IFFA Annual Meeting 2008

The meeting will be held Tuesday and Wednesday 29 October 2009 in Canberra Australia in connection with the 6th International Forest Owners’ Congress and the PEFC General Assembly.

  • Published: 28.10.2008
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • There will be a special targeted forestry excursion and farmhouse tour Tuesday 28 October 2008, a reception and dinner Tuesday afternoon and the IFFA Annual Meeting 2008 will take place Wednesday 29 October. The program Wednesday 29 October starts with the 6th International Forest Owners’ Congress and the IFFA Annual Meeting 2008 will begin at 16h30. The Board is exploring the possibility of representatives attending the meeting via teleconference connection, then keeping in mind that the annual meeting in scheduled at local Canberra time, that for the moment is GMT + 11, since their daylight savings time has started for their summer season. Please send an e-mail to Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken if you would like to have telephone access to the meeting. As attachment, you will find the invitation to the members, booking for and accommodation booking form, the agenda and the papers for the general assembly. The IFFA Annual Meeting will be at The Pavillion on Northbourne, 242 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson ACT 2602, Canberra. The reception and dinner Tuesday night will be at the Courgette Restaurant, 54 Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra.

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