Authors : Suwarto; Dwinita Aquastini; Hasanudin; M. Masrudy; M. Fadjeri; Emi Malaysia; Noorhamsyah; Sofyan Bulkis; Herijanto Thamrin; Rudi Djatmiko;
Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 12 - December
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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7487959
Traditional silvofishery ponds is form of local
wisdom of coastal people in use for aquaculture.
Combination of forest cultivation (mangrove) with
aquaculture ponds performed on a specially designed in
such a way so as to allow the cultivation of forestry plants
(mangrove) and fishery in the same land management
The uniqueness of the traditional silvofishery ponds,
in fish farming does not undertake sowing but only
harvest various types of commodity that come alive and
evolve naturally in the pond. This research was conducted
on traditional silvofishery ponds managed by the
community at the Mahakam Delta in East Kalimantan
region, to know the natural fishery commodities produced
include commodities, productivity and economic value.
This research was conducted through field surveys,
interviews, and direct observation at the time of harvest
of the commodity that is produced.
Keywords : Economic Value, Fishery Commodity, Local Wisdom, Productivity, Traditional Silvofishery Ponds.