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We have research based on cultural and scientific traditions in this field, with collected data sets and on various types of flora (and Fauna for the future). This research can be broadly categorized into three main components, all of which include assessment and monitoring:
1. Assessment of forest conditions, including forest structure, productivity and hydrology, as well as processes and functions
2. Investigate the impact of human activities on forest conditions; and A reforestation project, in which we aim to develop better techniques for identifying severely damaged areas of burnt or burnt forest.
3. Understanding all species of flora, is very important for an ecosystem approach to conservation.

In the peat swamp forest area, based on the vegetation structure that appears at each level includes grasses dominated by hawuk (Pteris sp.) and kalakai (Stenochlaena palustris) ferns, kalalawite (Uncaria sp.) Planchonia valida) and my clothes keput (Ixora havilandii). Based on the results of the inventory, there are 68 types of pioneer plants divided into 18 families, including galam (Melaleuca leucadendron), soils/tumih/meat (Combretocarpus rotundatus), stretched (Campnosperma sp.). Types of intermediates that exist are jelutung swamp (Dyera sp.), pulai (Alstonia pneumatophora) and punak (Tetramerista glabra), ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), belangiran (Shorea balangeran) meranti (Shorea pauciflora, S.platycarpa, S. tysmaniana, Shorea spp.), jelutung (Dyera. polyphyla), nocturnal (Diospyros malam), punak (Tetramerista glabra), sands (Urandra secundiflora), bananas (Mezzetia parvifolia), nyatoh (Palaquium cochleari), guava (Eugenia sp.), bintangur (Calophyllum Kunstleri), and splayed (Campnosperma auriculata). Several types of epiphytic plants from the Platycerium clan as a complement to the area. The area has also been enriched with several protected plant species such as Jelutung, ramin, and ironwood. Medicinal plants such as pasak bumi, yellow root, and barito tabat. In addition, several types of orchids and ornamental plants have been kept by attaching them to tree trunks around the location, as well as typical Central Kalimantan fruit plants such as Tanggaring and Tangkuhis. To support making the area a conservation area, green open space, eco tourism, environmental education, conservation, forest and land fire alert posts, self-help extension demonstration plots, libraries and local economic development.