2008 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 46, Number 1, January/February 2008

    • NYFOA Safety Tips: Basic Chainsaw Safety
    • Ask a Professional: Dealing with honeysuckle and barberry bushes
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Certified Family Forests
    • Kid's Corner: Big Trees
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Bobcat
    • Stories from the Woods: NY Master Forest Owner Regional Coordinator Initiative
    • Carbon Market Opportunities for New York Forest Owners
    • Global Climate Change and The NY Forest Owner Part III: The Future of Managed Forests in Climate Programs and Markets
    • Insects Attracted to Maple Sap – A Harmless Nuisance
    • NYFOA General Director Candidates
    • Member Profile: Keith Hedgecock
  • Volume 46, Number 2, March/April 2008

    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Personal Protective Equipment
    • Why are we always talking about government?
    • Forest Science Becomes Forest Practice: Evaluating the effect of thinning after defoliation on survival and growth of sugar maple
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Mission of The American Tree Farm System
    • Kid's Corner: GWildlife Tracks
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Seasonal Woodland Pools
    • Stories from the Woods: Forest Owner Visits are Uniquely Different, Yet Surprisingly the Same!
    • Timber Harvest Should Not Be About the Money
    • Mineral Stain in Sugar Maple
    • Member Profile: Bruce Robinson
  • Volume 46, Number 3, May/June 2008

    • Why are we always talking about government?
    • Ask a Professional: Do oil-based paints harm trees?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Management Plans
    • Kid's Corner: Growing Your Own Mushrooms
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot: Scarlet Tanager
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Limbing Safety
    • NYFOA Scholarship Winner
    • NYFOA Awards: Heiberg Award to Gary Goff;
    • The True Value of Low Value Wood
    • Blue Stain - A Source of Degrade in Pine Lumber
    • Letter to the EditorConcern over Forest Owner article on carbon credits
    • 2007 NYFOA Donors
    • Member Profile: Dan Anderson
  • Volume 46, Number 4, July/August 2008

    • Sound Woodlot Management Practices
    • Forest Science Becomes Forest Practice Assessing the financial and productive sustainability of diameter-limit cutting
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Tree Farm Goes Green!
    • Kid's Corner: Homes for Everything
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Bats in the Forest and Beyond
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Protect Yourself - Heat Stress
    • Stories from the Woods: A Cheeseburger and a Walk
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It: First in a Series
    • Dead Branch Tips on Black Cherry
    • When the Bears Come Out to Play
    • Member Profile: Ron and Peggy Pedersen
  • Volume 46, Number 5, September/October 2008

    • Plans for the Future
    • Ask a Professional: How do I get started safely with a chainsaw?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Getting The Most Out Of Your Woodlot
    • Kid's Corner: The Colors of Fall
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Frog Friendly Forests
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Spring Poles
    • Managed Forests Solutions to Climate Change:
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It: Landowner Responsibilities: An Overview
    • Take Forest Planning One Step Further
    • Some Interesting Experiences with Trees
    • Member Profile: Ann and Fred Osborn
  • Volume 46, Number 6, November/December 2008

    • Ask a Professional: I struggle to recognize red maple from sugar maple. Any suggestions?
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Parcelization and how we can manage a smaller woodlot in the Tree Farm Program
    • Kid's Corner: How big is that tree?
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Barred Owl
    • NYFOA Safety Tip: Working in Cold Conditions
    • Stories from the Woods: Master Forest Owners are the appropriate banner-carriers for the implementation of New York’s Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Strategy
    • Timber Theft and How to Prevent It: Property Boundaries are a Landowner Responsibility
    • News & Notes: New Deer Disease in NYS- EHD
    • A Decline of Smooth Bark Hickories
    • Member Profile: Tony Pingitore

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