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.

Metsähallitus has published its annual report for 2017

The online annual report of Metsähallitus is a comprehensive review of our first operating year under the new Act on Metsähallitus and our environmentally and socially sustainable operations. A successful year paves the way for a more responsible future The year 2017 was a successful one: the performance target was exceeded and Metsähallitus also achieved the other targets set for it. The year 2017 also marked the centenary of Finland's independence and a large number of events was held...

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Farmland and Forest Fund of the Republic of Slovenia celebrated 25th anniversary of operating

On May 11, 2018, Farmland and Forest Fund of the Republic of Slovenia was celebrating 25 years of operating. The celebration was in Festival Hall in Ljubljana. On this event, Slovenian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, Mr. Dejan Židan and director of Farmland and Forest Fund of the Republic of Slovenia Irena Šinko had speech to the guests. Farmland and Forest Fund of the Republic of Slovenia was establish with purpose to manage and dispose with agriculture land, farms, forests and...

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2018 Forest Innovation Workshop: report and presentations now available!

he third edition of the Forest Innovation Workshop “Inform-Prioritize-Collaborate: Cooperation of Regions on Innovation in Forest Management, Use of Wood and Forest-related Services” took place on 28 April 2018 in Brussels. The event aimed at focusing on practical ideas and cases tackling forest-related challenges through innovation. The plenary session provided an overview on the European framework for innovation in forestry, while 4 break-out sessions were organised on the following top...

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Natural resources plan for Central and Northern Ostrobothnia promotes actions for the good of nature and man

The Metsähallitus natural resources plan for Central and Northern Ostrobothnia has been completed.  Key aspects highlighted in the plan are the responsible and sustainable use of natural resources, the vitality of regions as well as adapting and preparing for climate change. The planning approach involving extensive participation and based on creative cooperation is also unique when compared with the methods used by other European forestry administrations.  Facilitating economic activities...

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