Natural forests

More than trees

September 15, 2015 - No Comments

The world’s forests must be recognized as “more than trees”, the XIV World Forestry Congress meeting in Durban, South Africa,…

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Landscape approach to forest conservation

October 2, 2014 - No Comments

With reference to the article ‘Does natural forest size really matter’, published in the February 2013 issue of SA forestry magazine, written by Dr. Coert J. Geldenhuys, Dr Geldenhuys makes both direct, and indirect reference to my PhD thesis (Berliner 2009): a systematic plan for the forest biome of South Africa. The discussion below refers both directly and indirectly to these references...

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Sustainable use of Miombo woodlands

July 23, 2014 - No Comments

When is the use of fuel wood and poles from Miombo woodland sustainable – when we move people out to protect the woodlands, or when we apply simple silvicultural practices to sustain resource use for rural livelihoods?

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Subscribe and win Husqvarna Brushcutter

3 November, 2017

Subscribe here (or renew your subscription) to SA Forestry…

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The old tradition of horse logging

28 September, 2017

Horse logging is an age-old tradition long since replaced…

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Subscribe and win fantastic wood book

6 September, 2017

Subscribe (or renew your subscription) to SA Forestry magazine…

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Bell and Lonagro team up in Mozambique and Malawi

6 September, 2017

Bell Equipment has announced that Lonagro Mozambique has been…

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Environmental Management Guidelines updated

6 September, 2017

Forestry South Africa (FSA) has released the third version…

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