Special initiative to advertise business plantation in Chhattisgarh – Lok Shakti.in3 min read
After Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel introduced the implementation of “Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana” in Chhattisgarh with the goal of selling business tree plantation, the Forest Department has began getting ready for the implementation of Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana in Chhattisgarh and preparations are in full swing. So far, greater than 16 thousand beneficiaries have been registered by the Forest Department for plantation in about 30 thousand acres of personal land. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel has introduced the implementation of this scheme in view of the immense potentialities of selling the business use of timber within the state. Under this scheme, for the aim of accelerating the revenue of the farmers, business plantation is to be completed on their land with the consent of the farmers.
Under the Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana, farmers, land homeowners, authorities, semi-government and autonomous establishments, non-public academic establishments, non-public trusts, panchayats and land contract holders can benefit from this scheme. The state authorities has set a goal of planting 15 crore timber in 36 thousand acres in 1 yr and 1 lakh 80 thousand acres in 5 years. Under this scheme, the state authorities will present 100% subsidy for plantation as much as 5 acres and greater than 5 acres. Will give 50 % monetary grant for tree plantation. The authorities may even resolve the minimal buy value for the acquisition of recognized tree species. Trees of all species planted in 5 years are prone to be price Rs 10,000 crore once they mature. Through this scheme farmers are anticipated to earn Rs 15,000 to Rs 50,000 per acre per yr. Apart from this, farmers may even get further revenue by means of carbon credit.
In this regard, Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and Chief of Forest Force Mr. Sanjay Shukla mentioned that below the Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana, 12 forms of timber shall be planted in 30,000 acres of land within the state this yr. Out of those, Clonal Eucalyptus in 17 thousand 182 acres, Rootshoot Teak in 6 thousand 456 acres, Tissue tradition in 2 thousand 617 acres, Sandalwood in 1 thousand 462 acres, Melia dubia in 8 hundred 34 acres, Normal bamboo in 7 acres. In 1037 acres, tissue tradition bamboo in 607 acres, Rakta Chandan in 126 acres, Amla in 43 acres, Khamar in 40 acres, Shisham in 20 acres and Mahaneem in 20 acres. The goal has been set.
Under the Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana, all landowners of all courses shall be eligible. Apart from this, authorities, semi-government and autonomous establishments of presidency who need to plant on their very own land shall be eligible. Similarly, non-public academic establishments, non-public trusts, non-governmental organizations, panchayats, land contract holders, who need to plant of their land, shall be eligible. The important goal of Mukhyamantri Vriksha Sampada Yojana is to advertise business tree plantation within the state. Under this, after plantation of business species on the lands of all of the farmers, authorities, non-government, semi-government, panchayats, or autonomous establishments of the state, a robust market system by making preparations for the acquisition of forest produce on the fastened assist value by means of cooperative establishments, non-public firms. and so on. is to be ensured.