There are two forest walks scheduled over the coming weeks. These are a great opportunity to learn a little more about how your forestry is managed and the benefit of looking after your stand. A long term view is always preferable with your forests at the centre of any plan.
Green Belt - Your Forestry, Your Future
Since 1982 Green Belt has established more than 400,000 acres of new forestry across Ireland. Through sustainable forestry management techniques, they have enhanced the environmental, social and economic value of the forest to the owners and the community.
The private estate is evolving in Ireland. Proactive investment, predominantly indigenous, is adding further value to a fragmented estate. There are vast opportunites to become involved in the revolution.
Green Belt takes immense pride in delivering full service forestry management to each of its clients. The private forestry industry is evolving and more diverse and alternative uses for timber are emerging.
Since its inception in 1982, Green Belt has established 400,000 acres of private forestry. This fragmented estate is bursting with potential (and wildlife). The benefits to the forest owner are quite obvious (Grants, premiums, timber value etc.) but the value to the wider community is often unrecognised. Forestry in Ireland employs more than 12,000 people, mainly in rural communities and delivers €2.3 billion to the Irish economy annually.
The timber harvested from Irish forestry serves all the main sawmills across the country as well as providing biomass and pulp material to end users.
Latest from Green Belt
The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21 March the International Day of Forests (IDF) in 2012. The Day celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of all types of forests.
Green Belt would like to invite you to an information evening on Thursday, March 28th. Please see the invitation here
As a further commitment to enhancing the areas we operate in, Green Belt is engaging in a project to develop conservation action plans for key special areas of conservation and carry out crucial conservation works in order to bring these sites back into favourable condition.