PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh

Since July 2015

PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh is a private company that manages ecosystem restoration concessions. PT ABT has been granted a Business License for Forest Utilization (PBPH) which covers two separate blocks of state production forests totaling 38,665 hectares (BKPM Chief Decree No: 7/1/IUPHHK-HA/PMDN/2015) in Tebo Regency, Jambi Province. The area managed by PT ABT serves as a buffer zone for Bukit Tigapuluh National Park and is an important part of the Bukit Tigapuluh ecosystem. PT Panda Lestari and the Sumatra Forest Ecosystem Conservation Foundation (KEHUS) are shareholders in PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh.

This location is the only natural forest ecosystem where three key endangered Sumatran species live together, namely the Sumatran Tiger (Phantera Tigris Sumatrae), the Sumatran Elephant (Elephas Maximus Sumatranus), and the Tapir (Tapirus Indicus). The PT ABT concession area is also a reintroduction site for the Sumatran Orangutan (Pongo abelii), which has been ongoing since 2001.

For the well-being of the community, ABT strives to restore the balance of the ecosystem as a habitat for protected species, providing vital components for life, and generating Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs). The PT ABT concession forest serves as a source of livelihood for the surrounding communities, namely the Melayu Tuo who reside on the outskirts, the Talang Mamak who reside within the area, and the Suku Anak Dalam who lead a nomadic lifestyle.



PT Alam Bukit Tigapuluh aims to be the best and innovative executor of tropical forest ecosystem restoration, based on strong support and collaboration from stakeholders, while serving as the primary reference for successful forest ecosystem management in Indonesia.


  • To successfully restore and preserve forest ecosystems within the ecosystem restoration concession area, including biodiversity values, river basin functions, and carbon reserves.
  • To establish partnerships with communities inside and around the concession area to provide ecosystem restoration and preservation, promote job growth opportunities and employment for the local community.
  • To coordinate, collaborate, and build relationships with stakeholders regarding the integrity of the ecosystem restoration concession area and buffer zone in the management of the restoration area in a sustainable manner.
  • To contribute to the improvement of public awareness, science, government policies and regulations, and the implementation of ecosystem restoration management in Indonesia, and to function as a leading member of the ecosystem restoration concession holder association.



Joko Sarjito

Direktur Eksekutif

Nety Riana Sari

Communications and Partnerships Manager

Faizal Wahyu

Finance and Personnel Manager

Taufiq Hidayat

Manajer Operasional

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Currently, there are 2,500 trees ready for adoption in the vicinity of the Alam Bukit Tigapuluh concession area in Tebo Regency, Jambi. These planted trees can provide benefits to the environment and the communities in the surrounding area. Donate for the future of humanity and nature.