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Exploring the forests of Luxembourg during the 9th Annual Meeting of the Integrate Network: A Journey about Forest Resilience- and Conservation
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Exploring the forests of Luxembourg during the 9th Annual Meeting of the Integrate Network: A Journey about Forest Resilience- and Conservation

A warm welcome to Luxembourg Despite a chilly autumn at our doorstep, on the 4th of October, we were warmly welcomed by the chair of the Integrate Network, Michel Leytem (ANF), as he opened the 9th Annual Meeting of the Integrate Network held in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. There were about 94 participants across 3 days from...

9th Annual Meeting of the Integrate Network
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9th Annual Meeting of the Integrate Network

From October 4 to 6 the current Chair of the Network, invites it’s members and friends to Luxembourg for the 9th Annual Meeting with the purpose to discuss integrative forest management. This year’s discussions will be focused on how different forest functions and ecosystem services can be integrated in forest management. For more questions: info(at)integratenetwork.org...

Teagasc Forestry Development Department (FDD) organises 6 “marteloscope” workshops in Oak Park forest
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Teagasc Forestry Development Department (FDD) organises 6 “marteloscope” workshops in Oak Park forest

Teagasc Forestry Development Department (FDD) continues its innovative “outdoor classroom” forestry training programme with 6 busy “marteloscope” workshops in Oak Park forest. During April and May this year Teagasc FDD organised a series of workshops in the outdoor training facility installed in the forests of Teagasc Oak Park, Carlow. The workshops drew significant interest and...

Integrative forest management requires integrative solutions
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Integrative forest management requires integrative solutions

Good practices for engaging different perspectives on forests. Register now for the next Integrate Webinar! How can we manage our forests in the best way – both beneficial for nature and people? How can we integrate different forest functions and ecosystem services, and address trade-offs in forest management? What can we do to improve the communication...

Discussions on Mediterranean mixed forest silvicultural scenarios: the Collemeluccio Marteloscope
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Discussions on Mediterranean mixed forest silvicultural scenarios: the Collemeluccio Marteloscope

Forest technicians, master students, forest researchers, and carabinieri forestali visited the Collemeluccio (Italy) Marteloscope on the International Day of Forests (21 March 2023) to discuss silvicultural scenarios of a Mediterranean mixed forest. Colemeluccio forest is a mixed conifer and broadleaves forest representing one exceptional refugia of silver fir Mill. belonging to the Apennine Mountains. There...

Summer school: Blue-green biodiversity. Research and practice and the interface of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems
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Summer school: Blue-green biodiversity. Research and practice and the interface of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems

The WSL Biodiversity Center and the Blue-Green Biodiversity Research Initiative are pleased to announce their upcoming “Summer school: Blue-green biodiversity. Research and practice and the interface of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems”, to be held in August 2023 in Davos, Switzerland.  Freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems are closely interconnected, but they are often studied in isolation from each other. In the context...

Practical marteloscope excercise at Monte de Valsaín (Spain)
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Practical marteloscope excercise at Monte de Valsaín (Spain)

By Miguel Ramírez López (Tragsatec/MITECO). On the 20th of October, as part of the 8th Annual Meeting of the European Integrate Network, a practical exercise was performed at Monte de Valsaín marteloscope using the I+ software by 46 participants coming from 13 different European countries, including 2 representatives from the European Commission. After a first...

8th Annual Integrate Network Meeting: Looking for common approaches for multifunctional forests in Europe
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8th Annual Integrate Network Meeting: Looking for common approaches for multifunctional forests in Europe

A great asset of an European-wide network, such as the Integrate Network, is to regularly meet and exchange with many interesting colleagues from across Europe on a wide range of highly relevant forest-related topics and issues! Especially rewarding is to visit Integrate Network members in their home countries and get in-depth insight to forests, their...