Timely felling ensures that the forest yield remains good throughout the forest cycle. A well-managed forest offers the owner better value growth than an unmanaged forest.
Regeneration felling is worth considering if the owner benefits more from regenerating the forest than from letting it grow. After regeneration felling, the goal is to quickly establish a new stand. Thinning improves growing conditions by creating more space for the trees left in place, which is why trees in a thinned forest grow sturdy more quickly. The goal of continuous cover forestry is to ensure that the forest grows steadily without distinct regeneration stages.
The biodiversity of forest nature is taken into account in each felling method. What this means in practice is preserving the characteristics of valuable habitats, leaving retention trees and protective thickets in place, making high biodiversity stumps, leaving buffer zones around water bodies and retaining decaying and dead trees to secure habitats for protected species.
The choice of felling method also depends on the forest owner’s goals. We ensure that the forest is managed according to your wishes, and that your long-term plans as a forest owner are fulfilled. With us, you can choose to be the forest owner you want to be – true to your own wishes and goals!