Season’s greetings 2015

Once again, another year has flown by, and we find ourselves in the middle of December 2015! Towards the end of last year, we had hoped to host a small conference in the middle of this year, but unfortunately, we were unable to make it happen. However, the seed of that idea remains viable, albeit somewhat dormant at this stage, but we will do our best to get it to germinate at some stage in the near future!

Slowly, but surely, the number of blog followers have increased, and we now have around 30-35 followers. It is a reasonable improvement compared to having around 15-20 followers last year, but we need more! This blog is the primary mechanism for communication for our IUFRO Unit 2.09.03 and it is important that we use this as a useful communication tool. So, please tell your friends and colleagues about our blog and ask them to sign up to receive updates (we promise not to send too many), and do send us any information that you may wish to share on the blog.

We trust that 2015 has been a successful year, and that your research is progressing steadily.

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” – Robert Louis Stevenson

Wishing you all the very best over the Festive Season, and for the New Year ahead!

Shelagh and Marnie

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