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This article examines the Political Collective in Nakhon Sawan Province Case Study of Forest Network Community at Ban Than Mayom, Mae Wong District of Nakhon Sawan Province. The purpose of this study are Aggregation and Group Activity of Forest Network Community at Ban Than Mayom. This research is a Qualitative Research which focuses on description and analysis information collected by using Environmental Management Concept and Interest Groups. The use of documentary approaches, in-depth interviews and non-participant observation. The target groups of this research are Leaders and members of the group of 6.
The research has found that the cause of this network since 2539 B.E. is from three factors: 1) the environmental degradation problem in the mountain area Maekratoo. 2) Forest and water resources intrusion, and lack of conscience in the management and maintenance of natural resources and the environment in the community. To increase the area for farming. The area that will be invaded is the first. It is not in the forest. Because no one owns a clear. And the conflict in land management is less than the intrusion of private or other private areas and 3) the problems of economic development of the country. The focus is on the lack of public mind. But the subject of the individual's livelihood. To neglect the issues of using and sharing the resources and environment. There are five main activities: Mountain plumbing activities and Reforestation, Farmer School Activities of Than Mayom Village, career and income promotion activities for households and communities, activities as a source of knowledge to outsiders. And music and art activities.
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