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Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) collaborates with Faculty of Agriculte, University of Udayana (UNUD) and supported by FAO-ID and Kemenkokesra RI have been conducting a mapping of GIAHS candidate of Indonesia. As a team leader of Globally Important Agriculture Heritage System (GIAHS), Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin (IPB) presented result of mapping GIAHS Site of Five Regions of Indonesia (Sumberjaya Lampung, Suroloyo Kulonprogo Yogyakarta; Pampang Village Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Bugbug Village Karangasem, Bali and Labbo Village, Bantaeng South Sulawesi). This workshop was attended by representatives of Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Forestry, Ministry of Marine & Fishery, Ministry of Public Works, and Ministry of Home Affairs. Based on the GIAHS workshop result which was held by Kemenkokesra & FAO Roma, Italy in Pan Sari Pacific Hotel Jakarta on March 18, 2014, Bugbug Traditional Village/Karagngasem/Bali is selected as GIAHS candidate from Indonesia. Therefore since March 9 till March 13, 2014 deeper study on Bugbug Village was done by Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin (IPB), Lury Yusiana, M.Sc., Ni Wayan Febriana, M.Sc. (UNUD), Mr. Rivandri Kevin Siregar (AUSAID), and Mr Rudi Hermawan (Kemenkokesra). On Thursday, March 10, 2014 the GIAHS Reserach team was accepted by Keliyan Desa Adat Bugbug, Keliyan Desa Perbekel Bugbug, Keliyan Banjar-banjar Adat, Keliyan Guru, Keliyan Subak, Keliyan Abian, Keliayan kelompok Tani Nelayan, and representatives of BAPPEDA and Agriculture Agency of Karangasem District. Detail discussion between GIAHS research team and Bugbug communities were held successfully. Bugbug community and local government of Karangasem District support Bugbug Village to be proposed as the Indonesian GIAHS. This point was stated directly by Bupati Bugbug when GIAHS research team visited him on the last day, Sunday, March 13, 2014. Field survey was conducted by Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin in order to have some data of ecology, economy and socio-culture. Data of community food security, biodiversity conservation, water resources management, social and agriculture organization and remarkable landscape were collected from the field directly through interview, measurement, video and picture recording. Supporting data from village statistical data and BAPPEDA also were gathered in order to complete the GIAHS Grand Proposal that will be presented in Roma, Italy on April 28, 2014.