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for·est·ry

 (fôr′ĭ-strē, fŏr′-)
n.
The science or work of cultivating, maintaining, and developing forests.

forestry

(ˈfɒrɪstrɪ)
n
1. (Forestry) the science of planting and caring for trees
2. (Forestry) the planting and management of forests
3. rare forest land

for•est•ry

(ˈfɔr ə stri, ˈfɒr-)

n.
1. the science of planting and taking care of trees and forests.
2. the process of establishing and managing forests.
3. forestland.
[1685–95; < Middle French foresterie]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.forestry - the science of planting and caring for forests and the management of growing timberforestry - the science of planting and caring for forests and the management of growing timber
undercut - a notch cut in the trunk of tree in order to determine the direction of its fall
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
silviculture - the branch of forestry dealing with the development and care of forests
stool - (forestry) the stump of a tree that has been felled or headed for the production of saplings

forestry

noun woodcraft, silviculture, arboriculture, dendrology (Botany), woodmanship a recognised authority on tropical forestry
Translations
حِراجَه، عِلْم الغاباتحِراجي، في الغابات
lesnílesnictví
forstvæsenskovbrug
erdészeterdészeti
skógræktar-skógræktarfræîi
lesníctvolesný
gozdarstvo
ormanormancılık

forestry

[ˈfɒrɪstrɪ]
A. Nsilvicultura f (Univ) → ingeniería f forestal
B. CPD Forestry Commission N (Brit) → Comisión f del Patrimonio Forestal

forestry

[ˈfɒrɪstri] nsylviculture fForestry Commission n (British) the Forestry Commission → l'Office m des Eaux et Forêts

forestry

forestry

[ˈfɒrɪstrɪ] nselvicoltura

forest

(ˈforist) noun
1. (a large piece of) land covered with trees.
2. an area of land in which animals, especially deer, are kept. a deer forest.
ˈforested adjective
covered with forest.
ˈforester noun
a person who works in a forest or is involved in forestry.
ˈforestry noun
(the science of) growing and looking after forests.
adjective
a forestry worker.
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An official summing up ceremony of 15 years of the Kyrgyz Swiss Forestry Support Programme will be held in the Bishkek Historical Museum on March 11.
THE Welsh forestry sector was in shock last night after the death of its figurehead.
A new provincial energy rebate program to help Northern Ontario's struggling forestry industry received mixed reviews from industry stakeholders.
Concern for depleted timberlands, emergence of professional forestry, awareness of the role of forests in ecosystems, synthesis of a conservation movement, and beginnings of wilderness advocacy, had all contributed to important national developments by the close of the 19th century.
Well-managed woodlands are a great investment for farmers and landowners," says Andy, explaining that good forestry techniques generate a gain in value of twelve to fifteen percent a year.
Echoing the Commission's assessment and the external evaluation, the Court of Auditors report says the EU's overall forestry action is "not sufficiently targeted": the report notes that the projects financed lead to "dispersed and uncoordinated implementation in rural areas.
It was shocking to learn both before and after the devastating fires in October 2003 that most camps do not have forestry plans for their facilities.
The Sustainable Forest Productivity technology platform focused its sessions on issues related to the development and large-scale deployment of softwood clonal forestry, principally loblolly pine.

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