AFRICA’S MOST TRUSTED SUPPLIER
OF TREATED WOODEN POLES
AFRICA’S MOST TRUSTED
SUPPLIER OF TREATED
WOODEN POLES

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Police and Forestry clamped down on illegal wood choppers

The North West Department of Forestry and police clamped down on illegal wood choppers in the Hartbeespoort area on Tuesday, confiscating tons of wood from trees chopped down in protected areas. According to the Kormorant, the illegal... Continue Reading

    Tree pests and diseases pose the biggest threat to timber plantation productivity. Controlling pests and diseases in over a million hectares of plantations is no small task, and every year in South Africa, the industry spends tens of millions of Rands on... Continue Reading

This article was shared by the R & B Timbers group from news.trust.org.

Have you ever run your hand across a gleaming table top and wondered where its wood came from? Or asked whose job it was to cut the logs that became your new bookcase? Whose trees... Continue Reading

The following article was shared by The R&B Timber Group from Forests News. Legal frameworks in Zambia, Mozambique and Tanzania suggest ways that investments in landscapes can contribute to sustainable development.

Diamonds, gold, oil, natural gas,... Continue Reading

The following article and video was shared by World Hardwood from Forests News on Timber laws set to shake up local industry.  

Like many areas in Indonesia, the Regency of Berau in East Kalimantan is rich in natural resources such as timber. So naturally... Continue Reading

World Hardwood shared the following article on Sustainable forest management from ITTO. ITTO defines sustainable forest management (sometimes abbreviated to SFM) as:

The process of managing forest to achieve one or more clearly specified objectives of management with... Continue Reading