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FARM WOODLAND FORUM 2016 “Farm Woodlands-Education, Research and Policy”

An invitation to ProSilva Ireland members and friends to this year’s Farm Woodland Forum meeting. The Forum will be in Ireland and run jointly by AFBI and Teagasc, with bookings and registration through AFBI. This is an excellent venue. Ballyhaise is a fine Agricultural College which supplies most of the farm woodland and forestry skills … Continue reading

ProSilva Europe celebrates its 25th anniversary in Switzerland

Over three days based in Sursee in the Canton of Lucerne, the ProSilva Europe delegates, including representatives from ProSilva Ireland, visited forests in public ownership. The forest of Grün Stadt Zürich, the Gutschwald of Oberägeri and the Deiniker Wald of Baar in the Canton of Zug, the Holziker Wald of Hirschthal in the Canton of … 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

International Slovenian Conference 09: Breakout group on Education/Communication on Close to Nature

Ideas below were submitted for sharing by audience of PS delegates * points for PS Ireland to consider/discuss Focus Question 1: EU-wide responses/ experiences of Education and Public Relations related to close to nature forestry Teaching young people is more efficient* Informative signs* Useful to bring journalists to demonstration forests Invite representatives from other stakeholder … Continue reading

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