Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) approach was conducted in the village “Jamak” (April 2009,) organized by, LBSNAA, Mossouriee which had experienced an earth quake in 1991 and a flood in 2002. In spite of big blows, reflects rebuilding and revival capacity. With 35-40 families came into light with a hole at its bottom (tunnel) and emergence of its paddy fields to Dam Project. Aim was to assess efforts and environmental dimensions with PLA. Need assessment and report building with open questions was conducted. Preferences and gradation of the weightages for amenities were observed, constraints were there; support system was lacking. Irrigation is being done but a pipe line may become a lifeline for producing 2 K. Watt electricity, water mill, agriculture and lastly as waterfall for eco-tourism. Production of crops and shops are proposed with organic manure and farming. Minor forest produce can be utilized for households. The Intellectual Property Right, bio-gas, wheel carrier for dung distribution, youth and adolescent’s training in rescue and relief and establishing latrine and self help groups are development alternatives. Man and animal conflicts can be resolved.