The Bhorgundy Village is situated in the Ugli forest range of Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh. The community mainly depends on forest products for their survival. They also depend on wage labour and subsistence agriculture. The community consists of the indigenous Gond tribe who extracted the forest products in a sustainable manner and had their own set of rules and regulations. Only dry twigs and leaves were collected for firewood and axes were not used for cutting trees. In order to formalize forest protection system, the Van Suraksha Samiti was formed in 1999.