Enhancing Agroforestry Implementation through Study Tour on Agroforestry-based Livelihood Improvement
AWG-SF Strategic Response Fund (ASRF) Learning Notes, 2017, vol. 2017
Community forestry presents a promising approach to achieve sustainable forest management in Thailand. In 2000, the Royal Forest Department (RFD) formally promoted community forestry as a management strategy. About 9,015 villages covering an area of approximately 590,000 hectares were registered as community forests (CF). These CFs provide significant goods and services, as well as cultural enrichment, improving the lives and livelihood of the locals.
Keywords: study tour; agroforesty; Thailand (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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