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New dimensions of social forestry in Forest Development Corporation areas with special reference to Nasik Project Division



New dimensions of social forestry in Forest Development Corporation areas with special reference to Nasik Project Division



Indian Forester 109(8): 531-540



The work of the project is in the degraded forest areas of the western ghats of Peint Taluka. An area of 600 ha (0.64% of the total) is cleared and planted annually. Some 30-50% of natural mixed forests are reserved to minimize environmental degradation. The paper discusses the social aspects of the project (employment, road provision facilitating communication, food aid) and various aspects of social forestry in the areas where production forestry is practised.

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