IFAD Consultancy Case Study by S Kotnala Pastoralists re-establish traditional ecosystems, ILC

https://www.landcoalition.org/en/regions/asia/resources/pastoralists-re-establish-traditional-ecosystems-and-customary-grazing-rights

More than 600 Gujjar agro-pastoralist families – due for relocation from the vicinity of the Sariska Tiger Reserve Protected Area in the Alwar district – took the lead in engaging with state actors to claim their grazing and traditional water harvesting rights and preserve the Oran – a traditional ecosystem unique to the forest communities of Rajasthan. With the support of KRAPAVIS, villagers demonstrated that community management of biodiversity is a better approach to wildlife conservation than the removal and resettlement of forest-dependent communities from their habitat.

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