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an area of woodland, historically, one owned by the sovereign and set apart as a hunting ground with its own laws and officers.
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4 March 2015 - US-based forestry management consulting businesses Bird Forestry and The Crawford Forestry Group have merged to create Bird and Crawford Forestry, a division of Advanced Ecology, Ltd.
The department at Bangor University is one of the oldest forestry departments in the UK and was the first to offer a degree in the subject.
Ian Forshaw, director of Forestry Commission Wales, collapsed at a conference in York on Thursday evening.
Premier Dalton McGuinty chose the hit-hard forestry City of Thunder Bay, Nov.
It may be slower than using modern forestry machines, but there are clear benefits to the low-tech ways of working the land.
Definition: The report says the concepts on which the EU's forestry strategy is based - sustainability and multi-functionality - are "vague", making the added value of EU support "difficult to assess.
My education in forestry began by going to other camp directors and administrators.
The mission of the Agenda 2020 forestry team is clear: support and encourage R & D needed to achieve substantial and sustainable increases in forest productivity.
THE reshaping of the administration of forestry across Britain has been agreed by Rural Development Minister Michael German and his fellow forestry ministers following the recommendations of the Forestry Devolution Review.
The FSC was founded in 1993 by a coalition of timber, forestry, environmental and indigenous people's groups from 25 countries.
The association of forestry companies (APHI) said 70% of forestry business activities are illegal.

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