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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

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

ProSilva Ireland attends first international Continuous Cover forestry conference in UK

A number of ProSilva Ireland members recently attended the Continuous Cover forestry conference in the UK. It was a comprehensive conference with a number of field trips, covering topics on management approaches,  timber quality, biodiversity, economics, ancient woodland restoration and policy developments, with speakers from across the UK and beyond. From Ireland, Aine ni Dhubhain … Continue reading

Recent ProSilva Ireland 2011 Open Forest day at Joe Barry’s farm, Larch Hill Stud, Kilcock, Co. Kildare and AGM – ALL WELCOME

Update 18 Oct 2011: Joe Barry wrote an article in the Irish Independent on this ProSilva Event in “Working with nature rather than against it should ensure we benefit financially” by Joe Barry, Oct 18, Irish Independent http://www.independent.ie/farming/news-features/working-with-nature-rather-than-against-it-should-ensure-we-benefit-financially-2908425.html

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