Dates for your Diary

 

ITGA plans a number of events annually.
We have a range of field events planned for 2024. Details are listed below. 
ITGA members will be circulated with itineraries and details of events and further information will be posted on this site as it becomes available. For further details, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Field days in 2024 will include an ITGA-IForUT themed woodland walk to the 2019 RDS-FS Forestry Award winning Clonad Woodlands.

  • Friday April 12th 2024: ITGA field day in association with Bord na Mona on Biomass Production and visit to the Edenderry Power Plant. 
  • Friday May 24th 2024: ITGA field day on Continuous Cover Forestry in association with Pro Silva Ireland. 
  • Friday June 14th 2024: ITGA field day in association with the CJ Sheeran Group to Coolrain sawmill and the CJ Sheeran Group facility in Mountrath, Co. Laois.
  • Friday July 12th 2024: ITGA field day in association with the Irish Forestry Unit Trust to Knockshanvo Woodlands, Broadford, Co. Clare.
  • Sunday August 25th 2024: Woodland Festival, Clonalis Estate, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon - organised by Western Forestry Co-op.
  • Friday  September 27th 2024: ITGA field day in association with the Irish Forestry Unit Trust to Clonad, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. Clonad Forest Food Walk & Wild Food Foraging Open Day.
  • Friday October 25th 2024 : ITGA field day in association with Western Forestry Co-op to North West.

'Let's Talk Forestry' YouTube Series

This DAFM funded project, 'Let's Talk Forestry' YouTube Series, undertaken by Linda Coghlan (Forester and narrator) and Ryan Conway (Film maker and editor) in association with ITGA, consists of a series of twelve monthly videos showcasing a forest owner's journey from the decision to plant through the various stages of establishing and managing a forest.  Each month, starting in January 2024,  a different forest owner is being interviewed and asked to share their thoughts about forestry. From the decision to plant in episode 1, right through to felling and timber uses in episode 12. 

Webinar Series

Following on from the November 2021 series of webinars, ITGA in conjunction with FORESTRY.IE and with the support of the Irish Farmers Journal, hosted another a series of webinars in 2022.
Duration of each webinar was approx. 1½ hours.
This Webinar initiative received funding approval from DAFM under the Woodland Support Projects 2021/2022

Past Webinar Dates and Themes:

  • Thursday 31st March 2022  - 'Use of Earth observation, Satellite and Drone Technology in Forestry' 
  • Thursday 10th March 2022 - 'Encouraging Biodiversity in Forests'
  • Thursday 10th February 2022 - 'Forest Fire Prevention & Control' 

Recordings of these and other past webinars are available on https://www.forestry.ie/insights and on our Webinar page.

Event Planner 2024

Wider 2024 Forestry Events 

Dates and venues listed in the above Event Planner in the 2024 ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook may be subject to change, due to the nature of the publication date. See above list of ITGA events, for most up to date information on the 2024 ITGA events. For more information on other third-party events, please contact the event organisers.

Other Forestry Events

FORESTRY.IE - Forestry Events Calendar
Society of Irish Foresters' events
CPD programme for Forestry Professionals Upcoming events
Teagasc Forestry events

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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