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This study aims to describe the implementation of the Adiwiyata school program at Banjarmasin 29 Public Middle School and Banjarmasin 8 Public Middle School which covers aspects of environmental activities at the participatory-based school including the following activities: (1) Implementation of planned environmental protection and management activities for school residents at Banjarmasin 29 Public Middle School and Banjarmasin 8 Public Middle School, (2) Establishing partnerships in the framework of protection and management at Banjarmasin 29 Public Middle School and Banjarmasin 8 Public Middle School. This research is descriptive research with a qualitative approach. The data sources of this research are the Head of the School Adiwiyata Team, Teachers who are Members of the Adiwiyata Team, and the School Principal. The research locations were 29 Banjarmasin Public Middle School and 8 Banjarmasin Public Middle School. Data collection techniques were interviews, observation, and documentation study. The results showed that the implementation of planned environmental protection and management activities at SMP Negeri 29 Banjarmasin and SMP Negeri 8 Banjarmasin has been running optimally and has been carried out routinely. In establishing partnerships in the context of protecting and managing the environment, the two schools have also carried out good cooperation with various external parties. The conclusions of this study indicate that: (1) The implementation of planned environmental protection and management activities for school residents can make activities more effective and the utilization of school facilities will be more efficient. The development of extracurricular activities in schools can support the development of students' self-potential (2) Establishing partnerships in the context of environmental protection and management with various parties can be used by schools in helping to form a character that cares about the environment, so that schools get maximum support to support and improve learning optimally.
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