In the light of recent government advice regarding the spread of COVID-19 and attempts to slow the transmission within the wider community, DGA Forestry have put the following policies in place in order to ensure we can continue to meet the needs of our clients during this period of uncertainty. All staff will be working from home with full access to office resources. If you need to get in touch with a particular member of staff, please use their mobile or email. We are limiting all non-essential meetings and travel – however site operations will be continued to be monitored but with increased awareness of current guidelines regarding social distancing. There will inevitably be some disruption to work programmes over the coming weeks, we will be in regular contact with our clients to advise of any issues that arise and do our best to minimise the impact. We will continue to review the situation and will update our procedures accordingly. We wish all our clients and colleagues across the industry our best during this challenging period.
DGA Forestry are looking to recruit a forest manager to join our team in Dumfries. For more information please see the careers page of our website.
DGA Forestry feature in the latest edition of the FSC’s Forest Matters newsletter. You can read the interview here: https://www.fsc-uk.org/en-uk/about-fsc/what-is-fsc/case-studies/forest-management/dga-celebrate-decades-of-certification
We are delighted to welcome two new members of staff to DGA Forestry. Ellie Smith and Tom Winter are both graduates from Bangor University and join us as Graduate Forest Managers. Please see our people page for more information.
We are currently looking to recruit a forest manager to join our team in Dumfries. Please see our careers page for more details.
Sandy Anderson was recently invited to contribute to the Glasgow Herald’s annual forestry supplement. The supplement is an overview of the current state of the sector, with articles and interviews with many well respected figures in the industry You can read Sandy’s interview here: Glasgow Herald Forestry Supplement
We are pleased to welcome Sam Huddleston to DGA Forestry. Sam is joining us from Forestry commission England, where he was working in Kielder as a beat manager. Please head over to the people page of our website for more information.
Due to a steady increase in workload, we are looking to recruit an experienced forest manager to our team in Dumfries. For more information please see the careers page of our website.
DGA Forestry are delighted to welcome Minna Kujala to our team. Originally from Finland, Minna joins as a graduate forest manager. Please see our people page for more information on Minna and the rest of the team.
We are looking to recruit an experienced forest manager to join our team in Dumfries. For more information please see our careers page.
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