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All Submissions on Forestry Programme 2014 - 2020 available on Department website.


  
 

 
NEWS:

'Hayes launches the ITGA's new master timber sales agreement'
by William Merivale
(Irish Independent,
29 July 2014)


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Welcome to the Irish Timber Growers Association

The Irish Timber Growers Association (ITGA) was formed in 1977 to support the development and expansion of private sector forestry in Ireland and to represent and inform woodland owners.
It is now the recognised national representative body of private woodland owners in Ireland. The Association is particularly concerned that private plantations achieve their maximum potential by the implementation of good forest management practises throughout their rotation.


Pictured at recent launch of Template Master Tree Sales Agreement

Pictured at the recent launch of Template Master Tree Sales Agreement were Brendan Lacey, ITGA Chairman; Donal Whelan, ITGA Technical Director; and Tom Hayes T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

25th Edition of ITGA Yearbook

2014 ITGA Forestry Yearbook

The 2014 ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook now available


Pictured at recent fieldday to Wexford

Participants at ITGA field day to
Burke and Lesley Corbett's woodlands in Gusserane, New Ross, Co. Wexford

Membership Benefits
          Membership Form Membership Form  

Membership Benefits:
• Representation
• Information
  Association Newsletters
Industry Yearbook/Directory
Private Roundwood Prices
Field days
 Forest Research Information
Conference/Seminar
Many Other Benefits....

ITGA Publications
 
ITGA Publications

Annual Yearbook

 
ITGA Publications

Newsletters

The 2014 ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook is now available for purchase Online
 

Timber Sales Dispatch System


Model Timber Sales Dispatch System for Private Timber Growers

Available for downloading     208Kb

A project undertaken by the Irish Timber Growers Association to facilitate the active management of woodlands, through encouraging thinning of plantations by providing a model system for timber sales dispatch from forests for use by private sector growers

Funded by the Forest Service
of the Department of Agriculture,
Fisheries and Food under the
National Development Plan 2007-2013


ITGA Docket Books available from ITGA Secretariat

A5 size 4-part timber sale dockets for use with the Model Timber Sales System is now available for Members from ITGA Secretariat. (25 dockets per book)
Price € 11.50 (incl. VAT) + P&P

Other Documents for Downloading...


Met Eireann Website   Met Éireann Fire Weather Index

Available February - October

For the most recent 5 day Fire Weather Index click on the following Links:

Condition Orange (High Fire Risk Warning) (June 2014)
Forest Service recently issued Condition Orange Alert (High Fire Risk Warning).
This Fire Warning will remain in place until further notice.

See also Department notices on www.agriculture.gov.ie

 Fire Weather Index - Last 5 Days

 Fire Weather Index - 5 Days ahead

  Conference Proceedings Irish Forestry & BioEnergy Show, Stradbally, May 2013

Eanna Ni Lamhna at Forestry 2013
Eanna Ni Lamhna talking to a captivated audience in ITGA Yearbook Conference Centre in Stradbally, May 2013

  Conference Proceedings Irish Forestry & BioEnergy Show, Birr, May 2011

Forestry Bill 2013 Draft Forestry Bill 2013

To view ITGA submission on the above Bill, see link below:

ITGA submission on Forestry Bill 2013


ITGA Submission on Forestry Taxation October 2012ITGA Submission on Forestry Taxation - October 2012

Letter to Minister for Finance - October 2012ITGA Letter to Minister for Finance - October 2012


Other ITGA submissions can be found on the Downloads page


What it says in the Media

Links to articles on forestry related subjects in the Irish Media.

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Irish Timber Growers Association, 17 Castle Street, Dalkey, County Dublin, Ireland.
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