Multiple Use Area
According to current Georgian legislation, it is allowed to establish multiple use areas; however such protected areas do not currently exist.
Multiple use areas are established for economic activities that are organized in accordance with the requirements of environmental protection and for use of renewable natural resources. Multiple Use Areas require a relatively large area or/and aquatory, which represents natural foundation for accumulating water, productivity of forests and pasture, hunting, fishing, spread of flora and fauna, as well as tourism. It is acceptable for the areas to be partially modified and to include populated areas. The area should not include unique natural formations of national importance.