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

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