We have over 50 years of practical experience in the field of sustainable cultivation of lowland, wetland, and flatland situated within the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Flatland can be simply defined as the geographical area composed chiefly of land that varies little in elevation. It is notable for its flatness and lacks appreciable topographic relief. Meanwhile, lowland is considered as an area that is relatively lower than its surrounding and is usually not higher than 200 meters (660 feet). The range of elevation of land in Riau province, where our Sumatran project site is located, is between 2-91 meters above sea level.
Our strategy is to combine the experience that we have in implementing comprehensive water management system that resulted in a sustainable agricultural practice within our plantation, with cutting-edge scientific studies and strategic partnerships. Through the sound scientific knowledge, we aim to make our organization a well-trusted source of information, and through strategic collaboration with relevant external entities, we see the opportunity to leverage significant change