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Legal Sociology of Agricultural Functions in the Area of the Former Peatland Project, Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan

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Abstract: Agricultural land conversion must be controlled. The way to do this is by making spatial plans that accommodate the sustainability of agricultural lands to support national food security. The spatial plan must be supported by regulations both at the national and regional levels as a policy that is more operational to prevent or control conversion of agricultural land. The control strategy is through regulations that can suppress and control the rate of land use change and stakeholder views on the existence of policy regulations and legal instruments (laws and regulations), economic instruments (incentives, disincentives, compensation) and zoning (restrictions on the conversion of agricultural land functions). Each regency must determine the area of sustainable food-producing agricultural land, namely agricultural land that is protected and developed to produce staple food. Operational activities to prevent or control the conversion of agricultural land are carried out based on sustainable food agriculture land planning which includes: (1) Sustainable food agriculture areas, (2) Sustainable food agricultural land, and (3) Sustainable food agriculture land reserves.

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