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The formulation and execution of forest management and management plans ensures the conservation of ecological heritage, with a sustainable use of natural resources associated with forests. Obtaining information on the ground is essential to be able to establish appropriate forest planning and management, including not only biological, hydrogeological, soil and topographic data, but also socioeconomic, sociological and cultural ones.


These plans contemplate not only actions for the conservation of forest ecosystems, but also include strategies and models to make an adequate use of forest resources, whether timber or non-timber, without causing degradation of the environment. This can allow a sustainable production of raw materials and forest products, maintaining the diversity and health of forests and the multiple services and environmental benefits they offer and ensure greater stability of ecosystems.

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