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Pro Silva Ireland 2017 Study Tour to Wales, 15-17 September: bookings now open

Coed Preseli (In the Preseli hills beside Fishguard, Pembrokeshire) All Pro Silva Ireland members are welcome to attend our annual study trip – this year to Wales. Places are limited so please book early to help with the organisation of this study tour. The study trip will aim to follow the itinerary below: 15th September: … Continue reading

ProSilva Ireland in Co. Carlow and Minister to launch ProSilva Guidebook at Irish Forestry show, 5 May, Stradbally

Thanks to members and newcomers who came to the recent Pro Silva Spring field day at a commercial 110 ha farm forest at Spahill, Borris, Co. Carlow. Our thanks especially  to farmer/forester Peter Rose and his wife for hosting such an informative day. Thanks also to visiting ProSilva Wales-based forester Huw Denman and Kilkenny Pro … Continue reading

The Pro Silva Ireland 2017 Spring Field Day: Borris, Co. Carlow, and the launch of a new Practical Manual on CCF Management

Saturday 22nd April in a commercial farm forest at Spahill, Borris, Co. Carlow Including launch of New Pro Silva Practical Guide (see directions below). Meeting Time 11.00 AM The forest site is situated near the town of Borris in South Co. Carlow. This part of Carlow is influenced by the River Barrow and also the … Continue reading

Launch of first Teagasc booklet on Continuous Cover Forestry at ProSilva Ireland Raheen Forest, Tuamgreany, East Clare

o ProSilva Ireland held a very informative day at Raheen Forest, Tuamgreany, Co. Clare, last Saturday on the 8 October. It was led by ProSilva committee member and site forester/mycologist, Jonathan Spazzi. We were also delighted to share news of a significant publication by Teagasc and Jonathan Spazzi on Continuous Cover forest management.  The new Teagasc … Continue reading

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