The ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook is an annual Irish Timber Growers Association publication and is regarded as the definitive directory and reference yearbook for the Irish forest industry.
The ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook is a substantial colour publication containing a comprehensive set of industry statistics and an extensive directory of services for the sector.
Recent editions of the Yearbook have expanded beyond the confines of the forestry and timber industry to include all aspects of the renewable energy sector, environmental consultancy, mapping services, research, education, etc. Copies of the Current Edition can be ordered from our Online shop.
All directory listings featured in the Current ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook are included in this Online Directory.
For information on booking an advertisement in the 2025 Edition of the Forestry & Timber Yearbook, please contact the Advertising Co-ordinator, Ben Quinn (Tel: 071 9645380)
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The ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook is circulated annually in December to all sectors of the Irish Forest Industry including timber growers, wood processors and their customers, the timber trade, forest companies, contractors, foresters, forestry consultants, State agencies and financial institutions as well as the media.
The ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook is launched each year by the Minister of State for Forestry.
Senator Pippa Hackett, Minister with responsibility for forestry, launched the 2024 ITGA Forestry & Timber Yearbook. Pictured at the launch from L to R, Joseph Spollen of Bord na Mona (Yearbook co-sponsors), Mechteld Schuller, Irish Timber Growers Association (ITGA), Brendan Lacey (Chair ITGA), Donal Whelan (ITGA), Minister with responsibility for Forestry at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Senator Pippa Hackett and Donal Magner (Yearbook Editor). [Not featured: Yearbook co-sponsors Coillte and Murray Timber Group]; Photo: Eoin O'Driscoll
For more information on the production of the Forestry & Timber Yearbook, see www.forestryyearbook.ie