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Sport district of Görlitz builds its forest around

12:00  01 december  2022
12:00  01 december  2022 Source:   saechsische.de

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, especially in the north, the circle has forest areas. Oaks should loosen up the pure pine stock there in the future.

Holzeinschlag im Norden des Kreises Görlitz: Der Landkreis ist mit 516 Hektar nicht der größte Waldbesitzer. © Archiv © Archive Wood strike in the north of the district of Görlitz: The district is not the largest forest owner with 516 hectares. © Archive

The district of Görlitz converts its forest. Instead of pure pine stocks, there should be more mixed forest with oaks in the future. This emerges from economic planning for the district's own forest areas 2023 and 2024. According to this, 2.3 hectares will be rebuilt in this way, three hectares the following year.

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The district of Görlitz is owner of 516 hectares, especially in the north of the district. For comparison: With 4,300 hectares of forest, the city of Zittau is one of the largest forest owners in the Free State. Löbau is the owner of 1,800 hectares.

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In the next two years, the district forestry office will be based on the plans of the 2017 to 2026 forest stone direction. That means 1,924 solid wood will be beaten in the coming year, in 2024 then 2,176 festival meters. Corresponding funding applications are made for forest conversion. Taking into account the funding, a profit of 42,939 euros is to be achieved in 2023, the following year from a plenty of 44,000 euros. The personnel costs of around 2,000 working hours for forest workers are not taken into account in the financial plan.

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Because of the bark beetle plague and the development of the wooden price, there is less wood strike, according to Department Thomas Rublack now in the technical committee of the district council . However, he hoped that the situation would change again.

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