• ITGA – Giving Growers a Voice

    • Be Informed
    • Be Represented
    • Be Part of a Larger Growers Network
  • ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook

    • 208 Pages
    • Forestry Information
    • Timber Prices
    • Statistics
    • Directory of Services
  • ITGA Newsletters

    • 16-Page Publications
    • Spring, Summer & Autumn Issues
    • Field day information
    • Forest Management Updates
    • New Initiatives
  • ITGA Field Days

    • Meet other woodland owners
    • Learn from the experience of others
    • Discuss current forestry topics
    • Enjoy an informative day in the forest
  • Timber Sales Systems

    • Template Tree Sales Agreement
    • Timber Sales Dispatch System

    Wood Price Quarterly (WPQ)

    Independently compiled Quarterly Average Private Timber Price Information 

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 mandate of the Association is to promote forestry and sustainable forest management practices to ensure that private forest plantations achieve their maximum potential.

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Welcome to our new ITGA website

Check out our recent submissions to DAFM on Draft National Climate & Air Roadmap for the Agriculture Sector and the Revised DAFM approach to and supports for plantations impacted by Ash Dieback Disease in our Submissions Page.

You will find a range of useful links in our Links Page, such as a link to the Mackinnon Report entitled 'Review of Approval Processes for Afforestation in Ireland'

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A number of ITGA field days are planned for the coming year and we encourage members to attend whenever they can, as the field days offer a great opportunity to see current forest management practices and to meet like-minded growers.

Forestry enhances the sustainability of the agriculture sector through its environmental and climate change mitigation and adaptation roles. Forests also positively contribute to our biodiversity, recreation, water protection and flood prevention, renewable energy, air filtration/pollution removal and consequently can play a significant role in climate change adaptation within the agricultural sector.
(Extract from recent ITGA submission on Climate Change Adaptation Plan)

Met Éireann Fire Weather Index

Available February - October

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

See also DAFM Fire Danger Notices on www.agriculture.gov.ie

Every year in Ireland, several hundred hectares of forests and woodland are destroyed by fire. For more information on Forest Fire Prevention, see Reducing the risk of Forest Fire

ABOUT ITGA

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.
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CONTACT US

Irish Timber Growers Association
17 Castle Street
Dalkey
County Dublin
A96 AH57
Ireland
Phone: + 353 1 2350520
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