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Volume 37, Number 1, January/February 1999

  • From the President (Jill Cornell): Proposed change to by-laws; Aftermath of a "logger's choice" timber harvest: Growth challenges for NYFOA;DEC forester for each county?; 2nd term coming to an end.
  • Wollybears Are Fuzzy Forecasters
  • Dorthy Darling: The Gift (poem)
  • Patricia Kay: The First Cut Is the Deepest- Or How We Survived Our Timber Harvest
  • Proposed Changes to NYFOA's By-Laws
  • Mary Binder: Family Forest Fair '98 - A Rousing Success
  • Small Landowners Seize Opportunity to Acess New Markets, Conserve Forests, and Protect Wildlife Habitat through Forest Certification
  • Resource Manager Certifications in the Northeast
  • Gerald Michael: A Special Woodswalk; FIP In/SIP out; Invitation to NYFOA/NY Tree Farm Members; Changes in New York's Forest Land Area; A National Delicacy; Costly Queries; Some Whimsey
  • Ask a Forester (Steve Davison): Dealing with the common buckthorn
  • Peter J. Smallidge: From Field to Forest
  • Forty Years of FWMA - A Brief Summary of the Founding of the Fish and Wildlife Management Board and its Accomplishments
  • Dick Fox: NYS FWMA Board Supports NYFOA Resolution
  • Is There a "DMAP" in Your Future?"
  • David J. Colligan: Easements - Friend or Foe?
  • Douglas C. Allen: The Maple Trumpet Skeletonizer - a clever recluse
  • Jamse Sorensen Lord: From Deer to Venison

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