Volume 37, Number 3, May/June 1999

  • From the President (Jill Cornell): Updated outgoing president's message; Perspectives into our stewardship of forested lands
  • Dorthy Darling: Fragments (poem)
  • Tim Ward: Common Sense
  • Dick Fox: State FWMAP Considers Controversial Topics
  • Why is Swamp Thing Taking Over the Forests?
  • Lexy Nichols: Return of the Fisher
  • Peter J. Smallidge: The Benefits of Forestry Add Value to Your Woodlot
  • Jim Coufal: Sustain, Sustainable, Sustained
  • Irene Szabo: Spring "Hot Spots" - Trailing Arbutus
  • Andrew J. Wiencek: A Timber Sale Turned Sour
  • Editorial (Dick Fox): Privatizing NY Forestry
  • Billy Morris: Termination of DEC's Cooperative Forest Management Program?
  • Letters: AFC Award; What are your trees worth?; Mosquito Murder; Forest Property & Taxes
  • Rod Jones: The Tree Farm Program, A National Update
  • Michelle Buckstrup & Nina Bassuck: Choosing Native vs Exotic- For the Home Landscape
  • Rabies
  • Douglas C. Allen: Moths That Affect Pine Shoots
  • Janes Sorensen Lord: I'm Just Wild About Harry (winter observations on a pond)

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