The toolbox is a set of methods, approaches, and other tools that can be used in various ways to meet the objectives of Reflexive Forestry, following the principles set out above. It includes technical solutions, ecological measurements, and applications in the forest or associated technological systems such as those typically used in applied forest sciences. However, since Reflexive Forestry is intended to engage the entire forest arena, the toolbox is more focused on approaches to find starting points, enhance mutual interactions, develop context-relevant means, and enable learning and feedback. As already mentioned, we provide a few examples, but have no intention of listing all tools that could be useful. This is partly because the list would be extremely long (and continuously growing), and presenting it would be pointless. More importantly, Reflexive Forestry adopts a pragmatic attitude to measurements, practices, management systems, and frameworks, recognizing them all as potentially valuable, as long as they are used and combined in a reflexive, inclusive, and responsive way to initiate constructive processes. Thus, together with the guiding principles, the toolbox can enable the development of shared capacities to handle the forest arena.