Tuesday 16 April 2024, 12:00-14:30h

  1. Nature experience’, encompassing forest conservation and management to ensure a tranquil atmosphere conducive to spiritual experiences that enhance people’s health and nature connectedness;
  2. Wise use of forests’, indicating management and harvesting practices that combine ecological knowledge with intuition, inspiration and respect for all forms of life;
  3. ‘History’, referring to old trees, forests, landscapes, cultural history and related narratives that induce people’s connectedness with the land; and
  4. Ineffable aspects of forest spirituality, occasionally mentioned in relation to intuitive forms of forest management.