Study on impact of jhum farming released
Dimapur, Jan. 14 (EMN): A case study on the impact of traditional shifting cultivation in Nagaland part of an NAFCC project, a programme of the Soil & Water Conservation, Land Resource, and Agriculture departments at Zunheboto, was released by Temjen Toy, chief secretary on January 14 in his conference room.
The government publicity agency the department of information and Public Relations (IPR) gave updates to the media on January 14 informing about the programme.
The chief secretary called upon all the agriculture and allied departments to work together ‘for better outcome of the projects to create positive impacts to the farming communities,’ the IPR stated.
Research and developmental works carried out as part of the National Adaptation Fund on Climate Change programmes are being highlighted along with the outcome of jhum field practices related to adaptation on climate change, the IPR stated.