Solution:The villagers could take forest resources from only forest forests for personal use.
Dietrich Brandis realised that people needed to be educated in conservation science and that a proper system must be implemented to manage the forests. Legitimation for this system would be required. In addition, it was necessary to create guidelines for using forest resources. The Forest Act was passed in 1865 and changed twice, first in 1878 and then again in 1927. Forests were classified into three categories by the 1878 Act: reserved, protected, and village forests. "Reserved forests" were the best forests. However, the villagers could take nothing from these forests, not even for personal use. They could collect wood only from village forests for house construction or fuel.