|Name:||Uganda Forest Stewardship Standard_April 2014|
Uganda has a long history of forestry management, with the first forestry policy developed in 1929. By 1960's the country was renowned for its good forestry practices in Africa, with established management standards for both natural forests and plantations based on researched information of the time. The political upheavals of 1970's through to the 1990's, led to the collapse in the management of the forest resources. The established management standards were forgotten, and in practice the focus was on unsustainable harvesting of the natural forests and plantations. The increasing population......
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|Created On:||07/26/2014 20:51|
|Last updated on:||07/26/2014 20:59|