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Sustainable forest planning should involve the participation of stakeholder communities in the decision-making process. This participation can help avoid the possible rejection of new planning measures. In this paper, the decision-making process to implement regulations on the use of forest tracks on the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) is analyzed. In recent years, the number of people using the island's forest environments has notably increased, leading to conflicts betweendoi:10.3390/f6113946 fatcat:g4uygmacnbaa5jnhty4ku3eony