2013 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 51, Number 1, January/February 2013

    • From the President: Upcoming Farm Show and members meeting, Restore New York Woodlands initiative underway.
    • Restoring New York Woodlands, a NYFOA Initiative
    • Ask a Professional: Some types of understory can create problems
    • NYS Tree Farm News: The Four Sided Sign- Side Three: Recreation
    • Kid's Corner: The Important Hemlock Tree
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Bobcat
    • NYFOA General Director Candidates
    • 51st Annual Spring Program
    • Woodland Health: An Update on the Emerald Ash Borer in New York
    • Member Profile: Jim Karl
  • Volume 51, Number 2, March/April 2013

    • From the President: NYFOA at the NYS Farm Show, RNYW Sign-up, NYFOA Website, Facebook
    • Restoring New York Woodlands, a NYFOA Initiative
    • Ask a Professional: Enhancing regeneration after a timber harvest
    • NYS Tree Farm News: Records and Resources for tax purposes
    • Kid's Corner: What's all that noise?! Spring Peepers!
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands: Flying Squirrels
    • The Northeast Timber Growing Contest
    • Woodland Health: Pests of Forest Regeneration?
    • NYFOA 2012 Highlights
    • Member Profile: Jeff Joseph
  • Volume 51, Number 3, May/June 2013

    • From the President (Jim Minor)
    • 2012 NYFOA Chapter Service Awards
    • Peter Smallidge: Forest Science Becomes Forest Practice
    • Erin O'Neill: NYS Tree Farm News
    • Kid's Corner (Derek J. Conant): Ash Tree Identification
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Chestnut-Sided Warbler
    • NYFOA Awards- Heiberg Award to Ron Pedersen, Outstanding Service Award to Dick Starr
    • Woodland Health (Jerry Carlson): Are New York's Forests Healthy?
    • Member Profile (Maureen Mullen): Stuart Varney
  • Volume 51, Number 4, July/August 2013

    • From the President (Jim Minor)
    • Jim Minor: NYFOA Scholarship Fund
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Utilizing firewood from an improvement harvest: decay resistance
    • NYS Tree Farm News (Erin O'Neill)
    • Charles Mowatt: Ashes to Ashes
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Painted Turtle
    • Restoring New York's Woodlands: A NYFOA Initiative (Kelly Smallidge and Jerry Michael): Woodswalk Weekends: A Hugh Undertaking! A Qualified Success!
    • Woodland Health (Christopher Foelker): Sirex Noctilio: A Cosmopolitan Forest Pest
    • NY Master Forest Owner Program (Gary Goff): Wanted: Forest Owner Volunteers or Help Spread the Forest Stewardship Message
    • Frank Winkler: Getting the Message to Albany
    • Member Profile (Maureen Mullen): Ed and Donna Welch
  • Volume 51, Number 5, September/October 2013

    • From the President (Jim Minor)
    • Jim Minor: Helping Forest Stewardship with a Chairitable IRA Gift
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): What tree species should I plant?
    • NYS Tree Farm News (Erin O'Neill)
    • Kid's Corner (Derek J. Conant): Fall Foraging for Nuts
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot (Kristi Sullivan): Black Bear
    • Jim Engel: Native Vines: Valuable wildlife plant or forest villain?
    • Woodland Health (Dylan Parry): Return of the Gypsies
    • Member Profile (Maureen Mullen): Bruce and Charlene Revette
  • Volume 51, Number 6, November/December 2013

    • From the President (Jim Minor)
    • Jerry Michael: Book Reviews: American Canopy and Deerland
    • Ask a Professional (Brett Chedzoy): How do we protect ourselves from Lyme Disease?
    • NYS Tree Farm News (Erin O'Neill)
    • Kid's Corner (Rebecca Hargrave): Make Your Own Paper
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlot (Kristi Sullivan): Black-Capped Chickadee
    • News & Notes
    • Meredith Odato: A Count-down to Planning: Nine Reasons why you need a Forest Stewardship Plan
    • Woodland Health (Jeffrey Wall): An Exciting Twenty-First Century Agenda for the American Chestnut
    • Jerry Michael: RNYW: A Wrap-up of 2013 plans for 2014
    • Member Profile (Maureen Mullen): Dave Williams

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