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TABLE NO:1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION CATCHMENT

WATERSHED NO

MICRO WATERSHED NO

Satluj

Sp5

Sp5b

LATITUDE 31'33' to 31'40'

LONGITUDE 77'49' to 77'54'

ALTITUDE 1345m to 4970m

AREA(HA)

DISTRICT NAME

TEHSIL/BLOCK

2988 SLOPE IN DEGREE

Kinnaur

Nichar

VILLAGE Bara Kamba, Shorang Dogri

RAINFALL(mm)

SNOWFALL(mm)

TEMPERATURE(Cen)

30' to 80'

NA

NA

OTHER

PROPOSED NO/NAME

NA PLACE OF INTEREST LIKE TOURISM OR ECOTOURISM

1246

Shorang valley is recommended for ecotourish and adventure tracking.

Nil

CATTLE POPULATION

638

MALE

316

FEMALE

322

MILTCH

99

PHOTO C:\MWS_21\Photo\SP5B\Table 1\P5190072.JPG NO OF HOUSE HOLD 183

DESCRIPTION Shorang valley is covered with dense forests in lower part, middle part is pasture and top part is snow bound glaciers. Pleasant climate is in the whole area. Many types of wild animals and birds can be seen in the track.

TABLE 1 PHOTO Sp5b

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

WASTE LAND OTHERS LAND TOTAL

GOVT AREA

PRIVATE AREA

B.AREA UNDER FOREST CATEGORY WISE : COMMU AREA

Total

CATEGORY

0 1421

120 0

0 0

120 1421

NAME AREA (HA)

645 782 2848

6 14 140

0 0 0

651 796 2988

SPECIES DENSITY

DPF/RESERVE Dabling C-98, Bara Kamba C-97 105.53 Kail, Deodar, Fir, Spruce, Walnut, Kharshu, Rai, Tosh, Bhojpatra, Rakhal, Khanor .1 to .8

UPF

PASTURE

UPF Bara Kamba 1315.33 Kail, Deodar, Fir, Spruce, Walnut, Kharshu, Rai, Tosh, Bhojpatra, Khanor, Rakhal .2 to .6

Kanda 728.32

OTHERS Shorang Abal and Doyan 698.82

Bushes & Grass NA

Bushes & Grass NA

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

Bara Kamba Shorang UF-15 Barakamba TOTAL :

LATITUDE AND LONGITUD E 31'35'30" 77'52'56" 31'39'10" 77'50'01" 31'35'42" 77'52'50"

TOTA L AREA (HA)

80

80

SAMP LE AREA (HA)

SPECIE S PLANTE D

SAMPL E GAP FILLIN G AREA (HA)

SURV IVAL %

5

Cheel, Bemi

2

60

10

Nirgal

5

50

5

Deodar

5

0

20

12

TOTAL GAP FILLIN G AREA (HA)

AREA NEEDED NEW PLANTATION (HA)

FENCING REQUIRE D(RM)

REASONS FOR FAILURE Due to drought.

48

48

85800

Due to fire. Due to fire and grazing.

48

48

FINAL PRESCRIPTION( Enrichment (HA))

RATE/ HAC

COST (Rs)

Enrichment = 190

35000

6650000

Energy Plantation = 8

138000

1104000

85800

7754000

TABLE 3 PHOTOS Shorang

UF-15 Barakamba

Bara Kamba

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

LATITUDE/ LONGITUDE

Barakamba

31'35'30" 77'52'56"

Shorang

31'39'10" 77'50'01"

UFBarakamba

31'35'42" 77'52'50"

PRESCRIPTI ON Trenching Live hedge CheckDams Brushwood CheckDams Trenching Live hedge CheckDams Brushwood CheckDams Trenching Live Hedge CheckDams Brushwood CheckDams

QUANTITY 1x.50x.30m 650 Rms 2x1.5x1.5m 40 Rms 3x1.5x1.5m 1x.50x.30m 100 Rms 3x1.5x1.5m 28 Rms 2x1.5x1.5m 1x.50x.30m 900 Rms 2x1.5x1.5m 35 Rms 3x1.5x1.5m

AVAILABILTY OF LOCAL MATERIAL

OLD WORK NEED REPAIRING (QUANTITY)

