Forest Organisation, Odisha
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  • Shri Bijayshree Routray

    Hon'ble Minister,
    Forest & Environment

  • Shri Suresh Chandra Mohapatra, IAS

    Additional Chief Secretary
    Forest & Environment, Dept.

  • Dr. Debabrata Swain, IFS

    Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & HoFF

Upcoming Events

»World Soil Day: 5th December »World Day to combat Desertification and Drought-17th June »Forest Martyr' Day observed on 11.09.2017 »World Heritage Day 18th April »Earth Day 22nd April »BANA MAHOTSAVA - 1st to 7th July »International Day for Preservation of Ozone layer- 16th September »World Elephant day 12th August »International Day for Preventing Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict: 6th Nov »International Mountain Day : 11th December »National Honey Bee Day, Third Saturday in August »State level Wildlife Week will be celebrated on 07.10.2017 »Please listen BANANI a weekly programme broadcast on every Saturday at 7.30 PM in All India Radio »International Migratory Bird Day 3rd May »International Day for Biological Diversity 22nd May »World Environment Day 5th June »Wild Life Week- 2nd to 8th October »International Tiger Day 29th July »World Sea Turtle Day- 16th of JUNE

Mission & Vision

Odisha's  forests are well stocked, diverse, multi-storied and dense. The forests are managed for sustained use providing a range of goods and services to a variety of stakeholders at local and broader levels. Forests are home to flora and fauna, build soil, regulate water flows, and provide quality water as well as small wood, timber and NTFPs. Varied types of forests are found in Odisha. Primarily, major groups are Moist Peninsular Low level Sal Forest, Northern Dry Mixed Deciduous Forest, Dry Peninsular Sal Forest, Dry Deciduous Scrub , Northern Secondary Moist Mixed Deciduous Forest and Mangrove Forest.


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