Based on UU No. 5 Tahun 1990 (the law), national parks are natural conservation areas that have native ecosystems, managed by zoning systems that are used for research, science, education, cultural, tourism, and recreational purposes. Behind this most popular concept of nature in the world, there are many problems of land use in it. Sukarame Village is one example of a village where most of the village area is in the Halimun Salak National Park area. There are various reasons people can live and carry out economic and socio-cultural activities in the Halimun Salak National Park area. One of the economic activities was PETI (unlicensed gold mining), which can show there is an economic activity to the tertiary level. For indigenous people, this modernization can continue without removing various native cultures and values. This study aims to analyze the indigenous people activities and land-use in the national park rules. Data collection in this study used field surveys and in-depth interviews with village officials and local communities. The analyze are used qualitative descriptive. The results of the study show that people's activities and development can continue, although the people of Sukarame Village are living in the national park area with limited access to several villages. Historical and natural resources are the reason factor for people to survive and settle. Then, there are some agreements with local government, so the indigenous people can continue their activities and accept the modernization.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 15 Jan 2020|
|Event||2nd International Conference on Geography and Education, ICGE 2019 - East Java, Indonesia|
Duration: 10 Oct 2019 → …