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Forest planning

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Planning is the process of producing information for decision making. Planning is necessary in forestry in particular due to the long rotations (maturing time of trees). Forest planning occurs usually at many levels in forestry: forest holding level (of the private forest owner) is the basic level, but different organisations such as state forestry agency may have several spatial levels and different planning horizons. Regional or landscape level planning may occur in many countries. All plans are important forest policy instruments but of course, for national forest policy the national level planning deserves special attention.

Until recently, the primary emphasis in forestry sector planning was on assessing forest timber resources and formulating strategies, primarily in relation to forest industries. Nowadays, its scope has expanded needs for environmental issues (incl. habitat protection, wildlife), reforestation, contributions of forests to sources of energy, and building the capacity of national forestry administrations.


13 records found in EUROFOREST Portal

  1. CEE forestry programme - FAO/government cooperative programme
  2. CFT - Chartes forestières de territoire
    • Territorial Forest Charters
  3. COST Action FP1201. Forest Land Ownership Changes in Europe: Significance for Management And Policy (FACESMAP)
  4. COST Action FP1204. Green Infrastructure approach: linking environmental with social aspects in studying and managing urban forests - GreenInUrbs
  5. Gestió Forestal
    • Forest Management [Catalonia]
  6. International Journal of Forest Engineering
  7. Lesy Slovenskej Republiky
    • Forests of the Slovak Republic
  8. Mediterranean Forest Externalities (MEDFOREX)
  9. Metsäkeskus
    • Forestry Centres - The Finnish Regional Forestry Network
  10. nébih - Nemzeti Élelmiszerlánc-biztonsági Hivatal
    • National Food Chain Safety Office [Hungary]
  11. Prevista
  12. Research network: Methods and processes of decision making in forestry
  13. SIMO - Adaptive simulation and optimization