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Eco-friendly fishing methods and techniques practiced in the northern hills zone of Chhattisgarh state, India
Journal of Applied and Natural Science
Indian forests have the potential to safeguard the livelihood of forest dwelling people, particularly tribal people, who are among the most disadvantaged groups in our society. Tribal people generally depend on forests for their cultural, spiritual, and to varying degree of economic needs. Fishing is one of the important livelihood activities of the tribal community since the time immortal. Fishing provides the source of livelihood as well as nutritional security to the tribal familydoi:10.31018/jans.v8i2.903 fatcat:vxyxlv3zkbavdoo4nwqolhchjq