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This paper describes the tourism and non-wood forest products in the Yalova Model Forest in Turkey. This is an example of sustainable forest management that focus on recreational activities and non-wood forest products such as nuts, mushrooms and honey.

Author(s)
Özdemİr, M.; Valbuena, P.; Segur, M.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy
Citation
Unasylva (English ed.), 2014, 65, 242, pp 45-48
Abstract

Mountain villages in South Korea display social, cultural, and economic severe environments due to unfavorable geographical conditions. However, mountain village development and promotion projects have been implemented by the Korean government since 1995, because these villages have played...

Author(s)
Kang HagMo; Choi SooIm; Sato, N.; Kim Hyun
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture Publications, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
Citation
Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University, 2017, 62, 1, pp 225-235
Abstract

This COFORD (National Council for Forest Research and Development) publication is the first comprehensive treatment of non-wood forest products in Ireland. It reports on a COFORD-funded project that had a strong focus on the markets and potential markets for these products. The market requirements, ...

Author(s)
Collier, P.; Short, I.; Dorgan, J.
Publisher
National Council for Forest Research and Development (COFORD), Dublin, Irish Republic
Citation
Markets for non-wood forest products, 2004, pp x + 84 pp.

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