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May / June 2013

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March / April 2013

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An Obstacle Course? Of Course!    
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The Pine Straw Facts    
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January / February 2013

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2012 Year In Review: From The CEO    
Action Source: What to Expect For the Next Four Years»    
Government Affairs: Hundred Year Old Laws
Layla Burgess, Joe Hammond, and Tom Straka
   
The Long and Winding Road Continues    
Managing the Woody Biomass Feedstock: The Past Century in Review    
America Gone Wild    
Fertilizing Forests    
Engineering New Revenues With Scrimtec    
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November / December 2012

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Action Source: Managing FLA for Maximum Efficiency and Effectiveness »

 

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Your Money: The Tax Man Cometh
Dave Tenny
 

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Government Affairs:Harness Your Grassroots Power with Popvox.com
Rachna Choudhry 
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Hopes For Chestnut RevivalHeather Haddon for the Wall Street Journal
With GreenTrees, participating landowners now have the potential to sit back and watch their forest grow while revenues increase.
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The rise of natural capitalism and the new frontier of the restoration economy
Chandler VanVoorhis
With GreenTrees, participating landowners now have the potential to sit back and watch their forest grow while revenues increase.
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American Canopy Trees, Forests, and the Making of a Nation
Joe Wiegand
Author Eric Rutkow’s work is invaluable for those who wish to know more about the role of trees and forests in America’s history.

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Sept / Oct 2012
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Landowner To Landowner: Advocacy or Apathy for Forest Management
Bob Williams

 

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Taking A Stand
Government Affairs: Rep. Mike Simpson: "Budget plan reverses' 'unsustainable' EPA spending increases."
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Working to Conserve Species so they do not end up on the endangered list.
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Great Water Grab
Rep. "Doc" Hastings (R-WA)
Obama's national ocean policy threatens jobs and economic activities onshore and off.
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Softwood Lumber Board Approves Initial Programs
Softwood Lumber Board (SLB) funding will support building standards and promotion of softwood lumber use in light commercial, multi-family and post frame construction.
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ConstituentsAreTheNewLobbyistsBanner
Melinda Gable
In today’s world of digital technology, elected officials are able to easily gauge support and opposition of legislation from the people who vote them into office.
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Melinda Gable
Hammering out the Next Farm Bill. An Insiders Persepective.
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Beyond Certification: Will we continue on the certification path we are on, or will we thoughtfully assess and apply the lessons learned to improve the course?
Jeff Howe and Kathryn Fernholtz
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          July / August 2012

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2012 National Conference Highlights
Forest Landowner's Annual Meeting Brings Together Foresters, Generations of Families, Experts and Corporate
Partners.
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CSI American Bald
Eagle

This is a compelling story of mysterious bird deaths that is raising concern for the health of eagles, ducks, geese and fish in southeastern reservoirs.

Susan Wilde and Jessica Haynie
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Why Do Trees Die?

Human Activities or environmental changes that disrupt photoshynthesis are key reasons.
David Mercker and George Hopper
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What Makes a Softwood Tree Valuable?

Jack Lutz, PhD
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Rose Lane Leavell: 2012 Forest Landowner Of The Year

Pete Williams
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Let It Burn
Fighting fire with fire
has been given the
green light by a new
study of technigues used
to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires.
And with the rise in wildfires predicted in
many parts of the
country, researchers
say controlled burns and
other treatments to manage this risk should
be stepped up.
Sarah Yang
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Thoughts on Investing In Southern Timberland
Trees, Contrarians and Common Sense
Marshall Thomas
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May / June     March / April 2012    January / Febuary 2012
 

 

 

 

 

 
  • Action Source
    News & Notes of Landowner Interest
    Key Priorities of Private Forest Landowners Requested by Senate Committee for Farm Bill Hearing
  • Forest Facts
    Private Forest Landowner Impact Project
    This data can support the Forest Landowners Association's efforts to articulate the unique contributions of private forest landowners to the media and policymakers.
    Brooks Mendell and Amanda LangMembers Only: View Full Article»
  • Forest Sector - Reeling During the Economic Downturn
    Downturns create opportunites for firms and policy makers to rethink, incentivize, and revitalize
    W. Brad Smith and Richard W. GuldinMembers Only: View Full Article»
  • Give Yourself an Edge
    The edges of your food plots are probably the most important feature there is and are often the most neglected.
    Mark W. Thomas
  • RISI Viewpoint  
    Sawlog markets in the US South and Pacific Northwest: when will the South recover?
    Seth Walker
 
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  • Landowner to Landowner
    With continued economic turmoil and political uncertainty in 2012, what specific changes are you considering in your forest management plans?
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  • Action Source
    News & Notes of Landowner Interest: Lumber Strength Issues-Could there be an impact on forest landowners?
  • Your Money
    Two tax deferral strategies for forest landowners
    Andy Gustafson
  • 2012 National Conference of Private Forest Landowners
  • Financial Analysis in Forest Investment
    Just like the risk to have broken eggs can be reduced if one puts them in ten baskets rather than in one basket, an asset's unique risk can be eliminated by portfolio diversification under the framework of the modern portfolio theory.
    Bin Mei and Michael L. Clutter
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  • Cross-Laminated Timber 
    In depth with the engineered wood product with a very bright future.
    Bill Mitchell
  • Farming for Caviar
    New cost-effective method of farming Siberian sturgeon for caviar could protect wild sturgeon, boost econoly, and could be a cash crop for private landowners in the future.
    Sam Fahmy
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