Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Conservation of Forest, Soil and Water Resources in Narmada Basin, India

Hi all,
We have just launched this blog to share views, concerns, ideas, experiences of conservation of forests, water, soil and other natural resources. We will be regularly posting information on these issues.

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Sudha said...
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Sudha said...

Our Website has recently been launched. It offeres information on various aspects of Narmada. Please visit www.maanarmada.org for further details

sranil66 said...

EXCELLENT MADAM CHAIRPERSON

I AM IMPRESSED WITH YOUR CONTRIBUTION IN ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION IN NARMADA VALLEY.

KEEP IT UP.

Sudha said...
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Sudha said...

Dear Friends,
'Jungle Rahe Taki Narmada Bahe'the book published by us has been awarded 'Medini Puraskar'for 2007 by The Government of India.
Sudha

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Sudha said...

Narmada Conservation Initiative has recently published book titled, "Paani ke Liye Van Prabandh" (Managing Forests for Water). Authored by Sri Pankaj Srivastava,the winner of Govt. of India's prestigious Medini Award for his book "Jungle Rahe Taki Narmada Bahe", this is yet another very useful book in Hindi. The book deals with principles, techniques and practices of managing forests for maintaining perennial flow of good quality water in streams and Rivers. Thorougly illustrated low cost edition is aimed at generating a debate on adding water production perspective in forest management.

Sitaram Taigor said...

Resptected Madam
Mr. Manoj Srivastava (Global Green, Allahabad) have seen very intresting book on Narmada River during the my visit. We have taken dinner Mr Srivastva home. He told me Shri Pankaj Srivastva is elder brother written exellent book on Narmada. He is working with a collabrative project on River health index project of Yamuna River. I did Ph.D. on Chambal River and presently working with Sri Manoj Misra IFS, PEACE Institute Charitable trust, Delhi. If you need any help for River conservation I will come in Indore. Thanks
Dr. S.R. Taigor
HIG 1102 New Darpan Colony
Thatipur, Gwalior-474011 INDIA
srtchambal@gmail.com

Dheerendra Yadav said...

This initiative is a very commendable task signifying that there is someone who still cares for the nature and the natural resources....!!!!
YES
Now we can rethink towards our main perspective of saving every part of our biodiversity.

nci1312 said...

We may be under an impression that nature is begging for mercy, but when nature will lose its patience and become merciless, nobody can save humankind.