Strengthening of Human Resources Based on Local Strength Through Current Mushroom Culture from Waste Processing Results Citarum River, West Java Province
This study aims to improve local strength-based human resources (HR) in the Citarum River Basin, namely Cihampelas Village, West Bandung. This research is based on the problems in the area such as the community only as a garbage collector and waste processing has not been maximized and is based on the potential that exists in the Cihampelas Village such as the social aspects of the community which has a strong value of mutual cooperation and ecologically many local strengths such as waste organic and inorganic. Oyster mushroom cultivation is one of the efforts to improve the quality of human resources by processing water hyacinth waste as baglog and briquettes used as fuel. The research method used in this research is qualitative and the instruments used for this research are interviews, observations, and documentation. The results of this study obtained a profile of the people who have the value of mutual cooperation and lack of understanding of the processing of waste, especially water hyacinth for the cultivation of oyster mushrooms, after the training began to maximize waste management using water hyacinth waste for baglog and steaming fuel, and the emergence of attitude creativity, discipline and responsibility in developing the economy.