Welcome to the woods!

Little guide to
good manners in the forest

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect the plants

and animals,

we are at home.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect the good

of others, each forest

has an owner.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect others

users, each must

be able to enjoy the forest

as he wishes.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

The forest is a place of relaxation and recreation for

men but it is also a habitat for a multitude of plants

and animals. With few exceptions, the forest is

open to all. We must behave like guests there. For

that everyone can enjoy this space while preserving it,

members of the Forest Work Community

have developed these ten little rules of good manners in the forest.

Note that, depending on the location and the season, restrictions or

exceptions may apply to certain activities

or demonstrations.

Who is behind the Little guide to
know-how in the forest?

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

These principles were drafted under the guidance of the

Working community for the forest, in close collaboration

with its members:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

  • ArboCityNet

  • Swiss Association of Forestry Personnel

  • BirdLife Switzerland

  • Hunting Switzerland

  • Erbinat - Association for discovery and training in nature

  • Swiss Federation of Equestrian Sports

  • Swiss forest

  • School of Agronomic, Forestry and Food Sciences

  • Institut für Freiraum und

  • Landschaft, HSR Rapperswil

  • Pro Natura

  • ProSilva Switzerland

  • Switzerland Hiking

  • SIA - Specialized forestry company

  • SILVIVA

  • Swiss forestry company

  • Specialized forest company SIA

  • SwitzerlandMobility

  • Swiss Cycling

  • Swiss Rangers

  • Swiss Union of Mycological Societies

  • WWF

Bienvenue en forêt.

 

En tant qu’invités, nous sommes les bienvenus en forêt.

Les lieux et les circonstances imposent parfois des restrictions particulières relatives à la protection de l’environnement, au risque d’incendie, etc.

 

Respectons-les.

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Sur les chemins et sentiers, nous resterons.

La forêt est l’habitat des plantes et des animaux.

 

Pour ne pas les déranger, utilisons les chemins et les sentiers existants.

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Ni traces ni déchets, nous ne laisserons.

 

La forêt, les bancs et toutes les

autres infrastructures ont un propriétaire.

 

N’abandonnons pas nos déchets et ne blessons pas les arbres.

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Nos chiens, nous maîtriserons.

 

La présence de chiens est une source de stress pour la faune sauvage, qui perçoit le meilleur ami de l’homme comme un danger.

Les chiens doivent être tenus en laisse.

 

Ne prenons aucun risque, la laisse est toujours une bonne solution.

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Branchages, fruits et champignons, point nous n’amasserons.

 

La loi autorise le ramassage, dans des quantités raisonnables, de plantes, de champignons, de baies, de noix ou encore de branches et de pives.

 

Soyons attentifs aux réglementations

locales et cueillons avec modération.

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La quiétude de la nuit, nous respecterons.

 

La quiétude qui règne en forêt

dès le crépuscule est vitale pour de nombreuses espèces.

 

Durant la nuit, restons sur les

chemins et évitons toute lumière ou bruit intempestifs.

Welcome to the woods!

Little guide to
good manners in the forest

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect the plants

and animals,

we are at home.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect the good

of others, each forest

has an owner.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Respect others

users, each must

be able to enjoy the forest

as he wishes.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

The forest is a place of relaxation and recreation for

men but it is also a habitat for a multitude of plants

and animals. With few exceptions, the forest is

open to all. We must behave like guests there. For

that everyone can enjoy this space while preserving it,

members of the Forest Work Community

have developed these ten little rules of good manners in the forest.

Note that, depending on the location and the season, restrictions or

exceptions may apply to certain activities

or demonstrations.

Who is behind the Little guide to
know-how in the forest?

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

These principles were drafted under the guidance of the

Working community for the forest, in close collaboration

with its members:

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

  • ArboCityNet

  • Swiss Association of Forestry Personnel

  • BirdLife Switzerland

  • Hunting Switzerland

  • Erbinat - Association for discovery and training in nature

  • Swiss Federation of Equestrian Sports

  • Swiss forest

  • School of Agronomic, Forestry and Food Sciences

  • Institut für Freiraum und

  • Landschaft, HSR Rapperswil

  • Pro Natura

  • ProSilva Switzerland

  • Switzerland Hiking

  • SIA - Specialized forestry company

  • SILVIVA

  • Swiss forestry company

  • Specialized forest company SIA

  • SwitzerlandMobility

  • Swiss Cycling

  • Swiss Rangers

  • Swiss Union of Mycological Societies

  • WWF