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Presoja organizacije procesov pridobivanja in prodaje lesa v občini Tolmin : diplomsko delo - univerzitetni študij
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Abstract
Naloga proučuje procese pridobivanja in prodaje lesa na zasebni in državni gozdni posesti na območju občine Tolmin. Več kot polovica anketiranih kmetij je dopolnilnih, na katerih živijo lastniki stari med 50 in 65 let. Količina poseka in opravljanje gojitvenih del, z večanjem gozdne posesti narašča, kakor se tudi izboljšuje opremljenost in usposobljenost lastnikov za delo v gozdu. Dobri dve tretjini lastnikov ne izkorišča možnega poseka, za kar sta poglavitna razloga nedostopen gozd ter posledično draga sečnja in spravilo. Zadovoljstvo lastnikov z različnimi oblikami združenj lastnikov gozdov je na dokaj visoki ravni. Lastniki vidijo glavno rezervo pri gospodarjenju v večji odprtosti gozdnih posesti, zato povpraševanje po subvencijah za gradnjo gozdnih prometnic narašča. Slaba polovica lastnikov opravlja dela v gozdu sama, preostanek del opravijo člani strojnih krožkov v okviru medsosedske pomoči ter gozdarske gospodarske družbe. Na področju občine deluje večja gozdarska gospodarska družba, ki ima tudi koncesijo za gospodarjenje v državnih gozdovih ter manjša, ki opravlja dela samo na zasebni posesti. Družbista opremljeni in usposobljeni tudi za delo na težje dostopnih terenih. Večino lesa iz zasebnih in državnih gozdov se prodaja kot hlodovino, brez vsakršne nadaljnje dodane vrednosti, čemur je vzrok nerazvita žagarska ter lesno predelovalna industrija.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:pridobivanje lesa, prodaja lesa, lastniki gozdov, organizacija, občina Tolmin
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Year:2009
Publisher:[U. Mavrar]
Number of pages:X, 72 str.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:630*3:630*92(497.4 Tolmin)(043.2)=163.6
COBISS.SI-ID:2451110 Link is opened in a new window
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The thesis studies the processes of harvesting and selling wood on private andstate forest estates in the area of the municipality of Tolmin. More than half of the surveyed farms are subsidiary, and the age of the owners ranges between 50 and 65. The amount of cut and silviculture work has increased with forest estates becoming larger, as has the equipment and qualifications of theowners improved for safe work in the forest. More than two thirds of the owners do not achieve the allowable cut, the main reasons being inaccessible forests and consequently expensive felling and harvesting. The ownersć satisfaction with various forms of forest owners organisations is on a fairly high level. The owners see the main reserve with forest management in forest estates becoming more open, thus the demands for forest roads construction subsidies are on the increase. A little less than half of the owners perform the work in forests on their own, the rest is performed by members of machinery hire union under mutual aid arrangements and forest management companies. In the municipality area there are two forest management companies:the larger one also has a concession for managing state forests, while the smaller one performs work only on private properties. The companies are equipped and qualified to work also on difficult terrains. Most of the wood from private and state forests is sold as logs, without any added value, the cause being underdeveloped sawing and timber industries.


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