Half of Romania’s forests are private property

Romania currently has 6.9 million hectares of forest, 51% of which are private property, according to the National Forest Inventory.

In addition to forests, there are about 14 million hectares of farmland.

The report shows that there are about 830,000 forest owners and about 4 million farmland owners, reports local Agerpres. The forest sector has a 2% share in the GDP, whereas the agriculture and food industry have a 12% share.

Keep on reading this article at Romania Insider.


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