Pro Silva Bohemica

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Milan Hron
Zemedelska 810/3
61300 Brno – Cerna Pole
Czech Republic
e-mail: predseda(at)


cellphone +420-608-885525

international delegate

Tomáš Vrška

Feliciino údolí 99
67103 Vranov nad Dyjí

cellphone +420-602-794216 


  • members: 260
  • yearly events: 2019: 8 (included one excursion into abroad)
  • 3 international EFI meetings 2018
  • one multi day study tour abroad, several one-day events for members and non-mebers together
  • exemplary forests: 3-7 (included one established in 2019)
  • reference stands: serveral Prosilva research plots under developement (aim 50, based 25, under development)
  • martelloscopes: participants
  • Pro Silva Bohemica is independent with own identification number in the register and budget
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Pro Silva Bohemica

Pro Silva Bohemica was founded in 1995 as a branch office of the Czech Forest Society, o.s. (CLS) with nationwide competence. From 1.1.2014, in accordance with the new Civil Code, Pro Silva Bohemica is a subsidiary company of the Czech Forestry Society. The new full name is therefore „Pro Silva Bohemica, a subsidiary company of the Czech Forest Society“.

Pro Silva Bohemica has been a full member of Pro Silva Europe, founded in 1989 at a constituent meeting in Slovenia.

The purpose of Pro Silva Bohemica is to seek and strive for the greatest possible use of natural processes in the forest to achieve the economic goals or benefits expected by the owner and required of the community. In practice, this means searching for and verifying ways to nature close to forest growing, where a significant  part of the resulting economic yield is adequate minimization of forestry costs.

For a more detailed and comprehensive overview of program issues and goals for the Pro Silva, see the Program Documents sectionin the website of Pro Silva Bohemica.

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foto gallery (C) Milan Košulic, Pro Silva Bohemica

fotogallery from Pro Silva Annual Meeting in 2015 (c) Eckart Senitza

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