Tracing of felling areas

Tracing of felling areas is necessary if the forest is felled in the main or reconstructive felling, marking the boundaries of the next felling and preparing the territory for further forestry work. The boundary of the felling area must be clearly visible and marked in nature with paint, tape or string. The forest owner or legal possessor is responsible for ensuring that the marks are found in nature even after the felling has been completed and that the boundaries of the felling area match the sketch submitted to the State Forest Service.

 Accurately performed logging will help the forester to compare the felling area sketch with the situation in nature and expedite the receipt of the felling certificate.

 Tracing will mark precise boundaries in nature, delimiting the area to be felled from neighbouring plots

 Loggers will easily navigate in the felling area, only logging the composition of specific trees.

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