by Indira Rana
Hidden Beauties Of India
The topography, terrain, climate and vegetation, of India bring out diversity that don't exist anywhere else. The people take pride in their forests. Especially the rainforests which belong in two regions: Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
Once I visited to Arunachal Pradesh with my family. I found that the state is gifted with enormous wealth of wildlife and forested land. Centered about 28°N & 94°E, it covers about 83,743 square kilometres and it's the largest state among seven sisters in northeast India. It has lots of hills and mountains.Clear-cutting has destroyed parts of these forests.
Also known as clear-felling, this logging practice harvests all (or most) of the trees in a widespread area.
People manage the forests in this part of the world. Agroforestry is one way they do it. It allows mankind to use the forest without destroying it, if they keep conservation in mind. They are making progress with these strategies, but there is room for improvement. Communications amongst foresters, ecologists, community representatives,
social scientists, and economists form a part of keeping things under control. And keeping the environment healthy.Barry's Response
- Sounds like a very nice place, as the photo you included reveals. I hope they do a good job of preserving it. Thanks for you input, Indira. Search
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