The IMFN is pleased to present you with a variety of interesting recipes that come from all corners of the globe. Each recipe includes at least one non-timber forest product (NTFP) that is found in the associated Model Forest.
- The International Model Forest Network. A Global Approach to Ecosystem Sustainability
- IMFN Brochure 2010
- African Model Forest Network Brochure 2010
- Shared solutions to shared challenges: Posters from the 2008 IMFN Global Forum
- Model Forest Profiles 2005
- Partnerships to Success in Sustainable Forest Management
Experiences from the Canadian Model Forest Network. The guide describes each Model Forest’s approach to initiating a program on LLI, selecting indicators, gathering data, and using and reporting on indicators.
The IMFN held its 2011 Global Forum on March 24-27, in Burgos, Spain. The triennial meeting gathered 225 participants from 32 countries, including Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas. A key innovation of the 2011 Global Forum was the development and sponsorship by the IMFN and its host partners in Spain of an International Symposium on Ecosystem and Landscape-level Approaches to Sustainability. The Symposium preceded the IMFN Global Forum and was attended by approximately 400 participants. It was co-organized with FAO, CBD Secretariat, CIFOR, and IUCN. It offered an exceptional opportunity for Model Forest delegates to share their experiences and learn from like-minded organizations and approaches. In addition, through these joint events the IMFN was able to substantially increase its visibility and profile with external partners and audiences, particularly in Europe.
- Global Forum 2008, Hinton, Canada
- Global Forum 2005, Turrialba, Costa Rica
- International Model Forest Forum 1999: Report on the International Model Forest Network Forum Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
- The International Workshop On China’s Model Forest Network Program (1999)
- Oregon Consultation (1998)
- Russian Consultation: Perspectives on the Development of a National Network of Model Forests in the Russian Federation (1998)
- Tokyo Consultation: International Workshop on Model Forests for Field-Level Application of Sustainable Forest Management (1998)
- Yale Presentation (1998)
- Chile-Argentina Consultation (1998)