Climate Resilience building and Livelihood Promotion through Development of Bio-Reserve Forest Areas on Degraded Forest Land and Community Waste Land in Identified States of Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Telangana – Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur, Forest Department, Maharashtra


SKOCH Award Nominee

Category: Forest – State Department
Sub-Category: Environment
Project: Climate Resilience building and Livelihood Promotion through Development of Bio-Reserve Forest Areas on Degraded Forest Land and Community Waste Land in Identified States of Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Telangana
Start Date: 2019-02-07
Organisation: Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur, Forest Department, Maharashtra
Respondent: Ms Sree Lakshmi Annabathula, Field Director, Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur
www.mahaforest.gov.in


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For more information, please contact:
Ms Sree Lakshmi Annabathula, Field Director, Pench Tiger Reserve, Nagpur at edpenchfoundation@mahaforest.gov.in


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13 Comments

  1. All are requested to go through the video and presentation if u feel it is of important to the field of environment and conservation please vote for us

  2. restoring a human habitat back to nature through series of activities spread over a period of nearly 2 decades needs to be recognized

  3. An excellent piece of restoration work. Am witness to the complete area which was a concrete jungle turn over in the last two years green. Kudos to the efforts of the national park manager their dedicated staff and watchful superiors. It’s an example as to how nature reclaims and takes over provided we give space and time along with protection. Best wishes.
    Saiprakash
    Pccf & hoff retired in 2022.

  4. An excellent piece of restoration work. Am witness to the complete area which was a concrete jungle turn over in the last two years green. Kudos to the efforts of the national park manager their dedicated staff and watchful superiors. It’s an example as to how nature reclaims and takes over provided we give space and time along with protection. Best wishes. Saiprakash
    Pccf & Hoff retd 2022 Jan.

  5. Restoration of degraded areas within the limits of protected area is an important activity to increase capacity of the area to act as home to more wildlife. The activity itself is complex involving deep underdog the basic principles of the local ecosystem and key species as well as abiotic factors which can be limiting in nature. This project exhibits comprehensive work of restoration over a wide area and is an example for such planned restoration activities across the country especially in central Indian landscape.

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