The Forestry Plan is the basic legal instrument of the Urban Forests since through it the mandate to create them is given. The Forestry Plan, Resolution 1530 of 2019: Forestry Plan, raises a proposal of "induced renaturalization", for the urban area of Santiago de Cali, expressed in proposals of increase, renovation, management and conservation of the Vegetal Covers of the city, applying a broad vision that tends to improve the connectivity and ecological functionality between the urban and rural areas. In this process of creation of urban forests, the Community Network of Urban Forests is created, which uses public or private spaces, with three fundamental objectives: a) to fulfill conservation objectives in the forests and nearby polygons b) to generate and consolidate processes of social participation c) to build effective relationships with public and private entities, through the management of resources and strategic alliances to develop harmonization plans for the forests and their areas of influence. The following are part of the network: community and neighborhood action boards, universities, residential units, sports units, and the DAGMA (Administrative Department of Environmental Management of Santiago de Cali) as a partner in the process.