Our goal is to manage our forests sustainably by not damaging soil, air quality or water while preserving a rich flora and fauna.
To achieve this goal, we must adapt our methods to the varied characteristics of our forests, and preserve and create new habitats for species that are endangered.
Our overall nature conservation goals are:
- to maintain essential ecological processes and vital systems, such as the circulation of fresh water and the soil’s production capacity
- to preserve genetic variation
- to secure sustainable and long-term utilization of species and ecosystems.