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Intensity Of Exploitation And Utilization Of Cultural And Non-tangible Forest Resources On The Livelihood Of Rural Households In Benue State, Nigeria
The study was carried out to assess the intensity of cultural and non-tangible forest resources exploited and utilized by the rural households in Benue State, Nigeria. A well structured interview schedule was purposively used to elicit information from 300 eligible respondents in the study area. The study revealed that animal horns, tails (60.3%) and palm wine 60.0% were identified to be most exploited by the ruler households and very highly intense-utilized (61.0%)( for animal tails and horns used by traditional title holders) and very highly intensively utilized(53.0%) (for cola nut for sacrifice and prayer) the study concluded that the cultural and non-tangible forest resources
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