Teagasc promotes Continuous Cover Forestry in Ireland

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The growing interest in continuous cover forestry in Ireland is reflected by a new information guide from Teagasc (the Agricultural and Food Development Authority of Ireland).  Details of Continuous Cover Forestry supports can be found on their  website here

Teagasc have also recently published a summary, key benefits, and constraints for Continuous Cover Forestry in the 2019 Irish Forestry and Timber Yearbook (as pictured below). 

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Written by prosilvaireland

Pro Silva Ireland: promoting Close-to-Nature permanent forest management in Ireland since 2000. Join a growing conversation toward continuous cover forestry that prioritises the environmental, social and economic benefits of forests.

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