“Innovation and forest regeneration”
Scandic Silkeborg, 19-20 September 2017
New ideas for the use of wood and new challenges for traditional forms of operation open up for reflection on renewal in forest cultivation. During the conference, new initiatives in the field of forest regeneration will be taken into account and their implementation in practice will be considered. Furthermore, there are reports of recent research results that may change tomorrow’s forestry.
NordGen Forest and Nordic Forest Research (SNS) in collaboration with Danish Nurseries and the Danish Nature Agency
Program for the conference
The conference excursion is sponsored by HedeDanmark.
Please register for the conference by 15 August 2017: Registration
There is no conference fee, and lunch is included both days. The organisers will invite you for a conference dinner on 19 September at Scandic Silkeborg.
Accommodation can be booked directly at Scandic Silkeborg, Udgaardsvej 2, DK-8600 at email@example.com Until 19 August there is a special price in connection with the NordGen Forest conference, Bookingcode: 747NAT190917. More info about the hotel: Hotel webpage
How to get there?
Silkeborg is situated in the middle of Jutland.
If you arrive by plane to Copenhagen (CPH) or Billund airport (BLL), public transport to Silkeborg station is available. It takes approximately 3½ hour from Copenhagen and 1½ hour from Billund depending on the time of day. At rejseplanen.dk time schedules for bus and train can be found (English version is available).The distance from Silkeborg Station to Scandic Silkeborg is 3 km and taxi is recommended
See you in Denmark in September 2017!
Kjersti Bakkebø Fjellstad
For the Danish organisers:
Gunnar Friis Proschowsky and
NordGen Forest is a Nordic forum under NordGen and the Nordic Council of Ministers. The mandate of NordGen Forest is to address conservation and sustainable use of forest genetic resources.
Nordic Forest Research (SNS) is a cooperating body financed with Nordic funds under the auspices of the Nordic Council of Ministers. The overall purpose of SNS is to promote research that highlights the diverse functions of the forests in sustainable forestry, as well as to advise the Nordic Council of Ministers on questions concerning forests and forest research.
Danish Nature Agency