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The Future of Forestry is an initiative taken by FAM. This is a platform for conversation, knowledge sharing and collaboration in forest-related questions, with regards to FAM’s interest in the forest and forestry. The protection and development of the forest’s biological diversity is a key issue for the present and future forest industry – and a prerequisite for forest raw materials to continue to play a crucial role in replacing fossil raw materials in society.

Feel free to contact us at if you want to be part of the conversation about Sweden’s perhaps most important resource!

FAM’s forest involvement

Kopparfors Skogar is owned by FAM, and has in its holding 283,000 hectares of forest, that the company also manages. FAM is also the second largest owner of Stora Enso, a company active along the entire value chain, from forest to finished products with a total forest holding in Sweden of 1.4 million hectares, of which 1.15 million is productive forest land. All holdings are certified according to PEFC and FSC.

Håkan Buskhe, CEO of FAM, talks about his relationship with the forest, about why forestry issues are important to FAM and Sweden, and why FAM has started the project Future of Forestry.


Private forest owners bring diversity to the forest

There are close to 320 000 private forest owners in Sweden, and together they own about half of the productive forest land. For these 320 000 private forest owners, the forest is an important part of their everyday life – it’s where they live, take walks, pick mushrooms, and hunt – all…
Jana Lundin
november 14, 2022

Environmental care in Swedish forestry

In Sweden, the current Forestry Act was adopted in 1993, changing the conditions of how forestry is conducted. A monumental change was the fact that environmental care and production goals became equally prioritized, an important decision that strengthened environmental practices in forestry. The new Forestry Act also gave forest owners…
augusti 31, 2022

Forest fertilization a better climate measure than permanent offsets

Research from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency shows that forest fertilization has bigger climate benefits than permanent protection of forests. The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency was commissioned by the Swedish government to analyze and present proposals for political instruments to increase the uptake of carbon dioxide in the forest. Peichen…
juli 1, 2022