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Krebet Village

The origin of this tourist village Krebet a forest on a hill Selarong uninhabitable because it is a bush shrubs and a few trees were worthless. Over time, many people around the hill trying to open forest land for agriculture. One is descended from the residents Mangir spread north to the village area and Triwidadi Sedayu, one of which was my grandmother Kasem trying to open land in the hills.

To facilitate this grandmother answering questions about the neighbourhood in which he cleared the land or cultivating the grandmother was called one of the greatest names of trees and easily seen and the tree is called the tree Krebet. The tree is still there in the crossing road near Punokawan studio and Tirto Waluyo spring.

No wonder the public eye Triwidadi rely live of farming. Most of the crops are planted in the form of: polo kependem, gumantung polo, polo kesimpar, polowijo. And the side effect is that guava found in many cave tours Selarong. However, as the development of whatever reason they changed their livelihoods, many formerly worked as a farmer but now are turning to wood crafts. Most likely they had been looking for a side business in part because of its agriculture is seasonal and depends on rain-fed irrigation. Even the residents had worked as a loom maker Bagor made ​​from the leaves of plants named Gebang Agel. But it did not last long because of being pressured by Bagor plastic bag.

Village names around Krebet quite unique plant that is using the name as an example of the hamlet Pringgading, Dadapbong, Serut, Kalibagor, Kalinongko and others. In the village Krebet also still attached to the culture in the form of ancestral rituals include Suran, Ruwahan and Selikuran.