Van Dhan Vikas Karyakram
The tribal communities primarily depend on collection and sale of seasonal minor forest produces (MFP) for livelihood and income...
Minimum Support Price
Govt of India has taken a number of initiatives for socio economic development of tribals and recognizing the critical importance...
Tribals constitute 8.60% of the total population of the country, numbering 104.28 million (2011 Census) and cover about 15% of the...
TRIFED in its endeavor to develop the marketing of minor forest produce is engaged in skill up gradation and capacity building ...
MFPNET is a network of stakeholders in the trade of MFPs which includes individuals, agencies, institutions etc interested in development of MFP.
Retail Marketing
TRIFED aims to improve the livelihood of the tribal communities by creating a sustainable market and create business opportunities ...

Statewise MFPs on which monopoly rights are exercised by State

State MFP Under State Monopoly
Andhra Pradesh Bamboo, tendu leaves and 25 other MFPs.
Chhattisgarh Bamboo, tendu leaves, sal seed, myrobalans and gums of kullu, dhawda, khair and babool. 
Gujarat Bamboo, tendu leaves, mhowra flower, mhowra seed, gum karaya and other miscellaneous gums.
Maharashtra Bamboo, tendu leaves, apta leaves and 33 other MFPs.
Madhya Pradesh Bamboo, tendu leaves, sal seed, kullu gum and lac resin.
Rajasthan Bamboo, tendu. State monopoly for other MFPs ceased to exist in 2003.
Orissa Bamboo and tendu leaves.
Himachal Pradesh No MFP has been put under State monopoly.
Jharkhand Tendu leaves.