1997 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 35, Number 1, January/February 1997

    • Dorothy Darling: Trees
    • Guest Editorial: Sierra Club Opposes Logging on Public Land
    • All About Chestnuts
    • John Braubitz: Can You Eat Christmas Trees?
    • NED Workshop
    • The Farm Meets the Forest at Cornell
    • Peter S. Levatich: The Plunge Felling Cut
    • Penn State Researchers Develop New Bat House Design
    • Dinnie Sloman: Watch Out - Don't be Liable
    • President's Message: (Bill Minerd) 2nd Chapter Leadership Workshop; NYFOA Fall Meeting hosted by Catskill Forest Association
    • Jill Cornell: NYFOA Chapters Join in Program Event at Saratoga Springs Nursery
    • Chapter Reports
    • Tree Squirrels
    • 1996- The Year of the 7th American Forest Congress
    • Governor Kills State Park Logging
    • Experimental Silviculture in Southern Brazil
    • Image (DEC forestry cuts in forestry staff)
    • Douglas C. Allen: Seed Bugs and Lady Beetles - Searching for Beds but not Breakfast
    • Jane Sorenson Lord: A Bath is More than Getting Clean
  • Volume 35, Number 2, March/April 1997

    • R. J. Fox: NYFOA's Board of Directors and Its Leadership
    • Glenn Johnson: Amphibians and NY's Forest Ecosystems
    • In Praise of Aspen
    • A Maple Mini Mystery
    • Indian Sugar
    • John S. Braubitz: Is it Spring Yet?
    • Norman Richards: Fostering Our Private Forest Richness
    • R. J. Fox: Forest Community Profiles - Alec C. Proskine
    • Letters
    • Henry S. Kernan: New York City's Watershed Agreement
    • 35th Annual Spring Meeting
    • Nominations
    • ReneĆ© H. Germain: The Sustainable Forestry Initiative
    • David Colligan: Have You Checked Your Assessment Lately?
    • Douglas C. Allen: Scale Insects with a Hard Covering
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: Ladybug, Ladybug...
  • Volume 35, Number 3, May/June 1997

    • President's Message (Jill Cornell):
    • Peter S. Levatich: Starting Over
    • David J. Colligan: Living Trusts - Fact and Fiction
    • Selling Timber on a Scale Basis May Not Be the Best Option for You
    • NYSAF Winter Meeting
    • Ron Pedersen: Skip the Whitewash
    • Letters
    • Knowing Trees
    • John S. Braubitz: My Favorite Tree
    • Michael C. Greason: Fostering Forest Richness - A Response
    • Jerry Michael: Will Private Forest Owners Have any Cherry, Ash or Oak to Cut in 100 Years? - Does Anybody Care?
    • Land has always fascinated me...
    • Henry S. Kernan: NY's Proposd Roundtable Conference - Some Suggestions
    • Douglas C. Allen: The Asian Longhorn Beetle - A Potential Threat to Maple
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: The Big Ginkgo
  • Volume 35, Number 4, July/August 1997

    • President's Message (Jill Cornell)
    • Dick Fox: About this issue
    • Glenn Johnson: Forest Snakes of New York
    • Carl Wiedemann: When Doing Your Own Thing Isn't Good Enough
    • Peter J. Smallidge and Michael C. Greason: Selecting a Forester - Quick decisions and long-term impacts
    • One Master Forest Owner Volunteer's Story
    • Letters
    • Henry S. Kernan: The Andean Condor
    • Just What is it That Forest Owners Care About?
    • Awards
    • NYFOA's 1997 Spring Meeting
    • NYS's Outstanding Tree Farmer for 1997
    • Douglas C. Allen: Pheromones - Exploiting an Insect's Sense of "Smell"
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: Silvicultered Gardens?
  • Volume 35, Number 5, September/October 1997

    • President's Message (Jill Cornell)
    • Norman Richards: Thinning Forest Stands: Not Essential, But May Be Useful
    • Peter Smallidge: Thinking Through Your Forest Management Objectives
    • NYFOA's Fall Meeting
    • Hugh O. Canham: The Problem with Property Taxes
    • Letters
    • Mike Greason: NYFOA's 1997 Family Forest Fair
    • The Tulip Tree
    • Henry S. Kernan: Sharing
    • Money is Available for Land Management Projects
    • The Wood Lot
    • Jill Cornell: Workshop on Sustainable Forestry: Are Our Woodlots Regenerating?
    • Ron Pedersen: Landowners Meet in Washington
    • Douglas C. Allen: The Twolined Chestnut Borer - nemesis of weakened oaks
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: The Winning Ways of Wildlife
  • Volume 35, Number 6, November/December 1997

    • President's Message (Jill Cornell)
    • The OSHA "Danger Tree" Rule: Does it Affect You?
    • Jill Cornell: Growing Ginseng Workshop
    • P. J. Smallidge & Mike Greason: Just Say No to Highgrading, Selective Cutting, and Diameter-Limit Cutting
    • David J. Colligan: Legislation
    • Forest Management in NY - You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers!!
    • Letters
    • Volunteer Liability Protection Ast - 1997
    • Why Not Build a Log Cabin?
    • Commercialization and Scale Up of Willow Biomass for Renewable Energy
    • NYFOA's Fall Meeting
    • Managing a Woodlot Timber Sale
    • Henry S. Kernan: A Bit of Irish Forestry
    • Note Card Images
    • Douglas C. Allen: Gypsy Moth - Down and Out?
    • Jane Sorensen Lord: Holy, Herbs, Flowers and Fate

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