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The sustainable management of common property resources in the Indian Central Himalaya: a case study from Garur Ganga watershed



The sustainable management of common property resources in the Indian Central Himalaya: a case study from Garur Ganga watershed



Resource constraints and management options in mountain watersheds of the Himalayas Proceedings of a Regional Workshop, Kathmandu, Nepal, 8-9 December 2003: 227-233



This paper analyses the management practices of the three major common property resources of land, water, and forest through a case study from villages in the Garur Ganga watershed in the Uttaranchal Himalaya, India. The availability of resources in and around these villages and their effective management with the sharing of cost and benefits are helping to maintain and conserve these resources.

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