An approach that helps various stakeholders recognize the impact of their activities on the land base and develop a shared understanding of sustainable forest management.
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A measure of strength of wood or lumber in tension and compression.
The amount of water contained in wood expressed as a percentage of the weight of oven dry wood.
An instrument used to measure the amount of water in wood.
Forest stand found principally on high elevations and very rough mountainous regions characterized by steep ridges. The trees are mostly dwarf with stem and branches usually covered by epiphytes (moss) and dominated by Podocarpaceae, Myrtaceae, and Fagaceae.
A wood strip having a curved or projecting surface, used for decorative purposes.
A portion of the protected areas where settlement, traditional or sustainable land use , including agriculture, agroforestry, extraction activities and other income generating or livelihood activities, may be allowed as prescribed in the management plan.