Restoration

Planned restoration in 7 priority provinces

Peatland restoration infrastructures planned by BRG from year to year. As of 2020 up to 107 PHUs have been scheduled for intervention.

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Source: Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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This dashboard shows the number of restoration planning, which is also known as 3R: Rewetting (including canal blocks planning, deep wells, and canal backfilling), Revegetation, and Revitalization.

Restoration planning aims to determine the potential locations and the direction of the restoration activities. There are several factors that determine the restoration activities namely land cover, canal, land status, spatial planning, and social economic data.

The restoration planning steps are done in three months and are dependent on the area. Afterward, BRG will conduct a field verification to determine the location for the implementation. The planning phase include:

  • Canal blocks, where there are plans to rewet peat through the construction of canal blocks
  • Deep wells, where there are plans to rewet peat through the construction of deep wells
  • Canal backfilling, where there are plans to rewet peat through the construction of canal backfilling
  • Revegetation areas, where there are plans to revegetate or replant peatlands through active interventions such as establishing nurseries, breeding, and planting, as well as passive interventions such as the promotion of natural regeneration and seed dispersal.
  • Revitalization areas, where there are plans to revitalize livelihoods by developing peat-friendly, water-based, and environmentally-sustainable income-generating activities.
Source Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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Planning Data is a desktop study result that requires further Survey Investigative Design (SID), Detail Engineering Design (DED) and Rapid Assessment (RA) prior implementation.

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Implemented restoration in 7 priority provinces

Peatland restoration infrastructures constructed by BRG from year to year. As of 2019 up to 72 PHUs have been successfully intervened.

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Source: Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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This dashboard shows the number of restoration implementations which are known as 3R: Rewetting (including canal blocks planning, deep wells, and canal backfilling), Revegetation, and Revitalization.

The restoration implementation steps can go up to 3 to 6 months depending on the intervention. The implementation steps include:

  • Canal blocks, where peat rewetting through the construction of canal blocks were implemented
  • Deep wells, where peat rewetting through the construction of deep wells were implemented
  • Canal backfilling, where peat rewetting through the construction of canal backfilling were implemented
  • Revegetation areas, where revegetation or replanting of peatlands through active interventions such as establishing nurseries, breeding, and planting, as well as passive interventions such as the promotion of natural regeneration and seed dispersal, were implemented
  • Revitalization areas, where livelihoods revitalization by developing peat-friendly, water-based, and environmentally-sustainable income-generating activities were implemented
Source Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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  • Not all of planning data passed through Survey Investigative Design (SID), Detail Engineering Design (DED) and Rapid Assessment (RA) that later on implemented on the ground.
  • Implementation restoration data in PRIMS showcase the completed implementation, collected and verified at the end of each year. Therefore, there will be discrepancies between the planned restoration and the actual implementation in a given year.
  • Restoration implementation data shows the implementation completed in the selected year. So that some implementaion data is the result of previous year's planning.

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Peat Care Villages in 7 priority provinces

Peat Care Village (DPG) is a village development and empowerment program in BRG priority restoration areas. It was funded by the state, BRG partners, and the private sector. 

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District Gov Partners Private total

Source: Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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Desa Peduli Gambut (DPG), or 'Peat Care Villages' in English, is a village development program in BRG priority restoration areas.

Among other things, the DPG program facilitates spatial planning activities, conflict identification and resolution, recognition and legalization of rights and access, institution building for water and land management, inter-village cooperation, economic empowerment, strengthening of local knowledge, and community fire prevention in rural areas and villages.

Source Peat Restoration Agency, 2020

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Demonstration plots

Research and pilot projects within the rewetting, revegetation, economic revitalization, and integrated peatland restoration framework. These projects will be used as learning plots for replication of peatland restoration technology elsewhere.

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Source: Peat Restoration Agency, 2017-2020

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This layer/dashboard shows the number of research plots conducted by BRG in seven priority provinces. BRG's Deputy of Research and Development has conducted research and pilot projects within the framework for rewetting, revegetation, economic revitalization, and integrated peatland restoration. BRG collaborates with research partners from universities, related institutions and ministries.

The outputs from these activities will be used to provide scientific support for achieving peat restoration targets. The trials are called research plots which will be used as learning plots for replication of peatland restoration technology elsewhere.

Source Peat Restoration Agency, 2017-2020

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Restoration Indicative Map 7 priority provinces

BRG uses the Peatland Restoration Indicative Map (PIR) to plan the appropriate peatland restoration interventions based on local conditions at a specific area. Below are the ratio and areas of the four categories under the map.

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Source: Peat Restoration Agency, 2019

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This dashboard showcases the total area that indicates the peatland restoration priority area. The area is analyzed based on degraded peatland criteria which factors in burned peatland, the presence of canal, protected peatland area, and cultivated peatland area. The analysis is utilizing the data which is available on BRG, BBSLDP BIG, and the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry. This includes the canal network map (UGM & BRG, 2017), peatland ( BBSLDP, 2011), Administrative area (BIG, 2015), Peatland Ecosystem Function (MoEF, 2017), burned area (MoEF, 2015 -2017), Land Cover (MoEF, 2017), and PIPPIB XIV (MoEF, 2018) 

BRG uses this map to plan appropriate peatland restoration interventions based on peatland degradation specifications. The Peatland Restoration Indicative Map requires detailed field verification to determine the optimal approach to peatland restoration. It is divided into four categories, namely:

  • Post-2015 Fire Restoration Priorities – Priority restoration areas burned in 2015;
  • Peat Dome with Canal Restoration Priorities (protection function) – Priority restoration areas located in deep peatlands with a thickness of more than 3 meters where canals have been built;
  • Peat Dome Without Canal Restoration Priorities (protection function) – Priority restoration areas located in deep peatland with a thickness of more than 3 meters, where no canals have been built; and,
  • Peat with Canal Restoration Priorities (cultivation function) – Priority restoration areas located in shallow peatland with a thickness of less than 3 meters, where canals have been built.
Source Peat Restoration Agency, 2019

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Tinggi muka air tanah in 7 priority provinces

List of area and its groundwater level status. The groundwater level are obtained from telemetric groundwater level sensors and indicated the degree of peatland's wetness, and data is updated every 30 minutes.

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Province District Dangerous Caution Safe

Source: Agency for the Assesment and Application of Technology, 2017-2018, Peat Restoration Agency, 2017-2018, Japan International Cooperation Agency, 2017-2018"

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This layer or dashboard showcase the total groundwater level status on peatland, which differentiated into three categories Dangerous, Alert, and Safe. The data is generated from a telemetry groundwater level measurement apparatus every 30 minutes. It contains data from the seven priority provinces (Jambi, West Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, Papua, Riau, and South Sumatra), up to the district level.

Source Agency for the Assesment and Application of Technology, 2017-2018, Peat Restoration Agency, 2017-2018, Japan International Cooperation Agency, 2017-2018"

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https://sipalaga.brg.go.id/

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