Welcome to EUSTAFOR’S Website!

The European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) represents state forest companies, enterprises and agencies that have sustainable forest management and sustainable wood production as major concerns. The Association currently has 30 members in 22 European countries.

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A Better Life in Rural Areas

A run-up for the future EU Agriculture and Rural Development policy started in Cork The European Conference on Rural Development “Cork2.0” took place on 5-6 September 2016 in Cork, Ireland upon the invitation by Phil Hogan, EU Commissioner on Agriculture and Rural Development. The conference took place exactly 20 years after the groundbreaking European Conference on Rural Development in Cork, which concluded with the signing of the Cork Declaration on Rural Development. The Conference a...

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Well-known Estonian Painters Cleaning Up the World

Let’s Do It! World in co-operation with Haus Gallery opened an exhibition and an international auction today, where 35 well-known Estonian painters contributed their works to raise money for a world-wide clean-up day in 2018.  The profits of the exhibition-auction, opened today at the State Forest Management Centre (RMK) will be donated to a worldwide clean-up day organised by Let’s Do It! World and held on the 8th of September 2018. On that day, 150 countries will be participating and c...

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EUSTAFOR's Policy and Communications Advisor Appointed!

Salvatore Martire has been appointed as EUSTAFOR's new Policy and Communications Advisor. Dr. Martire has a background in Environmental Engineering and he holds a PhD in Environmental Science. He gained wide expertise in the field of sustainability and the bioeconomy with a focus on forestry and the forest-based sector, working as a researcher in Italy, France and Finland. In addition, he has gained experience with European policies and decision-making...

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Lasy Państwowe available in English now

The Polish State Forests 'Lasy Państwowe' have launched their website in English. Please visit this link and learn more about the Polish State Forests' resources, organisational structure as well as about experiences they gained and challenges they face in the every day management of their forests....

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