Focus and Scope

The Nepal Journal of Forestry is published two times yearly by Nepal Foresters' Association (NFA), which is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of dignity and professionalism of Nepalese foresters through enhanced scope of sustainable forest management, biodiversity conservation, watershed management, better forest governance and forest-based poverty reduction. The goal of the journal is to provide a forum for innovative and scholarly works in forests, forestry, foresters and folks (people). The journal's interests cover a wide range of Nepalese and South Asian issues from research findings in forest-based natural and social sciences including forest management, forest economics, political ecology, forest governance, biodiversity conservation, watershed management, agro-forestry, payment for environmental services (PES), forest policies and forest-based poverty reduction. The journal includes original professional and research articles, critical reviews of books and short technical communications.

Publication Frequency

The Nepal Journal of Forestry is published two times yearly.

Publisher

    Nepal Foresters' Association