Church representatives showed interest in building a semi-large heating system in Brezje, Forest Management Unit Radovljica levi breg Save. We conducted a survey to establish the level of interest of forest owners in the vicinity of Brezje for delivery of wood chips that would supply the system. Additionally, we analysed the theoretical chances of such cooperation through the use of the silvicultural plan, a survey among forest owners and the results of a "Per-les" project carried out by the Slovenian Forestry Institute. By personally interviewing the staff, we obtained all the necessary data about the needs and demands of forest owners. The analysis of the silvicultural plan and wood fonds proved that the quantity of low-quality wood that would potentially suit the purpose is sufficient. In addition, results obtained following a methodology of the Forestry Institute, Department for Forest Technique and Economics, yielded similar results. In our survey, where forest owners were divided into three categories depending on the property size, we found that there were few big owners. The properties are predominatly small and very fragmented. Finally, we found that big owners show interest for selling wood for these purposes while small owners would benefit from pooling.