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Let's celebrate the forest!

Forests are important. We need to take good care of them.

Ploërdut Forest, France

Why do we celebrate the forest in March?

Why do we celebrate the forest in March?

Every March 21 since 2013, we've celebrated the International Day of Forests . This initiative was established on November 28, 2012 by the United Nations General Assembly.

International Day of Forest aims to raise public awareness of the forest and, more generally, of climate change. In this important month dedicated to the forest, we want to highlight the importance of the forest to our planet, our wildlife and our well-being.
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Get involved in the forest

An e-learning course is included in the purchase of a Grand East or Grand West pack. A great opportunity to learn more about the forest!

244Arbre11220%FRhttps://bocdn.ecotree.green/essence/0001/03/29975171525cffa6ac400a830e26cf86373eb387.jpegSessile OakAge: 25 to 30 years old Luthenay Forest 58https://ecotree.green/en/offers/forest/luthenay-foresthttps://ecotree.green/en/offers/58-nievre/luthenay-forest/sessile-oak/244
Sessile Oak DKK 112
Age: 25 to 30 years old
Luthenay Forest
Nièvre, Burgundy, France
143Arbre22420%FRhttps://bocdn.ecotree.green/essence/0001/03/6b634523a786443f9762049676f9cce241b5a8f1.jpegNorway MapleAge: 40 to 45 years old Pleyben Forest 29https://ecotree.green/en/offers/forest/playben-foresthttps://ecotree.green/en/offers/29-finistere/playben-forest/norway-maple/143
Norway Maple DKK 224
Age: 40 to 45 years old
Pleyben Forest
Finistère, Brittany, France
53Arbre21620%FRhttps://bocdn.ecotree.green/essence/0001/03/29975171525cffa6ac400a830e26cf86373eb387.jpegSessile OakAge: 55 to 60 years old Ruillé Forest 72https://ecotree.green/en/offers/forest/ruille-foresthttps://ecotree.green/en/offers/72-sarthe/ruille-forest/sessile-oak/53
Sessile Oak DKK 216
Age: 55 to 60 years old
Ruillé Forest
Sarthe, Pays de la Loire, France
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How forest management works

Our experts work daily on maintaining of our forests. At EcoTree, we work with carefully selected local partners. They are located as close as possible to our forests in order to ensure regular monitoring and to intervene easily and quickly. Learn more about them here!

Sustainable forest management

Sustainable forest management

The goal of sustainable management is to recover the economic, environmental and social aspects of forests. Sustainable forest management ensures the biological diversity, productivity, regeneration and vitality of forests to support economic, ecological and social functions without causing damage to other ecosystems.
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