintain farmer commitmentà Training and
2. Middle Plan àa) Product Processing and (b) Product Market
Developmentà Supply chain management strategy
3. Long Plan à (a) Carbon trading based Community and (2)
promoting continuous improvement and change
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