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Welcome To KOWAPPURAM KUNHIMANGALAM

KUNHIMANGALAM KOWAPPURAM

 



 

KUNHIMANGALAM KOWAPPURAM

Kowappuram is a small village of Kunhimangalam Panchayath Hindus , Muslims and Christian are living together with peacefull, There is Shaduli masjid and Badr masjid and Michle church, Shri krishna undayapuram temple also there.

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About KMLM (KUNHIMANGALAM)

Kunhimangalam, flanked by Perumbapuzha and Pullamkodpuzha, other side Chemballikkundu puzha and Cheruthazham ,  is rich in rare species of mangroves including Excoecaria agallocha, Avicennia sp., Excoecaria sp., Rhizophora sp. and Lumnitzera racemosa. in Kowappuram Puzha (chemballikkundu puzh's sub rivers) l large aria  A large Kandal tree is there  extent of these mangrove areas is mostly in private possession. Mangrove areas close to urban centres and major roads are under threat of degradation as people who own the hitherto `useless' swamps of mangroves may sell them to real estate dealers.

Mangrove forest is an assemblage of salt tolerant trees and shrubs, and is the dominant feature of coastal areas in tropical countries. They flourish in estuarine or brackish water environment. Low wave energy, low salinity condition, high tidal amplitude and gentle slopes promote development of mangroves.

Following a series of discussions, a number of villagers had come forward to hand over their mangroves to WTI to initiate conservation actions. Consultations are on to acquire other mangrove areas. Villagers are also being encouraged for sustainable use of mangroves.

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Kunhimangalam is considered to have rich mangrove vegetation. The area is flanked by two rivers Perumbapuzha and Pullamkodpuzha which supplies regular freshwater - ideal for mangrove habitation. Some rare species found here include, Excoecaria agallocha, Avicennia sp., Excoecaria sp., Rhizophora sp. and Lumnitzera racemosa.   

Mangrove forest is an assemblage of salt tolerant trees and shrubs, and is the dominant feature of coastal areas in tropical countries. They flourish in estuarine or brackish water environment. Low wave energy, low salinity condition, high tidal amplitude and gentle slopes promote development of mangroves.

Following a series of discussions, a number of villagers had come forward to hand over their mangroves to WTI to initiate conservation actions. Consultations are on to acquire other mangrove areas. Villagers are also being encouraged for sustainable use of mangroves.  MUTHALIB P, KOWAPPURAM,  KUNHIMANGALAM                        kowappuram@yahoo.com



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