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Trading is an essential skill for anyone who wants to make a living. It’s crucial for entrepreneurs, farmers and other small business owners who want to access funding and grow their businesses. But it’s even more essential for those who want to continue to pursue a career in forestry, as soon as they retire, that is. There are so many opportunities out there for new trees fellers – from solo tree felling adventures to team-ups with industry colleagues – that you have no choice but to take up the trade. And while these jobs can be challenging at times, especially if you’re used to working alone most of the time, there are a few good reasons why we should all consider taking up forestry as our profession rather than a hobby.

What is forestry?

Forestry is the practice of looking after forests, both domestic and international, for human use. The word forestry is a misnomer, since it does not refer to the process of looking after nature’s forests for human use, but to the industry that makes and maintains the forests.

Forestry is a complex and vast industry, with more than 100 distinct species and thousands of individual trees. There are many different types of forestry, but relatively few are suited to solo felling. The most popular type of forestry is modern, with a focus on sugarverbena, tulip and urtica dioica (the weeping willows).

## Why take up the trade as your career?

As the oldest profession in the world, forestry has seen rapid growth in the past few years. More and more people are interested in the trade – not only for its income, but also because of the lack of work available in other areas of the country. Furthermore, the industry employs people of all ages, health and skill levels, so it can be an excellent career field for people who want to branch out from solo tree felling.

Forestry is perhaps most highly regarded for its beauty and its effects on the environment, both physical and virtual. The trees in the forests around us are some of the most gorgeous and rarest in the world. Using your hands, you can touch and feed the trees, shape and shape-modify their growth and survive the rigorous work weeks. The forests are a great source of jobs, aside from the lucrative tree logging and harvesting industries.

Forestry also provides a great source of protein, accounting for almost one-fifth of all vegetable protein in the diet. While other occupations such as palm oil production, further afield, are decent sources of protein, forestry is a reliable source because of its relatively low cost. Forestry also provides a good income, although it’s less lucrative than other forms of manual labor due to the high cost of living in many of the locations.

How to branched out from solo tree felling

As with most career goals, it’s important to have a plan B. Whether you want to become a plantation forester or a forest technician, you have to have a plan C. And once you’ve got a plan C, you can move onto D. To become a plantation forester, for example, you’ll need to grow sugarverbena, tulip and urtica dioica, and other flowers, and eat them as well as some of the leaves, as well as growing such things as sweet potatoes, and selling their products.

To become a forest technician, you’ll need to work with tropical and subtropical trees, learn how to collect data and use remote sensors, and use equipment such as GPS to track your progress. For tropical trees, you’ll also need to collect data and use cameras to video what you’re doing to ensure you’re following proper procedures.

tree-loving friends and family

People love their trees and flowers, and they are very loyal to their friends. This is especially the case if the trees or flowers are the ones you’re growing for. If you choose to grow a lot of your own, you’re likely to become very close with your friend and family members. Once you start taking up the trade, you’ll form strong friendships with others who are interested in the same trade as you.

Forestry is also a wonderful hobby for married couples who are able to exchange ideas and share experiences. You may find that you enjoy working with more than just the old-fashioned way, while your partner may find the trade more challenging. Whatever your relationship preferences, you can always keep looking for new partners with whom you can add to your growing tree falling crew.

Summing up

For the majority of us, the end of the Work-Related Educational Requirements (WRE) and the Start of the Trail (SOT) process are graceful withdrawals. For others, however, the onset of retirement can be a complete surprise. With a few adjustments, you can make your retirement planning look very similar to that of a young professional – and much less overwhelming.

As you begin to relax and enjoy your retirement, you’ll start to realize how much you have to take up the trade as your career. Then, when you are ready to retire, you can take up the career path that best suits you.

Keep in mind that the trade is a combination of many different skill sets. It’s important to make sure you understand the trade and where it best suits you before making any major changes. This way, you won’t be surprised when something unexpected arises – as happens all too often when you make changes in your life.

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