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TABLE NO:1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION CATCHMENT

WATERSHED NO

MICRO WATERSHED NO

Satluj

Sj1

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LATITUDE 31' 10' to 31'13'

LONGITUDE 77'11 to 77'14'

ALTITUDE 790m to 2178m

AREA(HA)

DISTRICT NAME

TEHSIL/BLOCK

1088 SLOPE IN DEGREE

Shimla

Suni/Basantpur

VILLAGE Manar, Charain, Torartru, Basantpur, Dindwi, Panhera, Chiali, Kothi Ser, Shiwi,

RAINFALL(mm)

SNOWFALL(mm)

TEMPERATURE(Cen)

30' to 80'

NA

NA

NA

CATTLE POPULATION 3860

MALE 1913

FEMALE 1947

MILTCH 1126

OTHER 631

PROPOSED NO/NAME NA

C:\MWS_21\Photo\SJ1C\Table 1\Table1.jpg NO OF HOUSE HOLD 779

PLACE OF INTEREST LIKE TOURISM OR ECOTOURISM NA

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DESCRIPTION NA


TABLE NO:2 A. STATUS OF LAND USE IN MICRO WATERSHED(HA) LAND USE AGRICULTURE LAND FOREST LAND

GOVT AREA

WASTE LAND OTHERS LAND TOTAL

PRIVATE AREA

COMMU AREA

B.AREA UNDER FOREST CATEGORY WISE : TOTAL

CATEGORY NAME AREA (HA)

4 589

204 0

0 0

208 589

183 0 776

0 107 311

0 0 0

183 107 1087

SPECIES DENSITY

DPF/RESERVE Basantpur, Naldehra, Nin, Jander 216.04 Cheel, Deodar, Kail, Kachnar, Daru, Robinia 0.1 to 0.3

UPF

PASTURE

OTHERS

Mandalu, Basantpur 373.03 Cheel, Deodar, Kail, Kachnar, Daru, Robinia NA

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

NA NA

TABLE NO:3 AREA UNDER PLANTATIONS FOR LAST 15 YEARS NAME

LATITUDE AND LONGITU DE

BasantpurI

31'18'96" 77'21'48"

BasantpurII

31'20'40" 77'19'16"

BasantpurIII

31'22'09" 77'17'17"

Jander

31'19'52" 77'16'91"

Majahari

TOT AL ARE A(H A)

SAM PLE ARE A(HA ) 5

10

10 205

SPECIES PLANTED

SURVI VAL %

Cheel

2

60

Due to drought and fire.

8

20

Due to drought and fire.

Rubinia, Bheod, Popular, Lucinia, Daru, Khair, Amla Lucinia, Daru, Amla, Cheel, Jatropha

3

70

Lucinia, Daru, Rubinia

3

40

31'20'46" 77'17'87"

10

Lucinia, Daru

4

60

Naldehra

31'11'09" 77'11'04"

10

Deodar

1

90

Nin

31'18'65" 77'17'49"

5

Deodar

3

40

205

55

TOTAL GAP FILLING AREA(HA)

74

5

TOTAL :

AREA NEEDED NEW PLANTAT ION(HA)

SAMPLE GAP FILLING AREA(H A)

24

74

70

70

FENCIN G REQUIR ED(RM)

79200

REASONS FOR FAILURE

Due to drought and fire. Due to drought and fire. Due to drought and fire. Due to drought. Due to drought and fire.

FINAL PRESCRIP TION(Enri chment(H A))

RATE/H AC

COST(Rs )

Enrichmen t = 120

27900

3348000

Energy Plantation = 10

112300

1123000

79200

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TABLE 3 PHOTOS Basantpur-I

Basantpur-III

Basantpur-II

Majahari

Nin

Jander

Naldehra

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TABLE NO:4 SOIL & MOISTURE CONSERVATION MEASURES NEEDED IN FOREST AREAS NAME OF AREA

LATITUDE/LON GITUDE

Basantpur -I

31'18'96" 77'21'48"

PRESCRIPTIO N CheckDams Live Hedge Trenching CheckDams

Basantpur -II

31'20'40" 77'19'16"

CheckDams Live Hedge Trenching

Basantpur -III

31'22'09" 77'17'17"

Jander

31'19'52" 77'16'91"

CheckDams Live Hedge Trenching Live Hedge CheckDams Trenching CheckDams

Majahari

31'20'46" 77'17'87"

CheckDams Live Hedge Trenching

Naldehra

31'11'09" 77'11'04"

CheckDams Live Hedge Trenching Trenching

Nin

31'18'65" 77'17'49"

