Guidelines for Participatory Forest Resource Management: A Case Study of Ban Khok Hua Khao Community Forest

Authors

  • ภูมิหทัย กิตติพัฒนกุล
  • ปัสสี ประสมสินธ์
  • สรวัฒน์ วิศาลาภรณ์

Keywords:

Participatory management, community forest, Ban Khok Hua Khao

Abstract

This paper presents a study exploitation and involvement in the management of forest resources. For find solutions the management of forest resources with community participation. Data were analyzed using SWOT for strategy and guidelines for the management of forest resources more effectively from surveys and questionnaires. The information made aware of the status of forest resources. Utilization Participation in the management of community resources. It was found that the plants 83 species 46 families. Locals community using forest products for food and medicine. Factors affecting the participation in resource management is gender, age, education, income, marital status, length of residence in the area, and a social status in the community. The male will participate more than females. Those who are of
working age to participate than school age. Those with more education are more involved than those with less education. People with low incomes will contribute more than those who earn more. Those who live in the area any longer to engage more people in the area a short time. And the social status of the community to participate more than those without social status in the community. Factors affecting the resources depend on income over a career. And social status in the community
People are relying more resources that are earning less than those without relying on resources. The age range are of working age are relying more resources than those in preschool. The occupation has led to a reliance on resources than those without occupation. And those with social status in communities are very dependent on resources than those without social status in the community. Strategy and management of forest resources in Ban Khok Hua Khao. The strategy should stabilize the ecosystem forest communities to meet sustainable development. Management for the use of biological diversity in forests, sustainable communities. Creating awareness cherished woods and wild in the forest of the village. Cultivated wild plants as food and herbs to employ local forest communities. As head crop farm and forest
ordination. Reinforced by the development of conservation strategies. Potential useand management of forest resources in balance. Plans activities : Prepare the area to clear the forest. Development, production and management of forest resources by local communities. Protect forests from fires and intruders. Create awareness about the use of resources in the right quantities. To aim Ban Khok Hua Khao are abundant and prosperity in the future.

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Published

2019-09-04

How to Cite

กิตติพัฒนกุล ภ., ประสมสินธ์ ป., & วิศาลาภรณ์ ส. (2019). Guidelines for Participatory Forest Resource Management: A Case Study of Ban Khok Hua Khao Community Forest. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 8(2), 67. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/214457