Establishment of forest through planting and/or deliberate seeding on land that, until then, was not classified as forest.|
Implies a transformation of land use from non-forest to forest
May involve planting of both introduced or native tree species
Afforested tin tailing area in Bidor, Perak
Re-establishment of forest through planting and/or deliberate seeding on land classified as forest.|
Implies no change of land use.
Includes planting/seeding of temporarily unstocked forest areas as well as planting/seeding of areas with forest cover. This may involve planting of both introduced and native species.
Includes coppice from trees that were originally planted or seeded.
Excludes natural regeneration of forest.
Restore the capacity of degraded forest land to deliver forest products and services. Forest rehabilitation re-establishes the original productivity of the forest and some, but not necessarily all, of the plant and animal species thought to be originally present at a site.|
Forest of primarily introduced and native species, established through planting or seeding mainly for production of wood or non- wood goods (Meant for productive purposes)
Forest of native or introduced species, established through planting or seeding mainly for provision of services (Meant for protective purposes)