Best Whishes 2018

Dear forest friends

Best wishes to all off you for 2018

From IFFA, International Family Forestry Alliance

  • Published: 05.01.2018
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  • My neighbour and fellow family forest owner, Terry Young and I are discussing next winter's fire wood supply and exchanging best new year wishes for us and all our family forestry friends, amidst the cold and snow of eastern Canada, says Peter deMarsh (right) (Photo: Susan Young)

    The work of IFFA depends entirely on good collaboration among our members, and with our partners. May 2018 bring continued cooperation in our shared goal to promote family forestry world-wide!

    Best wishes for the new year from IFFA Chair

    Peter deMarsh

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