Oslo Workshop

  • Published: 20.10.2015
  • Published by: Ivar Legallais-Korsbakken
  • A workshop on “Policies and programs which encourage production of timber from family forest and small producers” will be organized by IFFA in Oslo, Norway, 20-21 October 2015.
    After the workshop, there is an optional two days excursion in Norway and Sweden.

    The workshop is hosted by the Norwegian Forest Owners’ Federation in collaboration with IFFA and the Forest and Farm Facility.

    All IFFA members and G3 and FFF partners are invited.

    Please register your interest as soon as possible, and not later than 25 September, to
    post@familyforestry.net or phone +47.900.36.471 for more information.

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