The European State Forest Association

The European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) represents state forest companies, enterprises and agencies that have sustainable forest management (SFM) and sustainable wood production as major concerns.

The Association currently has 36 members in 25 European countries.

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#FORESTBIODIVERSITY – A NEW PLATFORM TO SHOW HOW SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT SUPPORTS BIODIVERSITY PRESERVATION

 

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Best Wishes of a Warm Holiday Season and a Happy New Year 2022!

🎄 @EUSTAFOR wishes you a joyful Holiday Season and a very Happy New Year! 🎅 🥳 Let’s enjoy the beautiful #stateforests #StateForestsEU so we can start the year feeling refreshed! 🎉 ...

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Call on topics for biodiversity in Horizon Europe Work Programme 2022

The first Work Programme (2021-2022) of Horizon Europe, the EU’s key funding programme for research and innovation, has now entered into the 2nd year, with calls open till February 15th, 2022.   Cluster 6 (Food, bioeconomy, natural resources, agriculture and environment) includes many R&I funding opportunities in the area of Biodiversity and Nature-based Solutions (NBS). In particular, Destination “Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services”, includes over 10 topics covering research on b...

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Council Conclusions on new EU Forest Strategy for 2030

On 15 November 2021, the EU Agriculture Ministers adopted the Conclusions on the new EU Forest Strategy for 2030 during the Agriculture and Fisheries Meeting. In the Conclusions, the Council “regrets that the new EU Forest Strategy was not developed together with the Member States and stakeholders.” They emphasize the key role of forest owners and forest managers in delivering on the Strategy’s objectives and encourage full involvement of the relevant stakeholders, including forest owne...

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Member States express significant concerns and request for clarifications of the new EU Forest Strategy for 2030

  Brussels, 15 November 2021 JOINT PRESS RELEASE European forest owners and managers welcome the Council Conclusions adopted today on the EU Forest Strategy for 2030 and fully share the concerns expressed by the Members States. These Conclusions make important requests to the European Commission with regards to actions proposed in the Strategy and a clear call to truly involve and listen to Member States and those who take care of our forests on a daily basis. In line with the...

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