The actual forest cover in the country is monitored every two years by Forest Survey of India Based on studies of Satellite Imageries. Though the state is rich in forests, it has very limited dense forests. As per National Forest Policy 1988, in the hills and in mountainous regions like Mizoram, the aim should be to maintain two-third of the area under forest or tree cover in order to prevent erosion and land degradation and to ensure the stability of the fragile eco-system. As against this goal; at present notified forests (reserved/ protected forests) constitute about 38% of the geographical area and even most of these are open, degraded and subject to pressure of shifting cultivation, encroachments, grazing fire, illicit felling etc.


Area under Various Reserved Forest in Mizoram:


Quantity of Forest Produce in Mizoram, 2001-02 to 2010-11:


Division-wise Quantity of Forest Produce in Mizoram, 2010-11:


Forest Development Agency:


Preservation of Wildlife:


Protected Areas of Mizoram:


Eco-Development Scheme:


Forest Utilization:


Revenue Collected from Forest Products (upto january, 2011):


Implementation of Working Plan and Working Scheme:


Bamboo Development in Mizoram:


National Bamboo Mission:


Implementation of New Land use Policy (NLUP):


Forest and Tree Resources in State of Mizoram according to India State Forest Report 2011: