Improving forest resources in Nepal Public Deposited

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  • Deforestation and accompanying environmental deterioration is a threat to the economic growth and to the survival of the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal . There is need for a comprehensive forest rehabilitation program tailored to the different conditions of the Terai plain, Middle Hills and the Highland Himalaya regions of the country. The forest resources improvement program must evolve with community participation and must provide for the long- and short-term forest needs of the people. A program of this nature may incorporate the development of alternative sources of fuel to relieve the immediate pressure on Nepal's forest resources and to ameliorate, to some degree, the present energy crisis faced by the nation. Reforestation may be usefully integrated with controlled grazing to help meet fuelwood, fodder and forage demand. Changes in institutional organization and attitudes may be required to plan and implement an effective program to improve forest resources in Nepal
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