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Wanagama forest (green land barren Gunungkidul reversed image)

In the middle ground Gunungkidul supposedly barren, there is a conservation area to preserve the earth stay green with diverse crops. Small Miracles was started from a dream Oemi Han'in in 1964. Prof. Oemi Hani'in Suseno use private money to make Wanagama be like now.
At that Wanagama only 10 acres and is now grown to 600 acres. Wanagama rich in various kinds of trees such as pines (Pinus merkusii), ebony (Diospyros celebica) Black Wood of Sulawesi, sandalwood (Santalum album) Fragrant Trees, Mulberry (Morus Alba) and teak (Tectona grandis).
Wanagama also crossed by three streams such as, Oya, Spring Ayu, Banyu Tibo. mix of trees and a tranquil river into a quiet life penyejujk in the hot sun. Prince Charles had a role as well in the history of this Wanagama Forest, during his visit to Wanagama in 1989, he planted teak (Tectona grandis), by local people called Jati Londo.

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