2019 New York Forest Owner Archives

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  • Volume 57, Number 1, January/February 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Summary of the first NYS Forestry and Wood Products Summit; upcoming NY Farm Show; NYFOA call for volunteers
    • Free programs at the NY Farm Show
    • Ask a Professional (Dave Skeval): Is 480a forest management plan right for me?
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Barred Owl (Strix Varia)
    • News from New York Tree Farm Program (Mary Jeanne Packer): Standards of Sustainability - What's in it for Family Forest Owners?
    • How Much Is My Timber Worth? (Hugh Canham)
    • Clark Homestead: The Forest That Never Stops Giving (Sheldon Clark)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): American Beech is Threatened
    • Member Profile (Peter Smallidge): Dorian Hyland and Jim Baxter
  • Volume 57, Number 2, March/April 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Recent and ongoing legislative efforts at the State and Federal levels. Upcoming Spring program and planned Fall program. Check out the NYFOA Facebook page.
    • The Deer Impact Initiative: An Update (Jerry Michael)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Promoting healthy tree growth in a young forest
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Seasonal Woodland Pools
    • News from New York Tree Farm Program (Mary Jeanne Packer): Forest Habitat Management Workshops and Woodswalks planned as part of new Harvests for Habitat Project
    • NYFOA Chair Camp 5 with Windsor Chair Master Dave Abeel (Ed Neuhauser and Dave Williams)
    • Women Owning Woods - Help Us Get Started (Tyler Van Fleet)
    • Major Change for Income Tax Treatment of Timber Sales for Forest Landowners: 2018 Tax Year (David Colligan)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): Beetles in the Houseā€¦Or: What Are Those Tiny Piles of Wood Dust?
    • Member Profile (Dick and Shari Gibbs): Dick and Shari Gibbs
  • Volume 56, Number 3, May/June 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): DEC stakeholder meetings on potential regulatory changes to Forest Tax Law Program. NYS Forestry Awareness Day.
    • NYFOA 2018 Donors
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Assessing a maple woods for sap and syrup production
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Black-Billed Cuckoo
    • News from New York Tree Farm Program (Mary Jeanne Packer): 2019 NYS Tree farm Field Day: June 8
    • Trees of Power (Akiva Silver)
    • Eye Candy and Cough Syrup (Paul Hetzler)
    • Providing for Our Present and Future Needs (Ed Neuhauser)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): Update on Emerald Ash Borer in New York
    • Member Profile (Dorian Hyland): Mike and Marilyn Arman
  • Volume 57, Number 4, July/August 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Highlights of the 57th Annual Spring Program
    • Firewood 4 Charity (Dave Keebler)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Treatment of Single Stems of Undesired Woody Plants
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Common Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina)
    • News from The New York Tree Farm System (Mary Jeanne Packer): Family forest owners can make a difference: Habitat management for declining forest birds
    • NYFOA Awards
    • NYFOA Chapter Awards
    • Woodland Health (Karen Snover-Cliff and Margery Daughtrey, coordinated by Mark C. Whitmore): Have You Heard of Beech Leaf Disease?
    • Member Profile (Dorian Hyland): Darryl Wood and Toby Wollin
  • Volume 57, Number 5, September/October 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Opportunities highlighted by Summer programs, DEC's NY 2020 Forest Action Plan, Attend CDC's "Managing Your Woodlot for Wildlife" symposium
    • Resisting Rot (Jeff Joseph)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): After Emerald Ash Borer: Consider What to Do When Canopy Trees Die in Your Woodlot
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Beaver (Castor canadensis)
    • News from The New York Tree Farm System (Daniel Newman): The Four Seasons of Tree Farm
    • Wormwood (Paul Hetzler)
    • Woodland Health (Tim Morris, coordinated by Mark C. Whitmore): An Update on Emerald Ash Borer
    • Member Profile (Dorian Hyland): Scott and Donna Bonno
  • Volume 57, Number 6, November/December 2019

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Thoughts on the importance of our forests.
    • NYSAF Annual Meeting (Susan Keister)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): The Benefit of Markets for Managing Low-Grade Trees
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus)
    • News from New York Tree Farm Program (Daniel Newman): Setting Boundaries: Property Boundary Lines Matter!
    • NYFOA Fall Symposium (Laura Pisarri)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): Update on Invasive Forest Tree Pests..
    • Member Profile (Dorian Hyland): Bruce and Gail Cushing

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