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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

Special Pro Silva Ireland Field Day for members of North East Forestry Group, Westmeath Farm Forest Group, and other forest owners new to Continuous Cover Forestry

Wicklow – Saturday April 23rd 2016, 10.30am – 3.30pm “At the request of a number of forest owner associations who contacted Pro Silva Ireland and Teagasc wanting to learn more about Continuous Cover Forestry, we are dedicating our April 2016 Field Day to this purpose.  For this reason we are re-visiting Knockrath forest, the site … Continue reading

Upcoming ProSilva Ireland field day at Knockrath Forest, Co. Wicklow – Sat 3 Oct 2015

Pro Silva Ireland’s next Forest Open day is in Knockrath Forest, Co. Wicklow – Sat 3 Oct 2015 with guest German ProSilva forester Hinrich Joost Bärwald. All Welcome! The focus of the day will be discussions on the progress of conversion of forest stands to Continuous Cover Forestry management over the last decade at Knockrath Forest. … Continue reading

CCFG National Conference 2014 – online resources

Resources from the Continuous Cover Forest Group (CCFG) Conference held in The Lake District in June this year are now available on the CCFG website. They include: pdfs of Speaker Presentations (+ some MP4 recordings); a Conference Report with a list of conclusions and recommendations, and proposals for research priorities developed from presentations and discussions at … Continue reading

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