This premiere publication of the Alabama Forestry Commission is provided at no charge to the forest landowners of Alabama. A glossy, full-color, 32-page magazine, it is published three times each year: Spring, Summer, and Fall. Filled with information and technical assistance, it is designed to assist landowners in making informed decisions about the management practices they apply to their land. Encompassing both hardwood and softwood, urban and rural, topics include forest health, drought, pests and diseases; invasive species; prescribed burning and wildfire protection; water resources and environmental issues; wildlife; as well as available state and federal grants and programs. Articles and photographs are contributed by AFC employees and other forestry or natural resources professionals. The current circulation is over 14,000.

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Download Fall 2018

  • A Tale of Two Centuries
  • AFC Landowner Assistance and Services
  • Hurricane Michael Destroys Timber...
  • Income Tax Deduction on Timber...
  • The 'Dozen Do's' of Buying Rural Land
  • Let's Talk About Fire in Upland...
  • Set Sail Southern Oak
  • How Can We Keep Alabama Deer Free...
  • Hunting Safety
  • ATV Safety
  • Alabama Forestry Commission County...
  • Certified Wood and the Future
  • Memorial: Louis M. 'Ted' McGill Jr.
  • Plants of Alabama: Yellow Jessamine

Download Summer 2018

  • Worthy of a Prince
  • Alabama Landowners Conference 2018
  • Finding TREASURE with old friends...
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Classifying Your Hardwood Timber
  • A Flag Over Weogufka
  • Finding & Making Walking Sticks...
  • Where there’s Smoke there’s Life...
  • American Beech: Nature's Historic...
  • Urban Forest Strike Team Deploys...
  • Gopher Tortoise Conservation at Geneva...
  • Preservation or Conservation?
  • Memorials: Dr. John Mims & Chris Jaworowski
  • Accomplishing the AFC Mission at Geneva...
  • Plants of Alabama: Yellow Fringed Orchid

Download Spring 2018

  • Greenebriar: Something of the Divine
  • New 'Purple Paint Law' Protects Forestland...
  • How to Inventory Your Timber
  • The White Oak Initiative
  • Another Day at the Office
  • Bald Eagles No Longer Listed...
  • New Forests Forever Tags are here!
  • Where there’s Smoke there’s Life...
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2017 Tax Year
  • Graham Creek Nature Preserve
  • Alabama’s Grand Bay Savanna
  • Alabama Teachers Conservation Workshop
  • Forest Health Cooperative
  • Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager...
  • Stumped???
  • Tree of Alabama: Sweetbay Magnolia

Download Winter 2017

  • 'The Pike Place'... Mentor to Many
  • Forestry Field Days Add to Fall Festivities
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • 10 Things Landowners Should Know...
  • Sustainable Forestry versus Diameter Limit Cutting
  • Making a Smooth Transition from Pine Plantation...
  • Working Woodlands: A Forest Conservation Model...
  • Timber Production Output (TPO) Survey
  • White-Tailed Deer Movement and Mortality Rates
  • Acorns: Autumn’s Bounty...
  • Just What the Doctor Ordered...
  • A Different Kind of Thanksgiving
  • Sweet Rewards of Cooking Cane Syrup
  • The Acorn – A Little Nut with Many Uses

Download Summer 2017

  • Rewarding Beyond All Expectations
  • 2017 ATFA TREASURE Forest Conference...
  • What's the Difference Between TREASURE Forest...
  • Family Forest Owners of Alabama...
  • Clearing the Heir... Problems with Heir Property
  • Forest Inventory Data: a Valuable Public Resource
  • Alabama Scores High in the Nation's 'Tree Census'
  • Gopher Tortoises: Digging In at Geneva State
  • Southern Pine Beetles Cause Widespread Damage...
  • Alabama's 'Tree City USA' Program...
  • Oak Symposium
  • 'Walls of Jericho' Trail Makes Readers Digest Top 20
  • Over the Top
  • Memorials: Walter Cartwright and Tom Jaworowski
  • In Their Own Words... Letters to the AFC
  • Introducing... Ask a Forester
  • Plants of Alabama: Passion Flower

Download Spring 2017

  • 'Fishers of Men'
  • Effects of Drought Continue to Plague Trees...
  • BY THE NUMBERS... Bark Beetle Infestation...
  • A Rare Find in the Alabama Forest
  • Waterdogs & Humpback Whales...
  • Where are You?
  • BY THE NUMBERS...Drought Wildfire Facts...
  • 'Baptism by Fire' My First Wildfire Season
  • TAX TIPS for Forest Landowners...
  • Changes in Forest Structure Affect Bees...
  • Prescribed Fire in an Upland Oak Stand...
  • Meet the Emerald Ash Borer...
  • Don't Move Firewood
  • Classifying Forest Insects by Feeding Habits
  • Memorial: Jerry Brown
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Plants of Alabama: Cinnamon Fern

Download Fall / Winter 2016

  • Cedar Creek Plantation
  • 2017 ANRC Outreach Symposium and Awards
  • Water Resources — It’s All about...
  • 10 Years of SHU Success: Conserving...
  • Consider Riparian Forest Buffers...
  • The Endangered Species Act...
  • I Am a Tree Farmer
  • Winter is a Good Time to Mark...
  • Where Have All the Trappers Gone?
  • Southern Pine Beetle: Results...
  • Prescribed Fire Improves Quail...
  • A Fire Runs through It: The Longleaf...
  • In Their Own Words...Letters to the AFC
  • International Corporation to Supply...
  • Tree Seedling Sources
  • Plants of Alabama: American Mistletoe

Download Summer 2016

  • Riverwood – A Dream Comes True
  • ANRC 2016 Regional Forestry Events & Field Days
  • Good Fires Bad Fires and Fire Ants
  • On the Ground and in the Air...
  • Longleaf Pine Cone Prospects for 2016 and 2017
  • Guidelines for Producing Quality...
  • Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Silvopasture
  • Making Alabama the Ultimate Destination...
  • Our Green and Blue State
  • Living with Black Bears in Alabama
  • Basic Forestry Tools
  • Eastern Baccharis – Native Invasive Moving Inland
  • Forestry in the Blackbelt...
  • Memorials...
  • In Their Own Words Letters to the AFC
  • ATFA Annual Conference and Tour

Download Spring 2016

  • Time Well Spent – Rolling Mountain Plantation
  • FIA: To See the Forest, Focus on the Trees
  • Hardwood Corner: To Burn or Not To Burn...
  • To Burn or Not To Burn: Fire in Hardwood...
  • To Burn or Not To Burn: Hardwood Forests & Fire
  • Fragile and Fleeting . . . Ice Flowers in the Forest
  • “Twilight of an Era:” Native Cattle...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Keeping the Forest as a Forest
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2015 Tax Year
  • Maintaining Forest Trails
  • Threatened & Endangered: Northern Long-Eared Bat
  • Monsters in the Yard: Carpenter Ants
  • Memorial: Kent Hanby
  • In Their Own Words: Letters to the AFC
  • Trees of Alabama: State Champions!

Download Summer 2015

  • It’s Called "The Pasture"...
  • Healthy Forests Protect Water Quality & Quantity
  • The 2008: Housing Market Crash...
  • FIA Report: Alabama’s Timberland Acreage...
  • It’s YOUR Woods - so know your AGS and UGS
  • Practice What You Preach: Life on the Ponderosa II
  • Riding Through the Forests: How horse trails...
  • Hardwood Corner
  • UGA Research Links Prescribed Burning...
  • The "Well" Hidden Danger
  • Lookout Tower Safety
  • The Kreher Preserve & Nature Center: Where...
  • In Their Own Words: Letters to the AFC
  • Memorial: Bob Blanks
  • TREASURE Forest Tag Funds Plant Seeds...
  • PLANTS OF ALABAMA: Resurrection Fern

Download Spring 2015

  • It’s All about Family at the Old Place...
  • New Year Brings Changes in Law Enforcement
  • Oaks Return to Toomer’s Corner
  • The Hard Decision about Managing Hardwoods
  • Hardwood Corner: 40 Years of 'SNL'
  • You May Need a Permit for This
  • Why Protect Water Resources?
  • To the Moon and Back... America’s Moon Trees
  • Is that an Eagle I See?
  • Spring Planting for Wildlife
  • Keeping It at 100: A lookout tower for every...
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2014 Tax Year
  • In Their Own Words Letters to the AFC
  • UAH Celebrates TREE Campus USA Recognition
  • Memorials...
  • TREES OF ALABAMA: Live Oak

Download Fall 2014

  • "Family First" Grows a TREASURE...
  • Forest Management Annual Calendar
  • Tree Planting Procedure for Small Bare Root Seedlings
  • Tree Seedling Sources for Landowners
  • Stewards of our Streams - Why taking care of...
  • Wood Duck Boxes- Installation & Maintenance
  • Teaching an Old Dog new tricks - Chain Saw Safety
  • Western Wildfires - Answering the Call to Battle
  • Introducing SouthWRAP: Wildfire Risk...
  • Proudly Serving Alabama Landowners...
  • In Their Own Words: Letters to the AFC
  • Memorials...
  • W. Kelly Mosley Award - Auburn's Cliff Webber...
  • Trees of Alabama: Bigleaf Magnolia
  • Outreach Symposium and Awards Banquet

Download Summer 2014

  • A Call to Stewardship: McRae’s Pond...
  • ANRC 2014 Regional Forestry Events and Field Days
  • Causes of Forest Herbicide Failure
  • Rooted in the Past: EA Hauss Demonstration...
  • Champion Trees for 2014
  • Why is Cogongrass So Successful at Invading...
  • PINE Art Exhibition
  • Memorial Dan James
  • Alabama Tree Recovery Campaign: Offering Hope...
  • Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Loblolly Pine...
  • Hardwood Corner: Best Management Practices...
  • TREASURED Dogs Days of Summer
  • ATFA 2014 Annual Conference
  • Mammals of Alabama...

Download Spring 2014

  • Past, Present, & Future Heritage in the Black Belt
  • Saving the Family Forest for Future...
  • Helene Mosley Memorial TREASURE Forest Awards
  • Keeping It in the Family "The Century & Heritage Farm"
  • Hardwood Corner
  • The Ugly Truth about a Pretty Tree
  • The Mobile Bay Estuary and Coastal Population...
  • Forest Management & Stream Water Quality
  • A Firefighter's Journal: Wildfires I Have Encountered
  • Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager...
  • Containers and Growing Longleaf Pine
  • Memorials: Hopper, Langford, and McLeod
  • In Their Own Words - Letters to AFC
  • PLANTS OF ALABAMA: Beautyberry

Download Fall 2013

  • Wildlife Welcome Here: Barton Ridge
  • Alabama TREASURE Forest Joins Alabama...
  • Laurel Wilt Disease Confirmed on Trees...
  • The True Costs of Living in the Forest
  • Memorial: Cecil Owen Tanner
  • Volunteer Group Formed at Geneva State Forest
  • Foxes in the Wildland Urban Interface
  • Hardwood Corner: Hardwood Stands
  • Tracking Those Other Forest Products
  • From the Stump to the Woodworking Shop
  • Burning Issues
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2013 Tax Year
  • In Their Own Words: Letters to the AFC
  • Announcement: ANRC Outreach Symposium...

Download Summer 2013

  • A Family Affair: The Jones Farm in Paint Rock Valley
  • Meet Ember, the Newest Canine in the AFC’s...
  • Longleaf Rehab in Section 16: The Story...
  • Tell Us What You Think!
  • Champion Trees for 2013
  • Field Day Educates & Inspires Landowners
  • Managing Forests for Quail
  • Quail Need Wild, Weedy, Wooly Areas
  • Weed’em & Reap - AWF Wildlife Seminar
  • Enjoying the World "Unplugged"
  • Hardwood Corner: Forested Wetland Management
  • 4th Graders Explore Ecology & Management...
  • Cryptic Wildlife
  • Jaguarundi - The Otter Cat
  • Tree Planting Season is Just Around...
  • ANRC Regional Events & Forestry Field...
  • Trees of Alabama: Eastern Hophornbeam

Download Spring 2013

  • Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager...
  • Leaving the Stress Behind
  • Two Years and 60,000 Trees Later...
  • American Chestnut: Past and Future
  • Little Critters — BIG THREAT!
  • The Uncertain Future of Hemlocks in Alabama
  • Hardwood Corner: Educational Events...
  • Venomous Snakes of Alabama
  • Alternative Harvesting for Aesthetics
  • Goodbye to a Friend: Gary Fortenberry
  • The Virtues of a Portable Sawmill on a Woodlot
  • Just an Old Dead Tree
  • Honeybee is Important Non-native Species
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2012 Tax Year
  • Wildlife School for Landowners
  • Trees of Alabama: Southern Crab Apple

Download Fall 2012

  • Achieving a Dream
  • Uneven-aged Management for Longleaf Pine...
  • The Longleaf Planting Density Debate
  • Theft and Vandalism of Logging Equipment
  • Is the Only Good Snake a Dead Snake?
  • Moving Firewood Transports Tree-Killing Insects...
  • Invasion of the Popcorn Trees
  • Red-Tails and Other Raptors
  • Bottomland Oaks . . . Landowners Should...
  • Champion Trees for 2012
  • Bullock County “Forestry & Wildlife for Youth”
  • Alabama Ranks High in Water Quality Report
  • AU Study Examines Impacts of Timber...
  • New Fungicide to Treat Pine Seedling Diseases
  • Plants of Alabama: Devil’s Walking Stick

Download Spring / Summer 2012

  • Desire, Devotion, and Determination
  • Alabama’s Wetlands
  • Silviculture and Water Quality
  • Shortleaf: The Forgotten Pine?
  • Follow Your Management Plan
  • Boundary Lines: Know, Mark, and Protect...
  • Ensure Accurate and Complete Property Title
  • A Timber Sale Contract: Plan and Prepare
  • Understanding Forest Tax Law
  • Timber Theft – Criminal or Civil?
  • Regulatory and Environmental Concerns
  • Trees of Alabama: Fringetree

Download Fall / Winter 2011

  • "He Restoreth My Soul"
  • First Cases of Laurel Wilt Disease...
  • AFC 2013 Budget Fact Sheet
  • Changing Timberland Ownership Bringing...
  • Recommendations for Ice-Damaged Trees
  • Hidden TREASURE: Check Stephens...
  • Hogs Gone Wild: Controlling Feral Hogs
  • Quick Guide to Firewise Shrubs
  • Hack & Squirt: A Poor Man's...
  • TREASURE Forest Memorial: Bobby Allen Bearden
  • One Picture at a Time
  • Forest Roads
  • Veterans Take a "Walk in the Forest"...
  • Seedling Sources for Landowners
  • Why Do Some Bare-root Seedlings Die?
  • Directory of Alabama Forestry Commission...
  • Trees of Alabama: Red Bay

Download Summer 2011

  • A Labor of Love
  • Restoring North Alabama’s Storm-Battered...
  • In the Aftermath of the Storms...
  • The State of Alabama vs. Cogongrass
  • Forest Health Update
  • Alabama Public Land: The Lands Nobody Wanted
  • Timber Dogs: A forest owner’s Best Friend
  • Using Pesticides Safely
  • Hardwood Corner: Recent Events
  • Wildlife-Attracting Chinese Chestnuts...
  • All-Terrain Vehicles Blessing or Curse
  • ATV Safety
  • Conducting a Simple Timber Inventory
  • Trees of Alabama: Flowering Dogwood

Download Spring 2011

  • Couple Create Preserve for Future Generations
  • Jeepers Creepers... The Bugs are Coming!
  • Another Bark Beetle Takes Center Stage
  • North Alabama Hardwoods Knocked for a Loop Again
  • Should You Use a Trust or a Will...
  • Bringing Longleaf Pine Forests Back...
  • Managing our Streamside Management Zones (SMZs)
  • Stewardship Showcased in Regional Events
  • Wild Turkey Management
  • Open Areas Important for Turkeys
  • Warm Season Food Plantings for Deer
  • Know Your Boundaries
  • Why Do We Have Fire Laws?
  • Threatened & Endangered Species: Protecting...
  • Updated Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for...
  • Trees of Alabama: Allegheny Chinquapin

Download Fall 2010

  • Practice What You Teach
  • Report Takes Pulse of State’s Forest
  • War Journal Our Fight Against Cogongrass
  • Southern Pine Beetle Fall Brings a Few Surprises
  • Silvopasture – An Opportunity for Additional...
  • Growing Christmas Trees Is It Right for You
  • Tallowtrees are Popping Up Everywhere
  • Safe Harbor Agreements: A TREASURE...
  • Should You Have a Plan for Your Estate Part 1 of 2
  • Hardwood Corner: Best Management Practices...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Sharing the Pleasure...
  • Alabama’s Lookout Tower Legacy
  • Tree Seedling Sources
  • Trees of Alabama: American Elder

Download Summer 2010

  • History Abounds in Crenshaw County
  • Alabama's Forest Health Cooperative
  • What Can the AACDCP Do for You?
  • Timber Stumpage Values vs. Mill Delivered Prices
  • 5 Ways to Protect Your Forestland from Wildfire
  • Letter From a Landowner
  • 50 Ways to Make Your Woodland Home Firewise
  • Prescribed Fire Cooperatives Working Together...
  • Mobile Botanical Gardens: The Longleaf...
  • Stimulus Funding to Assist Landowners...
  • Chainsaw Safety 101
  • Hardwood Corner: A Taxing Question
  • Eyes in the Sky
  • Upcoming Landowner Events
  • Patriotic Employer
  • Trees of Alabama: Wild Blueberries

Download Spring 2010

  • Hurricanes, Longleaf Pine, and Gopher Tortoise...
  • Prescribed Burning: An Efficient and...
  • I Have a Forest Management Plan... Now What?
  • Forest Management in a Nutshell
  • Hardwood Corner: To Burn or Not to Burn...
  • Selling Your Timber? Basics to Consider
  • Some Things Your Wife Should Know about...
  • Woody Biomass 101
  • The Alabama Clean Water Partnership Locally...
  • 4-H Forestry Judging Team Wins National...
  • Mitigating the Impacts to Federally Threatened...
  • Trees of Alabama: Buttonbush

Download Fall 2009

  • A Look at Two Certification Standards for Family...
  • A Plan for All Seasons - Danny and Sizy Landrum
  • Can Firewood be Harmful to Our Forests
  • Forestry Competition Returns to Alabama...
  • From the Outside Looking In - A Memorable...
  • Hardwood Corner
  • Jemison TREASURE Forest - Tree Farm...
  • Longleaf Pine - Where It Has Gone...
  • New 2009 Alabama Champion Trees
  • Ongoing Silvicultural Guidelines for Bottomland...
  • Protecting Alabama’s Forests - The Civilian...
  • Sniffing Out and Tracking Down Wildland Arsonists
  • The Battle On Our Doorstep - Cogongrass
  • Trees of Alabama - Yaupon

Download Summer 2009

  • A Landowner's Perspective The True Value of...
  • Alabama Forestry Commission Rates High...
  • Alabama's FIA Crew Leads the Way in Quality
  • American Tree Farm System Recognizes
  • Alabama's Forest Stewardship Plans as...
  • Categorizing Hardwood Trees by their Monetary Value
  • Declining Loblolly Pine Stands Symptoms Causes...
  • Defensible Space Contracts Initiative to Protect...
  • Green Infrastructure Approaches to Development
  • Hardwood Corner Education Education & More...
  • Plants of Alabama The Truth about Lespedezas
  • Reclaimed TREASURE A Joint Venture
  • Southern Treats in the Summertime A Unique Style...
  • Students Compete at Mathematical Forest Expedition
  • Sustainable Forestry Initiative
  • The Decline of Pitcher Plant Bogs in Alabama
  • Timber Harvests More Than Cutting Trees
  • What's Black and White and Red All Over...

Download Spring 2009

  • Alabama’s National Champions
  • Cogongrass Flowering and Spring Control Options
  • Cogongrass Threat on the Web
  • Flat Rock: Neil Taylor
  • Longleaf and Gopher Tortoises: An Odd Pair...
  • Managing the Hardwood Understory
  • Mason, Dixon, Ellicott, and Freeman
  • Shade Trees Can Reduce Power Bills
  • Stamps Used to Identify Different Grades of...
  • Statewide Assessment and Strategy for...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species Small...
  • Trees of Alabama - Sweetgum
  • Want More Rabbits?
  • When Tornado Strikes: What to Know about...
  • What the New Farm Bill Means for Wildlife
  • What the 2008 Farm Bill Means for Forestry

Download Fall 2008

  • Carbon Sequestration
  • Forest Management Annual Calendar
  • Geneva State Forest Offers Recreational Opportunities
  • Hardwood Corner
  • Let's Make Sure Our Oak Trees are Here to Stay
  • Letter from the American Tree Farm System
  • Making Memories
  • Mild Fire or Wildfire? It's Your Choice
  • Providing Water Quality Services
  • Seedling Sources for Landowners
  • Stewardship in Alabama
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2008 Tax Year
  • Trees of Alabama Alabama's Champion Catalpa
  • Watersheds: Upstream, Downstream We're all...
  • Wood Pellets: A New Source of Energy in Alabama

Download Summer 2008

  • Alabama’s 10 Worst Invasive Weeds
  • Chemical Warfare... Fighting Off the Invasion...
  • Cogongrass Task Force: Teaming Up to Battle...
  • Hidden Treasure: Victory Is Possible...
  • Invaders from the Urban Forest
  • Invasive Plants Management: 2008 EQIP...
  • Invasive Plants of Alabama
  • Large Scale Herbicide Applications
  • Paradise Lost: Forests Overtaken by Alien Plants
  • Plants of Alabama Japanese Climbing Fern
  • Rules of Engagement: Tactics for the Small...
  • Turning Adversity into Opportunity

Download Spring 2008

  • A Passion for Wildlife
  • AFC Board of Commissioners Elects...
  • Alabama Certified Burn Manager Training Schedule
  • Alabama Forests Forever
  • Alabama’s Champion Tree Program
  • Box Turtles in Alabama
  • Clearing a Path Through Hardwood Bottoms
  • Fire Protection Around Your Home
  • Good Stewardship
  • Hardwood Corner
  • Invasive Species Alabama’s Most Unwanted...
  • Man Gets 21 Years for Stealing Trees
  • Mapping the Future
  • Milestone Coosa County Attains 100...
  • The Environmental Effects of Wildfire
  • The Landowners Land Trust
  • The State Fire Marshal An Important...
  • Trees of Alabama: Poison Sumac
  • Turkey Sunrise
  • "Who Am I?" Destructive Insects...

Download Fall 2007

  • AFC Forester Receives National Tree Farm Award
  • Alabama 4-H Team Earns National...
  • Alabama Forestry Camp
  • Asiatic Bush Honeysuckle
  • Butler County Natural Resources Youth Camp
  • Cogongrass A Growing Threat
  • Developing New Markets
  • Hardwood Corridor Thinning
  • Homes Forests and Fire
  • Inferno
  • Letter from the State Forester
  • Listen to the Music
  • Roger and Laurie Vines Leading by Example
  • Taxes and Your Forestry Investment
  • Trees of Alabama: Jack-in-the-Pulpit
  • Working Together for Your Protection

Download Summer 2007

  • Alabama Forest Health Conference Information
  • Alabama TREASURE Forest Conference...
  • American Black Bear Where are They in Alabama
  • Auburn’s New Historic Tree Trail
  • Bringing a Dream to Life
  • Building Trails to Treasure
  • Common Hardwood Management Mistakes
  • Directory of Alabama Forestry Commission...
  • Fastballs and Forestry
  • Forest Inventory and Analysis FIA Program in Alabama
  • Forests Continue to Shudder from the Spring...
  • How Does GPS Know Where I Am
  • Impacts of Continued Drought on Alabama's...
  • Seedling Sources for Alabama Landowners
  • Stopping A Hidden Enemy from Robbing...
  • The Wetland Reserve Program an Opportunity...
  • Trees of Alabama: Black Locust

Download Spring 2007

  • Alabama Forestry Camp 2007
  • Bringing Beauty Inside—Collection Captures...
  • Farm Service Agency Introduces New...
  • Forever Wild
  • Letter from the State Forester
  • Managing Shallow Water Areas for Waterfowl
  • Partnerships for Conserving Open Spaces
  • Pesky Little Vermin
  • Plants of Alabama: Blackberries
  • Profiles in Courage: Small Landowners in Alabama
  • The Evolution of Forest Certification...
  • The Legacy of Smokey's Message: Problems...
  • Using Handheld Weather Monitors to...
  • Visions of TREASURE

Download Fall 2006

  • Directory of Alabama Forestry Commission...
  • HIDDEN TREASURES Leading by Example
  • Is There a Jewel in Your TREASURE Forest...
  • Prescribed Burning It’s Your Right...
  • Protecting the Forests From Fire - A Brief...
  • Quality Hardwood Veneer
  • Sunflowers A Wildlife Bistro
  • TREES OF ALABAMA - Pawpaw
  • Uncle Sam Wants You to Plant Trees
  • What’s Wrong with My Pine Trees It’s the...
  • Wildlife Hotel - The Art of Building a Functional...

Download Summer 2006

  • Alabama Landowner & TREASURE Forest...
  • Changes in ADEM Summer Burning Regulations
  • Directory of Alabama Forestry Commission...
  • Drought and How It Affects Trees
  • Forest Edges Gaps and Clumps
  • Foxes of Alabama
  • Maintaining a Healthy Forest Can Help You...
  • Mountain Shadow Farm Reclaiming What Once Was
  • Seedling Sources for Alabama Landowners
  • The Pileated Woodpecker Life History...
  • TREES OF ALABAMA Two Winged Silverbell
  • Understanding the Wildland Urban Interface...
  • Wood Biomass Powers Truck How to Get More...

Download Spring 2006

  • Beaver: The Engineer
  • Fires Effect on Threatened and Endangered Species
  • FireWise: Landscaping Your Home in the...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Achieving the Perfect...
  • How Do Acorns Develop?
  • Legislative Profile: Memorial to...
  • Mathis Creek Farm:"Its All About Family..."
  • Message from the State Forester
  • Non-Native Invasive Plants and the Urban Landscape
  • Prescribed Burning and Landowner Assistance...
  • Restoration of Shortleaf Pine in Alabama
  • Restoring the American Chestnut Tree to Alabama
  • The Hunt for Forestland Revenue - Improved...
  • Trees of Alabama: Florida Anise
  • Why Do We Burn?

Download Fall 2005

  • A Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • Achieving TREASURE Forest Certification
  • Conservation Easements as Income Tax Deductions
  • Continuing the Family Tradition
  • Dont Get Caught in The Storm
  • Enjoying Your Land With a Camera
  • TREES OF ALABAMA: Flatwood Plum
  • Is Your Home Firewise: Part 2
  • Its All in The Numbers Reading a Fertilizer Label
  • Picking Up the Pieces - Casualty Loss Deductions...
  • Random Monitoring the Way to Encourage BMPs
  • Senator Zeb Little
  • The Dorrills Sharing a Heritage
  • Water Sprouts and their Application to Forestry
  • Wildlife Habitat Recipe #1 Corridors

Download Summer 2005

  • A Message From the Governor and State Forester
  • Alabama Agri-tourism Trail
  • Alabama Wood Based Industries
  • Battling the Japanese Beetle
  • Beating the Heat
  • Mr Elliot Salter Memorial
  • Field Borders: Giving Bobwhite the Edge
  • How to Find Your Way Out of the Woods
  • How to Grow Beetle Bait- Revisited
  • How you can prevent forest fires in the...
  • In Love with Their Land - Roy and Mary Reeves
  • Is your Home Firewise
  • Precision Forestry
  • Selling Your Timber in Today's Market
  • The Benefits of Releasing Seedlings
  • Things to Consider Before You Plant
  • TREES OF ALABAMA: Honeylocust
  • Tree-Seedlings Available From AFC

Download Spring 2005

  • Alabama Forestry Camp 2005
  • Alabama's Reforestation of Abandoned Mine Lands
  • Firewise in the Wildland Urban Interface...
  • Full Circle
  • Promoting Native Foods An Economic and...
  • HIDDEN TREASURE Touch of Country in the City
  • Keeping Your Yard and Garden Off the Menu...
  • Legislation and Policy: Legislative Profile...
  • Logging Under the Night Sky...
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • On the Cutting Edge of Technological Advancement
  • PLANTS OF ALABAMA: Wisteria
  • The Great Blue Heron - The Original Fishfinder
  • Trees and Wildlife, It’s a Good Combination
  • Why Do We Burn?

Download Fall 2004

  • After the Storm
  • E A Hauss Nursery Seedling Species
  • HIDDEN TREASURE Land Stewardship at Its Finest
  • HIDDEN TREASURE Patience Planning and...
  • Hurricane Ivan Timber Damage Assessment
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • Oooh Deer
  • Planting Mast Producing Trees for Wildlife
  • PLANTS OF ALABAMA: Pokeweed
  • Tax Impacts of Hurricane Ivan
  • The Alabama Forestry Commission and...
  • The Changing Landscape of Cooperative Forestry
  • Thinning With a Whole Tree Chipper
  • THREATENED & ENDANGERED: Red Cockaded...
  • Tree Planting Procedure for Small Bare Root Seedlings
  • Yellowleaf Farm, by Tilda Mims

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  • Alabama Southern Pine Beetle Prevention Program
  • Black Duck
  • Building Partnership
  • Enjoy Every Acre Affordable Permanent...
  • Forest Land Enhancement Program
  • Growing More Than Trees in Randolph County...
  • HIDDEN TREASURE Silvopasture Works on...
  • Legislative Profile Thomas Jackson
  • Message from the State Forester
  • Sudden Oak Death
  • The AFC & the Federation of Southern...
  • The Conservation Reserve Program
  • THREATENED & ENDANGERED SPECIES...
  • Trees of Alabama: Sweetleaf

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  • Beauty in the Bog Yellow Fringed Orchid
  • Boundary Lines Why They Should Be Well...
  • Cross Sectional View of a Topographic Feature
  • Forest Legacy Coon Gulf
  • Get Involved with Urban Planning
  • In Loving Memory of Jerry Johnson
  • Legislative Profile Allen Layson
  • Map Distance vs Ground Distance
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Privet is a Plague
  • Swamp Turkeys
  • The TREASURE Forest Program, Six Steps...
  • Trees of Alabama; Eastern Hemlock
  • Welcome to the Hahn-da-rosa

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  • 3rd Cycle Seedlings
  • A Commitment to Conservation
  • Building Bridges to Success
  • Coyotes Can They Be Controlled
  • Direct Seeding Oak Acorns
  • Farm Tractor Safety
  • Folklore: Water Witching
  • From Little Seeds Grow Big Trees
  • Hanging An Axe
  • Legislation and Policy
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • T & E Species: Mussel Recovery Plans and...
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Site Preparation: The Key to a Successful Crop
  • Smart Herbicides
  • Topographic Maps and Contour Lines
  • Topographic Maps and Southern Pine Beetle Detection
  • Tree Seedlings Available from Hauss Nursery
  • Trees of Alabama: White Mulberry

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  • Bibb County Couple Honored with Bill Moody Award
  • Crop Tree Release in Pre-Commercial...
  • Evan Frank Allison Pioneer in Conservation
  • Fire-Break Farm
  • Focus on Our Families
  • Forest Market Trends in Alabama
  • Hidden Treasures Childhood Memories
  • Legislative Report
  • Measuring Distance and Computing Area
  • Messages from the Governor and the State Forester
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Plants that Cause Itching
  • The Humorous But Hungry River Otter
  • Tree Shelters Are They For You
  • Trees of Alabama: Saw Palmetto
  • Wooly Worms & Bellowing Cows - Shaggy Horses...

Download Spring 2003

  • Beaver - The Engineer
  • Alabama’s Forests Through Time
  • Alabama’s TREASURE Forest Certifications by County
  • Crop Tree Release in Pre-Commercial...
  • Crops Planted in Spring and Early Summer...
  • Finding Those Bugs Using GPS in Southern Pine...
  • Hardwood Surpasses Pine as Tree of Choice in...
  • Hidden Treasure: Cane Creek Canyon...
  • Intersection and Resection
  • "Legacy Among the Live Oaks"
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • "Red Skies and Sun Dogs-Mares' Tails...
  • The Outreach Advisory Council Another Step...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: The Red...
  • Trees of Alabama: Cedar of Lebanon
  • Water Quality in Alabama: The Role of the...
  • West Nile Virus in Alabama

Download Winter 2003

  • Alabama Forestry Camp 2003
  • Landowner's Application for Wildlife...
  • Historical Photo
  • "Hurt not the Earth nor the Trees"
  • Integrated Resource Management Wildlife and Timber
  • Managing for Cottontail Rabbits
  • Measuring Direction - Azimuth and Bearing
  • Message from the Governor and the State Forester
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Old Man Winter in the South: Preventing...
  • Pest Plants: Invasive Exotics in Alabama
  • Planning a Harvest
  • Silvopastural Systems: A New Idea in Multiple-Use
  • Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2002 Tax Year
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Giant Orchid
  • Trees of Alabama: Mountain Laurel

Download Fall 2002

  • Alabama’s Bald Eagle Restoration A Success Story
  • Are My Pines Ready to Thin Part 2
  • Attracting Wood Ducks To Your Property
  • Buckwheat For the Bees and the Birds
  • Fee Hunting in Alabama
  • Four Steps to Kill Your Pine Forest
  • Handle With Care How to Treat Your Seedlings
  • Hidden TREASURES: Mrs. Belk and Her...
  • Management Options for Hardwoods...
  • Message from the State Forester
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • The Brown’s TREASURE Forest...
  • The Colors of Autumn
  • Trees of Alabama Sourwood
  • Who Says Women Don’t Belong in the Outdoors

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  • Antlerogenesis Antler Growth and...
  • Are My Pines Ready to Thin
  • HAUSS NURSERY Celebrates 50 Years...
  • Hidden TREASURES: The Threadgill...
  • Historical Logging Photos
  • How to Avoid Getting LOST in the Wilderness
  • Investors Taking Forestry Cycle in Stride
  • Kudzu... If You Can’t Beat it, Eat It
  • Message from the Governor and State Forester
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Plants of Alabama: Sweet Shrub
  • Providing Private Landowners with...
  • Smith & Sons Reaching Toward the Future
  • Tree Seedlings Available from Hauss Nursery
  • What and Where is NORTH
  • WHIP Helps Develop and Restore Wildlife...
  • Wild Thangs: Clay's Ultimate Duck Recipe
  • World Wide Forestry at Your Fingertips

Download Spring 2002

  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • For the Love of the Land
  • Work Hard, Work Smart, Work Safely
  • The Status & Conditions of Alabama's...
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Simple Retreat
  • Loads of Logging History
  • Preventing Timber Theft
  • Springtime Wildlife Weeds
  • Hidden TREASURES: All in the...
  • New TREASURE Forest Certifications
  • Classroom in the Forest: Forest in the Classroom
  • Mulching Machines for Pre-commercial...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Gulf Sturgeon
  • The Riparian Forest: A Commitment to Stewardship
  • "Forest Families Growing in Alabama"
  • Trees of Alabama: Durand Oak

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  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • Recreation and Research on Hawk Pride Mountain
  • Forest Landowner Mentors
  • Hidden TREASURES: Practicing Good...
  • Taxes and Trees: The Impact of the 2001 Tax...
  • The Riparian Forest: A Commitment to Stewardship
  • Mussels, Alabama's Endangered Species
  • Status of the Southern Pine Beetle in 2001
  • Setting the Table for Wildlife
  • Hidden TREASURES: Hard Work Pays...
  • Raccoons: Deadly Pets
  • Sustainable Forestry Initiative in Alabama
  • Many Streams to Cross
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Natural Resources Conservation Planning...
  • Trees of Alabama: Waxmyrtle

Download Fall 2001

  • Message from State Forester
  • Sharing A Treasure
  • Coosa County 4-H Wildlife Team National Honors
  • National Wild Turkey Federation Offers...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Jim and Jan Witt...
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Treasured Getaway...
  • Downsize Your Pine Plantation: Improving...
  • Basic Tools For the Do-It-Yourself Landowner
  • Alabama's First Interagency Wildland Fire Academy
  • The American Chestnut Tree: Recovery...
  • Alabama's Forestry Team Program 1988-2001
  • Governor Announces Conservation Celebration...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Alabama Forestry Camp 2001
  • Memorial
  • Pitcher Plants in Alabama
  • Bobwhite Quail Habitat: Past and Present
  • New TREASURE Forest Certified
  • Trees of Alabama: Mimosa

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  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • The Shaws of Coosa County
  • Basic Forest Measurements
  • New Office Increases ATFA Visibility and Service...
  • National Network Formed to Assist Private Landowners
  • Tote Bags Presented to New TREASURE...
  • Trees Still Sound Investment
  • Bill Moody Award Presented Annually at Conference
  • Memorials
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Hidden TREASURES: A vision for the Future
  • Hidden TREASURES: Hall of Fame Inducts...
  • AL. Forest Landowners Summit: Future and...
  • Moving among the Bears
  • Scalping Aids Survival of Longleaf
  • Bama Soil, The Official State Soil of Alabama
  • Auburn to Host 2001 Landowners Conference
  • Trees of Alabama: Red Buckeye

Download Spring 2001

  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • Longleaf Treasure
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Mohr's...
  • Alabama Clean Water Partnership
  • Alabama's Forest Inventory Completed
  • Littleleaf Disease
  • Why Clearcut Your Timber?
  • Leave Some Trees in Your Clearcut
  • Prescribed Burning for Timber and Wildlife
  • Seedlings Available from AFC Nursery
  • Wildlife Management Assistance Available
  • Manage Your Forest with Diversity in Mind
  • Feral Hogs in Alabama
  • Music from the Trees
  • Protect Your Home and Property from Wildfire
  • Winged Jewels
  • Landowner Liability in Fee-Hunting Enterprises

Download Winter 2001

  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • Steedley Farm: Four Generations of Stewardship
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hardwood Management in a Nutshell
  • Step Outside: Sustain Our Future
  • Surf in Alabama's Forests! www.pfmt.org
  • Alabama Wildlife Federation Offers $5000...
  • Using Grass Carp for Controlling Weeds...
  • E.A. Hauss Nursery Seedlings
  • Crops Planted in Early Spring and Summer...
  • Tuscaloosa Forestry and Wildlife Judging...
  • Current Use Value Reassessed for Forestland
  • 2000 Alabama Landowners and TREASURE...
  • Former State Forester C.W. Moody Honored by NASF
  • BASF Offers Free Wildlife Management Publications
  • ATFA Succeeds by Involving and Empowering...
  • Preserving Our Cultural Heritage Through...
  • The Alabama Forestry Commission Reaches...
  • Discovering Historical Sites on your Property
  • Trees of Alabama: Southern Magnolia

Download Fall 2000

  • Message from Governor and State Forester
  • Paradise
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Converting Pine Stands to Hardwood...
  • Planning a Career as a Forester
  • Standards Developed for Containerized...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Eastern...
  • An Awakening: The Fayette Forest
  • Selecting the Right Logger for Your Timber Harvest
  • Hidden TREASURES: Planted Pines Were a...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Wilderness Survival...
  • Classroom in the Forest: Forest in the Classroom
  • A Woman's Place Is in the...Outdoors?
  • Some Common Diseases of Southern Forests
  • A Forestry Top 10
  • Wildlife Symbols of Alabama
  • Forest Stewardship Education Grants Approved
  • Trees of Alabama: Sassafras

