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On Thursday, October 3, we will offer a series of excursions for all participants. They are valuable opportunities to get acquainted with the forestry research carried out in the area around where Congress will take place.
We are working to provide participants with meaningful technical and cultural experiences.
You will have the opportunity to choose visits to areas of scenic interest, forestry companies, traditional communities or research institutions.
At the time of your registration, you may already be able to indicate your interest in several of these visits, but keep in mind that the schedule may change based on the general interest.
|1||PLANTED FORESTS||Forestry operations in nurseries and pine and eucalyptus at Klabin, Brazil's largest producer and exporter of paper.|
|2||Pine plantations used to produce logs and also in integrated silvopastoral activities.|
|3||Pine nurseries and plantations used to produce MDF, MDP, plywood, pulp, energy, solid wood, and lumber for civil construction.|
|4||Forest nurseries producing seedlings of pine, eucalyptus, and Brazilian species.|
|5||INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES||Production of paper for various purposes and solid wood processing.|
|6||Production of wood/plastic composites.|
|7||Production of sawn lumber and structured wood panels|
|8||Production of structural components for home construction and wood framing.|
|9||Timber processing of Amazon species to produce solid wood flooring.|
|10||FORESTS/NATIVE VEGETATION||Payment for environmental services: a success story|
|11||Curitiba’s historic water reservoirs and trails in native forests.|
|12||Sandstone formations, craters with native vegetation, and water reservoirs, with a focus on endangered species.|
|13||Different protocols and models for forest restoration.|
|14||PARKS AND URBAN AREAS||Curitiba’s Botanical Garden and urban forests in Capão do Tigre and Airumã Parks.|
|15||Parks in Curitiba: The Botanical Garden, Passeio Público, the Pope’s Woods [ Bosque do Papa ], the German Woods [ Bosque Alemão ], and São Lourenço, Tanguá, Tingui, and Barigui Parks.|
|16||FOREST RESEARCH||Control of forest pests and the introduction and improvement of Eucalyptus in Brazil|
|17||National Forest Inventory, dendrochronology applied to forest management and the conservation and genetic improvement of conifer species .|
|18||Integrated silvopastoral systems and ecological agroforestry systems.|
|19||Educational||An overview of forest measurements, forest inventory, and forest management in Brazil. Presentation of SIS software for forest management.|
|20||The forest-based sector, government planning, and business representations of the productive chain of timber, as well as consulting companies and forest management.|
|21||PRODUCTION SYSTEMS||Agroforestry systems in different organizational structures, reforestation with rapid-growing species and environmental protection areas.|
|22||Non-timber forest products. Palm heart plantations and the Graciosa Highway to observe the natural forest.|
|23||Integration of productive areas and environmental protection area in rural properties.|