Agriculture icons - Forestry, Wood Industry (PPT flat clipart)

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33 flat icons (23 slides)

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Flat Agriculture Icons for infographics and presentations of Forestry and Wood Industry - 33 complex multicolor PPT vector symbols

Further Resources about Forestry and Wood Industry:

Slide set content details:

Use Forestry and wood industry icons for presentation or infographics related to this agricultural sector. Graphics may be useful to present agricultural companies, forestry tools, types of wood industries as well as to show problems of deforestation or illegal logging.

Package content:

  • Icons with types of trees and forests: softwoods, hardwoods, mixed forest, undisturbed forest, plantation, semi natural forest.
  • Common species contain: oak, elm, birch, ash, basket willow, bamboo.
  • Resources and tools in forestry and wood industry with symbols of: seeding, harvester, money, machinery.
  • Agriculture inputs icons: worker, supply, demand.
  • Four slides with symbols of products: logs, lumber, paper, energy forestry, resin, furniture, fuel wood, charcoal, fruits, mushrooms, wildlife, pelts, honey, ornamental.
  • Three infographics with forestry statistics and numbers.
  • European forests statistics chart.
  • Graphic presenting forestry process with icons of inputs and outputs.
  • Six slides with icon index in different colours. Icons of: coniferous tree, broadleaved tree, mixed forest, undisturbed forest, elm, birch, seeding, tree nursery, machinery, worker, logs, lumber, wood pulp, resin, fuel wood, berries, mushrooms, decorative, energy forestry.
All icons in simple flat style, suitable for Metro UI style graphics.. Icons provided in 5 versions:
  • for light background,
  • for dark background,
  • in natural colors,
  • as a standalone symbols,
  • as a symbol in the circle shape.
Fully editable in PowerPoint set of vector shapes fully editable by using built-in PowerPoint tools, including
  • changing color of the icon filling and its outline
  • adding shadows
  • changing shape and size, rotating, flipping the object
  • putting shapes behind or on top of text
See editing demonstration in our HowTo Videos.
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