Research and academic programmes will draw broadly from KEFRI’s current thematic areas as outlined in the KEFRI Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022, namely; Forest productivity and improvement, Forest biodiversity and environmental management, Forest products development, Socio-economic, policy and governance. Specific areas will include studies in:
Tree breeding and biotechnology.
Forest resources inventory.
Forest economics, marketing and trade.
Wood and non-wood forest products.
Tree seed science.
Forest socio-economic, policy and governance.
Forest and woodland fires.
Forest soil health.