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Managing Broadleaf Woodlands under Continuous Cover Forestry (CCF) Teagasc, in association with the Northeast Forestry Group has organised a forest walk on Tuesday23rd April, in...

This project is aimed at forest owners who wish to showcase their forestry to the next generation and add value to their forestry enterprise by...

“The Making of a Rye River Seasonal’ Some Spruce tips were used from one of the North East Forest Certification Club member’s forest (Martin Barrett...

Requirements & Public Notifications Phase 2 – Forestry Licence Viewer (FLV) ​ Circular 01 2021 Phase 2 Forestry Licence Viewer.pdf Forestry Licence Viewer (FLV) Please...

Please click here for reporting, by e-mail, Ash dieback to the Forest Service.   Include your name and address and your contract number with your e-mail.  Ideally,...

Our Certification Group Members have undergone their Audit for their five year Group Certification certificate.  We are now working with the Irish Forest Owners (IFO)...

The North East Forestry Group (NEFG) have recently completed their fourth Knowledge Transfer Group (KTG) .This program is funded by the DAFM. This KTG programme is held...

Our new look Group website has been developed with thanks to Frances Ball and Simon McDermott.  As always, if you have any information that would...

Last year was a very busy year for the project.  In February, we went to Oak Park in Co Carlow to learn about the Marteloscope...