This study aims to determine the potential for ecotourism and the feasibility of the potential of ecotourism in the Tahura buffer zone of Sultan Syarif Hasyim, Minas Jaya Village. This research was conducted by means of a survey to obtain data through interviews and questionnaires in which the sample of respondents was taken by accidental sampling. From the results of research that has been done, this area deserves to be developed into a tourist area because it is found the potential of ecotourism objects in the form of a wealth of natural resources such as flora and fauna, the beauty of the lake and its landscape, as well as many natural tourism activities that can be carried out. The Tahura Buffer Area of â€‹â€‹Sultan Syarif Hasyim, Minas Jaya Village, is feasible to be developed with the level of eligibility of each class with a score of each class, namely 846 attractiveness, 144 accommodations, 300 infrastructure. While for accessibility class it cannot be said to be feasible with a score of 455.
1) Measure the physical quality of instant ginger herbal drinks 2) Test the effect of the type of instant ginger drink on the consumer's hedonic rating. This research was conducted at the Laboratory of the Faculty of Forestry, Universitas Lancang Kuning using a completely randomized design with research factors of the types of spices added, namely without adding spices, adding cinnamon spices and lime, and adding spices of lemongrass and tamarind spices. Data on beverage quality consists of water content, ash content, and total dissolved solids. Whereas consumer hedonic rating data includes aroma, taste, thickness, color and overall preference. Data on beverage quality were analyzed descriptively and compared with SNI. Hedonic test data was analyzed using variance analysis, followed by Duncan is multiple comparison test. The results showed that the physical quality of instant jeu herbal drinks made without the addition of NTFPs as well as the addition of NTFPs consisting of water content, ash content and total dissolved solids still met SNI regarding the quality of traditional beverage powder. The type of concoction of instant ginger herbal drinks has a significant effect on the hedonic rating of color, aroma, thickness and overall preference (overall).
Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) is part of a forest ecosystem that has an important role. One of NTFPs which have high economic value and is a source of livelihood of rural communities is often called wild honey or honey sialang. This study aims to: 1) Calculate the potential of the tree and the honey produced sialang 2) Knowing how to manage the honey sialang by society and the problems. Primary data was collected through interviews with respondents using the help of questioners. Data were analyzed descriptively. Potential production of honey from the beehive tree is quite large, each tree can sialang inhabited by about 30 colonies/nest, where the number has further decreased when compared to the time of the woods yet many are converted. In each tree each harvest can be produced approximately 150 kg of honey. Institutional managers honey sialang in the Sub-District of Middle Kampar Kiri is still very minimal. Honey gatherers farmers' organizations have not yet formed, there is only one indigenous group in the village of Penghidupan, whose members are people who are still there family relationship. There are 130 trees sialang and produced 19,500 kg of honey. Honey sialang management is still done traditionally.
The pulp and paper industry produces liquid waste in its production process. Liquid waste in solid form of sludge can be utilized as compost fertilizer. Research conducted at PT. Indah Kiat Pulp and PT Arara Abadi Rasau Kuning District, Riau Province. The aim of this research is to know the effect of compost fertilizer from pulp and paper industry waste on Eucalyptus pellita growth and to determine the most appropriate dose of compost for growth of Eucalyptus pellita. The research method was done by applying compost in 3-month Eucalyptus pellita with dosage of o gram, 750 gram, 1000 gram and 1250 gram. Parameters measured over 3 months were plant height, plant diameter and number of leaves. Provisi on of compost fertilizer from pulp and paper industry waste has no significant effect on Eucalyptus pellita growth. Visually, the most appropriate dose of compost for the growth of Eucalyptus pellita is a dose of 1000 grams.
This study aims to identify the types of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) in the KPHP Model Minas Tahura area and analyze the development opportunities to diversify the income of the people around the forest. The research method is survey method, with object of forest area and community around forest. The data taken are primary data, ie vegetation types that have the potential to generate NTFPs and respondent profile data as well as their interests and desires to develop NTFPs. While the secondary data in the form of general conditions KPHP Model Minas Tahura and other data that support. The results of all data are analyzed descriptively. Result of survey and analysis of vegetation found 30 species at the level of trees, While at the pile level found 21 species, the level of sapling 16 species, and the level of seeds as many as 29 species. From all levels of vegetation growth, there are 21 species that potentially produce NTFPs with various functions and benefits, such as food, medicines, and industrial raw materials. The results of interviews and answers to questionnaires from community respondents around the forest, all respondents know NTFPs and are eager to develop various types of NTFPs in forest areas. It can be concluded that KPHP Model Minas Tahura area has the potential to develop NTFPs based on the availability of critical land for rehabilitation with various types of plants and the desire of surrounding communities to get involved in such activities.