FINAL PRESCRIPTION NEW NEW PRESCRIPTION QUANTITY

Stone & local species

NA

Trenching

Stone & local species

NA

Stone & local species

NA

RATE/ CUM

COST (Rs)

1x.30x.30m = 6400 Nos

9.9

63360

Trenching

1x.30x.30m = 6400 Nos

9.9

63360

Trenching

1x.30x.30m = 6400 Nos

9.9

63360

= 1000 Nos = 18 Nos = 14 Nos = 1000 No = 35 Nos = 45 Nos = 1200 No = 38 Nos = 18 Nos

TABLE 4 PHOTOS Shorang

UF-15 Barakamba

Bara Kamba

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TABLE NO:5 AGROFORESTRY TYPE OF TREE TREES WILD FRUIT

MEDICINAL

PRESENT STATUS PRESENT NOs PRESENT SPECIES Khanor, Kimu, Chulli, Paja, Shegul, 900 Willow, Kachnar Khanor, Shegul, Walnut, Kashmal, 1500 Jamun, Bemi, Peach, Wild almond Salampanja, Patish, Karu, Dhoop, Bankakri, Discoria, Chora, Tirmus, Chukri, Nihani, Karvi, Kashmal, Bhekal, 4000 Lingar, Banafsha, Guchhi.

FUTURE REQUIREMENT FUTURE NOs FUTURE SPECIES Khanor, Kimu, Chulli, Paja, Shegul, Willow, 1500 Kachnar Khanor, Shegul, Walnut, Kashmal, Jamun, 4800 Bemi, Peach, Wild almond Salampanja, Patish, Karu, Dhoop, Bankakri, Discoria, Chora, Tirmus, Chukri, Nihani, Karvi, Kashmal, Bhekal, Lingar, Banafsha, 8000 Guchhi

NEED FOR EXTENSION

SOURCE OF PLANTING STOCK(Nearest Nursery)

Y

Chhota Kamba Nursery.

Y

Chhota Kamba Nursery.

Y

Chhota Kamba Nursery.

TABLE NO:6 GRAZING LANDS Name

LATITUDE/ LONGITUDE

AREA(HA)

SPECIES

WEED REMOVAL

SEEDING

CLOSURES

Bara Kamba

31'34'32" 77'53'10"

18

Grass & Bushes

Yes

Yes

No

Shorang

31'36'11" 77'52'22"

78

Grass & Bushes

Yes

Yes

No

Other 19200 fodder plants are required to be planted. 19200 fodder plants are required to be planted.

PEOPLES SUGGESTION Good and improved quality of grass seeds be seeded in the grazing lands. Good and improved quality of grass seeds be seeded in all the UPFs.

Rate/ Hac (Rs)

27000

486000

27000

2106000

TABLE 6 PHOTOS Shorang

Bara Kamba

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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

Chakshapa Nala (2 Kms) Nala joining Shorang Khad at Glacier Point(1 Kms)

LATITUD E/LONGI TUDE

31'35'02" 77'53'09"

31'38'42" 77'50'41"

Nala near Jalpa-I (1 Kms)

31'38'02" 77'50'58"

Nala near Jalpa-II (1.5 Kms)

31'38'13" 77'50'56"

Shangling Nala (500 Mtr)

Shorang Khad at Talpa (2 Kms)

31'36'38" 77'52'02"

31'37'55" 77'51'08"

PRESCRIPTI ON

CheckDams Live Hedge Brushwood Brushwood

CheckDams Live Hedge Live Hedge Brushwood CheckDams

CheckDams Live Hedge Brushwood Brushwood Live Hedge Retaining Wall Gabion Silt Detention Dams Retaining Wall Gabion Brushwood DeflectingS pur Live Hedge

QUANTITY 3x1.5x1.5m = 17 Nos 5x1.5x1.5m = 09 Nos 8x1.5x1.5m = 14 Nos 600 Rms 200 Rms 120 Rms 12x1.5x1.5m = 09 Nos 8x1.5x1.5m = 11 Nos 350 Rms 400 Rms 200 Rms 20x2x2.5m = 05 Nos 25x2x2.5m = 03 Nos 20x2x2.5m = 16 Nos 25x2x2.5m = 09 Nos 30x2x2.5m = 07 Nos 300 Rms 100 Rms 400 Rms 2000 Rms

