Highlights of the Successful ONEforest Final Conference: Access Recordings and Materials Now

Whether or not you attended the ONEforest Final Conference in April, you can now access the recorded videos, presentations, and posters from the various sessions.

The ONEforest Final Conference was a remarkable success. Held over two days, it featured two poster sessions and involved 5 EU Forestry Networking initiatives and 5 EU-funded projects. The conference hosted over 25 speakers and showcased more than 50 posters.

The event was conducted in a hybrid format, with both in-person and online participation. A total of 125 participants from 12 countries—Germany, Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, France, Italy, Morocco, Sweden, and Switzerland—attended in person. Additionally, the conference saw representation from 16 universities, 15 companies, and 8 model forests. The atmosphere fostered by INNOVAForONE was praised by participants, who expressed great satisfaction with their involvement.

Don't miss the opportunity to explore the rich content from this event below.


Day 1: Opening


Welcome & Introductions

  • Guillermo Fernández Centeno, Advisor of the Forestry Policy Sub-Directorate of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge
  • José Angel Arranz, Managing Director on Natural Heritage and Forest Policy of Junta de Castilla y León, the forest authority of Castilla y León (Spain)
  • Sandra Krommes, University of Rosenheim, ONEForest CoordinatorPablo Sabín, CEO of Cesefor


Day 1:  Session 1 - ONEForest Final Conference


  • ONEforest overview and main final results by Martin Brunsmeier - University of Rosenheim, Sandra Krommes & WP Leaders - University of Rosenheim & WPs Leaders [PRESENTATION]
  • Focus on the Multicriteria Decision Support System by Udo Busche - University of Dresden [PRESENTATION]


Day 1: Session 2 - EU Forestry Networking: state of the art


  • ERIAFF Network by Samuele Pii – Tuscany Region on behalf of the ERIAFF Secretariat [PRESENTATION]
  • Model Forest Network by Toni Ventre - Mediterranean Network Secretary [PRESENTATION]
  • Bioregions Facility by Inazio Martinez – European Forestry Institute [PRESENTATION]
  • Innovawood Network by Vanesa Baño – Innovawood Secretariat [PRESENTATION]
  • FAO SilvaMediterranea by Giovanbattista De Dato - Silvamed Secretariat [PRESENTATION]
  • Opportunities offered by the European Commission by Tamas Szedlak - European Commission (DG AGRI Forestry Section) [PRESENTATION]

Day 1: Session 3 – Poster session I

Posters dedicated to the ONEforest research and results [POSTERS]


Day 1: Session 4 - HORIZON EUROPE projects related with Forestry


  • RESONATE: overview & midterm results by Sara Uzquiano - European Forestry Institute [PRESENTATION]
  • EUFORE: overview & first results by Ivana Zivojinovic – BOKU [PRESENTATION]
  • FOREST4EU: overview & midterm results by Francesca Giannetti - University of Florence [PRESENTATION]
  • SMURF: overview  by Álvaro Picardo - Fundación Cesefor [PRESENTATION]


Day 1: Session 4 – Poster session II

  • Posters dedicated to the involved Horizon Europe projects [POSTERS]
  • Posters dedicated to EU Networks presented [POSTERS]
  • Posters dedicated to participant entities [POSTERS]


Day 1: Session 6 Round Tables


  •  “The innovation in forestry: what we still need?” Moderator: Álvaro Picardo Keynote speakers: Sandra Krommes - ONEForest Coordinator, Alex Giurca - EUFORE Coordinator, and Toni Ventre - MMFN Secretary.
  • “Conclusions about the 2024” Basque Forest Policy Forum by Leire Salaberria - Union of Foresters of Southern Europe (USSE)
  • “The EU forestry policy: key messages for improvements.” Moderator: Pablo Sabín Keynote speakers: Javier Ezquerra - Deputy Director in Forestry of the Region Castile and León, Arantza Pérez Oleaga - Forest Director of ASPAPEL, and Jacobo Aboal - Director of Xera.



Day 2

On day two, parallel sessions were hosted by several participating projects and networks. This provided the ONEforest consortium an opportunity to update attendees on the project's current status in its final phase, address any remaining details, and share the latest findings as the project approaches its conclusion at the end of May.