• Researchers find encouraging signs that land has the potential to recover towards a natural state after clearfelling a commercial timber block to create biodiversity corridors in a plantation estate…

  • Business is steaming ahead for UCL in the KZN midlands, providing hope to its shareholders and a continued livelihood to workers and small-scale growers in the surrounding community despite the challenges of the global COVID-19 epidemic…

  • SA Forestry journalist-at-large JUSTIN NYAKUDANGA chats to small-scale growers and a transport contractor, to find out how they are doing amidst the carnage of the Covid-19 pandemic, the subsequent Lockdown, depressed timber markets and a severely disrupted economy…

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Water Use Licence amendments

20 May, 2020

FSA reports that after years of engagement with the…

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‘Survival’ the key for small-scale growers

20 May, 2020

SA Forestry journalist-at-large JUSTIN NYAKUDANGA chats to small-scale growers…

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Forestry events postponed or Zoom-ed

19 May, 2020

Covid virus lockdown and business disruptions have seen a…

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Two new heads from Waratah

18 May, 2020

When it comes to harvester heads, diversity is key….

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New book focuses on insect conservation

12 May, 2020

Stellenbosch University’s Prof Michael Samways has penned a new…

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