2009 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 47, Number 1, January/February 2009

    • President's Voice
    • Ask a Professional: Tax Numbers when selling timber
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Have you considered becoming a Tree Farmer lately?
    • Kid's Corner: Growing a Forest Indoors
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Sweet Songs From Your Forest
    • NYFOA Safety Tips: Foot Protection
    • NYFOA General Director Candidates
    • Carbon Market Opportunities for New York Forest Owners
    • NYFOA 47th Annual Meeting
    • NYFOA Awards Description
    • Insects and Fungi Associated with Hickory Decline
    • Need for a Better Forest Tax Law
    • CBP and APHIS Take Action to Keep Harmful Insects from Destroying U.S. Trees
    • Member Profile: Brett Chedzoy
  • Volume 47, Number 2, March/April 2009

    • Executive Director's Voice
    • Know Your Forest From the Ground Up!
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Let's talk CARBON!
    • Kid's Corner: Looking for the Wild...Flowers
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: American Woodcock
    • NYFOA Safety Tips: Hidden Hazards
    • 2008 NYFOA Donors
    • Council of Forest Resources Organizations
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It
    • Forest Owners are Growing More Concerned About the Emerald Ash Borer and Asian Long-horned Beetle
    • Planting Hardwood Seedlings- A Great Spring Project
    • Member Profile: John Hastings
  • Volume 47, Number 3, May/June 2009

    • Executive Director's Voice: 2009 NYFOA scholarship award recipient, Stephen Gorman
    • Ask a Professional: What can I do to increase the acorn crops to attract wildlife?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year, Ken Frearson
    • Kid's Corner: Disappearing Ponds
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Eastern Red-Backed Salamander
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Lyme Disease Prevention and Control
    • NYFOA Awards John Sullivan receives Heiberg Award; Outstanding Service Award to Alan White
    • NYFOA's Chapter Service Awards
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent it
    • Forest Owners Should Watch for a New Disease of Red Oak Recently Found in New York State
    • NRCS Announces 2009 Sign-Up for Conservation Assistance on Private Forestland
    • Member Profile: Steve Warne
  • Volume 47, Number 4, July/August 2009

    • Pest Alert- The Green Menace, the Emerald Ash Borer, has been found in Cattaraugus County, NY.
    • Executive Director's Voice: Fall workshop in Lake Placid; Woodsmen's Field Days
    • Ask a Professional: What can we expect with "low impact" harvests?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: In tough economic times refer to you management plan before logging
    • Kid's Corner: The Lost Ladybugs
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Common Snapping Turtle
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Stay on the Prowl for Poisonous Plants
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It
    • A Tree's Response to Defoliation
    • Emerald Ash Borer Alert! What the Public and Woodlot Owners can do NOW about Emerald Ash Borer
    • Member Profile: G. Robert Baker
  • Volume 47, Number 5, September/October 2009

    • Executive Director's Voice
    • Ask a Professional: What's up with the recent development of "webinars, webcasts, and web conferences"?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: It's Fall again... just look at those... flames?
    • Kid's Corner: Colors from the Woods and Fields
    • The Longterm Cost of High Grading
    • <bold>NYFOA Safety Tip:</bold> Biting and Stinging Insects
    • "Get Involved with Maple" Workshop Set for Northern NY Landowners
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It
    • Forest Protection Some Final Thoughts
    • Member Profile: Doug Allen
  • Volume 47, Number 6, November/December 2009

    • 2009 NYFOA Fall Workshop, Woodswalk, and Banquet
    • Ask a Professional: Can we use some of our woods for raising livestock, and if so, what do we need to consider?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: “Wood is a crop, Forestry is Tree Farming.”
    • Kid's Corner: Easy Gifts from Our Forests
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Beaver
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Rabies
    • Helping Rare Plants Become Common
    • Detecting the Hemlock Wooly Adelgid
    • The Future of New York State's Timber Falls to Family Forest Owners
    • Member Profile: Bill LaPoint

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