Category: Satwa Ecolodge

OUR FOUNDATION NEWS – AGRICULTURE AT KELIMUTU ECOLODGE AND THE GOAT AT SATWA ECOLODGE

OUR FOUNDATION NEWS. AGRICULTURE AT KELIMUTU ECOLODGE AND THE GOAT AT SATWA ECOLODGE Farmers everywhere watch the skies, ‘’will it rain ?”  Our staff in Flores at the Kelimutu Crater Lakes EcoLodge are asking the same question. A Conservation loan for land clearing resulted in a good crop of Sawi Putih or White Cabbage ( after a slug feast delayed the start ). This was followed by a good crop of cabbages so more were […]

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SURVIVAL UNDER THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC – THE INDONESIA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION

SURVIVAL UNDER THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC THE INDONESIA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION The Kelimutu Ecolodge’s rice field – provide an organic food for our staff, our lodge and community around the area The global situation regarding infection with the virus COVID 19 seems to be getting worse with the disease out of control in many key countries around the world. This situation extends the expected recovery of Ecolodges Indonesia from September 2021 to at least the middle […]

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The Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) of Way Kambas National Park

ANIMAL SIGHTED AT OUR LODGE The Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) of Way Kambas National Park -Scroll kebawah untuk terjemahan dalam Bahasa- The Leopard Cat by Hariyono   Our next animal in the The “Animals sighted” section of our blog is The Leopard Cat of Way Kambas National Park – Lampung – South Sumatra This was another lucky day of our resident guide Hariyono, again…! “ I was on my way back to the lodge after […]

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REPORT on PROGRAMS FOR OUR SURVIVAL AS A CONSERVATION COMPANY

Introduction The COVID 19 virus caused business in Ecolodges Indonesia to cease within two weeks of late February and early March 2020. With only six months liquid funds available, all 89 staff took massive salary reductions, some up to 80%, and part time work to help the company survive over a period of 18 – 24 months. Most of our staff have served ELI for more than 10 years in their different locations. During this […]

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In Memoriam

Mt Kelimutu Sunset

In Memoriam We wish to pay tribute to two people who have helped and supported us over many years. Marcel Adi                                                                                                                          Marcel Adi with a Sumatran Rhino Marcel Adi, born and brought up a Christian in Java, passed suddenly in April 2020 in Borneo. Marcel was a Board member over the period 2013 – 2018 and, also acted as an advisor on many aspects of conservation especially around the Way Kambas National Park (WKNP) […]

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What our staff are doing and achieving at all our lodges.

One of the great achievements of Ecolodges Indonesia has been to instill a feeling of ownership of the company in most of our staff. This has had many positive results including loyalty and a feeling of the importance of a job in this working environment. Now, when the Indonesian part of the company has been cut off from face to face contact with its worldwide support group, a further vital characteristic has developed, namely, a […]

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