Meghalaya’s rich forests are role-models for community-based conservation efforts

Meghalaya is home to more than 100 community-owned sacred groves across its hills and valleys, some spread over just one hectare, the biggest over 400 hectares. Mawphlang is about 77 hectares, but it is one of the most religiously protected; a biodiversity paradise.
18 September 2018

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