The KFS continues to expand arboretums in each climate zone including those in BaekduDaegan Mountains and enhance conservation functions of forest genetic resources through in-situ and ex-situ conservation methods.

The KFS has investigated the inhabitation of rare plants and sorted out 571 species in total in accordance with the IUCN evaluation standards of rare plants. Further, it monitors vitality and conditions of forest ecosystems and maintains reserves of forest genetic resources, which have abundant biodiversity as well as high conservation value in ecology. These reserves including forest wetland are designated and managed systematically.

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