TALLINN - The area of strictly protected forests in Estonia totals 300,220 hectares, accounting for 29.9 percent of state-administrated forests, according to the State Forest Management Center (RMK).
According to data from January this year, RMK administrates a total area of 1,029,902 hectares of forests, 300,220 hectares, or 29.2 percent, of which is under strict protection. Economic constraints have been imposed on 73,419 hectares of forests, or 7.1 percent, and the area of commercial forest was 656,263 hectares, or 63.7 percent of the total for...
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