The Pézarches forest is located in the eponymous commune, in the department of Seine-et-Marne, about sixty kilometres from Paris.
It's in the valley of the Yerres, a territory attached to the Briarde region, that the Pézarches forest stands. Not far from the exceptional forest of Crécy, in this small place, where one can find a magnificent 12th century Saint Nicolas church, nature seems to have regained its rights. Astonishing biodiversity can be found in the middle of its marshes: there are many Oaks of very good quality, as well as an abundance of other trees - to the great delight of the animal species that have made their home there.
Open to the public
PEFC Certification : Yes
Sustainable management document : Forestry Management Plan
Adoption of management documents : Mar 5, 2018
Management turnaround : Sep 4, 2017
Environment & localization : Les forêts de Pézarches sont bordées au nord par la rivière Ru de la Poix
Forests : Open to the public