Adaptation is a natural part of Swedish forest management, and forest stakeholders perceive that they are continuously adapting to different weather and climate conditions, economic conditions and market demands. This is shown in focus group discussions with private forest owners and officials in Kronoberg and Västerbotten counties.

This chapter is part of the Mistra-SWECIA Annual Report 2013.

The authors acknowledge the financial support of the Swedish Foundation for Environmental Research (Mistra) through the Swedish Research Programme on Climate, Impacts and Adaptation (Mistra-SWECIA) Programme.