About InNovaSilva


InNovaSilva works to promote mosaic forests to disseminate knowledge, contribute to increased timber production, and encourage the use of sustainably produced wood.
InNovaSilva addresses the entire cycle – from increased CO2 sequestration in forests through enhanced growth to increased utilization of wood.


At InNovaSilva, we work for global and local sustainability – in our thought and action. Our activities stem from an altruistic fundamental principle.

Collaboration, curiosity, and dialogue are our primary tools to translate our ambitions from theory to action.

Our mission

Is to lead alongside those who can and will InNovaSilva combines forestry science, applied research, and practical experiences with innovative solutions to promote improvements in the sustainable management of forests and forest landscapes. We are an active part of a global movement for green transition with cultivated forests and sustainable use of wood. We do it together with those who can and will lead the way.

This happens, among other things, through RFFL – Resilient Future Forests Lab (IUFRO, 2022), which is a global network of practical demonstration trials on an operational scale. InNovaSilva and IUFRO are working to establish this network together with foundations, “impact investors”, forest owners, as well as colleagues and organizations, including IUFRO’s member organizations, in the field of research and development.


Practice-based insight
We develop and demonstrate solutions that work in practice, both in the short and long term, and can be scaled with collective efforts. The starting point is science- and practice-based insights, and evidence-based results from around the world. The effort is based on more than 30 years of experience related to forestry, afforestation, and reforestation.

Our vision

A better future with mosaic forests for sustainable development

We aspire to a future with more and larger forest areas, managed according to healthy, adaptable, and value-creating operational principles, so they can contribute to ensuring sustainable development for people, climate, biodiversity, outdoor recreation, and drinking water now and in the future.