Silviculture is one of the most important and the most complicated branches of forest management. It includes a range of nurturing procedures and renewals, patterned after natural processes.
Pine is the dominant tree species in the Gubin Forest District. It grows on 92% of the area. Other species occurring in the Forest district are: spruce, oak, birch, alder, larch and beech
Every year, an area of 250 ha in the Forest District is picked for forestation. Foresters employ a number of procedures aiming at ensuring correct forest growth.