Interview with Dr. Deni Bown on her Work on Endangered Tree Species in Nigeria

Picture: (c) Deni Bown By Paul Ademujimi Babatunde and Samuel Adeyanju Deni Bown is a freelance writer, photographer, and consultant. She specializes in botany, gardening, herbs, trees and natural history; her work covers many different aspects of the plant world. Her first book, Ariods, was originally published in 1988 and was followed by two others: … Continue reading Interview with Dr. Deni Bown on her Work on Endangered Tree Species in Nigeria

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The Joint IUFRO-IFSA Task Force on Forest Education – Current and Future Activities

Picture, (c) Magdalena Lackner by Katharina Albrich Magdalena Lackner is one of the coordinators of the Joint IUFRO-IFSA Task Force on Forest Education. She is currently completing her Master’s in Forest Sciences at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) in Vienna, Austria. Magdalena has been volunteering for IFSA in different positions over the … Continue reading The Joint IUFRO-IFSA Task Force on Forest Education – Current and Future Activities

Semarak Kehutanan (The Spirit of Forestry) 2016, Transforming the Benefit of Forests in the 21st Century

Text and picture by Mahtuf Ikhsan (Indonesia) Forests play an important role in how we combine our actions in harmony with the balance of nature, a relationship that is threatened through increasing levels of deforestation, thus making it one of the most popular issues of the new millennium. In order to raise awareness on this … Continue reading Semarak Kehutanan (The Spirit of Forestry) 2016, Transforming the Benefit of Forests in the 21st Century