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Joint forest management in Orissa

Satyapriya Rout

Joint forest management in Orissa

challenges and opportunities

by Satyapriya Rout

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Published by Institute for Social and Economic Change in Bangalore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Orissa.
    • Subjects:
    • Forest management -- India -- Orissa.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSatyapriya Rout.
      SeriesWorking paper ;, 117, Working paper (Institute for Social and Economic Change) ;, 117.
      ContributionsInstitute for Social and Economic Change.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2004/60410 (S)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination23 p.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3717632M
      ISBN 108177910736
      LC Control Number2003331418

      National Forest Policy , Orissa Forest Sector Vision, and Joint Forest Management Resolution, provide guiding principles for forest management in the State. As per the report of the Forest Survey of India using remote sensing techniques, the forest cover in the State is 48, sq. kms of which 7, sq. kms is very dense forest. India has shifted the approach of forest management from regulatory to participatory mode of management with the resolution promulgated in At present, more than 17 million forests is managed by alm Joint Forest Management Committees with the benefit sharing mechanism.

      The Project (OFSDP- II) aims at improving forest ecosystem by promoting sustainable forest management and biodiversity conservation through Joint Forest Management. It will be implemented on 14 Forest Divisions. Ama Jangala Yojana. Ama Jangala Yojna. A step towards forest regeneration through community participation by enhancing livelihood.   Forest management 1. Forest Management 2. What is Forest Management?Forest management is the branch of forestry concerned with the overall administrative, economic, legal, and social aspects and with the essentially scientific and technical aspects, especially silviculture, protection, and forest includes management for aesthetics,fish, recreation, urban.

      Joint Forest Management in Orissa In India Joint Forest Management (JFM) has emerged as an important intervention in management of forest resources. In many parts of India, small village groups have started to protect and reclaim degraded forestlands through collective action. The Joint Forest Management Program seeks to develop partnerships. LEARNING FROM SELF-INITIATED COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT GROUPS IN ORISSA: FINAL TECHNICAL REPORT FOR NRSP FOREST AGRICULTURE INTERFACE PROJECT R 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The duration of this project was 1 January to 31 March It has been coordinated by Czech Conroy, a socio-economist at the Natural Resources Institute.


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Joint forest management in Orissa by Satyapriya Rout Download PDF EPUB FB2

The paper explores the processes and factors that led to the emergence of Joint Forest Management in Orissa and its functioning in the State. The changes in forest policies and regulations are analysed in terms of first, its impact on the livelihood of the people and the ‘quantity’ and ‘quality’ of the forest area; second, the changing discourse of the forestry debate in India; and.

•Joint Forest Management (JFM) involves regeneration and conservation of forests through involvement of village communities in association with the state forest departments.

• It involves a contract specifying the distribution of authority, responsibility and benefits between villages and State Forest Departments with respect to land.

Tenure and forest management in India how should we assess the JFM reform. Gunnar K hlin and colleagues Book workshop Lake View Hotel – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on - id: 4acYjhkY.

The story of Joint Forest Management (JFM) in India represents a major effort over the last few years to make policy work for both forests and people. JFM arrangements for protection and regeneration of degraded forest now cover aro km2, and some of this forest has matured to the point where it can be Size: 2MB.

This Book Assesses The Performance And Impact Of The Joint Forest Management (Jfm Programme) From The Community S Perspective, Based On The Studies Conducted By The Ecological And Economics Research Network In Six States--Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Tripura And West Bengal.

The Approach Adopted By The Network Involved The Development Of A Common. Case 1: Joint Forest Management in Gadabanikilo, India (Nayak & Berkes, ) This MSF formalized a local Community Forestry Management initiative that was established in Gadabanikilo during the.

The joint forest management programme Joint forest management in Orissa book the country is structured on the broad framework provided by the guidelines issued by the Ministry. So far, during the last ten years, 27 State Governments have adopted resolutions for implementing the JFM programme in their respective states.

