Travel treasure troves in the trees Submission Details
Author: SAMANTHA CHOLES from Forestry South Africa.
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Forestry South Africa
Forestry South Africa (FSA) is South Africa’s largest forestry organisation representing growers of timber in South Africa. Membership includes 11 active corporate forestry companies, approximately 1,300 commercial timber farmers and some 20,000 small scale growers who between them own or control no less than 93% of the total plantation area in the country.
The international Forest Stewardship Council (FSC®) has certified more than 80% of the country’s land reserved for plantation forestry, making South Africa’s forestry industry the most certified in the world. Some 30% of this land is not planted to trees. Instead, it is conserved for biodiversity in the form of grasslands, wetlands, indigenous forests and savannah.
Developed by FSA, Forestry Explained is a hub of information on the fundamentals of commercial forestry and forest products. The website provides links to other resources for those who want more detail. Click here to explore South Africa’s commercial forests.
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SUBMIT Your Press Release HERE
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