MEDPINE 3: "Conservation, regeneration and restoration of mediterranean pines and their ecosystem"
Basilicata University/Mediterranea Agronomic Institute of Bari
Bari, Italy, 25-30 September 2005
Special attention will be paid to Pinus halepensis, P. brutia, P. pinea, P. pinaster and P. nigra, although contributions on other species of Mediterranean pine will be welcome.

For further details on the submission of articles, the provisional agenda, enrolment, please download (PDF format)the conference announcement. 

For additionnal information, please consult the website of the Mediterranean Agricultural Institute of Bari.

Rome, Italy, 15-19 March 2005

18 March 2005: meeting of the AFWC/EFC/NEFC Committee on Mediterranean Forestry Questions Silva Mediterranea and working sessions for representatives of Silva Mediterranea member States.

The Committee on Forestry (COFO) is the most important FAO statutory body concerned with forests. The heads of the forestry services and other senior officials from member countries attend the biennial sessions of COFO to review new problems concerning forestry policy and technique, seek solutions, and provide FAO and others with advice on measures to be taken. Other international organizations and a growing number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) take part in the Committee on Forestry. The project on comparative plantations of conifers in the Mediterranean basin was mentioned at theSilva Mediterranea meeting.

A summary note on the project is available

"A dialogue for the genetic diversity" - 5th national meeting of the Genetic Resources Board (Bureau des Ressources Génétiques, BRG)
Institut Supérieur d'Agronomie Rhône-Alpes (ISARA)
Lyon, France, 3-5 November 2004

During this meeting, a poster on the Comparative conifers plantations in Mediterranea project, was presented. To download it in PDF, please clickhere (in French only). 

Genetic Resources Board website

last updated:  Tuesday, September 14, 2010