You can now be a timber manager for the next 100 years.

For those who are interested, you will need to start as soon as you can, with a minimum of 12 months. 

To become a manager you will have to: 1.

Learn about timber management, from the start, and from an early age.


Work closely with the forest management staff, the timber companies and their partners.


Keep timber stocks stable in the face of changing conditions.


Manage a timber market where timber is sold, exchanged or delivered, and managed in line with the needs of local communities. 

The next 100 to 200 years of timber management will be a time of great uncertainty for most, with the potential for many to lose their jobs. 

In an age when the world’s supply chains are shifting and the world is warming, and many of us rely on the natural resources of our environment for food and livelihoods, it’s important that we all work together to make sure we are doing everything we can to ensure that we can ensure that the world we all love and care about survives. 

For more information, contact the Sport Bible.