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Forest and Society
This paper examined how forest has contributed to rural households' livelihood in Da river basin, the northwest mountainous region of Vietnam. The results revealed that forest predominantly contributes to the total income of rural residents in the region. Specifically, forestry land area, access to non-timber forest products, and payment for forest environmental services significantly affected household's income in the region. However, rural people in the region have still faced severaldoi:10.24259/fs.v3i2.7050 fatcat:l5joov3a2bbnzoutyq4tvns7iq