International Journal of Social Forestry


Following great efforts and hard works of authors, reviewers, and editors, it's the right time to announce the publication of nternational Journal of Social Forestry (IJSF) Volume 3 Number 1. In this edition, IJSF publishes five articles discussing some crucial issues, experiences, and lessons learned in the field of social forestry.
Its list of articles are shown as follows:

Assessment of the Impact of Democratic Rule on Some Aspects of Forest Resources Management in Ondo State, Nigeria (1-16) [PDF, 317 kb]
Adesoji Gideon Adedayo and Matthew Banji Oyun

Using Gini Coefficient for Analysing Distribution of Community Forests in Nepal by Development and Ecological Regions (17-27) [PDF, 200 kb]
Anuja Raj Sharma

Eating From the Wild: Indigenous Knowledge on Wild Edible Plants in Parroha VDC of Rupandehi District, Central Nepal (28-48) [PDF, 311 kb]
Kamal Prasad Acharya and Rajendra Acharya

Assessment of Some Other Traditional Uses of Accepted Agroforestry Fuelwood Species in Akinyele and Ido Local Government Areas, Oyo State, Nigeria (49-65) [PDF, 279 kb]
A.A. Erakhrumen, O.Y. Ogunsanwo, and O.I. Ajewole

Can the Rain Forests of Nigeria Sustain Trade in Medicinal Plants? (66-80) [PDF, 227 kb]
Gbadebo J. Osemeobo

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