2021 New York Forest Owner Archives

  • Volume 59, Number 1, January/February 2021

    *Issues of The New York Forest Owner less than 1 year old are not available on-line. To make sure you get the latest NYFOA information you are encouraged to Join NYFOA.

    • From the President (Art Wagner): Looking forward to 2021 as we hopefully emerge from COVID restrictions. Congratulations to Joanie Mahoney on her recent appointment as president of SUNY ESF
    • Why Thinning Matters (Ed Neuhauser)
    • Ask a Professional (Brett Chedzoy and Peter Smallidge): Assessing Woodlands for Silvopasture
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Maggie Lin): Great Horned Owl (Bubo Virginianus)
    • Getting the Most from Your Woodlot (Eric Jenks): Firewood Harvesting
    • Woodland Health (Coordinated by Mark Whitmore): Miscreants as Messengers (Paul Hetzler)
    • WFL Firewood For Charity Completes Season Five (Dave Keebler)
    • Member Profile (Jeff Joseph): Frank Winkler
  • Volume 59, Number 2, March/April 2021

    *Issues of The New York Forest Owner less than 1 year old are not available on-line. To make sure you get the latest NYFOA information you are encouraged to Join NYFOA.

    • From the President (Art Wagner):Ode to Spring; Webinars and other changes to meetings due to COVID; Craig Vollmer appointed to serve as NYFOA's Executive Director
    • Starting a Home Orchard: A Beginner's Guide (Jeff Joseph)
    • Ask a Professional Peter Smallidge): Managing the Risk of Windthrow After Forest Harvesting
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Karen Ceballos): Wild Turkey (Meleagris Gallopavo)
    • Randall's Heritage Maple: Grounded in History, Looking Towards the Future (Eric Jenks)
    • Woodland Health (Mark Whitmore): Planning For Gypsy Moth
    • NYFOA Chapters (Jeff Joseph)
  • Volume 59, Number 3, May/June 2021

    *Issues of The New York Forest Owner less than 1 year old are not available on-line. To make sure you get the latest NYFOA information you are encouraged to Join NYFOA.

    • From the President (Stacey Kazacos) Starting as new president of NYFOA. Steps to take to ensure the continued success of NYFOA.
    • Hardwood Lumber Markets and the Impact on New York's Timber Market (Tom Gerow)
    • From The Executive Director (Craig Vollmer) Introducing myself as your new Executive Director.
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): To Cut of Not to Cut - Tree Selection for a Harvest
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Kristi Sullivan): Scarlet Tanager (Piranga Olivacea)
    • Tree Farm (Eric Jenks): Audobon NY has Three Grant Funded Projects for NY Forest Owners
    • Woodland Health (Coordinated by Mark Whitmore): The Root of the Problem (Paul Hetzler)
    • Chair Camp 2021 July 29, 30 & 31 (Ed Neuhauser)
    • 2020 NYFOA Donors
  • Volume 59, Number 4, July/August 2021

    *Issues of The New York Forest Owner less than 1 year old are not available on-line. To make sure you get the latest NYFOA information you are encouraged to Join NYFOA.

    • From the Executive Director (Craig Vollmer) Getting your descendants interested/invested in your land.
    • Could Deer Hunting Improve Habitat For Forest Birds? (Marc Devokaitis).
    • Ask a Professional (Brett Chedzoy): Controlling Undesirable Understory
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Maggie Lin): Gray Fox (Urocyon Cinereoargentis)
    • Tree Farm (Eric Jenks): What the 2021 ATFS Changes Mean for Forest Owners, Inspectors
    • Woodland Health (Coordinated by Mark Whitmore): I Like Ants... Well, Maybe Not All The Time! (Mark Whitmore)
    • Woodlot Empathy (Dick Gibbs)
    • Bearing Witness: The Rapid Decline of Ash in New York (Jeff Joseph)
  • Volume 59, Number 5, September/October 2021

    *Issues of The New York Forest Owner less than 1 year old are not available on-line. To make sure you get the latest NYFOA information you are encouraged to Join NYFOA.

    • From the President (Stacey Kazacos):NYFOA provides tools and information to woodlot owners. New resources on the board.
    • History of the New York Forest Owners Association, Part I (Hugh Canham)
    • Ask a Professional (Peter Smallidge): Getting started as a new woodlot owner
    • Wild Things in Your Woodlands (Cory Snyder): Northern Goshawk (Accipter Gentilis)
    • Gypsy Moth Infestations What to Know (Eric Jenks)
    • Making Biochar the Cheap Way
    • Woodland Health (Coordinated by Mark Whitmore): Be Prepared (Mark Whitmore)

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