What is Forest Management? And their Benefits

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Weak forests are vulnerable to wildfires leading to destruction of wildlife habitat, homes, recreational areas resulting in loss of life. Due to this reason, it is important that the forest remains in condition where many people are preferring to live near forest areas. As more and more people are starting to live near a forest area, forest managers are trying to manage the entire ecosystem to ensure wildlife habitat and forest health to remain in the best condition. In order to learn more about forest management, here are some of its benefits.

  1. To Bring Back Forests – Majority of forests in the early 1920s were ignored and abandoned. With modern times, forests are in demand where about 1.7 billion seedlings are being planted to boost tree plantation.
  2. To Improve the Water Quality – Watersheds are areas which are used for collecting water. Foresters are ensuring that such areas remain in prime condition in order to improve the quality of water quality helping us to drink. Moreover, soil, bacteria and trees also play their role in keeping the quality of water in the best possible condition.
  3. To Reduce Air Pollution – According to foresters, forests are also referred to as “gills of the planet” which helps in reducing air pollution. A single mature tree is known to absorb carbon dioxide in the region of 1.47tons approximately. Now you can imagine the more trees are matured, the more amount of carbon dioxide is absorbed helping the environment to remain in top condition along with help living organisms to breathe oxygen.

With these benefits, consider learning more about forest assessment.