Management of forest resources, Science

Management of Forest Resources:

Considering the ever growing demand of wood and realising the importance of conserving our forest resources, it has become necessary to find alternative  fuels as well as raw materials to manufacture paper, sports goods, packing cases, furniture  and beams used  in buildings. Research is going on to discuss alternate  sources; in some cases, plastics and composite materials have been developed,  though they are not widely used as yet. The other way  is to cultivate quick growing trees and herbages in large numbers in selected farms of degraded or wastelands. This will provide us fodder,  fuelwood, timber, fruits and seeds. If deforestation has to be stopped. some necessary steps have to be taken:

i)  adoption of  a scientific method of  harvesting forest stocks, 

ii)  developing a mechanism of monitoring forest growth rate and depletion,  

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