In the early 1990s, there was a realisation among the villagers that the forest were fast degrading. They decided to set up a system with rules for the conservation of wildlife in the forests. The village council of Luzophuhu set aside 500 hectares as a Village Reserved Forest and decided to stop using jhum cultivation on that area. They decided to set up commercial plantations instead to supplement the loss of their income due to not using jhum cultivation. The youths of the village further prompted the villagers to set aside 250 hectares for a Wildlife Sanctuary where plantations wouldn’t be allowed either. This has been good for the villagers but there is no official record of the benefits of this system. The villagers have also thought of tourism as a source of income in the future.