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XII – Five Year Plan
 
 
 
XII– Five Year Plan Approaches of Forestry Sector 2012-13 to 2016-17
Forests provide the basic life support system to all the living entities of mother earth including mankind.  Forest ecosystems provide fresh air, water resources, fertile soil and agriculture, bio-diversity and environment.  Vast sections of rural society, including a majority of the tribal, are directly dependent on forests for their livelihood.  Forest degradations will have adverse impact on these life supporting systems.  Escalated levels of human impact on the forest resources and their consequent effect on our approach and strategy to forest management have necessitated the identification of certain specific thrust areas for the Twelfth Five Year Plan.  The priority areas for the sector, even while focusing on conservation, augmentation and development of forest and tree resources within the existing forests and outside forest areas of the State, will have to be in tune with the National Forest Policy and the State Forest Policy imperatives, besides reflecting managing Environment and Ecology.
 
Objectives of the Twelfth Five Year Plan
Bio-diversity and genetic resource conservation by protection of forests and wildlife
Augmentation of water resources in forest areas
Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded forests for improvement of forest cover
Enhancing tree cover outside forests for livelihood security and climate change mitigation
Welfare of tribal and forest fringe communities to ensure economic prosperity and ecological stability
 
Thrust areas
 Biodiversity and Genetic Resource Conservation
Establishment of permanent water storage structures in the forests and adjacent non-forest areas
Enhancing Climatic Resilience in moderately, dense and open forests
Forest Protection
Increasing Tree Cover Outside Forests
Socio-Economic Development of Forest fringe villages
Tribal Development
Eco-Tourism
Infrastructure Development
Research, Transfer of technology and Extension
Application and Development of GIS, MIS and e-governance
Human Resource Development
 

TWELFTH PLAN OUTLAY - FOREST AND WILDLIFE

Sl.No. Thrust Area State Shared Central EAP Total
1 Bio-diversity and genetic resource conservation 232.33 0.75 380.49 96.50 710.07
2 Establishment of permanent water storage structures in the forest and adjacent non-forest areas 439.30 0.00 0.00 0.00 439.30
3 Enhancing Climatic resilience in moderately dense and open forests 0.00 0.00 116.66 0.00 116.66
4 Forest Protection 59.90 6.50 0.00 20.25 86.65
5 Increasing Tree cover outside Forests 498.68 0.00 0.00 160.50 659.18
6 Socio economic development of forest fringe villages 0.00 0.00 0.00 35.14 35.14
7 Tribal development 139.40 0.00 0.00 5.28 144.68
8 Eco-Tourism 11.83 0.00 0.00 10.52 22.35
9 Infrastructure Development 78.82 0.00 0.00 38.00 116.82
10 Research, transfer of technology and extension 60.69 0.00 0.00 29.80 90.49
11 Application and development of GIS, MIS and e-governance 8.02 0.00 0.00 20.09 28.11
12 Human resource management 111.94 0.00 0.00 12.28 124.22
TOTAL 1640.91 7.25 497.15 428.36 2573.67
ON GOING SCHEMES 505.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 505.00
GRAND TOTAL 2145.91 7.25 497.15 428.36 3078.67
 
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