SUGi
India

Uttarakhand, INDIA

Community Forest II

Reviving a Himalayan Forest in Uttarakhand

Miyawaki Method
Habitat
Pocket Forest

Located in Village Satoli, Uttarakhand, North India, these common lands are an integral part of rural mountain life and a major source of fuel and fodder for these communities.

By reviving these degraded rural commons, we can add real value to the region by securing basic livelihoods of local people and reviving native biodiversity.


Forest Maker Sheeba Sen

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Reviving a Himalayan Forest in Uttarakhand

1,000

Trees

300

Square Meters

29

Native Species

Forest Partner

The newly planted Miyawaki forest

“We are securing basic livelihoods of locals and reviving native biodiversity.”

Sheeba Sen, SUGi Forest Maker

Community planting the Miyawaki forest
a girl holds a sapling next to a butterfly
a woman and children plant saplings
women carry bags of husk on their heads
hands plant a sapling in the dirt
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