The aim of our Forestry Engineering Group is:
To encourage and facilitate the exchange and expansion of knowledge, learning, and communication between the engineers and other professionals who develop, shape, and add value to the infrastructure and products of the countryside, for the overall benefit of society.
We have created a forum for engineers and their associates who work and share an interest in the forest industry to meet and exchange their experience and knowledge. This includes outings, meetings and publishing papers. We organise single day Symposia on special subjects which are a current focus within the industry.
A very successful and well attended Symposium held at Newton Rogg College on 6th September 2018
The full papers are available here.
Click on the links below for papers for the most recent symposia.
2016 - Engineering to Stem the Flow - Lessons Learnt - UK and Europe
2014 - Wildlife, Water and Weather - An Environmental Minefield - Programme / Alan Drake / Debbie Hemming / Dr Mark Webb / Dr Sarah Peers / John Gorman / Precision Decision / Richard Smalley / Tim Harvard
To find out more information please contact Bruce Hamilton, who is the Group Secretary
More information about the group and the complete archive may be found in our member logged in area