What is a forest management plan?
- Forest management plan is a forest inventory description, indicating species composition, age, height, stocks and other inventory features of the trees.
- Forest management plan provides the owner with a thorough overview of the state of the land and the forest growing on it. Forest management plan also lists the damage that was seen in the forest at the time of the inventory.
- The plan provides recommendations on what to do with the forest for the next 10 years to benefit from it and, at the same time, behave in an environmentally conscious way.
Who makes the forest management plan?
- Forest management plan is drafted by an estimator. Only the estimator who has an appropriate professional certificate can make the plan.
- Register of forest companies with the corresponding activity permit
- In his work, he uses topographic material and instruments for forest inventory (altimeter, bush drill, talmeter, relascope, etc.)
Should I have a forest management plan?
- If the landowner is a private individual, according to the legislation he must have a forest management plan, if his forest land is over 5 hectares and he plans to undertake logging.
- A legal entity must have a forest management plan in case it owns a forest area exceeding 2 hectares
Why order a forest management plan?
- A forest management plan will give you a clear idea of what is growing on your forest land, what its value is and how to use it wisely.
- Based on the latest inventory data, it is possible to draw up the best economic plan corresponding to your very land.
- It is necessary to be aware of the state of your property, and the best way to do this is to have an appropriate forest management plan.
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