Human Resource Development to Achieve Agricultural Sustainability in Bubakan Village, Tulakan District, Pacitan Regency

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Andini Lestari Luhur Prasetyo

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According to the theory, human resource development is an activity carried out by the organization to facilitate employees to have the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to handle current or future jobs. For agriculture in Bubakan Village to remain sustainable for future generations, various activities are provided in the form of training and education on fertilizers, joint farmer group discussions, and agricultural extension. But these activities and efforts have no effect on agricultural sustainability because farmers still use chemical fertilizers and choose to work in the non-agricultural sector. The research objectives are to analyze agricultural sustainability in Bubakan Village, analyze efforts to realize agricultural sustainability through human resource development in Bubakan Village, and analyze the impact of human resource development on agricultural sustainability in Bubakan Village. This research uses a qualitative method through a descriptive approach. The type of research is field research. Data collection techniques were interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of the research can be concluded that: 1) agricultural sustainability in Bubakan Village has been maintained and running (sustainable) because it fulfills 5 indicators out of a total of 7 indicators; 2) human resource development through education and training, farmer group discussions (Gapoktan) and agricultural counseling; 3) The impact of human resource development can be seen from the knowledge, skills, and sustainability of the agricultural sector.

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LESTARI, Andini; PRASETYO, Luhur. Human Resource Development to Achieve Agricultural Sustainability in Bubakan Village, Tulakan District, Pacitan Regency. Proceeding of Annual International Conference on Islamic Economics (AICIE), [S.l.], v. 2, n. 1, p. 315-327, sep. 2023. ISSN 2963-6116. Available at: <https://prosiding.iainponorogo.ac.id/index.php/aicie/article/view/1037>. Date accessed: 04 mar. 2024. doi: https://doi.org/10.21154/aicie.v2i1.1037.
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