France has got a great diversity of landscapes and just as many types of forests. Natural deciduous and coniferous forests in the low mountain areas and lowlands, Mediterranean and Alpine forest areas, and plantation forests testify to a distinctive forestry culture. The wooded area is increasing annually by around 1%. The annual volume increase in the French forests is 90.5 million m3. This provides Western Europe with the basis for a sustainable supply of timber as a renewable raw material.
16.5 million hectares = 25%
60.9 million m3
Fransylva is the French Federation of forest owners. It represents and defends forest owners and private forests with the French and European governments, partners in the forestry and wood sector and non-governmental organizations involved in the forestry and wood sector.
Fransylva informs forest owners about political, legal and economic issues so that they can manage their forest in a sustainable way.
Fransylva is comprised of 15 regional structures, 73 departmental or interdepartmental trade unions, 45,000 members and 2 million hectares (1/5th of the area of private forests). Departmental unions promote foresters' activity. They represent them before local public authorities and relay the Federation's actions.
President: Antoine d’Amécourt
Secretary general: Laurent de Bertier
Mail contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fransylva (Forestiers Privés de France)
6, rue de la Tremoïlle
F-75008 Paris, France
Tel number: +33 147 203 632
For more information about the Forêt privée francaise, please see their presentation below.
Pour plus d'informations sur la Forêt privée française, s'il vous plaît voir leur présentation.