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A new UEF brochure

Sunday, September 24 , 2017 1499

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The UEF Presidency is happy to offer you a new brochure presenting all the functions of the forest all over Europe.

It also presents the Union of European Foresters in a short way.

A sustainable forest management provides every citizen in Europe a lot of benefits.

 

This new brochure can help you when you inform people about what forest provides.

 

You can download this brochure using this link: http://european-foresters.eu/docs/other_docs/UEF-Brosh%20last_21-07-17.pdf

 

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