On farms with forest areas there is often a common forestry strategy with neighbouring farms with adjacent forest areas. Rangers, lumberjacks or shooting tenants often come from outside the farm. As different parties are involved in the use of the forest area their interests can differ from or even oppose each other. So, there is a lot of potential for conflicts. These can even have effects outside of the forest. For example: If wild boars cause damage in a cornfield and the farmer and the shooting tenant disagree over the compensation for the damage. I help you to re-establish a good working relationship with your neighbour, ranger, lumberjack or shooting tenant through a mediation.

Make an appointment for a first free preliminary, now to get to know each other and figure out, if a mediation is a useful option in your case under the phone number 0049 – 511 – 56 96 41 98