SA Forestry magazine is published six times a year, in February, April, June, August, October and December.

Magazine Distribution

2 000 copies of the magazine are mailed to subscribers and stakeholders in the South African forestry industry and abroad. They include corporate growers/processors, private commercial tree farmers, community forestry trusts, small growers, forestry co-operatives, foresters, contractors, researchers, academics, consultants, nurseries, sawmillers and processors, services and equipment suppliers, forestry support organisations, DAFF decision-makers, relevant government authorities and stakeholders.

Editorial Coverage

The magazine provides feature articles, news updates, business opportunities and useful information covering the entire forestry value chain from seedling to mill, with the focus on South Africa. Special features include: environment, safety and health, fire prevention, harvesting and silviculture, pests and diseases, education and training, transport and logistics, sawmilling and other processing.

Supplements to SA Forestry Magazine

The SA Forestry magazine team produces a number of posters, supplements and inserts, including:
Posters: inserted free with the magazine.
Annual calendar: inserted free with the December issue of the magazine.

Publishers

SA Forestry magazine is published by Green Forest Media (Pty) Ltd.

Please click HERE to access our magazine advertising rates or CONTACT us for online advertising costs.


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