Revenues are mainly generated by organizing professional conferences and seminars, but also by consulting and expert activities by our employees in the field of forestry, arboriculture, hunting, and other topics. We also record revenues for co-organizing conferences and expert analyses on high-quality Faculty equipment. The level of contract research is influenced by the nature of the field, where most research assignments are completed in the form of applied research projects subsidized by national providers, given that the state is the main customer of research results.
The Faculty has dealt with more than 60 research contracts in the last five years. Among the most important are research activities such as monitoring animal species, forest pests, infestation of forest stands, forest monitoring using drones, testing the resistance of painting substances, and other subcontracts of research activities for various types of subjects.