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Social Forestry and Plantation Programme

The National Commission on Agriculture, Government of India, first used the term ‘social forestry’ in 1976. Social forestry also aims at raising plantations by the common man so as to meet the growing demand for timber, fuel wood, fodder, etc, thereby reducing the pressure on the traditional forest area. This concept of village forests to meet the needs of the rural people is not new. It has existed through the centuries all over the country but it was now given a new character.

By organizing the seminar and plantation programme PARAMA tried to aware the local communities regarding their rights to forest resources, and was encouraging rural participation in the management of natural resources. It is our aim to involve community towards afforestation, and rehabilitating the degraded forest and common lands.

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