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Kyrgyzstan Review, 10 years ago




3.4. Forest Management

The State Forest Service includes 42 forestries, 2 Oblast Divisions, 5 parent enterprises at Oblasts, 7 State National Natural Parks, 6 State Reserves, Central Administration for Forest and Hunting Management, Central Administration on Protection and Regulation over Usage of Hunting Resources (GlavOhota), and 6 Oblast Game-Preserves, Service of State Control and Protection over Plant and Animal Life and 6 Oblast Services, Administration of State Enterprises, Biosphere Territory Issyk-Kul.
Central Administration for Forest and Hunting Management:
 
It is under the State Forest Service, and is the only one in the Central Asian Region. This body undertakes which undertakes registration of forests (by species, age criteria, density of plantation and others), hunting grounds (by hunting fund), also provides with economical decisions (on plantation of forest cultures, fellings, biotechnical arrangements and others) executive entities.
 
Central Administration on Protection and Regulation over Usage of Hunting Resources (GlavOhota):
 
GlavOhota is a managing organ of a game-preserve, established in order to effectively maintain a game-preserve and hunting supervision in the sphere of protection, rational usage and regeneration of hunting resources, development of ecological and hunting tourism (including foreign).
 
 

Service of State Control and Protection over Plant and Animal Life -
 
It is authorised with functions to perform efficient state control at protection, utilisation and regeneration of objects from plant and animal life.
 
Administration of State Enterprises-
 
Is authorised with functions to develop a rational forest and hunting management, industrial, processing, agricultural, tourist and other activity of all the enterprises and organisations of the forest sector of the Republic. The Administration subordinates: timber processing enterprises, enterprises for processing timber and non-timber forest products (berries, nuts, honey, fruits, medicinal herbs and others), nurseries, auxiliary farm.