<b>Ecological Conservation and Natural Resource Management A Study</b> Natural Resources Management concerns the sustainable utilization of major natural resources such as land, water, air, minerals, forests, fisheries, and wild flora and fauna. Together, these resources produce the ecosystem services that underpin human existence and welfare. Poor people are often critically dependent on natural resources, and suffer most when they are degraded. While poverty alleviation and sustainable natural resources management are generally compatible, some situations may require difficult tradeoffs. Nevertheless, the fact remains that without poverty alleviation, the environment in developing countries will continue to degrade, and without better natural resources management, poverty alleviation will be undermined. Natural Resources, Management, Ecology, environment, Development, Economy 191-197 Issue-1 Volume-1 Dr. Arun Singh | Dr. Anil Kumar Yadav