Assessment Of The Level Of Stakeholders’ Involvement In Forest Offences In South-west
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Assessment Of The Level Of Stakeholders’ Involvement In Forest Offences In South-west Nigeria
The paper assessed the level of stakeholders’ involvement in forest offences in south west, Nigeria. Primary data were obtained from forestry officials, timber contractors, saw millers and farmers using sampling proportionate to size. Four sets of structured questionnaire were used with oral interview. A set of questionnaire was administered to 152 forestry officials, 128 timber contractors, 201 saw millers and 251 farmers in communities associated with selected Forest Reserves (FRs). Various Forest Offences (FO), fines accrued from FO, level of stakeholders’ involvement in FO such as Illegal farming (IF), Illegal felling of tree (IFT), Trespassing in the reserve (TIR), Trafficking unhamDownloadViews: 4

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