The Study area and methodology. This study is based on a preliminary assessment of the status of Joint Forest Management Committees (JFMC) in the forest tracts of central and central-eastern parts of India, covering the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, and West Bengal, which offers a unique opportunity to compare the results of each state's different institutional Cited by: Unpacking the `Joint' in Joint Forest Management estimates, there have beenmigrants from Koraput district in Orissa to Visakapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh across the border.

1) The Joint Forest Management (JFM) is the generic term in India for partnership in forest management involving the state forest department and the local communities. The local village committees and the forest department enter into an MoU to manage the forest area jointly with forest department and are entitled to get usufructs benefits from File Size: 34KB.

Joint Forest Management in India (2 Vols-Set) by P Bhattacharya; A K Kandya and K N Krishna Kumar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Edition: New. Abstract. There is an increasing interest in community-based forest management as a potential approach for improving forest governance.

India is among the few countries in the world where such an approach - called Joint Forest Management (JFM) - has not only been successfully introduced but also achieved large-scale implementation, covering 18% of all state forests.

in the form of Joint Forest Management (JFM) in an area with a five-decade-old self-organized community forest management (CFM) system in Nayagarh District, Orissa, India. The objectives are: 1) to understand the nature of participation and the bundle of forest commons rights under community management vs.

JFM arrangements; 2) to. Impact of Joint Forest Management on the Participants and Environment: An Case Study from Orissa, India [Sahu, Naresh Chandra] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Impact of Joint Forest Management on the Participants and Environment: An Author: Naresh Chandra Sahu.

Joint Forest Management (JFM) is a partnership in forest management among state forest departments and local communities in India. The policies and guidelines of the JFM were enunciated in the Indian National Forest Policy of and JFM guidelines of proposed by the Government of India.

These guidelines were further revised in Cited by: 5. About The Book of Voll-I In the management of renewable resources, forests have undeniably a vital role and today, as never before, their conservation is an urgency. In view of this dire necessity, the series Man and Forest tries to highlight the relevance of indigenous knowledge of various South Asian tribal communities in the sustainable management of forests/local resources - more specially.

The article considers the impact of introducing government co-management policy in the form of Joint Forest Management (JFM) in an area with a five-decade-old self-organized community forest management system in Orissa, India.

We ask a question that appears not to have been previously examined: What happens when JFM replaces an already existing community forest management Cited by: Forest and People: Understanding the Institutional Governance, Social Identity, and People's Participation in Indian Forest Management Himadri Sinha∗ (Community based forest management in India has emerged mainly in three forms - indigenous community forest management, crafted community forest management, and joint forest management.

ADVERTISEMENTS: This article provides notes on Joint Forest Management (JFM) in India. Ina small experiment over of de­graded forests called Arabari Socio Economic ex­periment was initiated in Arabari Range, East Midnapore Division of West Bengal.

The objec­tive of the experiment was to see whether the de­grading forests in the area could be [ ]. Forests. Orissa's forests are vast.

Out of the total geographical area ofkm 2, the State reco km 2 (~33%) as some version of forest. The actual forest cover may be less, according to the Forest Survey of India, rosewood, sal, piasal, sanghvan and forest's naturally vigorous growth accounts for a tremendous wealth of biodiversity, filling many catalogues of the wild.

Joint Forest Management: Critical Issues Debnarayan Sarker The Joint Forest Management circular that took the National Forest Policy () as its basis for people’s involvement in the development and protection of forests, issued more than 18 years ago, has failed in its attempt to utilise forest wealth to improve local by: 8.India's Joint Forestry Programme (JFM) was set up relatively recently to make forestry policy socially responsible.

Is it succeeding? Between April and Aprila project team with a mixed social science and forestry management background carried out detailed ethnographic work in 16 villages spread over Orissa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh to examine the origins, regional Cited by: The introduction of the Joint Forest Management approach in the Western Pamirs on riparian forest plots, aims at con-tributing to an improvement of the livelihoods of the local population.

The objective is to reduce the degradation of natural resources in order to achieve positive environmental as well as economic Size: KB.