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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