CCFG webinar: A long-term study of transformation to CCF in Sitka spruce in Ireland

Thursday 23 February 2023 @4-5pm With¬†Ted Wilson There is growing interest in the wider adoption of continuous cover forestry (CCF) in Ireland. This is linked strongly to woodland owner preferences for closer-to-nature forest management, climate adaptation policy and wider societal…

Autumn field day and AGM 2022

Saturday 1st Oct 2022Registration from 10:30am Teagasc Ballyhaise Agricultural College, Ballyhaise, Co. Cavanhttps://goo.gl/maps/VsZHtjiXLFkD9Vkt911am sharp: Visit Ballyhaise woodland on foot1pm: Lunch in Ballyhaise followed by AGMShort drive to Coillte Oakwood, Co. Cavanhttps://goo.gl/maps/F2u2fmJtdPwpFa4v8 2.15pm Tour of Oakwood on foot4pm approx. Completion of field dayWe look forward to seeing…

Growing quality timber in native woodlands through continuous cover forestry

This presentation explores CCF opportunities and synergies between production and conservation management in Irish Native Woodland. It was presented by Pro Silva Ireland committee member Jonathan Spazzi at the recent Native Woodland Conference held in Wicklow 30th April 1st of…