FORESTRY Journal’s editorial team has grown with the appointment of Jack Haugh to the role of deputy editor.

A talented multimedia journalist and award-winning feature writer with a background in newspapers, Jack will be working across both the Forestry Journal and essentialARB titles, with a particular focus on their digital output.

Jack said: “I am absolutely delighted to have joined Forestry Journal at this exciting time for the industry. While I have only been in the role for about a month, it is already clear there is so much going on and even more to come in the future. 

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“Coming from a newspaper background, an exciting challenge lies ahead and I am looking forward to using my skills to help take Forestry Journal to the next level as the title continues to flourish in 2022.”

Forestry Journal managing editor John McNee said: “I am thrilled to have Jack join the Forestry Journal team at such an exciting time for the magazine and the industry.

“I’m certain his particular skillset, energy and enthusiasm will be tremendous assets, helping us to grow and better serve our readership.”