The Indian Forester, a pioneer journal in the field of Forestry Research established in 1875 has been serving the cause of Scientific Forestry Research since its inception. It is closely associated with the continuous advancement of forestry, and is a storehouse of information for those who want to indulge deep into the progress of forestry in the country. The Indian Forester is indeed a milestone not only in the history of Indian Forestry but also that of International Forestry Scenario. The Indian Forester has always endeavoured to provide its readers, the information regarding the latest Research & Developments in the country on topical issues by bringing out Special issues on topics such as Conservation, Eucalyptus, Earth Summit, Wild Life, Vegetative Propagation, Biodiversity, Sustainable Development, Teak (Tectona grandis), Wild Life Conservation, Neem, Agro-forestry, Participatory Forestry Management, Wild Life Protection, Environment, Poplar, Wood, Energy, Social Forestry, Bamboo, Medicinal Plants and Climate Change. The Indian Forester is a fountain of information and learning which nourishes and enlightens the entire community’s of foresters and scientists on scientific forestry and allied disciplines in the country. During its career of 129 years, it has taken an honorable place as one of the world’s pioneers in Scientific Forestry. It is the oldest journal on tropical forestry and has been very closely associated with the science of forestry with distinction for the country. The issues of 129 years (Vol.1 to 129) have published more than 30,000 articles on all aspects of scientific forestry.
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