Rangeland and forest management

And it undertakes the tasks assigned to it according to Cabinet Resolution No. (101) for the year 2012 AD referred to, through the following sections:

First: The Forestry Department, with the following powers:

Preparing annual programs for afforestation and tree protection.
Preparing forest seed collection programs, working to multiply them at the local level, and supplying items suitable for the prevailing environmental conditions in the country that are not available locally.
Preparing studies related to the best use of natural resources in the field of forests and the development of forest areas according to these resources.
Prepare spatial and topographic maps and conduct the necessary studies for forest development, development and investment.
Implementing or supervising programs for training and qualifying technical cadres in the field of forests (forest seeds – planting assets – legalization of investment, etc.).
Work on introducing various modern technologies related to forest seedlings production and technical supervision on implementation and distribution.
Supervising public and private forest nurseries, specifying their specifications, and supervising their operation.
Preparing periodic reports on the field of work of the department.

Second: Al-Marai Department, with the following competencies:

Setting plans and programs related to the rangeland development activity and coordinating with the relevant bodies in the following:
Identifying areas of rangelands that are capable of development, preparing maps for them, conducting studies and surveys necessary for improvement, developing pastoral natural cover and determining the absorptive capacity in those areas.
Collecting the seeds of local pastoral plants, working to propagate them with pastoral nurseries, and supplying varieties suitable for local environmental conditions that are not available locally.
A proposal to create water points in the pastoral areas.
Preparing water harvesting programs in the pastoral areas.
Preparing periodic reports on the field of work of the department.

Third: The Natural Reserves and Parks Department, with the following powers:

Proposing investment programs in parks, organizing tourist and research visits to nature reserves, and proposing fees to benefit from them.
The development and development of wet areas frequented by migratory birds, protection and preservation
Providing the necessary needs for protected areas and natural parks in order to preserve and maintain them.
Preserving the assets, buildings, and all constructions located inside reserves and parks and working on registering them in the name of the Libyan state.
Cooperating with relevant organizations in the field of developing natural reserves and parks
The development of existing parks and nature reserves.
A proposal to choose new sites for the country’s natural reserves, according to the specifications of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Work to introduce appropriate wildlife into the existing nature reserves.
Cooperate with relevant local and international authorities in identifying and classifying wildlife within Libya.
Cooperating with relevant local and international authorities in identifying endangered and endangered wildlife.
Preparing periodic reports on the field of work of the department.

The Department of Forests and Pastures oversees:

Sorman National Park.
Sabratah National Park.
Naqsa Park.
Abu Ghaylan Park.
Its parks and promenades.
Bir Ayad Reserve.
Al-Haysha Reserve.
Abu Shiba nursery.
Sir, a tourist nursery.
Abu Aisha Nursery.
Al-Azizia Automatic Nursery.

The rangeland and forests department also takes the necessary measures regarding the handing over of the following sites to the sector in the regions, each according to the area within its scope, namely:

Nalut A.
Nalut b
Al-Marhan Reserve
Ifrane area
Al-Malaib / visited
Umm al-Ghazal site
Ras Al-Teen site
Tiji Site

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