CONTENTS:- 1. The forest. 2. Evolution and concept of social forestry. 3. Social forestry through the plans. 4. Management for social forestry. 5. Scope of social forestry. 6. Exotics in social forestry. 7. Approaches to farm and community forestry. 8. Community forestry. 9. Tree growing for family uses. 10. Social forestry--a hope for rural uplift. 11. Increasing the profitability of social forestry programme. 12. Farm forestry.
Forestry has two aspects, it was propounded. Production forestry was meant for producing at an economic cost all the goods that are required from the forests to sustain various demands. Social and Community Forestry, on the other hand, concerned the intangible benefits from the forests. This book should be great help to environmentalist, agriculture scientists, teachers as well as students at any organisational level who are responsible for a function, department, or set of responsibilities.