Commonwealth Forestry Association (CFA)
1921 London UK
Founded following resolution at 1st Empire Forestry Conference, Jul 1920, London, as Empire Forestry Association Incorporated by Royal Charter, Nov 1921; and by Supplemental Royal Charters: 1962, when present title was adopted, and 1981.
Promote for public benefit the science and practice of forestry; advance education in the value of trees and forests for the conservation of wildlife, soil and water resources, amenity and recreation; promote research into efficient and sustained production of timber resources, and interrelationships between trees and site fertility, for both forestry and agriculture; stimulate general recognition of beneficial influence of forests over climate; provide means of communication for those concerned with forestry and forest problems.
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