HUMAN RESOURCES PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ON PERMANENT BREEDING PROGRAM BPDASHL CILIWUNG CITARUM AND CIMANUK CITANDUY MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY
The extent of critical land in Indonesia, which reaches 14.02 million hectares, makes forest and land rehabilitation program becomes very important to be implemented. This makes the availability of quality seeds, and according to the target resulting from the effective, efficient, and effective performance of permanent nursery human resources sustainability is very high, including permanent nurseries that located in the working area of BPDASHL Citarum Ciliwung and Cimanuk Citanduy. Broadly speaking, the purpose of this study is to evaluate HR performance permanent nursery located in the working area of BPDASHL Citarum Ciliwung and Cimanuk Citanduy so that the seeds produced have quality high and on target. The research was carried out for twelve months, from January - December 2020, where the respondents are all HR permanent nursery that works in the working area of BPDASHL Ciliwung Citarum and Cimanuk Citaduy. Primary data is collected through techniques interviews, questionnaires, observations, and recordings, while secondary data obtained from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry which oversees all permanent nurseries in Indonesia. Then the data is processed using triangulation method and CIPP model. The results of the study explain that: (1) planning, procurement, development, monitoring and evaluation of human resources permanent nursery is not in accordance with HR Management theory, (2) not yet the development of permanent nursery human resources on an ongoing basis, which can be seen from the absence of education and training sustainable development to all human resources in permanent nurseries, (3) the use of machines and infrastructure have not used the standard economic life of the product (use) so that since the first permanent nursery was built on in 2010 until now there has been no rejuvenation of facilities and infrastructure, (4) the cost of producing MPTS plant seeds (fruits) is more expensive than woody plants, so that there are more permanent nursery human resources provide woody plants (70 percent), compared to MPTS (30 percent). On the other hand, MPTS plants are plants that are in great demand by farmers community to plant because it has high economic value, easy to maintenance, and fast fruiting. On the other hand, economic, ecological added value and social for the community with the existence of permanent nurseries, namely (1) the existence of an increase in the supply of wood raw materials produced from community forests in West Java Province with a view to industry inside and outside West Java, so that economically it has an impact on increasing people's income, (2) permanent nurseries are expected to reduce the rate of critical land in Indonesia, including in West Java Province, (3) permanent nurseries can be used as a means of education, research, and recreation for the community.