DI Genamere, bamboo grows quietly. They are everywhere. On the side of the road, in empty land, in the forest. From the air, the Inelika forest area in Ngada, East Nusa Tenggara, is drowned in lush green bamboo. Then they die, at best becoming fences, floor coverings, or chicken cages. The people of Genamere and the villages around the Inelika forest generally do not understand how to use bamboo.