EU-funded FLEG II Program has completed. Thank you for being with us and working with us. Our website with all the reports, studies, articles and contact information will remain available till 2026. Let's stay in touch!
The FLEG II Program aimed to improve forest law enforcement and governance in 7 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine. FLEG II brought together governments, forest practitioners and managers, forest business, non-timber business, NGOs, educators, and forest-dependent rural communities.
In Armenia and Georgia, FLEG II is also supported by the Austrian Development Agency (ADA) with funds of Austrian Development Cooperation. These activities are still running.
Learn how FLEG impacted lives from seven 5-minute video stories on our Youtube channel (English subtitles available).
The common English Oak (Quercus robur) can support hundreds of species, including 284 species of insect and 324 taxa of lichens living directly on the tree. These in turn provide food for numerous birds and small mammals. The acorns of oak trees (which don't usually appear until the tree is around 40 years old) are food for dozens of species, including wild boar, pigeons, pheasants, ducks, squirrels, mice, badgers, and deer.