Lillehammer, E6 | I sent a warning: – Keep a safe distance

Lillehammer, E6 |  I sent a warning: – Keep a safe distance

People can still travel in the forest, but it is important to keep a safe distance from forest machinery and identify yourself. – Please wear a reflective vest, encourages Glommen Mjøsen Skog, which carries out the forestry operation on behalf of the land-owning Innlandet District Municipality.

Runs until January

The purpose is to prepare Nye Veier to start working on the new E6.

Forestry operations will take place in an area west of the road to Hovemoen Farm. It should be roughly cut. 85 acres is where the track and construction area for E6 will come. In addition, a large, ancient forest nearby (about 23 acres) will be cut down, to prevent large trees from blowing over.

Forestry operations in Hovemoen are likely to take place until the end of January.

Rising warning

Glommen Mjøsen Skog says in a press release that they want to make forest operations as gentle as possible. To prevent damage to the paths, timber and bare wood can be placed in the paths. This will be removed again when the work is done.

They warn that log cabins (where logs are stacked) can be dangerous and should not be climbed or used as a rest area. You should also not climb on the fuel tanks of forest machinery.

Glommen Mjøsen Skog is environmentally certified by the Norwegian Forest Standard PEFC, indicating that it follows strict rules for managing the forest in a sustainable way.

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