List of presentations done at meetings and workshops from this COST Action which are available for download.
4th Workshop and 5th Management Committee Meeting, 17/19 February 2016, Antalya
Management of NWFP in Turkey: An Overview, Emin Zeki Baskent, KTU, Isa Sertkaya, Orman Genel Müdürlüğü, Turkey
Severe seed yield loss in Mediterranean stone pine, Sven Mutke, CIFOR - INIA, Spain (Poster from STSM)
A multi-method approach to assess the potential of non-wood forest products for small-scale forest owners Patrick Huber, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU), Austria (Poster from STSM)
Effect of Pre-commercial Thinning on the Coarse Root-Shoot Allometry of Pinus pinea L., Ricardo Ruiz-Peinado, CIFOR - INIA, Spain (Poster from STSM)
Effect of silvicultural practices on mushroom diversity and yield in Pinus pinaster stands, Antonio Tomao, University of Tuscia, Viterbo, Italy (Poster from STSM)
Management of Iberian Pine Forest Areas for Gum Resin Production, Amelia Palma, INIAV, Portugal (Poster from STSM)
Can tree rings be used to predict fungi production? A study case in Catalonian forests, NE Spain, Irantzu Primicia, Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic (Poster from STSM)
Barriers for innovation in NWFP sector in Macedonia, Vladimir Stojanovski, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU), Austria (Poster from STSM)
The Western Conifer Seed Bug, Leptoglossus occidentalis: important methodologies and techniques, Ana Farinha, ISA, Portugal (Poster from STSM)
Could the molecular techniques predict mushroom productivity?, Carles Castano Soler, Forest Bioengineering Solutions S.A., Solsona, Spain (Poster from STSM)
Market Characteristics and Cluster Analysis of NWFPs in Serbia, Milica Marceta, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry, Belgrade, Serbia (Poster from STSM)
Trade of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants.Potential Improvements on Forestry Management Practices. Katerina Pantazi, Laboratory of Ecology, Department of Biological Applications and Technology, University of Ioannina, Greece (Poster from STSM)
Chemical composition of polar bark extracts from different tree species, Joana Ferreira, ISA, Portugal (Poster from STSM)
Processing eddy covariance data of a Cork-oak "Montado" in Portugal, Alexandre Correia, ISA, Portugal (Poster from STSM)
Empirical juridical approach to production of NWFP´s – Entrepreneurs perspective on the restrictive or supportive policies in the Czech Republic, Henri Vanhanen, LUKE, Finland (Poster from STSM)
Phenolic Compounds of Quercus infectoria O. Roots by High Performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC), Eyyüp Karaoğul and Hakkı Alma, KSÜ Orman Fakültesi, Orman Endüstri Mühendisliği, Kahramanmaras, Turkey
Potential Application of Calabrian Pine Cone Biomass as Non-Wood Forest Product for Colour Bioremediation, Fatih Deniz, Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Sinop University, Sinop, Turkey
Non Wood Forest Products and Services: Inventory Planning Systems (NWFP IPS), Isa Sertkaya, Orman Genel Müdürlüğü, Turkey
The Importance of Forest Beekeeping for The Sustainable Management of Natural Forests, Sibel Silici1, İsa Sertkaya2, 1Erciyes University, Agriculture Faculty, Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Kayseri; 2General Directorate of Forestry, Ankara, Turkey
The Importance of Honey Production (Forest Honey, Honeydew) in the Forest and Agroforest, Sibel Silici1, İsa Sertkaya2, 1Erciyes University, Agriculture Faculty, Department of Agricultural Biotechnology, Kayseri; 2General Directorate of Forestry, Ankara, Turkey
3rd Workshop and 4th Management Committee Meeting, 18/20 February 2015, Zagreb
Truffles industry in Croatia: Current status and future perspectives, by Željko Zgrablić, Croatian Forest Research Institute.
Non-Wood Forest Products in an Ecosystem Services Framework, by Dr. Marla R. Emery, U.S. Forest Service.
Towards a conceptual map of the European NWFP sector, by Dr Jenny Wong, Wild Resources Ltd.
A (dendro)climatological perspective on fungal ecology, by Dr. Ulf Buentgen, Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest Snow and Landscape (WSL), Birmensdorf, Switzerland.
The Non-Wood Forest Product Market: any opportunity for the Italian forest sector? by Enrico Vidale & Riccardo Da Re. In collaboration with: Marko Loric, Davide Pettenella. University of Padua.
Branding and labelling of NWFP, examples from Finland and Italy, by Giulia Corradini, University of Padua.
Valorization of NWFP’s for tannin and antioxidants production: Study of pine and oak barks and pine nut shells by Ali Umut Sen, University of Lisbon.
Enrichment of the glycyrrhizic acid from licorice roots (Glycyrrhiza glabra L.) by isoelectric focused adsorptive bubble chromatography, by Eyyüp Karaoğul, Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University.
2nd Workshop and 3rd Management Committee Meeting, 20/21 February 2014, Krakow
Non-wood forest products in Poland: current problems, trends and challenges, by Dr Pawel Staniszewski, Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
Wild mushrooms: gourmet foods and sources of medicinals, by Prof. Leo van Griensven, Wageningen University.
The role of NWFPs in local livelihoods:Balancing access to resources and markets, by Dr Freerk Wiersum, Wageningen University.
Predictive empirical models for mushroom production in Cistus ladanifer stands, by María Hernández-Rodríguez, University of Valladolid.
Working Groups & Task Forces
Working Group 1: Summary & Next steps
WG1 Presentations (I)
WG1 Presentations (II)
Working Group 2: Summary & Next steps
Working Group 3:Summary & Next steps
Working Group 4: Summary & Next steps
Task Force 1: Summary & Next steps
Task Force 2: Summary & Next steps
Task Force 3: Summary & Next steps
Task Force 4: Summary & Next steps
NWPF TF4 Austria
NWFP TF4 Bulgaria
NWFP TF4 Croatia
NWFP TF4 Finland
NWFP TF4 Macedonia
1st Workshop and 2nd Management Committee Meeting, 20/21 June 2013, Lisbon
Opportunities and constraints for gathering data and statistics on NWFP, by Dr Paul Vantomme, FAO.
StarTree Project – Multipurpose trees and non-wood forest products a challenge and opportunity, by Dr Robert Mavsar, EFI.
Micosylva+ project: Mycosylviculture and valorization of wild edible mushrooms as guarantors of forest sustainability and multifunctionality, by Dr Fernando Martinez, Cesefor.
Multipurpose trees in Zagori, NW Greece, by Dr Kalliopi Stara, University of Ioannina. Additional text: Lofty pines, hidden lamps
Game management in Portugal: an overview, by Joao Carvalho, ANPC.
Task Forces and Working Groups
Task Force 1: Summary and Presentations by Prof Heinrich Spiecker and Jonathan Sheppard, University of Freiburg.
Working Group 1: Report by Dr Jose-Antonio Bonet, CTFC, Dr Tine Grebenc, Slovenian Forestry Institute and Zelkjo Zgrablic, Croatian Forest Research Institute.
Companhia das Lezirias Field trip
Management of NWFPs at Companhia das Lezirias by Rui Alves, Companhia das Lezirias.
Mushrooms under cork oak and pine forests by Prof Celeste Santos e Silva, University of Evora.
Resin from maritime pine by Margarida Alvim, GeoTerra