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The Case for Continuous Cover Forestry

Phil Morgan, President of ProSilva Europe and known to many ProSilva Ireland members recently wrote an article on “The Case for Continuous Cover Forestry”. The Forestry & Timber News Journal has kindly allowed us to re-publish the article here. Continue reading


ProSilva Ireland attends first international Continuous Cover forestry conference in UK

A number of ProSilva Ireland members recently attended the Continuous Cover forestry conference in the UK. It was a comprehensive conference with a number of field trips, covering topics on management approaches,  timber quality, biodiversity, economics, ancient woodland restoration and policy developments, with speakers from across the UK and beyond. From Ireland, Aine ni Dhubhain … Continue reading

Update on the COFORD Low Impact Silvicultural Systems (LISS) project in Ireland

The COFORD (Irish Forest Research Institute) LISS project is a four year project now in its third year aimed at developing a greater understanding of Low Impact Silvicultural Systems and their use in Ireland. Continue reading

ProSilva Ireland members forest study tour to South-West England, Sept. 2012

Learn about IRREGULAR SILVICULTURE IN THE LOWLANDS Thursday 6th September to Sat 8th September 2012 The visits will illustrate the application of irregular silviculture on a range of site and forest types and consider stands in different stages of transformation on private estates in Dorset and Wiltshire.  All the woodland enterprises have multiple objectives but … Continue reading

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