Forestry in Morocco

Forestry in Morocco Last updated on Thursday 22nd April 2010

Cork is produced in Morocco along with conventional timber, cut from forests in the Rif and Atlas regions.

During the first half of the 1990s 2.5 million cubic meters (88.2 million cubic feet) of timber were harvested annually.

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