Peg Coleman and Ed Neuhauser
Ed Neuhauser is a native New Yorker. While he was born and raised on Long Island, and briefly worked on Wall Street as a runner as a youth, Ed says that he knew from a very young age that city life was not for him. This draw toward the natural world was reflected in his educational path, as he attended the College of Forestry (now SUNY-ESF) in Syracuse, graduating with a BS in 1973 (majoring in forest biology) and with a Ph.D in 1978, with a focus on the biochemistry of lignin degradation by soil macroinvertebrates.
NYFOA is a member of
mission of the New York Forest Owners Association (NYFOA) is to promote
sustainable forestry practices and improved stewardship on privately
owned woodlands in New York State. NYFOA is a not-for-profit group of
people who care about NYS trees and forests and are interested in the
thoughtful management of private forests for the benefit of current and
Through local chapter and statewide activities such as
woods walks and tours, the bi-monthly New York Forest Owner
magazine, and affiliation with other organizations with similar
objectives, NYFOA helps woodland owners to achieve their management
objectives for their properties and encourages the appreciation of the
qualities and importance of New York’s forests.
Find out about the SUNY-ESF
Ten Thousand Chestnut Challenge here.
NYFOA is a proud sponsor of the...
The Northeast Timber Growing Contest is designed to help improve the long-term productivity and health of small private woodlands in the northeastern forest through the engagement of landowners and forestry professionals in a process that includes education, research, technology transfer, and friendly competition.
For more information, click on the logo above or go to www.TimberContest.com and get ready to grow BIG trees!
Click the logo above to find out why New York’s Forests are an “endangered species” and how NYFOA’s “Restore New York Woodlands” initiative is addressing the crisis. Also locate a scheduled woodswalk in your area where you can learn more about the issue.
"The Future of New York Forests at Risk-
Working Toward a Comprehensive Solution"
More than 150 forest stakeholders attended this NYFOA-sponsored Symposium at SUNY ESF on April 25th, 2015.
Click HERE for links to Symposium resources, including relevant publications, webinars and pdf files for most speakers' presentations.
THE GROWING DEER DEBATE:
Discussing Solutions for Deer Impact
on the Environment
Our good friends in the Catskill Forest Association are scheduling this conference for October 31, 2015 in Margaretville, NY. Please click HERE for viewing the brochure with more details.
Looking for an event in your area? Click on Chapters
above and visit the chapter pages to find out what's happening!
Wanted: Landowners for Member Profiles! As many of you know, we include a member landowner profile in each issue of the Forest Owner magazine. The next several issues of the Forest Owner, especially in 2015, will be highlighting various aspects of forest regeneration or restoration. Do you have any experiences related to your efforts, successes, or failures with forest regeneration? If so, we would love to hear from you and any others that would be interested in being interviewed for the profile. If interested, please click on the link below and we will be in touch. The time commitment is only about 30 minutes for the interview. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/OwnerProfile
Even if you don’t have any stories to tell about regeneration we are still interested in hearing from you if you would like to be profiled for the Forest Owner. Any questions? Please contact me at the number or e-mail below.
529 Prospect Valley
Willseyville, NY 13864