Woodlands occupy over 18 million hectares (Mha) in Spain, the country with the third largest forest area in the European Union. However, only 34% of forest growth is harvested. In addition, there are 9 Mha of scrublands and pastures, which presents a huge opportunity for increasing these assets through productive investment in plantations.
The enhancement of the value of the forests through its sustained and sustainable exploitation (timber and wood, mushrooms, resin, pine nuts, chestnuts and truffles) contributes to its conservation and improvement.
Tree marking and timber valuation
Harvesting and commercialisation
Coordinator for Madrid, Ávila and Salamanca.
Tel. 913 540 213
Fax. 913 540 213
Coordinator for Community of Valencia and Teruel.
44410 Mosqueruela (Teruel)
Pedro Pablo Ranz
Coordinator for the Canary Islands.
Tel. 922 281 720
Nieves Rábanos Martín
Coordinator for Burgos.
Tel. 647 461 442
Coordinator for Cantabria, Palencia, Valladolid, León and Zamora.
Avda. Reyes Católicos 6, 34100 Saldaña, Palencia, Castilla y León.
Tel. 663 882 249