Best Practice & Innovation – Forest Area Aggregation (Portugal)

ROSEWOOD4.0 presents in this video a new example of an innovative best practice for forest owners in Portugal. 

ROSEWOOD4.0 presents in this video an initiative coming from Portugal and promoted by the Baixo Vouga Forestry Association that aims to facilitate the forest management of small forest properties that tend to be abandoned by their owners and pose a risk for the spread of catastrophic forest fires.

The innovative Forest Area Aggregation model offers small forest estate owners a way to achieve large-scale efficiencies in forestry operations, improve forest productivity, obtain technical assistance and protect areas of natural interest that are increasingly at risk due to climate change.

For more information on this best practice and innovation, please contact the Baixo Vouga Forestry Association: