National Woodlands Article Index

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Winter 2010

Pg. 5 – “Forest Commentary: American Tree Farm System & National Woodland Owners Assoc.” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News

Pg. 8 – “How Family Forestry Issues Fared in 2009

Pg. 11 – “Outstanding Forestry Legislation of 2009“; “Family Forests Education Award

Pg. 12 – “Bill and Cathy Sayward Guide Itasca Greenhouse to a Green Future“ by Margaret A. Haapoja

Pg. 14 – “Woodland Report: National News

Pg. 15 – “Woodland Report: Reports from the States

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “The Canadian Federataion of Woodlot Owners: Growing Interest in Wood-Based Energy

Pg. 19 – “The Greatest Good For The Greatest Number: TREESEARCH: The U.S. Forest Service Delivers Forest Science and Technology Online

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes: The Current Status of the Federal Estate & Gift Taxes“ by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News from the Regions

Pg. 25 – Book Review: “So, Just How Much Wood Is in Your Woods?

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water: Conservation Agents and the Woodland Owner


Autumn 2009

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 5 – “Non-Industrial Forestry Commentary: Why the Top Ten Family Forestry Issues Survey is Important” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest”; “Forestry Quotes of the Quarter

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News from Washington D.C.

Pg. 8 – “Top Ten Family Forestry Issues for 2010

Pg. 12 – “2009 Meeting Report of the NWOA Board

Woodland Report

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 17 – “The Greatest Good for The Greatest Number: America’s Environmental Threat Assessment Centers

Pg. 18 – “News from The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners: Family & Community Forestry: Local Control for Better Sustainability

Pg. 19 – “Income Tax & Carbon Markets: How Carbon Credits Received by Woodland Owners are Taxed” by Linda Wang and Al Todd

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes: Timber Theft, Condemnations And Postponing Resulting Gains” by William Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “Soil & Water: The Foundation Of it all…..


Summer 2009

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 4 – “NWOA Elects Newest Board Member

Pg. 5 – “Forestry Commentary: Privately Owned Woodlands Value to the Nation Recognized” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News

Pg. 8 – “Restoring Chesapeake Bay Through Sustainable Forestry

Pg. 10 – “Timber Harvest And Wildfires

Pg. 14 – “Woodland Report: National News

Pg. 15 – “Woodland Report: Reports from the States

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 17 – “The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number: Forest Certification

Pg. 18 – “The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Pg. 19 – “Any Lap in a Storm

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes: Deduction of Forestry Costs by Woodland Investors

Pg. 22 – “News from the Regions

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water: The Foundation Of it all…..

Spring 2009

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 5 – “Landowners Must Have Access To Markets of Their Choice: It Turns Out We Have to Fight For It!” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Asian Longhorned Beetle Threatens Forests in the Northeast” by Faith Campbell

Pg. 9 – “State Affiliates Elect Three New Directors to NWOA Board

Pg. 10 – “Your Wood & the Free Market: A Primer on Forests & Free Trade

Pg. 12 – “A Tale of Two States” by Rick Dunning

Woodland Report

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 17 – “What’s Your Plan for the Future?

Pg. 18 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water: The Foundation Of it all…

 

Winter 2009

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 5 – “Managing Your Woodland In Hard Times: We Can Do Just Fine” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Getting Your Start In the Growing Carbon Market: New Technology Helps Landowners and Foresters” by Barbara Shields

Pg. 11 – “Woodland Management In a Financial Crisis: Create a Management Schedule and Stay Ahead of the Game” by Kurt Swearingen

Woodland Report

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Pg. 19 – “Observe, Act, Reflect and Adapt

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Winter’s Gifts

Autumn 2008

Pg. 2 – “Oregon State Forestry Extension Wins 2008 Family Forest Education Award”, “Lloyd Casey Elected Chair of the NWOA Board

Pg. 5 – “A Time to Hold Them Not Fold Them: Family Woodlands are Our Safest Investments” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “The Top Ten Forestry Issues For 2009

Pg. 12 – “Opportunity Knocks For Woodland Owners” by Ron Bell and Darrel Pendris

Pg. 14 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Woodland Report

Pg. 18 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Taxes

Pg. 19 – “The Forest Taxman Cometh—And You Can be Ready

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “Largest Midwest Biomass Power Plant Announced

Pg. 25 – “Asian Beetle Found in Mass.

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Seeing Your Slice of the Watershed

Summer 2008

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 5 – “It’s a Fact, Trees Grow Back! Special Issue on Forest Recovery” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “NWOA News

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Public Policy Advocacy Lessons Learned After Hurricane Katrina” by Bruce C. Alt

Pg. 10 – “The Role of Family Forests In Forest Fire Fighting and Suppression” By Peter Kolb

Agroforestry Notes

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 19 – “ A Sampling of Three Forward-Looking Online Resources

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 23 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Trees Work Hard of Water Quality

 

Spring 2008

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond

Pg. 4 – “NWOA News

Pg. 5 – “Passing on Your Legacy: Are You Up to the Challenge?” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8- “Forest Ownership Patterns are Changing” by Brett J. Butler

Pg. 11 – “Rx for Forest Health: Scientists Use GIS to Battle Red Oak Borer in Ozark Woodlands” by Barbara Shields

Pg. 13 – “Bad Information Leads to Unfair Law: NWOA continues to work for a correction in a very divided Congress

“Woodland Report”

“News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “Book Review” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 19 – “Forests on the Edge: Rapid Development Near Public Forests

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 23 – “News From the Regions

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Take Care of Your Foundation

 

Winter 2008

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “A Winter Quarter To Remember” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “How Family Forestry Fared in 2007

Pg. 11 – “Angry Tree Farmer Takes on Congress” by Larry Stroud

Pg. 12 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 15 – “Unplugging Our Kids and Getting Them Into the Woods: A Critical Challenge

Pg. 17 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 19 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Forests’ Environmental Services and the Lessons of History

Autumn 2007

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “The Good, the bad, And the Late” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 7 – “NWOA News

Pg. 8 – “Forest Certification Dilemma” by Tom Thomson

Pg. 11 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 14 – “Open Space Conservation Strategy Unveiled

Woodland Report

News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Pg. 15 – “Meet Darrel Pendris, NWOA’s New Executive Director

Pg. 17 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 19 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Water is the Central Organizer of Ecosystems

Summer 2007

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Surviving a Summer Of Extremes” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “The Top Ten Forestry Issues For 2007-2008

Pg. 13 – “Wanted: Respectable Piece of the Pie

Pg. 14 – “Restoring the Interior Ozark Highlands” by John Andre, Mark Morales, McRee Anderson

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 16 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 17 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 19 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 26 – “Soil & Water:  Getting Better Acquainted With NRCS and NACD

 

Spring 2007

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Forest Practices Illustrated: Responsible forestry is more complex than it looks!” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Family Forest Owners: New Challenges in a Changing World” by R. Scott Wallinger

Pg. 10 – “Private Forests Are at Risk:  The Need for Action in the 2007 Farm Bill

Pg. 12 – “News From Our State Partners

Pg. 14 – “ Kealakekua Heritage Ranch: A Big Vision on Hawaii’s Big Island

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 17 – “Family Forests Education Award

Pg. 18 – “Is Thermally Transformed Wood In Your Future?” by Raymond Leduc

Pg. 20 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 21 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 22 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 23 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 30 – “Soil & Water – Forests:  A Critical Component of the Watershed

 

Winter 2007

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Find Your Lowest Lawful Tax, It Takes Work, But It’s worth it!” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “The Return of Horse Logging” by Donald L.Gibbon

Pg. 10 – “How Private Forestry Fared in 2006

Pg. 14 – “What Your Conservation District Can Do for You” by Fred Deneke

Pg. 16 – “Honors and Losses

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 17 – “National Awards: The Best of 2006

Pg. 18 – “Threats to America’s National Forests Can Harm Family Woodlands Too

Pg. 19 – “News From Our State Partners

Pg. 20 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 21 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Taxes

Pg. 22 – “Tax Tips for Forest Landowners For the 2006 Tax Year

Pg. 19 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

Autumn 2006

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “A Political Change in Washington, D.C: A New Search for Consensus” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Issues Confronting Family Forests In The 21st Century

Pg. 10 – “Tree Day Era Comes to a Close” by Sherm and Faye Salee, with Keith Argow

Pg. 13 – “NWOA Board Meets Charts Future Course

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 15 – “Landmark Stewardship Contract Awarded on Arizona National Forest

Pg. 16 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 17 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 21 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions”

Summer 2006

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Timber Market Concerns Rise but Taxes Still the #1 Issue” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 6 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “The Top Ten Forestry Issues For 2006-2007

Pg. 13 –“An Introduction to Ecosystem Services

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 16 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 17 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 21 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 22 – “News From the Regions”

Spring 2006

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Bio-Energy—The New Frontier: Political Power vs. Energy Efficiency” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Bioenergy Production: The Second American Revolution for Independence” by Ron Bell

Pg. 10 – “Woody Biomass: The Next Best Thing” by Dave Atkins

Pg. 11 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 13 – “Forest Legacy: This is what it is all about” by Dee Session, as told by Don Blonquist

Pg. 14 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 17 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 18 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 19 – “Landowner Alliance

Pg. 20 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 23 – “News From the Regions”

Winter 2006

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “President’s 2007 Budget Proposals Signal Changes in Forestry Priorities” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Landowners Alliance

Pg. 8 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 9 – “National Awards: The Best of 2005

Pg. 10 – “A Conservation Winner: Joining Conservation Easements and Sustainable Private Forestry” by Stephen Long

Pg. 12 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 13 – “Forests, Water, and Watersheds: Recognizing the Importance of Maintaining Forested Ecosystems” by Karen Solari

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 15 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 16 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 18 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 21 – “News From the Regions”

Fall 2005

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “By the Crying of the Loon: NWOA Board Sets A Strong Agenda for 2006” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 10 – “Southern Forest Hurricane Damage: State and Federal Forestry Agencies Quick to Respond” by Dale Bosworth

Pg. 12 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 13 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 15 – “Agroforestry Possibilites for Forest Landowners” by Gregory A. Ruark, Program Manager, USDA National Agroforestry
Center (NAC)

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 19 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 20 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 22 – “Woody Biomass: Trash or Treasure?” by Larry Payne

Pg. 23 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”

Summer 2005

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Top Ten Issues to Work On: A Summer of Progress” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “Top Ten Forestry Issues for 2005-2006

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 18 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 15 – “Forest Legacy Update

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 19 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 20 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 22 – “The National Fire Plan

Pg. 23 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”

April 2005

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “48 Thousand New Hands” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 10 – “Forest Service Celebrates 100 Years of Service

Pg. 14 – “Research Strengthens Forests and Forest Product Industries” by Chris Risbrudt

Pg. 15 – “National Awards: The Best of 2004

Pg. 16 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

January 2005

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Welcome Affiliate Members!

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “The View From New York State: One Landowner’s Perspective

Pg. 14 – “Top Ten Forestry Issues: They Fared Better Than Ever in 2004

The Forestry Advantage

Pg. 16 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 17 – “NWOA Vision

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “The Forest Service/Landowner Interface

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

 

October 2004

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Building a Nationwide Partnership With State Associations” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Planning the Future Forest” by Thom McEvoy

Pg. 14 – “Do You Have a Place on Your Land for a Cell Phone Tower?” by Suzanna Sorrells

Pg. 16 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “Hurricane Charley Trashes Fire Lookouts in Florida” by Ty Alexander

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 29 – “Stihl ‘Forestry Hero’ for 2004 Help Local Fire Department

July 2004

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 4 – “Wildfires Ravage the West

Pg. 5 – “Do You Have Your WITS About You? Terrorism By Fire, Can We Prepare for It?” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Appalachian Research Forest Celebrates A Decade of Accomplishment” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 13 – “Two Regional VP’s Named by NWOA

Pg. 14 – “Why NWOA Supports Cost Sharing…A Policy Backgrounder for Members” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 18 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “The Family Forest Owner’s Sense of Place…Reflections on an International Symposium” by Michael R. Reichenbach

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

April 2004

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “A Performance Review for Fire Control” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Point: U.S. Tariffs on Softwood Lumber Are Unfair and Counterproductive

Pg. 11 –“Counterpoint: Canadian Government Subsidies Give Lumber Imports and Unfair Advantage

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 14 – “Forest Resources Research Funding is Critical

Pg. 16 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

 

January 2004

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Breaking New Ground” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Two Heroes of American Forestry” by Thom McAvoy

Pg. 13 – “Outstanding Forestry Awards for 2003

Pg. 14 – “Top Ten Forestry Issues: How they Fared in 2003” by Keith A. Argow

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “And Then Some…

Pg. 18 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 20 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association

Pg. 21 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 23 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”

 

October 2003

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “A Birthday to Remember” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “NWOA Celebrates 20 Years of Services” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 12 – “Nine Nations Represented at the 4th International Private Forestry Congress”

Pg. 14 – “Wildfire Hits Close to Home: National Woodlands Regional Editor Loses His” by David Johnson

Pg. 16 – “Forestry Book Reviews”

Pg. 18 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 20 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 21 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 26 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 29 – “News From the Regions”

July 2003

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Ah, Washington, D.C…What Would We Do Without You?” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC

Pg. 8 – “ New Forest Landowner Profile Sparks Resurgence in Local Organizations” by E.G. Nadeau

Pg. 11 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 12 – “A Roadside View of Kentucky Forest Practices” by Herb Loyd

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “Forestry Book Reviews”

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

April 2003

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “New Name, Same Strong Mission” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “200 Years of Forestry Lessons: The Dauerwald in 10 Pictures” by Hans Schabel

Pg. 13 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 16 – “Absentee Landowner Beware!”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Forestry Book Review”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”

 

January 2003

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Bright Year Dawning” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “Top Ten Forestry Issues in 2002”

Pg. 9 –“Outstanding Forestry Awards for 2002

Pg. 10 – “Allegheny National Forest Tract Earns Green Tag Certification

Pg. 11 – “ When is a Certified Forest Not Sustainable? Maybe When It’s a National Forest!” by Ken Kane

Pg. 13 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

Pg. 16 – “Forestry Book Reviews…”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17- “How Does East Side Compare With the Green Tag Standard?”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 26 – “News From the Regions”


October 2002

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “CCC: The Three C’s of Private Forestry: Cost Sharing, Conflagrations, and Conservation Easements” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “The Art and Science of Forest Conservation Easements” by Tammara Van Ryn

Pg. 10 – “ Public Funding is Inappropriate for National Network of Forest Landowners” by The Forest Landowners Association

Pg. 11 – “It’s Time to Resolve this Controversial Issue and Concentrate on Good Forestry” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 12 – “Congressional Help Sought in Landowner Association Dispute” by Dr. Vernon R. Hayes

Pg. 13 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 16 – “The 2002 Farm Bill: A Matter of Perspective” by Rachel Jordan

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 –“Jerry Rose Selected as NWOA Reg. Director”, “A Monument for Heroes Dedicated in Washington State

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”


July 2002

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Is There a Fire in Your Future? Not if You Follow Fire Sense” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10– “America’s First Volkswoods Recognized” by Randall Roberts

Pg. 12 – “ Nearly a Forest Paradise: Copper Basin Prior to 1800” by Edward A. Johnson

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…” Remembering Bill Seybold

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest

Pg. 16 – “ Showdown at Show Low” by David A. Bischel

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Crop Tree Field Guide” Honored as Outstanding Forestry Publication for 2001.

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register

Pg. 21 –“Forest Service Launches National Woodland Owner Survey”

Pg. 22 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

April 2002

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Sustainable Forestry: From Oxymoron to Reality The Right Choices Must be Made” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Industrial Destruction Reversed at Copper Basin” by Edward A. Johnson

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

Pg. 16 – “ Sustainable Forestry Begins and Ends on the Ground” by Mark Rey

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Trees of America: American Chestnut”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

January 2002

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “The National Commission on Science for Sustainable Forestry” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “I Sold My Timberland Online Through an eBay Auction” by Dave Sullivan

Pg. 13 – “Trees of America: American Holly”

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

Taxes

Pg. 16 – “Tax Tips for Forest Landowners of the 1999 Tax Year” by Larry M. Bishop, Forest Management and Taxation Specialist

Pg. 21 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 24 – “Forestry Kiosk On Display at 2002 Winter Olympics” by Jean Livingston

