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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

Continuous cover forestry (CCF) – alternative forest management

ProSilva Ireland is delighted to reprint an article from the Irish Farmers Journal by Donal Magner. Donal reviewed in detail the recent ProSilva Ireland and the Society of Irish Forester’s field day at Ballyhooly forest in North Cork, managed by Coillte. Our thanks to Donal Magner and the Irish Farmers Journal. Continuous cover forestry (CCF) … Continue reading

Managing The Forest That Builds Itself

OVER 70 people journeyed to Keshcarrigan, Co. Leitrim on April 28 for the first of Prosilva Ireland’s  2012 Open Forest Days. Guest speakers Marc Etienne from ProSilva France and the ProSilva Czech Republic’s Thomas Vrska shed light on principles of continuous cover forestry in Mary and David Legge’s forestry plantations on Saturday April 28. Marc, … Continue reading

Important new publication – Developing the Full Potential of the Forest: Management of Irregular Forests

Happy New Year to all Pro Silva Ireland members and friends! We are happy to announce an important new publication from the leading French Association Futaie Irreguliere which will be of interest to many of our members, Developing the Full Potential of the Forest: Management of Irregular Forests (2011). It has been translated by Phil … Continue reading

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