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SUSTAINABLE UTILIZATION BASED CONSERVATION OF HIGH ALTITUDE MAPS THROUGH COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS IN CHURAH FOREST DIVISION OF CHAMBA DISTRICT - Lok Vigyan Kendra, Palampur Project Area Along Bada-Bihali tributary of Siyul river Kahalo pass to Lahul-Spiti

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SUSTAINABLE UTILIZATION BASED CONSERVATION OF HIGH ALTITUDE MAPS THROUGH COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS IN CHURAH FOREST DIVISION OF CHAMBA DISTRICT

- LokVigyan Kendra, Palampur

project area
Project Area

Along Bada-Bihali tributary of Siyul river

Kahalo pass to Lahul-Spiti

3 panchyats of Tissa tehsil - Khajua, Jungra and Paddar

Road connectivity till village Lojana of Jungra

2 hour walk to Khajua Panchyat from road head

From Khajua four hours walk to the pastures

project area4
Project Area

Work proposed in following forest areas

  • Village wise forest areas (10 forests)
    • Maps Extracted- Sumakh
    • Extraction season – April to November
  • Chandesi Forest (2 Kms from Khajua village)
    • MAPs extracted- Pandali, Chukri, Sumakh, Van Kakdu
    • Extraction season- April to September
  • ChabbiDhar (Half a day walk from Khajjua village)
    • MAPs extracted-Dhoop, Kaur, Patish, Salampanja
    • Extraction season- April to September
species
Species

Preferred focus on

  • Valeriana- In nearby and Chandesi Forest
  • Aconitum- Chabbi Dhar
  • Jurinea/ Picrorrhiza- Chabbi Dhar
  • Final focus after discussions with collectors
strategy
Strategy

Discussions and meetings with right holders

Exposure visits and capacity building exercises

Focus Group Discussion with collectors and Gujjars/graziers etc.

Consensus building

strategy (species, areas, tenureal security, practices, benefit sharing)

Baseline study

Management plan + institutional design+ bye laws

Benefit evaluation from improved processing

Marketing plan

key outputs
Key Outputs

Consensus amongst collectors/right holders

Baseline study

Management plan

Village/forest/cluster level institutions

Planned extraction of NTFPs

Higher volumes/quality in long run

Improved processing

Marketing interventions

support needed
Support needed
  • From FD right through esp. planning + legal support
  • Financial support for regeneration of MAPs, Nursery Development and other forest produce (according to management plan)
  • Financial support for– 2 + 1 staff
  • Technical inputs – Nursery development/ propagation/ sustainable Harvest
  • Similar interventions in nearby valley/area
  • Marketing tie ups at higher level
  • From collectors and right holders
risk factors
Risk Factors
  • Consensus may not emerge
  • Few short term results
  • Initial restriction to nearby forests
  • Management costs may be very high
  • Rule breakers not caught/punished
  • No benefit from processing / marketing interventions