Two days training started for forest workers on 'Recurring Grazing Plan Management'

Two days training has been organized for forest employees from 16 to 17 August 2022 on the topic ‘Recurrent Grazing Plan Management’ at State Forest Research and Training Institute, Chhattisgarh Raipur. Which was inaugurated by Shri Pradeep Sharma, Advisor to the Chief Minister today. A total of 51 trainees including Senior Circle Forest Officers, Circle Forest Officers and Beat Forest Officers from all the forest divisions of Surguja, Jagdalpur and Kanker Circle of Chhattisgarh participated in this training program. Speaking as the chief guest in this training workshop, Advisor to the Chief Minister, Shri Pradeep Sharma said that under the recurring grazing scheme at selected places in the forest areas, drinking water, feeding and recurring grazing arrangements for the animals would be provided. The main objective of this scheme is to strengthen the livelihood of the local people of the area through income-oriented activities (such as dung procurement, vermicompost manufacturing, poultry farming, pig farming, vegetable production, goat rearing etc.) and to increase their income. . Temporary sheds and platforms are constructed for the cattle to rest and stay in the approved recurring grazing centers under the forest division. A temporary shed is constructed for the storage of animal fodder. The training program was presided over by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Director Shri Atul Kumar Shukla and the Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests Shri Anoop Kumar Biswas and Additional Director Shri N. Gurunathan, Chief Conservator of Forests, Durg Circle Shri B.P. Singh and Chief Conservator of Forests, Kanker Circle Shri Raju Agassimani were specially present. It is proposed to organize training on important topics of forestry and wildlife continuously throughout the year in this institute. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading