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New book: History of Adirondack Logging

Started Aug 7, 2016 0 Replies

A new book on the history of Adirondack logging during the period of early mechanization.…Continue

HUBBARD BROOK: The Story of a Forest Ecosystem Holmes and Likens 2016

Started Jul 6, 2016 0 Replies

A new book on the classic ongoing (50+ years) study of forest ecology. The research was ongoing and set the baseline for our understanding of the ecology forests on a watershed scale. Often…Continue

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"Education on Small Woodland Management Across the pond. http://smallwoods.org.uk/about-us/introduction/"
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Lewis E. Ward commented on Stephen Kutney's blog post Dutch Elm disease
"Glad I could help.  I saw that no one had answered. The drought, heat and  windy conditions put many plansts under stress. "
Aug 25, 2016
Lewis E. Ward commented on Stephen Kutney's blog post Dutch Elm disease
Aug 25, 2016
Lewis E. Ward commented on Stephen Kutney's blog post Dutch Elm disease
"Princeton does get Elm Yellows, but the brownng doesn't match the symptoms. Here is a fine article on disease reistant elms. Personally  would never plant an elm not resistant to elm yellows or DED. There are some fine hybrid cultivars…"
Aug 25, 2016
Lewis E. Ward commented on Stephen Kutney's blog post Dutch Elm disease
" I've never seen DED on young trees and Princeton is resistant. Since it's a young tree it's most likely drought stress.  A sure sign of DED is a brown  cambium when you cut a…"
Aug 25, 2016
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New book: History of Adirondack Logging

A new book on the history of Adirondack logging during the period of early mechanization.http://newyorkhistoryblog.org/…/jay-oherns-new-book-on-ad…/…See More
Aug 7, 2016
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Lewis E. Ward liked Peter Smallidge's blog post Arranging a Timber Sale and Timber Sale Contracts
Jul 19, 2016
Lewis E. Ward replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion 16,000 Estimated Tree Species in the Amazon Basin
Jul 18, 2016
Lewis E. Ward replied to Brett Chedzoy's discussion 16,000 Estimated Tree Species in the Amazon Basin
"Something to think about Brett and Pete.  I just made a quick list of native tree and shrub species on my 18+ acres on a well watered lateral moraine facing northeast with mostly Howard soil. I listed 37 species. Not too shabby for a small…"
Jul 17, 2016

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They Feast on the Vines of Chianti, the Swine

Posted on March 8, 2016 at 8:52pm 0 Comments

Somewhat related to the deer problem we have in our forests. Who knew that Italy was facing a similar problem with deer and boars? http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/08/world/europe/italy-tuscany-chianti-wine.html?smid=fb-share&_r=0

Swedish traditional agroforestry! Shifting Agriculture

Posted on February 5, 2016 at 11:36pm 0 Comments

Swedish traditional agroforestry!
'Shifting cultivation
Shifting cultivation Duration 36 min 47 sec. Nm No. 42. Movie recorded for the Nordic Museum. The film was busy under the management of Ola Bannbers. Photo Gustaf Boge, Ragnar Westfelt.'  
https://youtu.be/0S7LTbJ-ErQ

Fungus kills Lyme disease-carrying ticks-Metarhizium anisopliae

Posted on January 14, 2016 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

New research. Efficacy? Cost per unit and efficacy is this viable? How quickly are the new lyme carrying tcks reestablished?

http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Fungus-kills-Lyme-disease-carrying-ticks-3379407.php…

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GMO American Chestnuts - will the King of the Eastern Forests return?

Started by Brett Chedzoy in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Brett Chedzoy May 18. 6 Replies

copied over from the: www.silvopasture.ning.com forum...Since I first became obsessed with trees and forests and set out on a path to become a forester ~ 30 years ago, I have dreamed of someday seeing…Continue

Dealing with Climate Change Proactively on YOUR land - Links

Started by Alicia Rose in Forest Health May 4. 0 Replies

Climate Response Frameworkhttp://www.forestadaptation.org/-------------------Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science…Continue

Reading "The Hidden Life of Trees"

Started by David J Vinish II in Forest Health Apr 19. 0 Replies

Reading... The Hidden Life of Trees http://amzn.to/2pDtmGtContinue

Logger Training….It’s Not Just for Loggers

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Woodlot Management. Last reply by Tim Goodman Apr 17. 1 Reply

Logger Training….It’s Not Just for Loggers…Continue

Announcing PA Timber 2017: Forest Products Equipment and Technology Exposition

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Woodlot Management Apr 17. 0 Replies

Announcing PA Timber 2017: Forest Products Equipment and Technology Exposition…Continue

Goldenseal in Your Back Woods?

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Announcing New Backpack Sprayer Calibration Forest Science Fact Sheet

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Announcing New Backpack Sprayer Calibration Forest Science Fact Sheet…Continue

native Plants of New York

Started by Carl DuPoldt in Forest Health Apr 13. 0 Replies

A native plant is one that naturally occurs in a region without having been introduced from elsewhere by people. Over thousands of years, native plants have adapted to the climate, soils, and environmental conditions of our area. They have developed…Continue

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