Goals and objectives
The National Forestry Agency is authorized to manage almost two million hectares of forest in the country. The main objectives of the agency are to look after the forest and carry out reforestation activities, as well as use components of biological diversity on the territory of the Georgian Forest Fund sustainably.
To achieve the above goals the main objectives of the National Forestry Agency are:
Sustainable management of the forest fund - the preservation of its useful features to maximize their benefits to society;
Carry out measures for forest maintenance, restoration and forest renewal;
Plan multipurpose, efficient and sustainable forest management;
Carrying out forest inventory;
Control of Forest fund.