|Forest Land Grazing Lease Agreement||
A long-term privilege granted by the state to a person to occupy and possess in consideration of a specified rentals and regulation, any forest land of the public domain found suited for grazing purposes, in order to undertake any authorized activity.
|Forest Land Grazing Management Agreement|
The process of planning and implementing practices for stewardship and use of forest land aimed at fulfilling relevant ecological, economic, and social function of the forest in a sustainable manner.
|forest management unit||
A clearly defined forest area, managed under a set of objectives and according to a long-term management plan.
A person actually and directly occupying or cultivating forest land including civil, military and other forest reservations.
The rate at which biomass is produced per unit area by any class of organisms or the relative capacity of an area to sustain a supply of goods or services in the long run.
Goods and services derived from the forest such as but not limited to timber, lumber, veneer, plywood, fiberboard, pulpwood, firewood, bark, tree top, resin gum, wood oil, honey, beeswax, nipa, rattan or other forest growth such as grass, shrub and flowering plant, the associated water, fish, game, scenic, historical, and educational.
The technical aspect of controlling stock, harvest growth, and yields to meet a certain management objective.
Forest land which has been reserved by the President of the Philippines for any specific purpose or purposes.
Land of the public domain which has been a subject of the present system of classification and declared to be needed for forest purposes.
Includes soil and all elements found on it, above and below the ground in an area classified as forest land.
|forest resources management|