CCNR Ongoing Projects

  • Study of Development of Galls in Karkatashringi
  • Strengthening of National Herbarium, Raw Drug Repository and multi-Disciplinary databases of Medicinal Botanicals of India
  • Botanical & Ecological Survey: Diversity, ecology and status of wild medicinal plant resources” in Heggada Devana Kote, Mysuru district.
  • Plant Wealth of Lalbagh Botanical Garden
  • Botanical and Population study in Project “Detailed Assessment of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant (MAP) species including their collection, usage, demand, markets, price trends and life cycle, focusing on landscapes in Sikkim under SECURE Himalaya Project”
  • Generation of Livelihood Opportunities for the Local Communities in Savanadurga by Sustainably Utilising the Natural Resources funded by National Medicinal Plants Board, Govt. of India through Karnataka Forest Department
  • Sustainable Harvesting, Value Addition, Warehousing and Marketing of Selected RET and High Traded Medicinal Plant Species Covering 22 JFMCs in 18 Forest Divisions of Karnataka, India Department Funded by National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB), Govt. of India through Karnataka Forest Department
  • Resource Augmentation of selected RET and High Traded Medicinal Plant species Covering 22 JFMCs in 18 Forest Divisions of Karnataka, India funded by National Medicinal Plants Board (NMPB) through Karnataka Forest Department
  • Capacity building of MFP collectors of Chhattisgarh Minor Forest Produce Federation (CGMFPF) on good collection practices of nationalized and non-nationalised MFPs in Chhattisgarh Funded by Chhattisgarh Minor Forest Produce Federation Cooperative Limited, Raipur
  • Sustainable harvesting, value addition, warehousing and marketing of selected RET & hightraded species in Peechi and Silent Valley Wildlife Divisions, Kerala, funded by NMPB, New Delhi, through Kerala Forest and Wildlife department, Government of Kerala
  • Development of sustainable harvesting methodologies for selected medicinal plant species in Medicinal Plants Conservation Areas (MPCAs), Chhattisgarh. Funded by Chhattisgarh State Medicinal Plants Board, Raipur
  • Rapid Assessment of Population of Conservation Concern species at Medicinal Plants Conservation Areas in Karnataka. Funded by Karnataka Forest Department
  • Improving the semi-processing and packaging methods to enhance the quality and market value of selected medicinal plants in Peechi Wildlife Sanctuary and Silent Valley National Park, Kerala. Funded by National Medicinal Plants Board, Govt. of India

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