The Native Forest is of great importance in environmental policies regarding the protection of natural resources, such as soil, water, air and species whose conservation is of interest to the country. For this reason, national and international regulations have been issued that protect it and that aim mainly at its conservation and responsible use, that is, a management that allows the sustainable use of the Native Forest.
The Native Forest regenerates naturally, so its sustainable management requires that various types of silvicultural activities be carried out, such as the thinning of trees in poor condition, sanitary felling, selection of seed trees, land preparation for the establishment of regeneration, etc. These tasks allow the trees with the greatest growth potential to develop in optimal conditions, with better light and nutrient conditions. In this manner, through natural regeneration and silvicultural activities, a Native Forest of excellence is achieved, conserving its multiple environmental and wildlife protection services.
Finally, given that for the execution of forestry activities in general it is necessary to build access roads to the different parts of the forest, these roads and/or trails constitute an important tool to take care of the Native Forest, since on the one hand, in the event that forest fires break out, it will be easier to fight them and, on the other hand, it makes it possible to quickly detect illegal felling caused by third parties.