Forest management in State Forests is based on the Forest Management Plans created for the Forest District once per 10 years. They are prepared for the State Forests by specialised units, among others by The Bureau for Forest Management and Geodesy (BULiGL). The Forest Management Plans are approved by the Minister for the Environment after consultations with society.
Preparation of the plan is always preceded by very precise inventory of stocks and assessment of the forest condition. The foresters specify such forest characteristics as: structure, formation, age, species composition, forest condition, soil and site conditions, etc.. In actions planned to be realised, the aims of forest management and functions the forests perform in arranged forest district, are taken into account.