AVAILABI LITY OF LOCAL MATERIAL

OLD WORKS NEEDING REPAIR (QUANTITY)

LIFT IRRIGATI ON(HT/A CERAGE)

Stone & local species

NA

NA

Stone & local species

NA

NA

Stone & local species

NA

NA

Stone & local species

NA

NA

12x2x2.5m = 03 Nos

8x3x4m = 01 Nos

Stone & local species

NA

NA

20x3x4m = 02 Nos 350 Rms 25x2x3.5m =22 Nos 2000 Rms

Stone & local species

NA

NA

FINAL PRESCRIPTION NEW PRESCRIPTIO N NEW QUANTITY 3x1.5x1.5m = 5 Nos 5x1.5x1.5m = 3 Nos CheckDams 8x1.5x1.5m = 5 Nos Live Hedge 600 Rms Brushwood 100 Rms Brushwood 50 Rms

CheckDams Live Hedge Live Hedge Brushwood CheckDams

CheckDams Live Hedge Brushwood Brushwood Live Hedge Retaining Wall Gabion

RATE/ UNIT 10033 10033 10033 9.6 62 62

COST(Rs) 150495 150495 401320 5760 6200 3100

12x1.5x1.5m = 3 Nos 8x1.5x1.5m = 3 Nos 150 Rms 300 Rms 50 Rms 20x2x2.5m = 2 Nos 25x2x2.5m = 2 Nos 20x2x2.5m = 4 Nos 25x2x2.5m = 4 Nos 30x2x2.5m = 2 Nos 450 Rms 75 Rms 25 Rms 150 Rms

10033 10033 9.6 9.6 62 17277 17277 17277 17277 17277 9.6 62 62 9.6

361188 240792 1440 2880 3100 691080 863850 1382160 1727700 1036620 4320 4650 1550 1440

12x2x2.5m = 1 Nos

17277

207324

Silt Detention Dams Retaining Wall Gabion Brushwood

8x3x4m = 01 Nos

29131

233048

20x3x4m = 02 Nos 100 Rms

29131 62

1165240 6200

DeflectingSpur Live Hedge

25x2x3.5m =7 Nos 600 Rms

29689 9.6

5195575 5760

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TABLE 8 PHOTOS

Shorang Khad at Talpa

Nala joining Shorang Khad at Glacier Point

Nala near Jalpa-I

Shangling Nala

Nala near Jalpa-II

Chakshapa Nala

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TABLE NO:9 PERFORMA FOR LANDSLIDE NAME OF AREA/ LOCATION Talpa (800m x 50m)

LATITUDE/ LONGITUD E

DAMAGE/R ISK TO LIFE & PROPERTY

31'38'15" 77'50'57"

Property

MEAS URES TAKEN

TYPE OF SOIL AND ROCK

DEGRE E OF SLOPES /SEVER ITY

Nil

Loose stone

Very Severe

FINAL PRESCRIPTION OCCU RREN CE(Se ason) Rainy seaso n

ROAD CONST RUCTI ON

QU AR RY

OTHER CONSTR UCTIONS

No

No

No

NATURA L Yes due to glaciers

NEW PRESCRIP TION Retaining Wall Gabion

NEW QUANTITY

RATE/ UNIT

COST(Rs)

20x2.5x3m = 16 Nos

20177

6456640

TABLE 9 PHOTOS Talpa

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TABLE NO:9A

INFORMATION ON (CULTIVATION / LIFE STOCK / FUEL / FODDER / MFP) 1.Fruits FRUIT NAME Apricot Apple Khanor Chulli Pears Walnut Plum Dakh

VARIETY(LOCAL/IMPROVED) Local Royal, Golden, Red Royal, Red Golden, Spur, delicious Local Local Local Local Sentaroza Local

USE OF FERTILISERS No

USE OF INSECTICIDES No

Yes No No No No No No

Yes No No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Irrigated water shortage exists. A wild animal destroys the crops. Good quality of plants/seeds not being provided and fertilizers and insecticides not being provided in time.

