AGP has run
and managed TWNC successfully for a respectable amount of time, still there are many challenges still facing AGP in regards to our efforts to save wild
life and the environment.
Some of these challenges are suspected to have begun many years ago, during the severe deforestation period.
The clearing of the forest area gave the opportunity for Mantangan (Merremia peltata) an invasive species of flowering vine that spread aggressively and cover the leftover trees and subsequently killing them.Besides Mantangan, we are also facing great challenge of TWNC coastal area that is being eroded, as much as 20 meters since AGP started to manage TWNC.
As a country which is blessed with the heritage of the 3rd largest tropical rainforest in the world, Indonesia must rise to the challenge of saving and restoring the forests for the benefit of not only its population, but for all the world’s future generations. TWNC is a conservation area that makes up only a small part of the Indonesian landscape, but AGP is determined to make it a shining example of what caring and nurturing people can do to protect and preserve the nature.
Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation is just a small example of conservation effort is trying to reduce damage caused by irresponsible human action and global warming. TWNC have already planted well over 50,000 trees since 2002 to ensure that nature gets a second chance to bounce back to it natural stage.