Help us plant 25,000 trees in London!

Help us plant 25,000 trees in London!

Roll up your sleeves and get involved in London’s biggest ever tree planting weekend on 1st and 2nd December! We’re working with the Mayor of London to plant over 25,000 trees in North, South, West and East London. We’re celebrating our 25th anniversary this year, so we had to plant this many, naturally. Want to join in and make London greener? Click on the link […]

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Regional Forest Practice committees to meet in October

Regional Forest Practice committees to meet in October

Three Regional Forest Practice committees will meet in October to hear updates from the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Private Forests Division and select their Operator of the Year. The committee for Eastern Oregon will meet Thursday, Oct. 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the main lodge of Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Ore. The committees for Northwest Oregon and Southwest Oregon will both meet Thursday, […]

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Defining the concept of maturity stands for cutting

Defining the concept of maturity stands for cutting

The term “mature stands” is conditional and changeable, as with the development of wood processing industry, a special processing technology, with respect to use of forest, stands becomes mature much earlier. The main harvest can be made and the time when the stand is not completely physiologically ripe, ie. when it has not reached the age of physiological maturity – fruiting. This means that some […]

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Forest stand

Forest stand

Dissimilar parts, of which one forest complex consists, in forest management called forest stands. Forest stand is the basic management unit, which is called a part of the forest, which is a unique by its characteristics and that of other parts of the forest differs in one or more essential characteristics. Extracting stands – parsing of forest stands to be made from various aspects and […]

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