Thanks for the info

The forest I saw were not carefully managed in the same way as you would see in England or Germany or France. This is a sparsely populated region that is heavily forested with true forest, not regrowth or planted forest.

Here the tactic has never been to cut out a parcel of land and then regrow it. Clear-cutting or even extensive thinning never happen. So trees that grow and regrow are coming up in the midst of a mature forest canopy -they grow up straight, reaching a height in a short order of time.

The "Forest Management" takes the form of careful selected harvesting that doesn't damage the canopy. Other than that, forests are surprisingly wild.

Was de eine ilüchtet isch für angeri villech nid so klar.