Subscribe to the SA Forestry 2021 Annual for just R175

November 25, 2020

Dear SA Forestry Readers,

SA Forestry magazine – like most other businesses – has had to adapt to the new reality, and so 2021 sees the start of a whole new chapter in the way we publish. We are excited to announce that from next year onward we will publish one mighty, printed SA Forestry Annual per year.

This will have thicker paper, more pages, and more photos, articles and features about forestry in South Africa than ever before. It will include all the best articles and reviews of the past year in forestry, and will serve both as a historical record of the year and as a showcase for the Forestry Sector going forward.

The first edition of the SA Forestry Annual will be published in November 2021. In order to secure your copy of the Annual, you will need to subscribe. The cost is just R 175.00. Pay by EFT (details at the bottom of this page) and don’t forget to send us your name, contact details and postal address with the payment notification.

Alternatively, you can subscribe to the SAF Annual online on our website.

If you have subscribed to SA Forestry magazine already and still have magazines due to you under that subscription, you will receive the 2021 SA Forestry Annual at no additional cost. Please check in with our Subscription Manager, Debbie Walsh, to ensure your delivery details are correct.

All the info you need to continue to enjoy SA Forestry on our website, eNewsletter and Annual magazine is detailed at the bottom of this page.

Publishing since 1986
SA Forestry has been publishing since 1986, and we will continue to provide the news and info that helps to keep you, our readers, informed and motivated about everything to do with forestry right here on the southern top of Africa.

Chris Chapman
Editor

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SA FORESTRY ANNUAL

EMAIL debbie@saforestrymagazine.co.za, include your name, contact details, postal address and proof of payment, or
PHONE 0827745610 and speak to Debbie who will take your details

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Anywhere in SA – R175
AFRICA – R275
FOREIGN – R475
PDF via email – R75

HOW TO PAY
Pay by EFT…
Banking details:
SA Forestry
First National Bank
Account number: 62360335999

NB: Don’t forget to send us your proof of payment, contact and postal details.

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