GUIDE TO THE APPLICATION OF THE REGULATION RESPECTING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF FORESTS IN THE DOMAIN OF THE STATE

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Chapter V – Roads, sandpits and forest infrastructures Division VI – Piling areas, forest camps and facilities used to operate a sugar bush §2. Forest camps

Section 129

The area of a forest camp must be cleaned at the end of its use by removing all the installations, equipment, debris and waste found there. The organic matter piled must also be spread over the area. The site must be left in conditions conducive to the rapid establishment of the natural regeneration.

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Objectives

  • To promote natural regeneration
  • To ensure that forest production is resumed on the site
  • To avoid contaminating the forest
  • To reduce loss of productive forest areas

Additional information

The site must be left in a condition conducive to the rapid establishment of natural regeneration. Consequently, in some cases, the soil must be refurbished by the addition of organic matter and topsoil.
Restoration of the area of a forest camp after use
Figure 129 Restoration of the area of a forest camp after use