2018 New York Forest Owner Archives

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  • Volume 56, Number 1, January/February 2018

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    • From the President (Charles Stackhouse): The pleasures of being in the woods in winter. Resolve to participate in NYFOA events.
    • 2018 Silent Auction (Dave Williams)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Getting Started With Small-Scale Maple Syrup Production
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Flying Squirrels
    • NYFOA's Chainsaws for Charity (C4C) - The Big Haul (Dean Faklis)
    • Cassadaga Valley Wins a NYFOA Woodlands Mini Grant! (Cheryl Burns)
    • Free Programs at the NY FARM SHOW
    • Woodland Health (Rea Manderino, coordinated by Mark Whitmore): Giant Silkmoths in Northeast Forests
    • Member Profile (Briana Binkerd-Dale): Tracy Lamanec
  • Volume 56, Number 2, March/April 2018

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    • From the President (Charles Stackhouse): New Director of Organization Development (Mike Zagata); Promoting the Empire Forests of the Future Initiative
    • Message from New Director of Organizational Development (Mike Zagata)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Which Walnut Is It?
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Karen Ceballos): Northern Saw-Whet Owl
    • NYS 4-H Forestry: Connecting Youth Outdoors (Ingrid Hill)
    • Silent Auction 2018 (Dave Williams)
    • Northeast Timber Growing Contest - 2017 Contest Results (Dean Faklis and Peter Smallidge)
    • Woodland Health (James Burtis, coordinated by Mark Whitmore): Ticks In The Winter: A Shrouded Life
    • Member Profile (Peter Smallidge): Ellen Graf and Zhong-hua Lu
  • Volume 56, Number 3, May/June 2018

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    • From the President (Charles Stackhouse): EFFI didn't make it through the state budget process. New NYFOA officers. Thanks to outgoing members. This is my last column as president.
    • NYFOA 2017 Donors
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Seasonal Control of American Beech
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Karen Ceballos): How to Identify Frog and Salamander Eggs
    • Life's Important Decisions (Ed Neuhauser)
    • Tree Identification (Edward Piestrak)
    • Restore New York Woodlands (Jerry Michael)
    • Woodland Health (Paul Hetzlero, coordinated by Mark Whitmore): Velvet Longhorns
    • We Can Always Learn More About our Land (Ed Neuhauser)
    • Member Profile (Dennis Atiyeh): Rich Taber
  • Volume 56, Number 4, July/August 2018

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    • From the President (Art Wagner, 1st column as President): Review of past 12 months accomplishments of NYFOA . Application of NYFOA principles to own property.
    • Silent Auction results.
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Treatment of sprouted autumn olive and oter interfering shrub.
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Eastern Newt (Notophthalmus Viridescens)
    • News from The New York Tree Farm System (Christopher Prentis, CF)
    • MEMBER PHOTOS, A New Feature of the NYFOA Web Site (Jim Minor)
    • NYFOA Awards
    • Woodland Health (Mark C. Whitmore): Ambrosia Beetles: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly!
    • Member Profile (Bob Barton and Brett Chedzoy): Bob and Shirley Barton
  • Volume 56, Number 5, September/October 2018

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    • From the President (Art Wagner): Chapters have been proactive with woodswalks and similar.RNYW is entering phase 2 wherein we'll be partnering with other organization. We continue to support Cornell's Master Forest Owners program. Our Lower Hudson Chapter is being re-energized.
    • Update from the Director of Organizational Development (Mike Zagata)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Protecting seedlings and wildflowers from deer browsing.
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Eastern Screech Owl (Otus Asio)
    • News from The New York Tree Farm Program (Eric Jenks)
    • Book Review (Charles Stackhouse): Attracting Wildlife to Your Backyard
    • The Elephant in the Room is The Deer in the Woods (Jerry Michael)
    • Helping Landowners Choose a Resilient Forest (Kristina Ferrare and Gregg Sargis)
    • Woodland Health (Karen Snover-Clift and Mary Ann Karp): Ambrosia Beetles: The Status of Oak Wilt in New York State
    • Member Profile (Peter Smallidge): Palm Family Forest
  • Volume 56, Number 6, November/December 2018

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    • From the President (Art Wagner): Board focusing on- Restore New York Woodlands (RNYW); Improve Real Property 480-A Tax Law; New Life Membership category. Take advantage of chapter activities.
    • The Elephant in the Room - An Update (Jerry Michael)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Managing Woodlands to Improve Wildlife Habitat
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Black-Capped Chickadee (Poecile Atricapilla)
    • News from New York Tree Farm Program (Mary Jeanne Packer): Woods, Wildlife, and Warblers program set to expand into eastern New York State
    • New Membership Option (Ed Neuhauser and Peter Tonetti)
    • State of our Forests (Mike Zagata)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): The Spotted Lanternfly is Here...
    • Member Profile (Peter Smallidge): Eric and Eleanor Randall

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