Annual contest “Every Year is Forest Year 2016” has helped make forestry sector more transparent, and improved public understanding of forestry problems and solutions.
FLEG II team supported the organization of the Beech Festival and was awarded for its collaboration
Top managers and leading experts of biggest timber companies of Arkhangelsk region: JSC "Arkhangelsk pulp & paper mill, LLC “Pinezhyeles”, LLC Industrial commercial enterprise “TITAN”, LLC “Severnaya LOS” met with FLEG II in Arkhangelsk, Russia.
FLEG II experts presented the Program’s achievements in Bezhanitsky District, Russia
FLEG II Program held a round table in Kyiv, devoted to the improvement of the legal liability for infringement of the forest legislation.
The main objective of the event is to demonstrate the EU-funded programs to a wider public, share experience through information and visibility materials, interact with a wide audience on the matters of sustainable forest management, improved forest governance and a number of other related topics through questions and answers and brief presentations.
Study tour produced proposals to improve the current forestry-oriented vocational education in Azerbaijan
“The most exciting learning experience” – this is how Azerbaijani teachers described their study tour to Pushkino Forestry-Technical School, greater Moscow area.
Students and teachers from the Ecology College of Chisinau, Moldova, took part in an intensive training on sustainable forestry and management practices delivered within Forest Law Enforcement and Governance (FLEG) II Program. The training is part of a longer collaboration with the Ecology College and aims to support the next generation of forestry experts in Moldova to have a sustainable, long-term approach on managing and preserving the country’s forests.
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“The current state of the forestry sector in Georgia and future perspectives” – article by Ilia Osepashvili, Senior Forest Officer of WWF in the Caucasus and FLEG II Program Coordinator featured in Woodland Heritage magazine, 2016. Woodland Heritage is a Registered Charity, operating in the United Kingdom. Their purpose is: “To maximize the economic and environmental value of trees and to promote wood as a renewable natural resource”. The patron of Woodland Heritage is His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales