Swedish Forest Agency: Notified final felling areas increased by 13% in November

Posted December 14, 2017
Notified area of final felling increased mainly in Central Sweden (Svealand) and Southern Sweden (Götaland) regions, as the Swedish Forest Agency said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.

The notified area of final felling rose by 13%, or 3,437 hectares in November, compared with the corresponding month last year. On the regional level, notified area of final felling increased in all regions. Northern Norrland (Norra Norrland) +6 %, Southern Norrland (Södra Norrland) +3 %, Central Sweden (Svealand) +25 % and Southern Sweden (Götaland) + 23 %.

In total, 29,187 hectares were notified area of final felling in November, which is a decrease of 10% compared to October this year.
On the county level, notified area of final felling increased in 16 of 21 counties.

When comparing 2017 and 2016 it has so far, this year 8% more notified area of final felling in the first eleven months.



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