CheckDams Live Hedge

QUANTITY 2x1.5x1.5m=42 Nos 400 Rms 1x.50x.30m=1000 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=38 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=15 Nos 2x1.5x1.5m=27 Nos 700 Rms 1x.50x.30m=800 Nos 2x1.5x1.5m=32 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=24 Nos 600 Rms 1x.50x.30m=500 Nos 520 Rms 2x1.5x1.5m=20 Nos 1x.50x.30m=400 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=37 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=37 Nos 2x1.5x1.5m=42 Nos 500 Rms 1x.50x.30m=600 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m = 32 Nos 2x1.5x1.5m = 24 Nos 180 Rms 2x1x1m = 800 Nos 1x.50x.30m=700 Nos 3x1.5x1.5m=35 Nos 2x1.5x1.5m=10 Nos 40 Rms

AVAILABILT Y OF LOCAL MATERIAL

OLD WORK NEED REPAIRING(QUAN TITY)

FINAL PRESCRIPTION NEW PRESCRIPTIO N NEW QUANTITY

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

Stone & local species

NA

Stone & local species

RATE/C UM

COST(Rs)

1x.30x.30m= 5300 Nos

9.9

52470

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 5800 Nos

9.9

57420

NA

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 5300 Nos

9.9

52470

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 5000 Nos

9.9

49500

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 5000 Nos

9.9

49500

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 4000 Nos

9.9

39600

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

1x.30x.30m= 5600 Nos

9.9

55440

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TABLE 4 PHOTOS Basantpur-I

Basantpur-III

Basantpur-II

Majahari

Nin

Jander

Naldehra

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TABLE NO:5 AGROFORESTRY

TYPE OF TREE

PRESENT STATUS

FUTURE REQUIREMENT

PRESENT NOs

FUTURE NOs

TREES

600

WILD FRUIT

450

MEDICINAL

350

PRESENT SPECIES Fegra, Bheod, Cheel, Eucaliptus, Paja, Tuni, Kharak, reuni, Drake Chulli, Fegra, Amla, Tut, Paja, Khajoor, Shegul, Daru, Ber, Trimbal Kashmal, Basuti, Timber, Kakkarsingi, Karipatta, Aloevera, Bhekal, Kachnar, Pathartod, Rati, Reetha

2400

FUTURE SPECIES Fegra, Bheod, Cheel, Eucaliptus, Paja, Tuni, Kharak, reuni, Drake Chulli, Fegra, Amla, Tut, Paja, Khajoor, Shegul, Daru, Ber, Trimbal

1800

Kashmal, Basuti, Timber, Kakkarsingi, Karipatta, Aloevera, Bhekal, Kachnar, Pathartod, Rati, Reetha

1700

NEED FOR EXTENSION

SOURCE OF PLANTING STOCK(Nearest Nursery)

Y

Basantpur Nursery.

Y

Basantpur Nursery.

Y

Basantpur Nursery.

TABLE NO:6 GRAZING LANDS Name Sauya Kayar

LATITUDE/ LONGITUDE 31'19'46"77'20'28 "006-01-288Sj1c

AREA (HA) 8

SPECIES Grass & Bushes

WEED REMOVAL

SEEDIN G

CLOSURE S

Yes

Yes

Yes

Other Requirement of 1600 fodder plants

Rate/ Hac (Rs)

PEOPLES SUGGESTION Bl plants be planted in the Ghasnis for fodder purposes.

21700

TABLE 6 PHOTOS Sauya Kayar

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Cost (Rs) 173600


TABLE NO:7

TEMPLE/PRIVATE/COMMUNITY/PANCHAYAT FOREST AREA NAME NA

AREA(HA) NA

LATITUDE/LONGITUDE NA

SPECIES NA

GAP FILLING NA

MAINTENANCE NA

NEW PLANTATION NA

SOIL CONSERVATION MEASURES(QUANTITY) NA

TABLE NO:8 PERFORMA FOR SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION FOR NON-FOREST AREA(Nala & Khads) NAME OF AREA

Kandyal a Nala (3 Kms)

Oddu Nal (5 Kms)

Sanya Kanjar Nala (3 Kms)

LATITUDE /LONGITU DE

31'20'39" 77'19'04"

31'11'41" 77'12'14"

31'19'46" 77'20'38"

PRESCRIPTI ON Live Hedge

CheckDams Brushwood Live Hedge

CheckDams Brushwood Live Hedge

CheckDams Brushwood

QUANTITY 250 Rms 8x1.5x1.5m=12 Nos 6x1.5x1.5m=10 Nos 10x1.5x1.5m=22 Nos 240 Rms 200 Rms 8x1.5x1.5m = 12 Nos 5x1.5x1.5m = 10 Nos 80 Rms 220 Rms 8x1.5x1.5m=20 Nos 6x1.5x1.5m=22 Nos 240 Rms

AVAILABIL ITY OF LOCAL MATERIAL

Stone & local species

Stone & local species

Stone & local species

OLD WORKS NEEDING REPAIR(QUANT ITY)

