IFFA Annual Meeting 2011

  • Published: 11.10.2011
  • Published by: Wendelin Gravenreuth
  • Dear IFFA Members and colleagues,

    on behalf of the Ms. Lea Jylhä, IFFA President, you are kindly invited to the 2011 General Assembly of the International Family Forest Alliance in Graz, Austria October 11th 2011.

    The surrounding events of the IFFA General Assembly 2011 are the;
    • Conference on Forest Economics, 11th October
    • AUSTROFOMA 12th October – an international exhibition and demonstration fair for forest technique, sawmills etc. Please read more at www.austrofoma.at (all information on that internet page can also be viewed in English).
    The Conference on Forest Economics will have an international outlook with speakers from the IFFA network amongst others Prof. Sten Nilson. The internationally-known Austrofoma fair will give you the possibility to see the latest developments and innovations of the forest sector.

    Best regards,
    Wendelin Gravenreuth
    Project manager

    See the IFFA Invitation

    See the draft agenda and practical arrangements

    IFFA 2011 Annual Meeting documents:
    2010 Annual Meeting minutes
    Chair’s report
    Economic report
    Membership fees 2012
    Work program 2011-2013
    Election of the Board
    Election of the Nomination Committee 


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