This study aims to 1) identify the types of NTFP and the level of excellence in Kampar District, 2) Formulate a potential HHBK development strategy to be excellent in Kampar District. The study was conducted on May -August 2016, with survey method. Data collection is done on three objects that are potential areas of NTFP, community and related offices. The data collection on the potential of NTFPs and the determination of the level of excellence of each type of HHBK shall be guided by the Minister of Forestry Regulation No.P.21 / Menhut-II / 2009. The results of the study identified the types of HHBK in Kampar Regency there are 9 types, namely: honey (from Apis dorsata), rattan (Calamus sp), durian (Durio zibethinus), mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana), tampui (Bacaurea macrocarpa) Scaphium macropodum), Pinang (Areca catechu), petai (Parkia speciosa) and gaharu (Aqularia malaccensis), with HHBK excellence class including class II and class III. D evelopment strategy of superior HHBK of Kampar Regency: 1) Improvem ent of product quality and diversification (honey and durian); 2) Increasing the quality of rural human resources; 3) Strengthening of rural institutions; 4) Facilities / business capital development, post-harvest handling and marketing.
Rubber trees planted by people in several districts of Riau province, among them the Kampar regency. Rubber seed that has not valuable feed source can be used for one of them is a main ingredient of fish feed. In addition to rubber seed, Tower Island Village also produces waste Patin fish entrails. The waste generated from the business community to make smoked fish Patin. During this time the waste is dumped in waterways around residences. Problems IbM partners: 1) Partners have the willingness to do busine ss, but do not have the knowledge and skills in the field of production, 2) Partners do not have knowledge in aspects of business management, which is a way of packaging, marketing, and business analysis calculations. Solutions are performed: training and assistance for people with the target communities to utilize the waste around them. Outputs from this IbM activities include: 1) The method of making rubber seed flour; 2) Method of making the feed / fish pellet made from rubber seed flour; 3) The method o f making a liquid organic fertilizer from waste fish entrails catfish; 4) Method of manufacture of poultry feed from catfish waste; 5) rubber seed flour; 6) Feed / fish pellet; 7) liquid organic fertilizer; 8) feed poultry. Mitra has begun to open wawasany a in utilizing waste rubber seed and catfish after receiving an explanation from the team. Partners receive initial skills in the utilization of fish waste and rubber seeds to manufacture pellets of fish, organic liquid fertilizer and poultry feed.
Pasak bumi is one kind of medicinal plants commonly consumed by people and grow in Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio. Information on the ecological conditions Pasak bumi in Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio is important known as an indicator of the presence of Pasak bumi, and their population in the forest. The purpose of this study to analyze the ecological conditions Pasak bumi in Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio , and know how to use Pasak bumu conducted by people around the Prohibition of Indigenous Forests R umbio. The method used in this study was a survey method, the implementation of the research started from the observation, creating a plot, measurement, and data acquisition. The average temperature in the research location 28,09 0 C, average air humidity 85.38%, and the average light intensity of 582.20 lux, type of soil is Red Yellow Podzolic, w ith a pH of 5.5-6.4. Pasak bumi found in site which it is flat and slopes for 15%, with an altitude of 600-750 m above sea level. Pasak bumi grown on sloping ground that is not waterlogged. Communities around the Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio utilize Pasak bumi from the leaves, stems, bark and roots. The perceived benefits of the Pasak bumi by society is to improve blood circulation, eliminate fatigue, malaria drugs, smooth urination, mouth sores, itching disease medicine, a tonic after childbirth and fever.
One of the government's efforts in maintaining the ecological balance in urban areas is to give an award in the form of "ADIPURA" to the cities judged to meet criteria such as; hygiene, beauty, beauty, comfort, green and other environmental aspects. The purpose of research is to identify the level of understanding of students and employees of the University Lancang Kuning Pekanbaru. Primary data was col lected through interviews with respondents using the help of questionnaires (attached). Determination of the respondents were randomized (random sampling) for each faculty (S1). The number of respondents who were taken as many as 30 students and 30 employe es. Data obtained from filling the questionnaire will be processed in the following manner; the number of questions in questionnaires of 20 questions. Each question provided three answers for respondents to choose according to their understanding. To quant ify the data by using a Likert scale, which is any of respondents who are knowledgeable about Verse (answer "Yes") rated 3, which is not yet fully understood (answered "Doubt") was given a value of 2 and that does not understand (answered "No") by a value of 1. the data obtained will be analyzed descriptively, the depiction of data obtained as it is, without any lawyer-generalisasian. Data will be illustrated through tables or graphs. Based on the research results can be summarized as follows: (1) the level of student understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (33.33%), moderate (56.67%) and low (10%); (2) the level of employees' understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (63.33%) and moderate (36.67%).
One of the sources of air pollutants are carried by most humans is cigarette smoke. Effects of smoking are numerous and dangerous to the health of both active smokers (actors) as well as passive smokers. The habit of smoking by the community of long standing. Smokers are generally carried out by people who are reaching adulthood from various circles, one of which is the student. Cigarette smoke is a pollutant for humans and the surrounding environment. Many diseases have been shown to arise from smoking, either directly or indirectly. This study aimed to: identify the level of dependence of Lancang Kuning University students Pekanbaru to smoking. This research was conducted at the campus of the University of Lancang Kuning. Data were obtained from filling the questionnaire will be processed in the following way Fargerstorm Tolerance Questionnaire Br J Addict. The number of respondents as many as 30 students obtained the degree of dependence on cigarettes ranging from mild, moderate and height / weight. Several factors are thought to affect, among other things such as limited money (still depending on shipment parent), time to smoke limited (for lectures and practicum) and there is an effort to save money. In this study, the students obtained the degree of dependence on cigarettes: lightweight (6.67%), moderate (70%) and high (23.33%).