The State Forestry Corps had its origins in the "Royal Licences" of Carlo Felice di Savoia, who established the Forestry Administration on 15 October 1822 for the custody and protection of forests.

With the "Royal Licences" of 15 December 1833, King Carlo Alberto gave new impetus to the Piedmont Forestry Administration and established its reorganisation on a territorial basis.

The proclamation of the Kingdom of Italy in 1861 saw the start of the process of unification of forestry legislation that had been in force in states prior to unification.

Today, the Forestry Corps still has an important presence throughout Italy for the protection and preservation of the flora and fauna of Italy.

We at CO.MI. make customised accessories, caps and kepis, including historical reproductions, for the State Forestry Corps, using templates and samples that have been provided by the Corps itself.

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