Forest Management Plan (FMP) was prepared as a general guide to the sustainable management, development and conservation of tropical forest resources are not finite value within the Permanent Forest Reserve (HSK) found in the state of, based on management principles sustainable forest (SFM) and cover during the last 10 years from 2006 to 2015. The entire HSK in the state of covering an area of ??153.459 ha and is managed by the NSW Forestry Department since more than 100 years ago.
FMP comprehensive list instructions and an action plan to be followed and implemented by JPNS in an effort to manage the forest stand for a period of about 30 years ahead in order to ensure continuity and development of the forestry sector during the period of time in question, and the years next. This FMP also contains a list of directions relating to the measures proposed for the face and reduce the negative consequences of the implementation of forestry activities (ie SFM) on biodiversity, the environment and other components of the ecosystem components.
This FMP contains the following features:
- The concept of forest zoning by function in any group activities and use a different key to be carried out in the forest area has been zoned.
- The concept of Forest High CONSERVATION VALUE (HCVF), which covers aspects of planning, development in the future, research and development, formal assessment, monitoring and documentation.
- Management policies and the protection of Full Protection Area (Totally Protected Areas (TPAs) that have been identified and designated.
- Standards and guidelines for erosion control, reduction of forest damage and other mechanical disturbances during the construction of forest roads and infrastructure, exploitation, conservation of water resources, soil and biodiversity, and mitigation measures that are relevant in order to minimize the negative impacts of operations concerned.
RPH is also taking into account the following matters pertaining to the management of Forest Production SFM for timber production of raw materials:
- There is a lack of data on growth and production (G & Y) and stands of trees remaining from permanent sample plots for use as a basis to calculate the annual allowable cut (AAC) and to support management decisions and silviculture.
- Preliminary studies indicated that the residual stand in HSK in Punjab have a much higher stocking, ie overcome the residual stand stocking minimum standards set out under the SMS. This gives hope for the potential of this system keberkekalan resources to ensure the long term.
- Sustainable rate of fCCT for clean production areas have been designated in an area of ??2.460 ha per year, or about 24.600 ha for the duration of RPH.
- A forest rehabilitation and treatment programs will be pursued in order to enhance the growth rate of stocking and racial components dipterocarp, starting with areas that have most young YEAL having regard to the growth of pol-sized trees and shrubs.
- The results and findings from the analysis performed during the preparation of this FMP is preliminary in nature and must be updated from time to time when the FMP undergo periodic review process.
Among the recommendations made in the FMP are:
- JPNS will build its own data base on forest stand along with other relevant information which is useful for decision-making process in the future.
- JPNS will develop an appropriate strategy to make them financially strong and viable in order to ensure keberkekalan operation and maintenance of biodiversity and the environment.
- Staff education, training and capacity building and research and development (R & D) will be given appropriate priority in the agenda JPNS.
- JPNS will strive continuously to improve its forest management level to qualify to be certified under standards such as MTCC certification bodies, FSC and ISO14001; and
- As a living document, the document was first FMP reviewed from mid-2010 as a mid-term review for the purpose to update them on the latest findings from permanent monitoring plots and experience in the field. RPH review will also take into account the State Government's policies such as retention of Permanent Forest Policy, "Think and Act Tourism", the National Coastal Plants, Plant 26 million trees campaign and changes in laws such as the Rules of the Water Catchment Forest and others.