Repair and Maintenance of Pazar Talav
Proposal to repair and maintain the 60-year-old percolation tank that has dried up over the last ten years due to non-desilting and poor maintenance.
Planting drought-resistant trees and shrubs in these regions to promote greenery and increase water retention and create a balanced ecosystem.
Beneficiaries: Villages and Number of People
Washi Mahagaon Dam-250 Families with 1250 Members
Solam Wadi -50 Families with 250 Members
Borghar Haveli -175 Families with 875 Members
Borghar Adivasi Wadi-200 Families with 1000 Members
Sai Dham -90 Families with 450 Members
Washi Adivasi Wadi-65 Families with 325 Members
Nigudshet Adivasi Wadi-100 families with 500 Members
Adivasi homes -180 Adivasi homes with 900 members
Total Homes Overall -1100 Homes
Total members Overall -5550 Members
The families mentioned above rely on either self-farming or labor farming as their primary source of livelihood.
Improvement in Crop yields and Plantation
150 acres of land will be recultivated along with a mango plantation
Coconut trees will also flourish as a by-product
The income of farmers will increase by 25%
Improvement in the quality of rice, and an increase in the size of pulses.
Additional Employment Opportunities for the Adivasis who also depend on these water bodies for fishing will benefit as they will be able to sell the fishes their products in nearby areas.
Maximizing Crop Yields and Promoting Green Plantation
Rice and Nachni (also known as Finger Millet) are Kharif crops, which means they are typically sown in the rainy season and harvested in autumn. The September harvest aligns with the end of the rainy season.
Waal, Chana, Chouli, Hara Chana, and Matki are all Rabi crops, which means they are sown in December and harvested in spring.
Top Soil excavated from the Pazar Talav will be used by the above farmers for farmland and growing trees (topsoil)
No need for chemical fertilizers for 4 years when they use this Top Soil