Biology Environmental Science

Social Forestry

In this article we will discuss Social Forestry

Social forestry

This forestry, is for private land. There are two main objectives of
social forestry:
(i) Use of public and common land to produce in a decentralized way firewood, fodder and small timber for the local poor men and also to manage soil and water conservation,
(ii) To relieve pressure on conservation forests. This programme is in fact for poor.


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