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Family forestry in Norway through the eyes of the “Forest queen” – Jannicke Modell Røhmen

 Organizing forest owners, especially women in Norway has had great influence in creating a sustainable forest industry. Local forest cooperatives have also led to closer and constructive communication with the government, resulting in positive development of the forest industry throughout the country.

New Family Forestry Faces

IFFA has published new stories of Family Forestry Faces at the Story / Issue section of the web-site

Sustainable forestry at home and abroad – Norwegian case

Forestry and forest based industry is important to Norway. Both Norwegian authorities, forest owners and the industry are committed to manage the forests sustainably. Forest owners, through their cooperatives, have taken the initiative to voluntary conservation, certification and sustainable management of the forests. 

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    A sustainable managed forest can have stable carbon stocks while at the same time providing energy, products and meet society’s needs.

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