Soil degradation Risk Workshop: Practical Guidance for Developing Plans to Manage Soil Degradation Risk in Forestry

PLASENCIA, Cáceres, Spain

28th June 2017


Transnational training workshops aim to exchange know-how about forest risk management between partners and associated partners of the PLURIFOR project.

This soil degradation workshop for the development of plans to manage soil degradation risk intends to gather practical advice and examples to assist PLURIFOR partners in planning and writing the plan itself.

Experts will present real examples on how to proceed at every stage of the plan (prevention, early warning, management of the crisis and rehabilitation). This will provide PLURIFOR partners with the required step-by-step expertise to develop a soil degradation risk management plan.

Furthermore, these experts will be invited to engage with the PLURIFOR partners in the review process of the risk management plans that are produced, thus ensuring a feasible and sound end product, the main output of PLURIFOR.

If you are a forest policy maker, a forest service agent, a forest practitioner or a forest owners associations agent, you are welcome to attend this workshop in order to learn from practical cases covering all steps of a soil degradation risk management plan. You will also be able to exchange your concerns and expectations on soil degradations with experts and with PLURIFOR partners.

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Planned Exchange of Experts (EoE Forest) and FRISK related activities

March 2017: Trans-border training workshop of vegetation fire management, fire effects and determining cause and origin of wildfires. This workshop will train and empower fire managers as well as fire fighters to understand fire better. Location UK-IRL, resource persons and specialists from Germany, South Wales and Catalonia will deliver input.

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