Participatory resource monitoring, implementation of the Forest Rights Act and welfare schemes – Karnataka

ATREE’s Dr C Madegowda has been nominated as a member of the Karnataka Adivasi Abhivrudhi Mandali by the Ministry of Social Welfare, Government of Karnataka. | Read the original news item under Tribal Welfare on the Ashoka Trust website >>

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Sacred grove photo © survivalinternational.org >>
Learn more about the Soliga community in Karnataka >>
PARI >>

“We have a special responsibility to document, monitor and conserve our most precious asset” – Kamaljit S. Bawa in “Our biodiversity, our life, our future” >>

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