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Strategic management Plan of Non Timber Forest Products of the high altitude government managed forest of Parbat district Submitted by Livelihoods & Forestry Program , Parbat Researcher

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Strategic management Plan of Non Timber Forest Products of the high altitude government managed forest of Parbat district Submitted by Livelihoods & Forestry Program , Parbat Researcher
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    Strategic management Plan of Non Timber Forest Products of the high altitude government managed forest of Parbat district   Submitted by District Forest Office , Parbat Submitted to Department of Forest , Babarmahal , Kathmandu & Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation, Singhadarabar , Kathmandu  Prepared by Livelihoods & Forestry Program , Parbat  Researcher Mr. R.B. Thakur Research Consultant Livelihoods & Forestry Program, Parbat  Research Assistant Mrs. Nirmala Kr. Phulara January, 2006    Advisors Mr. K.P. Yadav former District Manager, LFP , Parbat Mr. Nirmal Kumar B.K. District Manager, LFP , Parbat Mr. Ganesh Ray District Forest Officer, Parbat   January 24, 2006 CERTIFICATE OF ACCEPTANCE This is to certify that this research entitled “ Strategic management Plan of NTFPs of the government managed forest of Parbat district ” carried out by Mr. R. B. Thakur under our advice and suggestions has been accepted as a requirement of the Livelihoods & Forestry Program, Parbat and District Forest Office, Parbat for the effective and sustainable management of non timber forest products of the government managed forest of Parbat district.   ----------------------------- ----------------------------- ------------------------------ Mr. K.P. Yadav former District Manager, LFP , Parbat Mr. Nirmal Kumar B.K. District Manager, LFP , Parbat Mr. Ganesh Ray District Forest Officer, Parbat ii    January 24, 2006 DECLARATION I hereby declare that this research entitled  "   Strategic management Plan of NTFPs of the government managed forest of Parbat district  " is my own work except otherwise as acknowledged. I have not submitted it or any of its part to any other institutions / organizations . ………………………… Mr. R.B. Thakur Research Consultant Livelihoods & Forestry Program, Parbat January 24, 2006 iii   ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First and foremost my sincere gratitude and deep respect goes to my research supervisor, Prof. Dr. I.C. Dutta for his continuous guidance, suggestions, encouragement and help extended to complete this research. I would like to express my sincere and profound gratitude to my research advisors Mr. K.P. Yadav (LFP, Parbat, former District Manager), Mr. Ganesh Ray (DFO, Parbat) & Mr. Nirmal Kumar B.K.(LFP, Parbat, District Manager My appreciation goes to Mr. Nabin Kumar Pokhrel (Administrator, LFP, and Parbat) who encouraged and motivated me to boost up my research work with some critiques and suggestions. I express my deep sense of gratitude and respect to the researcher Adhikari, Bishnu Prasad (2005); Baral, Sharad Kumar & Pun, Dil Bdr. Purja (2005); Panta, Basanta (2005); Machhapuchhare Development Organization, Kaski (2005); Sharma, Gokul Prasad (2005); Thakur, R.B. (2005) and Yadav, Bhupendra (2005) since without their contribution in assessing NTFPs of high altitude  government managed forest, this strategic management plan will not be possible in this form. Heartly thanks are expressed to Miss Sangeeta Suvedi , Mr. Chitra K.C. ( Jaibire ), Dal Bahadur B.K. (Lama Baje ) , Mr. Keshav Neupane ( Headmaster of Surya Secondary School, Hosrandi) , Ram Prasad Sharma ( CMA, Health Post of Hosrandi ), Mr Prakash Bhushal ( Uram Pokhara VDC) who rendered their active help during the period of field study. Sincere thanks goes to my research assistant Mrs. Nirmala k. Phulara & Mr. Binay Kumar Jha as invaluable assistance during the period of field study. I would like to express my sincere thanks to the respected participants of the workshop " Strategic Management Plan of NTFPS of High Altitude Government Managed Forest of Parbat District " organized on January 23, 2006 for the invaluable comments, suggestions and feedback.  A very special appreciation goes to my parents and relatives for their constant encouragement and inspires me.  A deep appreciation is extended to my wife Nirmala k. Phulara for her inspiration, patience, understanding and constructive comments shown during field study as well as final report  preparation. Mr. R. B. Thakur Research Consultant Livelihoods & Forestry Program, Parbat  Address: Pipariya-6, Sarlahi (Nepal) E-mail: thakurrb01@yahoo.com iv  Strategic management Plan of NTFPs of the government managed forest of Parbat district   Abstract  Assessment of NTFPs was carried out of the five government managed forest (GMF) i.e., Bhoksin, Bhuktangle, Chitre , Kyang and Hosrandi of Parbat district. Status and ecological distribution of major 13 NTFP species i.e., Allo,Argeli , Bojho , Chiraito , Dalchini , Kurilo , Lauth Salla , Lokta , Nagbeli , Pakhanved , Satuwa , Sugandhwal &Timur    was determined . NTFP ecological distribution parameters such as Frequency, relative frequency, population density, relative density, abundance etc. was determined from the GMF. For the sustainable management of NTFP species, annual allowable harvest of the NTFP species was found out. From the effective and sustainable management of NTFP species, total revenue NRs. 2976, 999.00 will be obtained from the management of 13 major commercial NTFP species.  Among 13 major NTFP species, 11 major commercial NTFP species can only possible to export in crude form and remaining 2 species such as Allo and Lokta have a great opportunity to promote  Allo cloth enterprise and Lokta handmade paper enterprise respectively. 1845 employee will require harvesting the prescribed amount of NTFP seasonally. NRs. 7.2 million will be earned  from the collection of NTFP by the rural collectors. For the effective management of NTFPs of GMF, " District Level NTFP Management Committee" and " GMF wise NTFP Management Committee " will be formulated. For effective management of NTFP species, NRs. 7, 60,500.00 should be invested in organizing training, workshop and seminar and NRs. 60,000.00 should be invested in publishing and distributing different extension materials. Trainings on biodiversity conservation, value addition process, enterprise development, NTFP management etc. & Workshop on "District Level NTFP Management Committee" , "GMF wise NTFP Management Committee " , Interaction workshop on biodiversity conservation etc. should be organized. Similarly, posters, leaflets, booklets, etc. should be published and household meetings, group discussion and mass communication should be prioritized. For the promotion of Allo cloth enterprise and Lokta hand made paper enterprise, NRs. 162,000.00 should be invested for providing different micro-processing units. Market information system, market channel, market constraints, market prices, marginal  profit, revenue analysis was carried out during the study .Similarly, the conservation status of major NTFP was determined. Duration of the “Strategic management Plan of NTFPs of the government managed forest of Parbat district”will be for the five years and will be activated only after the approval from the Department of Forest, Babarmahal , Kathmandu and / or concerned authority . v
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