Volume 30, Number 2, March/April 1992

  • President's Message (Stuart McCarty)
  • Richard Kesel: An Odd Ode or Mary's Miracle Memoralized (poem honoring Mary McCarty's matriculation)
  • Ronda C. Engman: About Burning , Fire Scars, and Squirrels
  • Prescribed Burning: An Oak Management Tool on The Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Trail
  • Ralph D. Nyland: About Burning, Fire Scars, and Learning
  • Letters: Conservation Easements
  • Wes Suhr: Wetlands Revisited
  • Paul Steinfeld: Gilead Tree Farm-- A Thirty-three Year Perspective
  • John P. Laschenski: Save Taxes Using Federal Tax Law for Timber Owners
  • Property Boundary Line Trees
  • Chapter Reports
  • NYFOA WFL Member Floyd King Receives Environmental Award
  • Stephen S. Davison: The Sugar Maple - New York's Tree
  • Douglas C. Allen: Sugar Maple Borer
  • Gordon R. Batcheller: Trapping and Furbearer Management in New York State
  • Irwin King: Sweet Steam Signals Spring Sugarin' Time
  • David Taber: Marketing Christmas Trees Year-Round
  • Carolyn Klas: Ants and Termites
  • Ask a Forester (David Daut): Forest Inventory & Management
  • Michael C. Greason: SIP Is Finally Here
  • New York Forest Owners Association Spring Membership Meeting (insert)
  • NY Forest Owners Association, Nominations for Directors of the Association (insert)

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