Emerging from discussions within the Small-scale Forestry group of The International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO), Small-scale Forestry was founded in 2002 as Small-scale Forest Economics, Management and Policy. Its aim is to provide an international forum for publishing high quality, peer-reviewed papers on pure and applied research into small-scale forestry.

The journal presents empirical, theoretical, modeling, and methodological papers. The range of topics extends from the role of small-scale forestry in rural development, to financial modeling and decision support systems, to wood harvesting and processing and beyond. The result is a thorough examination of the social, economic and technical dimensions of farm, family, non-industrial and community forestry.

Of particular interest to the global research community, Small-scale Forestry is also useful to both policy makers and forest managers.

  • An international forum for pure and applied research on small-scale forestry
  • Presents empirical, theoretical, modeling, and methodological papers
  • Thoroughly examines the dimensions of farm, family, non-industrial and community forestry

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  • Brett J. Butler
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Journal metrics

1.453 (2019)
Impact factor
1.521 (2019)
Five year impact factor
169 days
Submission to first decision
380 days
Submission to acceptance
27,816 (2019)
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    Small-scale ForestryWe are delighted to provide temporary free access to all articles published in the 'Transformations Towards a New Era in Small Scale Forestry' special issue of Small-scale Forestry.

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    Do environmental worldviews and distrust in science affect those who care for our land?Do environmental worldviews and distrust in science affect those who care for our land?

    Find out with this blog written by Gabriel Hemery, co-author of a recent article published in Small-scale Forestry.

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    As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times.  Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.

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Electronic ISSN
1873-7854
Print ISSN
1873-7617
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Co-publication with John Herbohn, University of the Sunshine Coast and Steve Harrison, University of Queensland
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