1992 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 30, Number 1, January/February 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • 'Lfee Signor: Trapping Furbearers and Animal Rights
    • Betty Densmore: Bats
    • Bill Minerd More on NYFOA's Fall Meeting
    • Audrey Childs: Shiitake Mushrooms as a Hobby
    • 1991 National Outstanding Tree Farm Video Tape
    • Successful Income Tax Video Teleconference Held
    • David W. Taber: Warm Temperatures Cause Needle Loss on Cut Christmas Trees
    • Dave Taber: New York's Certified "Master Forest Owners"
    • Dick Fox: The Master Forest Owner Workshop
    • Chapter Reports
    • Ask a Forester (David Forness): Federal Cost Sharing Programs
    • Environmentally, "Wood os Good"
    • Jane Sorenson Lord:More on Brooklyn's Little Tree Farmers
    • David Mio Huth: People and Trees - Partners in Time
    • Wood Energy Potential Studied in NY
    • David W. Taber: Open Spaces and Taxes
    • Dave Taber: Open Space
    • David W. Taber: Wetlands Serve Nature and Society
  • Volume 30, Number 2, March/April 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • Richard Kesel: An Odd Ode or Mary's Miracle Memoralized (poem honoring Mary McCarty's matriculation)
    • Ronda C. Engman: About Burning , Fire Scars, and Squirrels
    • Prescribed Burning: An Oak Management Tool on The Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Trail
    • Ralph D. Nyland: About Burning, Fire Scars, and Learning
    • Letters: Conservation Easements
    • Wes Suhr: Wetlands Revisited
    • Paul Steinfeld: Gilead Tree Farm-- A Thirty-three Year Perspective
    • John P. Laschenski: Save Taxes Using Federal Tax Law for Timber Owners
    • Property Boundary Line Trees
    • Chapter Reports
    • NYFOA WFL Member Floyd King Receives Environmental Award
    • Stephen S. Davison: The Sugar Maple - New York's Tree
    • Douglas C. Allen: Sugar Maple Borer
    • Gordon R. Batcheller: Trapping and Furbearer Management in New York State
    • Irwin King: Sweet Steam Signals Spring Sugarin' Time
    • David Taber: Marketing Christmas Trees Year-Round
    • Carolyn Klas: Ants and Termites
    • Ask a Forester (David Daut): Forest Inventory & Management
    • Michael C. Greason: SIP Is Finally Here
    • New York Forest Owners Association Spring Membership Meeting (insert)
    • NY Forest Owners Association, Nominations for Directors of the Association (insert)
  • Volume 30, Number 3, May/June 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • Bob Sand: A Challenge
    • Douglas C. Allen: Biological Diversity - Is Variety the Spice of Life?
    • New Forestry
    • Ed Greenaker: Accessing Your Woodland with Hand-Built Hiking Trails
    • Kathleen Farnum: Pond Building Workshop Sparks Interest
    • Stephen W. Eaton: Red-Shouldered Hawk
    • Dick Fox: Somewhere Over the Rainbow
    • Henry S. Kernan: Otsego's Woodland Heritage
    • Romeyn Berry: How to Avoid Best Sellers
    • Andrew Childs: My Favorite Tree
    • Betty Densmore and Charlie Mowatt: Your NYFOA Chapter and You
    • Ask A Forester (Wes Suhr): Forest Inventory & Management
    • Randy Kerr: Burning the Woods... Another Point of View
    • Chapters Reports
    • John C. Marchant: It's Time to Stand Up and Be Counted - King George Did, Pine for Pine
  • Volume 30, Number 4, July/August 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • John Marchant: NYFOA Building Valuable Interactions with ESFPA
    • Douglas C. Allen: Introduced Insects often Pose Biological and Economic Risks
    • Betty Densmore: Spring Meeting 1992
    • NYFOA 1992 Heiberg Memorial Award to Bonnie and Donald Colton
    • NYFOA 1992 Service Award to Richard Fox
    • Dave Taber and Gerry Kachmor: Outstanding New York Tree Farmer Named: Richard Molyneaux
    • Michael C. Greason: The New York Society of American Foresters Awards
    • Chapters Reports
    • Erwin Fullerton: A Vermont Woodswalk
    • Robert Gotie: Consequencies...
    • Dorothy Long: Solution to Beaver Brouhaha Sought
    • Lfee Signor: A Roadside Pond (poem)
    • Tim Williams: Rocky Ground
    • David W. Taber: Test Your Knowledge of Woodlot Logging Practices
    • Ask a Forester (Wes Suhr): "Eliminate"--The Bone of Contention"
    • Letters Too Many Weeds?
    • Gary R. Goff: New York's Master Forest Owner/Coverts Program Update
    • Program- "Forests are Essential to Our lives"
  • Volume 30, Number 5, September/October 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • Southern Tier Chapter Award
    • Letters Re: SIP hardwood tree planting progress
    • David J. Colligan: New Legislation?
    • Book Review: "You Were a Little Boy" by Howard O. Ward
    • Henry S. Kernan: Endangered and Threatened Plants
    • Bonnie Colton: Woodsman, Share That Tree!
    • Floyd King: Invasion of Beaver Disrupts Peace and Quiet of Pond
    • Chapter Reports
    • Peter S. Levatich: A Right-To-Harvest Law in New York State?
    • Martin Harris: Landmark Tax Ruling: Can't Assess at Speculative Value
    • Carl P. Wiedemann: Hidden Crisis in the Forest
    • Douglas C. Allen: Common Tent Caterpillars
    • Bruce Penrod: The Forgotten Land
    • Ask a Wildlife Biologist (Dr. William F. Porter): Coyote impact on deer population
    • Bruce Penrod: The Forgotten Land
    • Insert: NYFOA Fall Meeting Agenda
  • Volume 30, Number 6, November/December 1992

    • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
    • Mary McCarty: Fun in the Forest
    • Betty Densmore: The Wild Side of Herbs
    • Robert Demeree: Red Pine Plantations in New York: The End of an Era
    • Robert Hazelton: Sharing
    • Chapter Reports
    • Margaret Nagle: A Family Value
    • Bonnie Colton: A Time to Plant
    • Linda Luchsinger: 1992 Professional Timber Harvester Award
    • Peter S. Levatich: A Succession that Needs to Succeed
    • John H. Ward: The Sad Forest
    • Ask a Forester (Michael R. Bridgen): The Black Locust
    • Douglas C. Allen: White Pine Weevil
    • Winter Tour a Cure for Cabin Fever - NYFOA Offers Southern and Alpine Tours

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