This thirty-second Journal includes information on: National forests and parks; Britain’s forests in 1970; F.A.O. Silvicultural Study Tour, 14th-23rd May, 1963; Royal Scottish Forestry Society: 66th annual excursion—The Borders; Tree planting on the Island of Lewis; Royal Forestry Society of England, Wales and Northern Ireland summer meeting at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, May, 1963; Forestry possibilities in Wales. (Reprinted from The Welsh Outlook, February, 1918 by W. Craven Llewelyn); The forests of Glamorgan; Impressions of forest management in Upper Bavaria; A forester’s first impressions of Denmark; The choice of species; Pinus contorta in Ireland; Lodgepole pine in Ulster; The use and misuse of Sitka spruce; Two kinds of copper beech (translated extract from Mitteilungen der Deutschen Dendrologischen Gesellschaft of a paper by G. Kriissman); A nursery bonus scheme; The use of hop manure in nurseries; The “Rose” six-drill seed sower; Planting in straight lines; Replanting felled conifer areas, including windblow; The season of planting; Planting methods for peat afforestation; Protection of poplar from deer in Wyre forest; A French approach to the improvement of woodlands by enrichment; Air pollution in forestry; Recovery from die-back in larch; Methods of counting roe deer; Mid-Galloway area fire plan; Safety and survival measures in forest fires; Accidentally done on purpose; Power saw safety rules in America; A guide to home-grown timbers; The Forest Products Research Laboratory/Forestry Commission, Home-Grown Timber Research Committee: a review of the first five years’ work; Built of wood; A home-grown timber house; The log cabin of Hendre D du; Reconstruction of Kielder Repair Depot; List of ships launched at Bucklers Hard 1745-1812; Why train delays?; “Pardon me but your slip is showing” or “Leaves from an auditor’s notebook”; Fisherman’s luck; The innocent in Paris; Forestry crossword puzzle; Poems: the aftermath; Y Goedwig W ladol (The state forest); To a worn-out R.L.R. plough discarded at Lightmoor in the Forest of Dean; The Cambio Debarker, a work study assesment; The Cambio Debarker, an engineer’s viewpoint; Cage trap for hares; Winter 1963 at Dartmoor Forest.