The FINANCIAL -- Experts from the EU-funded Forest Law Enforcement and Governance Programme (FLEG II) have developed recommendations on testing European methods of growing pine and oak in Ukraine.
The main goal is to foster discussion and revision of current methods of managing tree plantations, using both the achievements of local silviculture, and the experience of other countries, including those of the European Union.
The recommendations will be used for developing and introducing a new course on best European forestry practices for professional trainings, colleges and universities.
The €9 million ENPI FLEG II programme deepens reforms in forestry policy, and legal and administrative matters in the sector while carrying out pilot projects, and addressing forest fire and climate issues. It builds upon the achievements of its predecessor, ENPI FLEG I programme.