Volume 42, Number 3, May/June 2004

  • From the President: More Members Needed
  • In The Mail: NY's RPTL 480-a; Job Well Done on the Forest Owner; Thank you for Heiberg Award; Sudden Oak Death
  • HOW TO: Stake Newly Planted Trees
  • Further Thoughts Regarding 480-a
  • Ask a Professional: How can I find a consulting forester who will work on an hourly basis, rather than on commission?
  • Conservation versus preservation: Is there any middle ground where each may win?
  • Common Ground: Ruffed Grouse Society and NYFOA
  • NYFOA Awards: Heiberg Award to Jack McShane; Outstanding Service Award to Hugh and Janet Canham
  • Chapters Recognize One of Their Own
  • Know Your Trees: Pitch Pine
  • Douglas C. Allen: Sugar Maple Petiole Borer and a Stem Borer of Black Cherry
  • Ten Environmental Benefits of Forestry
  • Commentary: The Catskills & The Nature Conservancy
  • We Are All A Part Of Nature- It surrounds, permeates and includes us, says the author
  • Just the Facts: Statistics on NY Forest Products Industry

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