Moldova launches National Forestry Consultancy Office
The Government of Moldova has launched a National Forestry Consultancy Office (NFCO) to provide necessary expertise and assistance (informational, technical, and financial) for improved forest management in the country.
Moldovan Forest Agency tests its first timber traceability system
Within the FLEG II Program in Moldova, on 10th of February 2015, a work meeting was held at Moldsilva Forestry Agency. The meeting aimed to present a wood traceability draft software application. The application is meant for wood traceability, a monitoring system from the standing timber till the end user.
New Partnerships to improve the Forestry Education in Moldova
On Tuesday, February 10, 2015, the Ecology College in Chișinău, Moldova and WWF-Danube Carpathian Programme (WWF-DCP) signed two important partnership documents, which support the development of forestry education in Moldova Republic. One partnership foresees the collaboration of the College with WWF- DCP, the other document represents the first international collaboration of the Moldovan school with the “Bucovina” Forestry Highschool from Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Romania.
“Discover Your Forests” Workshops Help Children in Moldova Connect with Forests
MOLDOVA—Through “Discover Your Forests” workshops this autumn, more than 100 children of 8 to 16 years from three orphanage schools in Moldova discovered the value and virtues of forests beyond just as sources of wood.
Hundreds Come out to Celebrate Moldova’s Eastern Beech Forest
UNGHENI DISTRICT, MOLDOVA – Hundreds of people came together from May 19-25 to celebrate Moldova’s Beech Forest Nature Reserve during the second annual “Beech Festival—Culture and Tourism” event. Attendees enjoyed food, arts, music, and educational events promoting the natural heritage and local culture and folklore of the local forest and the people who live there.
ENPI FLEG IUCN Moldova Journalists Trainer selected
IUCN has recently finalized the selection of the “ENPI FLEG IUCN Moldova Journalists Trainer”. Three organizations expressed their interest in the announced position – “Natura” Magazine, Public Association Ave-Natura and Moldovan Environmental and Eco Tourism Journalists Association (AJMTEM).
Second Phase of the Forest Law Enforcement and Governance Program Launched by Forest Practitioners
Minsk, October 2013 - The first Steering Committee Meeting for the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument (ENPI) East Countries Forest Law Enforcement and Governance Program Phase II Program (FLEG II), incorporating seven countries, took place in Minsk from October 1-3, 2013.