The project communities has developed their self-fine system for combating illegal activities like cutting trees, illegal grazing, maintaing ‘Dara’hillsides plateau where to cut grass–traditional environmental preservation focused on household and so on. Many melas (cultural fairs)) take place round the year in the project area. KRAPAVIS team participated in order to using these mass gathering for creating awareness on biodiversity and conservation. Shisram Gujjar from Rundh Kalikhol village said, “Our livestock and we have been sharing space and natural resources with wildlife, Gujjars and other indigenous communities living here have harmonious co-existence, even with the tiger, the top predator of the jungles”. Despite of all these, eviction of herder communities from the local forest area is being carried out by the government. However, struggle of the herder communities for saving their livelihood and eviction is continues.
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