Zielona Góra Forest District is one of twenty districts that are part of Directorate General of the State Forests in Zielona Góra. It is located within two counties (Zielona Góra, Krosno) and Zielona Góra urban district. It covers 5 communes: Czerwieńsk, Zielona Góra, Świdnica, Dąbie, Krosno Odrzańskie and the city of Zielona Góra. It is divided into 10 sub-districts. The territorial range of the forest district is 30 691.83 ha and a forest and land area is 17 328.96 ha.
Zielona Góra Forest District was founded in 1945 as one of small forest district located around the city of Zielona Góra. Between 1945 and 1992 it underwent multiple changes in territory as well in names (Ochla, Wilkanowo). Current forest district in its boundaries has existed since 01.01.1993 sanctioned by No. 64 Order by Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources and Forestry Minister (31.12.1992).
Forest district arrangement
The Forest District Zielona Góra is basic, independent organizational entity of the State Forests working pursuant to the Forest Act. It is subordinated to Regional Directorate of the State Forests in Zielona Góra, which supervises and coordinates all the actions within its territory.
Projects and funds
Działania w projekcie skoncentrowane są głównie na dążeniu do ograniczenia występowania pożarów w lasach, a także do sprawnego i szybkiego lokalizowania źródła zagrożenia.
Zielona Góra Forest District co-operates with Landratsamt Bautzen Kreisforstamt (County Forest Office) from Saxony (Germany). The headquarter of the project partner Landsratsamt Bautzen Kreisforstamt is located in Kamenz. Further information can be found here.