Forestry for People

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Publications and Information Division, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1988 - Forests and forestry - 147 pages
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Contents

National scene
1
Evolution of concept and philosophy of social forestry
8
Social forestry a vital production system
25
Scope of social forestry
29
Approaches to afforestation of barren lands
33
Role of nongovernment organizations
38
Different dimensions of social forestry
45
Planning and management for social forestry
53
Forest areas and per capita forest area in India
100
Annual recorded production of wood in India 197071 to 197980
101
Details of foreignaided social forestry projects
102
Lease of degraded forest lands
103
Van Chetna Kendras
105
Extension of communication training course
107
Present technology for planting and cultural operations
108
Nurseries for social forestry
112

Research
60
Village woodlots
62
Strip plantations
67
Farm forestry
75
Agroforestry
83
Backyard planting
88
Urban forestryamenity and recreation
90
Guidelines for annual action programme
92
Conservation of fuelwood
95
Conclusions
96
Landuse classification in India
98
Outlines of a nurserytraining course
116
Framework for a Mini Seed Bank
118
Treeculturetechnologytraining course
122
Syllabus for a 8month course for tree management XIV Trees suitable for planting in different agroecological zones
126
List of oilseedbearing trees
135
Concessions granted by the Government of Gujarat for planting by farmers
136
Ornamental trees
138
List of common names
145
References
146
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