SA Forestry Magazine



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SA Forestry Magazine:: The leading forestry magazine in South Africa. Launched in1986 by founding editor, Roger Grafton, SA Forestry magazine has been providing in-depth coverage of the South African forestry industry from seedling to mill since 1986. It is published six times a year – in February, April, June, August, October and December. Over 2 200 copies are mailed out to subscribers, including tree growers, contractors, equipment and service suppliers, forestry/

Irish Timber & Forestry Magazine:: Irish Timber & Forestry Magazine is published every two months. It covers every aspect of the Irish forest industry, including planting, harvesting, sawmilling, timber processing, forest management, etc.

The Navigator Magazine:: Monthly magazine serving the commercial fishing, marine and aquaculture industries in Atlantic Canada and New England. Industry news and commentary on fish harvesting and processing, boat brokerage listings, classified ads.

SLAMMED magazine:: Print publication offering business know-how to restaurant owners and employees, with advertising space for suppliers.

LesPromInform Magazine:: A professional magazine that reviews the Russian timber industry − forestry, logging, woodworking, bioenergy, pulp and paper, furniture manufacture and wooden house building.

TimberLine Magazine:: Offers industry and machinery news for loggers, sawmills, pallet manufacturers and recyclers as well as secondary wood processors.

The Showbox Magazine:: Official print magazine of the Texas Junior Livestock Association. Includes point standings, breeders directory, subscription information, and membership applications.

Ag Youth Magazine:: Provides information about agricultural events and success stories about youth in agriculture.

Range Magazine:: Presents a view of the west from those that live there and the effects to them by those not living or working there.

Smallholder Magazine:: The Smallholder began in about 1910 for small farmers, allotment holders and gardeners. Interestingly many of the articles are similar issues and subjects to those of today. (UK)

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