Recently, forests are changing from a cycle in which they have been protected and grown to a cycle in which they do not grow. Damage from deer and other wildlife is common in Japan, which not only harms the forestry industry but also impacts natural vegetation. There are a number of causes for this, including the depopulation of rural villages, the decline of the forestry industry due to the aging of society, and a reduction in hunting pressure caused by a decline in the number of hunters. Now more than ever, forests need conservation: ecosystem conservation, scenic conservation, and land conservation against natural disasters. How will we protect and nurture our forests in order to pass them on to the next generation? Daiichigosei will work with our customers to propel our forest conservation business forward.