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Pro Silva Ireland Autumn Field Day, Moyrath, Kildalkey, Co. Meath and AGM

The focus of the Pro Silva Ireland Autumn field day will be early management of 1st generation oak plantation. We will be joined on the day by the Head Cooper from Irish Distillers in Middleton Co. Cork. Ger is a 5th generation cooper who has spent his life working with oak and knows the quality requirements of oak for coopering better than anyone. In recent years, Irish Distillers have been working with Pro Silva Ireland members to sustainably source high quality oak for coopering. Continue reading

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Upcoming ProSilva Ireland field day at Glengarrif, West Cork on Saturday 17 May 2014

This forest field day will concentrate on forests and biodiversity. ProSilva committee member and ecologist Faith Wilson will lead the day with ProSilva Austrian forester Georg Frank. The field day will focus on the theme of forest management and biodiversity enhancement and field day stops will be at various locations in the Glengariff Woods Nature … Continue reading

The Society of Irish Foresters in association with ProSilva Ireland Continuous Cover Forestry Open Forest Day Fri 27 Sept 2013

Upcoming ProSilva Ireland Continuous Cover forest study day in association with the Society of Irish Foresters – all welcome. Date:    Friday, 27th September 2013 Time:        10.00 am Meeting Point:         The entrance to Gurteen Wood, Ballyhooley Forest Directions:    Travel to Ballyhooley on the N72 between Fermoy and Castletownroche in Co. Cork. Take the … Continue reading

Field notes from Pro Silva Open forest day at AFI – Coillte site, Rahin, Co. Kildare

ONE of Coillte’s oldest woods provided a living textbook for Close-to-Nature Continuous Cover forestry at Prosilva Ireland’s summer open forest day, at Rahin Wood, Co. Kildare, April 2013 Continue reading

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