The Jeju government is set to begin its project to closely monitor and study Jeju's ecological forestry. The new research plan is to restore ecological forests around the province and to manage them. The research result will be use to create educational materials for visitors, and it's expected to help the local government to better develop Jeju's ecological forests. The research will be conducted into several categories. The monitoring process will begin with studying the current condition of plants in the forests. Also, various animal types like reptiles, birds and insects will be closely assessed as well. Unlike previous research projects, for the first time, researchers will study mushrooms that are growing in Jeju's forests. The Jeju government says since a variety of animals and plants are in Jeju's forests, it's crucial to better maintain a suitable environment to protect and foster creatures in Jeju.