Diarmuid McAree


Forestry Advisor for Nádúr
BAgrSc, MAgrSc

Formerly Chief Forestry Inspector of the Irish Forest Service, Diarmuid is now a Forestry Consultant and Advisor. During his time with the Forest Service he dealt with all national and international forestry related matters. He is currently a member of the United Nations, Economic Commission for Europe, International Labour Organisation Team of Specialists on Green Jobs in the Forest Sector (based in Geneva) and a Director of Crann – Trees for Ireland.

He has degrees in Forestry, Microbiology, Entomology and Pathology from University College Dublin and the University of Florida. He was Chairman of Woodlands of Ireland and a board member of COFORD (Council for Forest Research and Development). He is a part-time lecturer on Forest Protection at University College Dublin and is Crann’s representative on the Tree Council of Ireland. Diarmuid is an enthusiastic advocate of forest ecotherapy and ecotourism. He believes strongly in the economic, social, and environmental benefits they bring to local communities by the creation of forest trails and guided walks.



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