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From the ground up: regenerating land and livelihoods in Rajasthan, India

Grass is greener on the other side
  • The road to ruin
  • From victims to managers
  • Checking dams
  • Down to earth
  • Soil manufacture
  • High speed recovery
  • From scarcity to surplus in five years
  • From borrowers to lenders
  • Grass is greener on the other side

Grass is greener on the other side

A dry stone wall separates community-managed land (left) and land subject to no controlled use. One of the key challenges in Rajasthan is to increase the number of communities involved in Joint Forest Management schemes and help them escape the vicious downward spiral of land degradation.

 

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