Forest Department

Some articles on forest department, forest, department:

Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary - Visitor Information
... Eco-tourism is promoted and organized jointly by the Forest Department and the Eco Development Committees (EDCs) of the local tribal communities, the objective is to empower latter and involve them ... The watch tower is accessible to the public with the permission of the forest department ... A Forest guard and tourist guide accompanies visitors ...
Santragachhi Jheel
... The lake area is owned by South Eastern Railway, though the Forest Department of West Bengal also looks after the place ... Every year before the migratory birds are expected to arrive, the Forest department cleans Water hyacinth from the lake, though leaving some portion of it which adds up to an ... Efforts are made by local residents, Forest Department and Railways to improve the environment for the birds ...
Lakes In Bangalore - Management
... plethora of government agencies such as the Forest Department, Minor Irrigation Department, Horticulture Department, Public Works Department (PWD), Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BMP ... there are no atchkat (agricultural land) should be transferred to the Forest Department for developing tree parks/foreshore tree planting and formation of ...

Famous quotes containing the words department and/or forest:

    “Which is more important to you, your field or your children?” the department head asked. She replied, “That’s like asking me if I could walk better if you amputated my right leg or my left leg.”
    —Anonymous Parent. As quoted in Women and the Work Family Dilemma, by Deborah J. Swiss and Judith P. Walker, ch. 2 (1993)

    The lakes are something which you are unprepared for; they lie up so high, exposed to the light, and the forest is diminished to a fine fringe on their edges, with here and there a blue mountain, like amethyst jewels set around some jewel of the first water,—so anterior, so superior, to all the changes that are to take place on their shores, even now civil and refined, and fair as they can ever be.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)