Old Roadmaps (R)

The ROSEWOOD roadmaps serve as an orientation for regional authorities and professionals, providing guidelines for enhancing the use of local wood resources, considering both primary and secondary sources. The ROSEWOOD project (2018-2020) identified seven main domains – digitalisation, cascading use of wood, logistics, wood marketing, forest ownership, forest management and education, which are target areas for innovation and knowledge transfer.

On the basis of SWOT analyses conducted at a Hub level, the ROSEWOOD roadmaps outline each region’s strengths and shortcomings per domain, matching them with sustainable best practices from other regions which may improve weaknesses and unlock potential. The roadmaps show that especially the application of digital tools for forest growth monitoring or real-time wood sales offers a huge potential for developing and strengthening sustainable wood mobilisation in many regions.