Extractive Reserves in the State in Rondônia: A Positioning about the Occupation and Expectations / Restrictions Suffered by the Residents

( Vol-6,Issue-4,April 2019 ) OPEN ACCESS

Gleimiria Batista da Costa, Bruna Lívia Timbó de Araújo Balthazar, Aline Maiara Silva Lima, Rosalina Alves Nantes, Jackson Balthazar de Arruda Câmara


Extractive reserves, Occupation. Forest management.


In the state of Rondônia, Extractive Reserves are spread over an area of 1,705,257 hectares, divided into twenty-one state reserves. Currently the reserves are in a situation of abandonment by the government agencies and it is on the basis of these findings that this research was developed to identify the vision that the heads of the families that live in the Extractive Reserves of the State of Rondônia have in relation to the management plans and support from government entities. Thus, the theoretical basis of the concepts of extractive reserves, the national system of conservation units, management plans and sustainable development were used to backup the application of questionnaires and interviews. This research was characterized as a qualitative research, applied and with the use of ethnographic methods. After the study, it was found that the inhabitants of the reserves themselves feel abandoned and thus seek the entry of new residents so that together they can be strengthened and can "enforce" the preservation legislation.

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