“THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KERINCI PEOPLE AND FOREST RESOURCES: An Anthropological-Ecological Approach,” the Third Book by Hefri Oktoyoki (Lecturer in Forestry FP UNIB).

“THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KERINCI PEOPLE AND FOREST RESOURCES: An Anthropological-Ecological Approach,” the Third Book by Hefri Oktoyoki (Lecturer in Forestry FP UNIB).

Bengkulu, February 10, 2024 – Hefri Oktoyoki, S.Hut., M.Si., a lecturer in the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Bengkulu (FP UNIB), has released his third book titled “THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KERINCI PEOPLE AND FOREST RESOURCES: An Anthropological-Ecological Approach.” This book makes a valuable contribution to understanding the dynamic relationship between the Kerinci People (indigenous peoples) and forest resources in the region.

The book combines anthropological and ecological approaches (research findings, field mentoring, and UNDP project outcomes) to delve into the relationship between the Kerinci people and the forest environment surrounding them. Hefri Oktoyoki, an expert in Social Forestry and Forestry Business, presents an in-depth analysis of how the Indigenous Peoples interact with the forest ecosystem and its impact on the sustainability of natural resources.

Within the book, Oktoyoki explains various aspects, ranging from local traditions and customary systems to sustainable practices in utilizing forest resources. The anthropological-ecological approach used provides a holistic perspective, revealing the complexity of the relationship between humans and their environment.

Oktoyoki, also highlights important issues such as biodiversity conservation and the challenges faced by the Kerinci People in maintaining the balance of the forest ecosystem.

The book “THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE KERINCI PEOPLE AND FOREST RESOURCES: An Anthropological-Ecological Approach” is expected to be a crucial reference for academics, students, and practitioners interested in the fields of anthropological-ecology and forestry. This work is also anticipated to provide further insights into how humans can interact sustainably with their natural environment.

The book is now available in various bookstores and on Google Play Book, representing a valuable contribution from Oktoyoki to forestry and anthropological-ecological literature in Indonesia.

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