The good society: the Pani Panchayat model of sustainable water management
Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, 1996 - Business & Economics - 85 pages
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acres of land adivasis agriculture assured water benefits biomass cash catchment contributed cost cultivable Dahlewadi Dhalewadi dhangars district Diwali drought prone area economic electricity connection employment equitable distribution farmers fields Gat Pramukh Gram Gourav Pratisthan growing harvest hectares hectares of land implementation important increased industry initiated interest free loan irrigation projects Kalpanatai kharif lakhs land holdings leadership lift irrigation scheme lift schemes living Madhapur Maharashtra Mahua flowers Mahur major migrate Naigaon experiment natural resources needs NGOs organising Paisawala Pangare Pani Panchayat movement Pani Panchayat philosophy Pani Panchayat schemes participation pastoralists Patkari percolation tank pipeline planning poor population poverty poverty line problems production programme protective irrigation pump Pune Pune district Purandhar taluka rabi crop rainfed realised rural development Saswad Sharad Pawar Shindewadi Shri social society subsidy sugarcane sustainable Sustainable agriculture tribal utilisation Vilasrao Salunkhe village water conservation water management watershed development