The DYNAFAC collective’s activities are developed on the scientific, technical and didactic aspects of sustainable Central African forest management, and it sets up communication tools adapted to the various parties involved.
For more than thirty years, members of the DYNAFAC collective have been making significant efforts to install plots for the study of forest dynamics.
RESEARCH : Understand the impact of logging on the functioning of the populations and stands of exploited trees in Central Africa.
TRAINING : DYNAFAC is committed to promoting the transfer and exchange of knowledge resulting from work carried out on the devices with institutions and institutes based in Central Africa.
The activities of the DYNAFAC collective have highlighted original results on the functioning of Central African forests. These results could improve forest management plans and regulations for a more sustainable management of production forests.