Gentle forest management
Gentle progress to benefit environmental values more?
Conservation forestry is the management of natural and cultural forests to preserve or enhance biodiversity. This may include the felling of tree species that pose a threat to the local ecosystem or the restoration of dead wood and dying trees through various methods of barking.
Unique conditions require a unique machine
Each forest is unique and requires its own special care in order to preserve and develop its natural values. Common is that it would be difficult to unleash large heavy machines in these jobs. A Malwa, on the other hand, can be maneuvered smoothly and easily over lands of high cultural value – without leaving a trace, and there are examples of fine jobs carried out in nature reserves and eco-parks by skilled Malwa drivers.