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2007 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 45, Number 1, January/February 2007

    • Growing American Linden from Seed
    • Ask a Professional: Dealing with unauthorized ATV riders
    • Timber Survey
    • NYFOA Awards Overview
    • Kid's Corner: The Winter Forest
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Cottontail Rabbit
    • Stories from the Woods: MFO Visit Experience #2
    • Frequently Asked Questions About NY's Conservation Easement Tax Credit
    • Chestnut...Elm... Will Ash be next?
    • Know Your Trees: Shagbark Hickory
    • Member Profile: John Sullivan
  • Volume 45, Number 2, March/April 2007

    • 2007 Annual NYFOA Meeting
    • Ask A Professional: Tree Volume... Measurement and Use
    • Kid's Corner: Maple Syrup, Nature's Candy
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Wood Frog
    • Stories from the Woods: MFO Visit Experience #3
    • If a tree falls in the forest when you cut it, do you know which direction it will fall?
    • Douglas C. Allen: Red Oak Borer- A threat to stressed trees
    • A Deer Exclosure Fencing Project
    • 2006 NYFOA Donors
    • Member Profile: Eric Rasmussen
  • Volume 45, Number 3, May/June 2007

    • The Policy Page: Frequently Asked Questions about NYFOA's Positions
    • Ask a Professional: Finding a forester and logger
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Forestry Awareness Day
    • Kid's Corner: Why should we plant a tree?
    • The Economic Reality of Small Woodlots
    • Stories from the Woods: MFO Visit Experience #4
    • NYFOA Awards: Heiberg Award to Jim Beil; Outstanding Service Award to Ron Pedersen
    • Chapter Service Awards
    • Whose Forest is This?
    • Member Profile: Mark and Joann Kurtis
  • Volume 45, Number 4, July/August 2007

    • NYFOA NAC & CCE Offering September Woodswalk in Northern Franklin County
    • NYFOA Scholarship Winner
    • Members Voices: New York State Has Public Policies Detrimental To Sustainable Forestry
    • Forest Science Becomes Forest Practice Controlling beech sprouting through limited use application of herbicides.
    • NYS Tree Farm News: 2007 New York State Outstanding Tree Farmer
    • Kid's Corner: Saving the Leaves!
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Painted Turtle
    • Stories from the Woods: 101 forest visits and counting!
    • Are New York's Adverse Possession Laws Unfair to Forest Owners?
    • Greensprings Natural Cemetery - Re-imagines Burial: A Move Back to the Future
    • Member Profile: Sandy & Maria Babcock
  • Volume 45, Number 5, September/October 2007

    • Firewood Warms You Eight Times
    • NYS DEC Q-and-A: Emerald Ash Borer
    • Ask a Professional: Will I be able to practice sustainable forestry?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Background of the American Tree Farm System
    • Kid's Corner: Hungry? Go for a Hike!
    • Global Climate Change and The NY Forest Owner: Part I: Ecosystem Market Mechanisms
    • Stories from the Woods: Coping with some of the trials and tribulations of forest ownership.
    • Portable Sawmills- A Valuable Asset for Small Woodland Owners
    • The Once Mighty Chestnut Tree
    • Forest Landowner Organizations
    • In Memorium- J. Morgan Heussler
    • NYFOA Safety Tips: Escape routes when felling trees
    • Member Profile: Matt Smith Family
  • Volume 45, Number 6, November/December 2007

    • Timber Theft: Victims report emotional, environmental, and financial losses
    • Private Woodland Management in Anticipation of the Emerald Ash Borer
    • NYFOA Chapter News: Northern Adirondack Chapter Hosts Woodswalk
    • Kid's Corner: A Bird’s Eye View
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Black-Caped Chickadee
    • Stories from the Woods: 2007 MFO Class tell their stories
    • Global Climate Change and The NY Forest Owner: Part II: The Managed Forest Carbon Offset Project
    • Sugar Maple Decline- A Continuing Problem
    • Forestry Internet Seminar Series
    • Member Profile: Charlie & Marian Mowatt

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