Project Description

To restore and protect their customary forests, 7,000 hectares of which have already been destroyed by palm oil, mining and oil companies, the Dayak indigenous group on the island of Kalimantan replanted more than 700 hectares of forests with traditional wood and fruit trees—under threat due to land clearing— and engages in map-making and advocacy in an effort to secure legal recognition of their 4,000 remaining hectares of forest.