Joint Forest Management in Rajasthan: Case Studies of TwoVillages in Udaipur District

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2007
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"Rural development through participatory forestry is a dynamic process for promoting the economic, social and environmental growth, increased agricultural and silvicultural productivity, and enhancing the prospects of basic needs and services in rural areas. Forestry promises a vast potential to achieve the indigenous rural development through the integrated management of natural resources. The achievement of the aims of rural development to a large extent depends upon the availability and use patterns of natural resources including land, forests, soils, water and trees etc. Planners in India have now realised the importance of forestry and integrated rural development planning to enhance the availability of goods and services to the rural people."
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forest management, rural affairs
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