Forests of Recognized Importance (FORI)

Forests of Recognized Importance

All forests hold some special value. Whether it’s a personal value as part of a family’s legacy, a cultural value as an historic site, or an environmental value as habitat for local wildlife, that value is worth protecting.

In some woods, many of these different values come together. Forests that have special, outstanding or critically important environmental, social, biodiversity and landscape value are known as Forests of Recognized Importance, and they require special care.

That care doesn’t have to involve a lot of effort or expense, however. The right information and a little planning can go a long way toward protecting these especially precious places. 

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