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Farmland afforestations: new goals and guidelines for Poland

Zajączkowski, Jacek; Zajączkowski Kazimierz

Farmland afforestations (FAs), i. e. groups of trees and shrubs scattered in agricultural landscape, were for long considered mostly as supplementary timber resource and wind mitigation tool. The contemporary shift to other, environment- and social-related functions of FAs is discussed in the paper and example guidelines for the establishment of new FAs proposed. The concept of “farmland afforestations’ needs” is presented as a tool to incorporate FA issues in land- use planning.

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  • Zajączkowski J, Zajączkowski K. (2009) Farmland afforestations: new goals and guidelines for Poland. Folia Forestalia Polonica, series A, Vol. 51(1), 5–11

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