1991 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 29, Number 1, January/February 1991

    • President's Message (Allen Horn)
    • Robert Demeree: Clear-Cut -- Myths, Madness and Controversy
    • Tree Cutting Ordinances -- Topic of Fall Meeting
    • David W. Taber: Tree Cutting Ordinances
    • Stuart McCarthy: Progress Made in Chapter Development
    • Chapter Reports
    • The Cabin Fever Festival: Winter Fun Since 1986
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): The Fern
    • Forest-Owner Tours Being Planned -- Europe, Canada, Others...
    • John Rowe: 1990s: Kids and Conservation
    • 480A: A Building Block to Forestry Management
    • New Members
    • Rommel Wins National Tree Farm Inspector
    • Briefs
    • Michael C. Greason: A Response to Forestry Critics
    • Nancy J. Kirtland: Wood/Coal Mix May Cut Emissions, Cposts at Generating Plants
  • Volume 29, Number 2, March/April 1991

    • President's Message (Allen Horn)
    • Michael C. Greason: Big Trees, Big Money or Economic Concepts of Forestry
    • Jim Peek: Chain Saw Saety: Be Aware
    • David W. Taber: Timber Sales Income and the IRS
    • Chapter Reports
    • Briefs
    • David W. Taber: Trees Dieback, Decline and Die
    • Stewardship Incentives Program
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): Fern N' All
    • New Hampshire's "Right to Harvest" Law
    • New Members Statistics and members names
    • Arbor Day - April 26
    • Bruce Williamson: The Northeastern Forest Alliance: Promoting Regional Forest Resources
    • David W. Taber: Logging for Forest Crops: What You Need to Know
    • Tim Williams: Rocky Ground
    • David W. Taber: Tree Planting Tips Promote Successful New Forests
  • Volume 29, Number 3, May/June 1991

    • President's Message (Allen Horn)
    • Clear-Cut II -- Alternatives
    • Charlie Mowatt: March Ice Storm Causes Substantial Damage
    • Dann Weller: Harvesting, the Tool of Forest Stewardshipz
    • NYFOA Woodswalk Planned
    • Chapter Briefs and Newsmakers
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): Planting native seedlings not currently found on my property
    • The NYS Envirothon - 1991
    • How to Survive as a Tree Farmer
    • David W. Taber: Extension Forester Kelley to Guide Woodland Owners
    • Dick Fox: Hail New York
    • L. Tirrito: Tree Disease and Pests Ash Decline
    • Legislative Update
  • Volume 29, Number 4, July/August 1991

    • President's Message (Stuard McCarty)
    • John Marchant: 1990: A Productive Year for NYFOA
    • NYFOA's Outstanding Service Award: Helen W. and John C. Marchant
    • The 1991 Heiberg Memorial Award: Robert S. Stegemann
    • R. Fox: A 'SIP' at NYFOA Annual Spring Meeting
    • David J. Colligan: Landowner Legal Rights: Liability and Duty Owed Persons Using Your Property
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): BIOS or "BIAS"
    • Chapter Reports
    • Membership Corner (David J. Colligan)
    • Charles Mowatt and R. Fox: A Walk in the Woods at Watkins Glen
    • Eric A. Johnson: Easy Target
    • NYFOA Fall Meeting - Allegany State Park
    • Briefs
    • Nancy Stevens: NYS 1991 Envirothon - a Winning Program
    • Dave Taber: NY's Outstanding Tree Farmers Namedx
    • R. Fox: The Empire State Forest Products Association's Annual Spring Meeting
  • Volume 29, Number 5, September/October 1991

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty) Stewardship and the Future Direction of NYFOA
    • Mary McCarty: Reminiscence: A Tribute to Evelyn A. Stock, Editor of The New York Forest Owner 1978 - 1985
    • Charles Mowatt: Fitzpatrick and Weller - Part I
    • Betty Densmore: Part II
    • Patrick J. McGlew: Part III - Integrated Sawmills Boost Local Economies
    • Chapter Reports
    • David W. Taber: Gypsy Moth Has Ruinous History
    • Keith A. Argow: Forestry by Frustration: The Environmental Imperative
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): Starting Oak Successfully (Rerun)
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: Brooklyn's Little Tree Farmers
    • Gary Goff: New York's Master Forest Owner COVERTS Program
    • Charles Mowatt: Chapter Development
    • Carol LaGrasse: Two Studies Contradict Report of Twenty-First Century Commission
    • Briefs
    • David W. Taber: Forestry News
  • Volume 29, Number 6, November/December 1991

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • Letters to Editor...
    • Mary McCarty: Hard Work, Dedication, Award Winners and More Hard Work!
    • Betty Densmore: Fall Meeting Part I
    • R. Fox: Fall Meeting Part II
    • Robert L. Beyfuss: American Ginseng in NY
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): Black Cherry Gum Balls
    • Paul Curtis: Species Profile - Raccoon
    • Chapter Reports
    • Luke Popovich: Private Property Rights, and Other Quaint Notions
    • Douglas C. Allen: Forest Protection - An Ingredient for Good Stewardship
    • Jim Coufal: Caring for the Woods: Something a Little Different
    • Forestry Advisory Board Active
    • John Krebs: Forestry Easements

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