Asian Journal Of Forestry

The plantations have remodeled the landscape in addition to the economy. The economic system in the districts of Ham Yen and Doan Hung is dominated by forestry and money crops. The plantations generate employment, each in the plantations and in value-adding actions such as carpentry and seedling production. Villagers pointed out that a household which has 1 ha or more of forest land for plantations, and which succeeds in managing it, is a affluent family. The operators respond to external and inside wants by introducing new species which provide a better return, and by diversifying their manufacturing to generate a more even cash circulate. The indirect benefits, accruing to the poor, are, e.g., employment opportunities in plantations and with wood merchants.

Khaterine William

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