Boibel backs investment in research and believes in innovation, both as the key to the development of production system and the social and economic resources of forestry and rural areas in Galicia.
That is why from the beginning and up to the present day, they are part of various research projects carried out by the entity itself, with partners, and in collaboration with research centres and Galician universities, among which we can mention:
- SOUTONOVO, Cooperation for the development of a new integrated process of chestnut falling, in collaboration with the USC (University of Santiago de Compostela), CTC (Technology Centre da Carne) and UDC (University of A Coruña), (2008-2010).
- Obtaining brown base materials resistant to Phytophthora cinnamomi. Large scale production of forest reproductive materials of qualified class chestnut, in collaboration with TRAGSA (2006-2007).
- "Technical Study of the Results of Rooting and Early Growth with reforestation of Pseudotsuga menziesii and Pinus radiata." This study comes as a result of an agreement established with the USC (University of Santiago de Compostela), through the teaching unit of Silvicultural and Reforestation, belonging to the Technical Engineering degree in Forestry of the Polytechnic School of Lugo.
- "Management of logging residue and addition of ash tree bark for the sustainable use of forest plantations." In collaboration with the University of Santiago de Compostela, participating the Edafoloxía Department, Plant Production and Agricultural Chemistry of the Polytechnic School of Lugo. During its development, Boibel Forest, provided one of the monitoring plots, repopulated with six year old Pseudotsuga menziesii .