The Icelandic forest service is an institution that works with and for the government, the public and other interested parties, on the subjects of research, development, consultation and distribution of knowledge within forestry. The institution is also Iceland's representative in cooperation with other countries.
If you seek general information about forestry in Iceland, we would like to point out the article Forestry in a treeless land, which can be can be found on the left.
If you need specific information, you are welcome to contact our headquarters in Egilsstadir or one of our division chiefs. Contact information can be found on the left.