NA

NA

NA

LIFT IRRIGATIO N(HT/ACER AGE)

NA

NA

NA

FINAL PRESCRIPTION NEW PRESCRIPTI ON NEW QUANTITY Live Hedge 900 Rms

CheckDams Brushwood Live Hedge

CheckDams Brushwood Live Hedge

CheckDams Brushwood

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RATE/ UNIT 9.6

COST (Rs) 8640

8x1.5x1.5m=4 Nos

10033

321056

6x1.5x1.5m=3 Nos

10033

180594

10x1.5x1.5m=7 Nos 150 Rms 1500 Rms

10033 62 9.6

702310 9300 14400

8x1.5x1.5m = 4 Nos

10033

321056

5x1.5x1.5m = 3 Nos 250 Rms 900 Rms

10033 62 9.6

150495 15500 8640

8x1.5x1.5m=6 Nos

10033

481584

6x1.5x1.5m=7 Nos 150 Rms

10033 62

421386 9300


TABLE 8 PHOTOS Shouya Kayar Nala

Khadyalu Nala

Oddu Nal

TABLE NO:9 PERFORMA FOR LANDSLIDE NAME OF AREA/LOC ATION NA

LATITUDE/ LONGITUD E NA

DAMAGE/RI SK TO LIFE & PROPERTY NA

MEAS URES TAKEN NA

TYPE OF SOIL AND ROCK NA

DEGRE E OF SLOPE S/SEV ERITY NA

OCCURRENCE (Season) NA

ROAD CONSTRU CTION NA

QUA RRY NA

OTHER CONSTRUC TIONS NA

NATU RAL NA

FINAL PRESCRIPTION NEW NEW PRESCRI QUAN PTION TITY NA NA

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RATE/ UNIT

COST (Rs)


TABLE NO:9A

INFORMATION ON (CULTIVATION / LIFE STOCK / FUEL / FODDER / MFP) 1.Fruits FRUIT NAME Daru Banana Mango Apricot Citrus Papita Japani Fruit

VARIETY(LOCAL/IMPROVED) Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

USE OF FERTILISERS Yes No No No No No No

USE OF INSECTICIDES Yes No No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Wild animals destroys the crops.

2.CROPS : CROPS NAME Wheat Barley Maize Potato Urd Rajmash Kolth

VARIETY(LOCAL/IMPROVED) Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

USE OF FERTILISERS No No No No No No No

USE OF INSECTICIDES No No No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Wild animals destroys the crops.

3.VEGETABLE : VEGETABLE NAME Cabbage Cauliflower Brinjal Onion Garlic Ginger Carrot Saag

VARIETY(LOCAL/IMPROVED) Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

USE OF FERTILISERS Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

USE OF INSECTICIDES Yes Yes Yes No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Wild animals destroys the crops.

4. LIVE STOCK : LIVE STOCK(NO) Cow - 1023 Ox - 368 Goat/Sheep-240 Mule/Horse/Donkey- 23 Buffalo - 103

BREED Local & Jersey Local Local Local Local

WHETHER SELLING THE PRODUCT Yes No Yes No Yes

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PROBLEM FACED

No problem.


5.FUEL/FODDER : FUEL/FODDER MANAGEMENT FUEL FODDER

REQUIREMENT Yes Yes

AVAILABILITY

GAP PERCENTAGE 40% 50%

60% 50%

SOURCE LPG & Forest Forest & Purchase.

MINOR FOREST PRODUCTS (MFP) MINOR FOREST PRODUCTS Banafsha Guchhi Kashmal Bhekal Timber Kakkarsingi Karipatta

EXISTING NAME Banafsha Guchhi Kashmal Bhekal Timber Kakkarsingi Karipatta

SUGGESTIONS

No suggestion.

PEOPLES PARTICIPATION: MAIN PROBLEMS Wild animals are in huge quantity and destroying the crops. Plantations are not being done during suitable seasons. Fire hazards destroys all the plantations and grasses in the area. Water Handpumps are drying the natural water level and also effecting the natural vegetation in the surrounding. No environmental monitoring committee are existing at lower levels. Natural resources in the Nalas are drying due to disturbance to the nature.

SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT Fruit plants be planted in the forests so the wild animals do not enter in the private lands. All plantations be done during rainy and suitable seasons. Fire committees be made in each villages to avoid the fire hazards. Training be imparted to the committee members and financial assistance be also given to them. Water handpumps are not required in such areas but water be supplied from Khads/nalas. Environment monitoring committees be raised at Panchayat levels. Disturbance like blasting and quarries be immediately stopped to save the natural water resources.

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PEOPLES PRIORITIES Top priority.

Priority.


PEOPLES PARTICIPATION

COSTING: TABLES COST

TABLE 3 4471000

TABLE 4 356400

TABLE 6 173600

TABLE 8 2644261

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TOTAL 7645261


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