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Established in 1924,the State Forests National Forest Holding of Poland manages more than 75 per cent of the country’s forests. The holding plays a major role in ensuring the sustainable management of forests while raising public awareness of environmental concerns and the need for ecological conservation.

Most of the forests situated in Poland’s ten biosphere reserves are managed by the holding. It is the largest institution of its kind in Europe and it has a major influence on how important forestry resources are managed sustainably for multiple benefits taking into account ecological, socio-cultural and economic aspects.

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