SA Forestry goes digital from 2021!

Download the final edition of SA forestry magazine for free or view the magazine online in the flipbook at the bottom of this story...

Download link: SA Forestry magazine, November 2020

The November edition will be the last regular printed edition of SA Forestry. From January 2021 we will be primarily publishing our trademark forestry news and features on this website as well as a monthly, digital SA Forestry eNewsletter that will be mailed out free to stakeholders via email.

In addition, we will publish one mighty, printed SA Forestry Annual per year. Read all about the new SA Forestry Annual HERE.

Browse SAF Magazine, November edition below...

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With the onset of what promises to be a cold winter, this photo provides a timely reminder of what happens to wattle trees when it snows. No! It’s not a good idea to plant wattle if snow is a possibility. The only thing you could use these broken trees for is firewood. The photo was taken near Weza a few years ago. Find out more about trees and snow... Link in bio. #trees #wood #forestry #timber #logging #forestryafrica #wattle #snow ...

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