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Voices from the field : sixth Workshop on Community Management of Forest Lands, February 6-March 17, 1995

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Title:Voices from the field : sixth Workshop on Community Management of Forest Lands, February 6-March 17, 1995
Authors:Donovan, Deanna
DeCoursey, M.
Fox, Jefferson
LC Subject Headings:Forests and forestry - Social aspects - Asia - Congresses
Forest management - Asia - Congresses
East-West Center. Program on Environment
Workshop on Community Management of Forest Lands (6th : Honolulu, HI)
Date Issued:1995
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : Program on Environment, East-West Cneter
Abstract:Contents: Potential impacts of non-timber forest product certification in Indonesia / Mia Siseawai -- Forest concession for local people in Sanggau, West Kalimantan, Indonesia / Reno Maryani -- Who benefits and who loses: the Bawalis and non-timber forest products of the Sundarbans, Bangladesh / Ali Akbar Bhuiyan -- Non-timber forest product development: new directions for Nepal's community forestry program / Munni Gautam -- Use, availability, and marketing of non-timber forest products in Eastern Nepal / Jay B.S. Karki -- From resource to market: non-timber forest product development in Yunnan, China / Zuo Ting -- Opportunities and limitations of non-timber forest product development: a case study from polyarchic forest in West Kalimantan, Indonesia / Andreas Graefen -- Beyond marketing: developing the products of the Philippine uplands / Flora Leocadio -- Non-timber forest products in Southwest Sichuan, China / Lin Ling -- Using TSI (Tree Stand Improvement) to enhance non-timber production in Nepal's community forests / Thakur B. Karkee -- Recipe for success: women and non-timber forest products in southwest Bengal, India / Sumita Ghatak -- Lac: promising forest and agroforestry product in Thailand / Nuchanart Niikamhaeng -- Damar trading in south Sumatra, Indonesia: who benefits? / Wahyu Kisdwiutomo -- Constraints to the development on non-timber forest products in Nepal / Rana B. Rawal.
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Pages/Duration:221 p.
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