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irregular silviculture

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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

Updated details: ProSilva Ireland members forest study tour Czech Republic May 9-12, 2013

Learn about LOW IMPACT SILVICULTURE IN SOUTH MORAVIA REGION Updated: Mon 25 March 2013 with itinerary and costs; itinerary can be downloaded ProSilva Ireland is delighted to announce the programme of the 2013 ProSilva Ireland Members Study trip to Czech Republic. The Czech Republic, located in the heart of Europe, has an area of ​​78,864 … 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

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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