The project introduces agro-forestry and soil fertility improvement techniques in adjoining of Bherunathji Oran in Bakhtpura village Rajasthan, India. Also, utilizes traditional water harvesting techniques in conjunction with the modern specific structures, which is to rehabilitate or recreate water storage structure, thereby to provide optional solutions to water dispersion in degraded land. Rain water harvesting units through ditches and trenching are being created for enhancing natural regeneration. Along with this to practice agro forestry in and around the Oran, special selected plants varieties are planted. The resources latter shall be consumed by the community. Thus, it will help to reduce the pressure on the Oran. KRAPAVIS, the project implementing organization, simultaneously support the agro-pastoralist communities with relevant knowledge and skills, giving special emphasis to women and youth on biodiversity conservation and sustainable resource management, which needed to continue the preservation of the Oran to ensure the sustainability. The Oran has environmental, socioeconomic and spiritual significance as Andhram Gujjar, a 70 year old agro-pastoralist from Bakhtpura village explains “Bherunathjito Hamara Jeevan Kendra Hai Jhan Paryavaran, Samaj Aur Dharma Sab Kuch Eak Sath Hai”. What conservationists, donors and other people think about this vital initiative?
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