Nature and its abundance for the earth and man is a gift for life. This is the view of life that is still believed by indigenous peoples in the Manusela area. Living in the middle of the North Seram mountains, at the foot of Mount Murkele and Amalea, they have a number of traditions such as pasulaha, pahukoko and pusenai. This tradition is still carried out as a form of gratitude, as well as to use nature wisely; such as asking for permission to take wood from the forest that can be used to build houses. That way, protecting the nature of the Manusela area is the same as maintaining the survival of the people in it.