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Wood Pasture and forest reserve

Forest in Vens
  • One of the largest wood pastures in Europe

  • Mont-Chemin is a cantonal forest reserve spanning 680 ha. It is home to several habitats, such as larch forests, clearings and lawns with rich vegetation for livestock. A wood pasture is a particular type of forest consisting of a sparse scattering of trees and rich vegetation managed by grazing livestock. This varied mix of environments stimulates biodiversity. Wood pastures fulfil a wide range of functions, and the development of such areas is useful for regional stakeholders such as...
    Mont-Chemin is a cantonal forest reserve spanning 680 ha. It is home to several habitats, such as larch forests, clearings and lawns with rich vegetation for livestock. A wood pasture is a particular type of forest consisting of a sparse scattering of trees and rich vegetation managed by grazing livestock. This varied mix of environments stimulates biodiversity. Wood pastures fulfil a wide range of functions, and the development of such areas is useful for regional stakeholders such as foresters and farmers.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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