Forest maps are created to help us understand and manage our forests better. Usually, they show things like where different types of forests are located, how much forest is present in an area, and what kind of land forms are surrounding the forest. Furthermore, they provide general information of trees in the region, detailing the density of trees, age, composition etc. Forest maps also provide valuable information about environmental conditions such as climate, soil type, and water resources. Knowing this information can help us make decisions about things like which areas we want to protect and how best to use our forestry resources.