The main problems faced in implementing community forestry are:

A.Villagers feel apprehensive of the programme, which they feel is another version of taking away their land by the government
B.Programme needs community’s voluntary cooperation and cannot be imposed on it
C.Programme should be based on the trust and confidence on both sides
D.Alternate employment opportunities made available locally reduce pressures on forests
E.All of the above

Urban forestry is:

A.It is specialized branch branch of forestry that has as its objective the cultivation and management of trees for their present
B.Potential contribution to the physiological, socio-logical and economic well being of urban society
C.Both (a) & (b)
D.None of these

Productive means:

A.Wood: timber, building material, veneers, chipboards and other panel products, pulp and paper, rayon etc.
B.Bark: Raw as fuel, dyes, tannis and chemical extraction etc
C.Both (a) & (b)
D.None of these

The history of Agroforestry is:

A.Cultivating trees and agricultural crops in intimate combination with one another is an ancient practice that farmers have used throughout the world
B.Until the Middle Ages, it was the general custom to clear-fell degraded forest, burn the slash, cultivate food crops for varying periods on the cleared areas
C.Plant or sow trees before, along with
D.After sowing agriculture crops
E.All of the above