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[Page Title] New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 50, Number 1, January/February 2012

    • NY Farm Show 2012
    • Ask a Professional: Best Return on Timeber Volume and Value
    • Shrubs in the Understory
    • Kid's Corner: Winter Edibles: Get Out Your Fork!
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Cottontail Rabbit
    • News and Notes: Seedling Sales and Social Networks
    • NYFOA General Director Candidates
    • NYFOA 50th Annual Meeting
    • NYFOA Awards Overview
    • Woodland Health: Winter of Discontent
    • Managing Forests for Carbon Mitigation
    • Member Profile: Randy and Sibyl Quayle
  • Volume 50, Number 2, March/April 2012

    • Don't be Caught with Your Pants Down!
    • Ask a Professional: Tools to Manage Interfering Plants
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Tree Farm Overview
    • Kid's Corner: Age That Tree!
    • Landowner Liability and Insurance
    • Brush Clearing Saw vs. Chainsaw
    • NYFOA Awards: Heiberg Award to Charlie Mowatt, Outstanding Service Award to Hans and Joan Kappel
    • Woodland Health: The Case for Biological Control of Non-Native Pests
    • Timber Topics: The Players in a Timber Sale and Their Concerns
    • Member Profile: Robert Manning
  • Volume 50, Number 3, May/June 2012

    • The NYFOA Scholarship Fund
    • Ask a Professional: Responding to Emerald Ash Borer
    • NYS Tree Farm News: The Blurry Definition of Management Planning
    • Kid's Corner: Life in a Rotting Log!
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Red-Necked Snake
    • 2011 NYFOA Chapter Service Awards
    • NY Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program Testimonials
    • Woodland Health: A Decline of Smooth Bark Hickories
    • 2011 NYFOA Donors
    • Member Profile: Kurt and Kristie Edwards
  • Volume 50, Number 4, July/August 2012

    • The State Wildlife Grant Comes to a Close
    • Ask a Professional: Planting a Windbreak
    • NYS Tree Farm News: The Four Sided Sign- Side One: Wood
    • Kid's Corner: 2012 NY 4-H Forestry Weekdend a Huge Success!
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Eastern Coyote
    • Book Review:More Than a Woodlot
    • The Economic Potential Unlocked
    • Woodland Health: Insects and Fungi Associated with Hickory Decline
    • Member Profile: Charlie and Sarah Stackhouse
  • Volume 50, Number 5, September/October 2012

    • NYFOA Board of Director and Association Secretary, Marilyn Wyman, Receives National Recognition
    • Anticipating the Next Forest
    • NYS Tree Farm News: The Four Sided Sign- Side Two: Wildlife
    • Kid's Corner: Grow a Forest from Seeds
    • The Forest's Future is Our Legacy
    • Woodland Health: Asian Gypsy Moth Revisited
    • Butternuts in New York State
    • Member Profile: Walter and Theresa Kersch
  • Volume 50, Number 6, November/December 2012

    • Restoring New York Woodlands, a NYFOA Initiative
    • Ask a Professional: Regenerating Your Forests: Keys to Success
    • NYS Tree Farm News: The Four Sided Sign- Side Three: Water
    • Kid's Corner: Why Do Trees Turn Color in the Fall?
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Ruffed Grouse
    • NYFOA Board Adopts Action Plan for Restore New York Woodlands Campaign
    • Woodland Health: The Twolined Chestnut Borer-Nemisis of Weakened Oaks
    • Member Profile: Jerry Michael

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