The Kerala Forest and Wildlife Department is one of the oldest administrative bodies in the State. It was established as a key agency for managing the state’s rich forest and wildlife resources, safeguarding and developing these crucial ecological treasures. It oversees protected areas like national parks and sanctuaries, regulates tree harvesting and transport, and actively promotes social and farm forestry practices. Additionally, the department conducts vital research and development in this area, while offering extension services to both farmers and those residing in forest areas. The department has significantly contributed to the conservation of Kerala’s unique ecological heritage.
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