The Saga of Participatory Forest Management in India
Forest policy in India before 1988. The 1988 forest policy Joint forest management. Locally inspired collective action. State sponsored people's participation. Constraints of government policies. Programmes complementary to joint forest management. Property regimes and JFM in India.
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Forest Policy in India before 1988
Locally Inspired Collective Action
Reasons behind success
Contents The Arabari experiment
Constraints of Government Policies
Women in JFM
Programmes Complementary to Joint Forest
Property Regimes and JFM in India
Acacia catechu activities afforestation agricultural Andhra Pradesh Arabari bamboo benefits bhabbar Bihar cent Chapter collection commercial crop deforestation degraded forests dependence on forest district donor agencies economic eucalyptus farm forestry farmers FD lands forest area Forest Department forest dwellers Forest lands Forest Policy forest produce forest protection forestry programme FPCs fuelwood fuelwood and fodder funds gathering Government of India grass grazing groups Gujarat harvesting Haryana hectares household implementation income increased industry interest issues Joint Forest Management Karnataka labour large number lease Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra ment needs NGOs NTFPs officers organisation Orissa panchayat people’s participation plantations planting poor pressure private lands problems production Protected Forests Rajasthan regeneration regions revenue rural schemes share SIDA silvicultural Social Forestry Project soil species subsistence success sustained Table timber tion trees tribal usufruct village communities village forest village lands West Bengal women wood woodlots World Bank