Teagasc promotes Continuous Cover Forestry in Ireland

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…

Crown thinning is Sitka spruce in TranSSFor Project (Ted Wilson)

Report on Pro Silva Ireland early stage transformation in Ballycullen farm forest conifer plantation

The Pro Silva Ireland 2019 Spring Field Day was held on April 27th in Ballycullen Forest in Ashford, Co. Wicklow and was kindly hosted by Sandra and Lasse Jorgensen. Padriag O Tuama has written a report on the day below …

The Hollywood Forest Story: an ongoing eco-social art practice for permanent forestry in Ireland and elsewhere

Long-term Pro Silva Ireland committee member and our webmaster Cathy Fitzgerald, was selected as artist of the month by the international art.earth network. Pro Silva Ireland's committee reflects the diversity of folk involved in forestry and woodland  on the island…