The State Forest Management Center (RMK) traditionally suspends logging work in order to prevent damage to the forest soil that has softened after the melting of the snow and not to disturb birds and animals during their nesting season. The focus is on afforestation and reforestation maintenance.
“This year we plan to keep the felling peace for two weeks longer than usual, for a total of two and a half months. In previous years, however, we have also carried out sanitary felling from April to June, but this year we will also give them up to reduce disturbance, ”Tavo Uuetalu, Member of the Management Board, described RMK’s plans.
“We have also planned the deforestation of nationally important infrastructure objects ordered from RMK outside the felling period,” he added.
Traps harvested before 15 April in May-June will be removed from the sites where the spruce bark beetles have been cut down to be cut down in May-June – this work cannot be done at other times, as the woodpecker populates the trees in spring and summer.
Timber deliveries have been planned by RMK in such a way that the contracts are fulfilled and the customers do not lose the ordered goods due to the peace of mind.
RMK has been holding a felling truce every spring for the twentieth year this year.
Source: Lääne Elu by online.le.ee.
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