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

October 2001

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Sustaining America’s Future ” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “The Unique View From the Fire Lookout” by Danna Ashworth

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

Pg. 15 – “ Forestry Book Reviews…”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

July 2001

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “The Price of Independence…Will it be too High? ” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “First National Forest Tract Earns Green Tag Certification”

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Trees of America: Yellow Poplar”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “News From the Regions”

April 2001

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Don’t Miss This Meeting” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Forest Landowners Finding Safe Harbor” by Michael J. Bean

Pg. 14 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Trees of America: White Oak”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 23 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

January 2001

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Circling the Stwards For the 21st Century” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “How Conservation Eastments Can Benefit Woodland Owners” by Constance Best

Pg. 12 – “2000 Top Ten Private Forestry Issues in Review”

Pg. 13 – “Outstanding Forestry Awards for 2000”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Trees of America: Eastern White Pine”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “News From the Regions”

Pg. 25 – “And Then Some…”

October 2000

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “A Time to Give Smokey Bear Some Matches!” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “The Great Western Wildfires: Predicting the Future by Looking at the Past” By R.C. Rothermel

Pg. 14 – “Maine Forestry Referendum Targets Small Woodlot Owners” by Fred Huntress, Jr.

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

 

July 2000

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “NWOA Gains Four New Forestry Councils” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 –“Looking Ahead: An Analysis of the Timber Situation in the U.S. 1957-2050”by Richard Haynes

Pg. 14 – “Rethink the Value of Big Trees” by Jamie Barbour

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “White Pine Woes Under Study in MI”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

 

April 2000

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “We Have Choices!” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “Modern Day Luddites” by Patrick Heffernan

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Foresters, Snake Oil Salesmen and Other Sordid Folk” by William C. Humphries

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 23 – “News From the Regions”

 

January 2000

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “United We Stand” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “1999 Top Ten Private Forestry Issues in Review”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Forest Fragmentation: The Future Trend for NIPF Woodlands?” by R. Neil Sampson

Taxes

Pg. 12 – “Tax Tips for Forest Landowners of the 1999 Tax Year” by Larry M. Bishop, Forest Management and Taxation Specialist

Pg. 21 – “ Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

Pg. 16 – “And Then Some…”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Outstanding Forestry Awards for 1999”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 24– “News From the Regions”

October 1999

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5. – “Putting Faith Back in Forestry” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 8 – “Federal Wildland Fire Policy Puts Neighboring Private Property at Risk” by John Marker

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “The Sustainable Forestry Initiative: Three Views”

Pg. 13 – “And Then Some…”

Pg. 14 – “Reviews…”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Add Value to Your Timber Through Cooperative Effort” by Jill Cornell, NWOA Northeast Region Vice President

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 24– “News From the Regions”

 

July 1999

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “An Alliance for Action” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Wildlife Marshes: Should You Consider Adding or Enhancing One on Your Woodland?” by Lawrence Lepak

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 22 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

 

April 1999

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “Principles, Pique & Privacy” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC”

Pg. 9 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 10 – “Confessions of an NWOA Regional VP” by Jill Cornell, president, NY Forest Owners Assoc.

Pg. 13 – “Forestry Book Reviews…”

Pg. 14 – “Guest Editorial”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “USPS Considers Tree Farm Stamp”,“Honoring Harry Rossoll”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”

 

January 1999

Pg. 2 – “The Readers Respond”

Pg. 5 – “The Power of 10” by Keith A. Argow

Pg. 7 – “Late Breaking News From Washington, DC” Private Forestry Issues

Pg. 9 – “The Top Ten”

Pg. 10 – “Coming to a Tree Near You?” by: Suzanne Mangino, NWOA Staff Forester

Pg. 14 – “News From The Canadian Federation of Woodlot Owners”

Pg. 15 – “Conservation News Digest”

“The Forestry Advantage”

Pg. 17 – “Outstanding Forestry Awards for 1998”

Pg. 18 – “Quarterly Report of the Forest Fire Lookout Association”

Pg. 19 – “National Historic Lookout Register”

Pg. 21 – “Timber and Taxes” by William C. Siegel, J.D.

Pg. 25 – “News From the Regions”