Spiritual forests and forest kindergartens

This factsheet explores how managing forests to be used as spiritual forests and forest kindergartens could benefit both the forest and the forest owner. The core impact of the case study is to raise awareness of the importance of cultural ecosystem services and to motivate forest actors to manage forests appropriately.

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Contribution detail info

Published on
31/01/2024
Location
  • Switzerland
Creators
  • Andreas Bernasconi
Purpose
  • Dissemination
File type
Document
File size
365.05 kB
Related links
SINCERE
Origin language
English

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