Integrated Watershed Approach for Natural Resource Management

Integrated Watershed Approach for Natural Resource Management
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Integrated Watershed Approach for Natural Resource Management

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Preface Natural resources management and its conservation play significant role in sustainable agricultural production. Recognising the paramount importance o f land water resources for surrival and welfare people, it is imperative to give high priority to management conservation of land water resources on the basis integrated watershed approach. This publication is collection of lectures delivered by eminent scientist in short course on Integrated Watershed Approach for Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Crop Production in Rainfed Region sponsored by the Indian Counil of Agricultural Research, New Delhi and organized by Department of Soil Water Conservation Engineering, College o f Agricutlural Engineering Technology, Marathwada Agricultural University, Parbhani during January 2-11, 2008. The book covers the various aspects o f integrated watershed approach like componants of integrated watershed approach, planning o f watershed, watershed based soil w ater conservation activities, land use, crop management, dry land agriculture, horticulture, agroforestry, soil management, live stock production and peoples participation. It is my proud privilege to express deep sense o f gratitude to Dr. S.S Kadam, Hon. Vice Chancellor, MAU, Parbhani for his consistent guidance, inspiration and administrative support in smooth organization of the short course and bringing out this valuable publication. I wish to place on record sincere thanks to Dr. P.R. Shivpuje, Director of Instruction and Dean, Faculty o f Agriculture, MAU, Parbhani, for his keen interest, constant encouragement and effective guidance during organization o f the short course. I would like to thanks to Dr. R. G. Nadre, Associate Dean Principal, College of Agricultutal Engineering Technology, MAU, Parbhani for his constant encouragement and providing facilities during organization o f the short course. I am indebted to Dr.B.S. Bisht, Assistant Director General HRD , Indian Council o f Agricultural Research, New Delhi for extending financial support to this course. Thanks are also due to Shri. K.M. Lawande, Registrar and Shri. D.M. Jangilwad, Comptroller, MAU, Parbhani for their timely help in organizing the short course. I am also thankful to the various State A gricultu ral U niversities
and other institutes for having nominated scientists and teachers to attend this short course. Thanks are also due to the invited speakers and experts from the various departments who have provided core input for this short course. Last but not the least, I also express my sincere thanks to the faculty members and supporting staff of College o f Agricultural Engineering Technology, MAU, Parbhani for their help and assistance. I am sure that this publication will be of immense use to the teachers, research workers and extension staff o f SAU and ICAR institutes and all other related staff working in rural areas. A.S. Kadale