2.CROPS : CROPS NAME Rajmash Potato Barley Fafra Ogla Chilai Koda Maize Wheat

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

USE OF FERTILISERS No No No No No No No No No

USE OF INSECTICIDES No No No No No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Irrigated water shortage exists. A wild animal destroys the crops. Good quality of plants/seeds not being provided and fertilizers and insecticides not being provided in time.

3.VEGETABLE : VEGETABLE NAME Carrot Radish Saag Garlic Tomato Cauliflower Brinjal Capsicum Cabbage

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

USE OF FERTILISERS No No No No No No No No No

USE OF INSECTICIDES No No No No No No No No No

PROBLEMS FACED

Irrigated water shortage exists. Wild animals destroy the crops. Good quality of plants/seeds not being provided and fertilizers and insecticides not being provided in time.

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4. LIVE STOCK : LIVE STOCK(NO) Ox - 43 Sheep/Goat - 1180 Cow - 99 Horse/Mule/Donkey - 23

BREED Local Local Local & Jersey Local

WHETHER SELLING THE PRODUCT No No No No

PROBLEM FACED Veterinary is not available in the area hence face problem of medicine.

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

REQUIREMENT Yes Yes

AVAILABILITY

GAP PERCENTAGE 60% 40%

40% 60%

SOURCE LPG & Forest Grazing and migration to Kandas.

MINOR FOREST PRODUCTS (MFP) MINOR FOREST PRODUCTS Salampanja Patish Bhekal Banafsha Kashmal Guchhi Karu Lingar Karvi Nihani Chukri Chora Tirmur Discoria Bankakri Dhoop

EXISTING NAME Salampanja Patish Bhekal Banafsha Kashmal Guchhi Karu Lingar Karvi Nihani Chukri Chora Tirmur Discoria Bankakri Dhoop

SUGGESTIONS

New types of MFPs be planted and existing species of MFPs be extended. No permit to the contractors from other places be given.

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PEOPLES PARTICIPATION: MAIN PROBLEMS MFPs in the forest have been very less due to improper removal of the products. No accommodation like Rest House/Community Centre is held in the area. There is no accommodation for PHC. The PHC is also not equipped with instruments and medicines. Veterinary is not available in the MWS area.

There is no source of selling of produces from the 15/20 area. The condition of bridle paths in the sanctuary area is very poor due to felling of trees and soil erosion. A lot of fallen trees are lying in the forest areas which are destroying the small plants. Forests and new plantations are being destroyed frequently by fire hazards. Wild animals in the sanctuary area are also damages due to fire. Link road is not held in the areas. No storage of water at natural resources is made in the area. Irrigation Kuhl which is under plan is not stable as the area is steep and stone damage the kuhl frequently. There is no facilities of higher education in the area.

SUGGESTION FOR IMPROVEMENT New MFP plantation be done and no contractors from out side be allowed for marketing of products.

PEOPLES PRIORITIES

A Rest House/Community Centre be opened at Bara Kamba. Accommodation, good equipment and sufficient medicines be provided for PHC. Vaterinary is required to be opened at Bara Kamba. People be encouraged to keep good variety of cows for production of milk. Cows be provided on loan. A Milk plant be provided for 15/20 area. Span be provided for supply of produces to the road head. All the bridle paths in the sanctuary area are required to be required. All the fallen trees in the forests area required to be removed. The same also increase fire hazards. The fallen treen be given to Corporation immediately for its use in positive manner. Fire lines and fencing be made in the forests. Long grass be cut off to save the fire hazards. Wild life is urgently required to be saved from fire. Maximum budget of CAT plan be expended on forests and Wild Life. Shorang - Rupi old forest road be made jeepable road. Storage tanks at natural water resources be made for saving of water for drinking purposes. Pipe line be provided for irrigation water instead of open kuhl. Existing middle school be upgraded to High School and sufficient accommodation be made.

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Top Priority. Priority.

Top Priority.

Priority.

Top priority.

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PEOPLES PARTICIPATION

COSTING: TABLES COST

TABLE 3 7754000

TABLE 4 190080

TABLE 6 2592000

TABLE 8 13853287

TOTAL 38678257

TABLE 9 14288890

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