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ROSEWOOD Best Practice of the Month - Forest Sharing

Creating an online platform for players in the forest sector and enable forest owners having inherited woodland to manage it sustainably - that is the goal and scope of Forest Sharing.

Forest Sharing is an innovative platform that is still in progress by the start-up Bluebiloba’s Team. The greatest objective is to support respectively take over the management of abandoned woodlands or simply uncultivated forests, which were inherited by owners not able to implement silvicultural measures themselves. The platform is created for all players that are part of the sector, thus simplifying for them to get in contact with each other.

First public tests have already shown that forest owners are interested in the possibility to join the platform. The test also proves that there is a big interest in a "Forst Sharing" system that manages inherited forest plots.

To find out more about “Forest Sharing”, have a look the ROSEWOOD Best Practice factsheet or browse the start-up's website http://forestsharing.com/ (in Italian).

How does this innovation contribute to sustainable wood mobilization?

Forest sharing provides in a unique and very helpful way assistance for forest owners that have unmanaged forest heritage. They can not only connect with all actors in forest sectors via the platform, but also get an idea how their property can be put to use. Eventually, this leads to environmental and economic benefits by increasing the use of forest heritage.

ROSEWOOD Best Practice of the Month - Forest Sharing

Creating an online platform for players in the forest sector and enable forest owners having inherited woodland to manage it sustainably - that is the goal and scope of Forest Sharing.

Forest Sharing is an innovative platform that is still in progress by the start-up Bluebiloba’s Team. The greatest objective is to support respectively take over the management of abandoned woodlands or simply uncultivated forests, which were inherited by owners not able to implement silvicultural measures themselves. The platform is created for all players that are part of the sector, thus simplifying for them to get in contact with each other.

First public tests have already shown that forest owners are interested in the possibility to join the platform. The test also proves that there is a big interest in a "Forst Sharing" system that manages inherited forest plots.

To find out more about “Forest Sharing”, have a look the ROSEWOOD Best Practice factsheet or browse the start-up's website http://forestsharing.com/ (in Italian).

How does this innovation contribute to sustainable wood mobilization?

Forest sharing provides in a unique and very helpful way assistance for forest owners that have unmanaged forest heritage. They can not only connect with all actors in forest sectors via the platform, but also get an idea how their property can be put to use. Eventually, this leads to environmental and economic benefits by increasing the use of forest heritage.