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  • Message from the Governor and State Forester
  • Cedar - Oaks Ranch
  • Travelogue-Worldwide Destinations for Alabama...
  • Forest Masters
  • Clean Water and Forestry: A Perfect Match
  • Branching Out: Auburn University's School...
  • Landowner Sees Benefit of Planting Genetically...
  • Protecting Your Wildland Home from Wildfire
  • Firewise Landscaping Checklist
  • Firewise Construction Checklist
  • Improving Your Certification IQ: Choices for...
  • Elmore Co. Landowner Uses Computer...
  • Backyard Conservation
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: The...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Landowner Manages for...
  • Trees of Alabama: Winged Elm

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  • State Forester's Message
  • Persistence and Vision Turns Wasted Land...
  • Q and A About TREASURE Forest
  • Alabama's Forest Health Checkup
  • What Is a Natural Heritage Program
  • All-Terrain Vehicle Safety
  • Alabama's TREASURED Forests Index of Articles...
  • Industry Leaders to Award Farmers for Wildlife...
  • Harvesting with a Purpose, Part 2: Final Harvests
  • Recovering from Drought, Preparing for the Next
  • Hidden TREASURE: Cabin Reveals Durability...
  • Hidden TREASURE: Rare Orchid Finds Safe Haven
  • News Briefs
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Partnership Formed to Assist Private Landowners...
  • Trees of Alabama: Chinese Tallow tree

Download Winter 2000

  • State Forester's Message
  • The Creeks Tree Farms
  • Alabama TREASURE Forest Association...
  • Harvesting with a Purpose, Part 1: Intermediate...
  • 100 Years of the National Cooperative Soil...
  • Helene Mosley Memorial TREASURE Forest...
  • History of the Helene Mosley Memorial...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • E.A. Hauss Nursery Seedlings
  • Trees of Alabama: American Beech
  • Why You Need a Forest Management Plan...
  • Becoming a TREASURE Forest Landowner
  • The Escambia Experimental Forest
  • The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem: A Wildlife Bonanza!
  • Environmentally Safe Deer Waste Disposal

Download Winter 1999

  • Forest Management Mountain Style
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Trees of Alabama: Loblolly Pine
  • Programs and Services of the Natural...
  • Alabama's Forest Inventory Analysis
  • Bottomland Hardwood Forests of the Southeast
  • Enjoy Your TREASURE Forest
  • License Plate Sales Fund Education Projects
  • Hidden TREASURES: Wise Management...
  • Recreational Forest Trails
  • Anniston Teacher Wins State Honors with...
  • Alabama Students Excel at National Competitions
  • Woodpeckers of Alabama
  • Artificial Cavities Boost Red-cockaded...
  • Oakleaf Hydrangea

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  • Russell Campbell's Red Clay Hilltops Are...
  • Changes in Estate Taxation Law Benefit Forest...
  • Now Here's a Scam That Could Take More...
  • Leave it to Beaver
  • Progeny Testing Program Will Measure Quality...
  • Alabama Forestry Planning Committee...
  • It is Your Forest! Take a Stand to Make It Grow!
  • Alabama Forestry Association
  • Facts About Fusiform-The Rust That Destroys...
  • Plan Before You Cut!
  • How to Prune Trees
  • Water Quality Is Affected by Quality of the Woodland
  • House Fires! An Unspoken Fear of Rural Residents
  • Fire Detection "The Fustest With the Mostest"
  • Prescribed Burning-Useful Tool Helps Preserve...
  • When Prescribed Burning Is Used as a Forestry...

Download Summer 1999

  • Making Something Out of Nothing
  • The Demand for Solid Wood vs. Fiber
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Leafy...
  • Landowner Questions Concerning the...
  • Considerations Before Building a Pond
  • Pine Seedlings-1960 and Beyond
  • The Poisonous Threesome
  • New Landowner Support Program Initiated
  • Use of GIS in TREASURE Forest Management
  • Horseback Riding
  • The Black Bear in Alabama
  • Prescriptions for Tough Vegetation Problems
  • Trees of Alabama: Water Oak

Download Fall 1999

  • A Forest Legacy
  • Longleaf Pine: Natural Regeneration and Management
  • Successfully Planting Longleaf Pine
  • Turpentining: One of the South's Oldest...
  • Herbicides and Longleaf Pine Establishment
  • Flomaton Natural Area: A Living Museum...
  • Restoring the Longleaf Pine Forest Ecosystem
  • Products of the Longleaf Pine
  • The Longleaf Alliance: A Regional Longleaf...
  • Longleaf Pine-The Ultimate Survivor of Trial by Fire
  • Does Longleaf Make Dollars And Sense?
  • Biological Diversity in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem
  • Longleaf Pine Forests-in the Mountains?
  • Hidden TREASURES: Cherokee County...
  • Brown Spot Needle Blight on Longleaf Pine

Download Winter 1998

  • A Home — An Occupation — A TREASURE
  • Alabama Resource Information At Your Fingertips
  • Permanent Firelanes — More Than A Break From Fire
  • Timber Producers Suffering Drought Loss Eligible...
  • Prescribed Burning - What Can You Expect?
  • Southern Pine Beetle Battle Continues
  • What About Pond Management?
  • White-Tailed Deer Management And The...
  • Finding Help May Be Easier Than You Think
  • Modern Timber Bridges — An Attractive Option
  • Set Your Sites On The Best Results
  • Drought And Forest Productivity

Download Spring 1998

  • Fern Valley
  • Log a Load for Kids
  • Forest Fertilization
  • A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer
  • Trees Used to Reduce Air Pollution in Mexico City
  • Alabama Forestry Commission 1998-99 Season
  • Horse and Mule Logging in Alabama
  • Alabama Stumpage Price Trends
  • Alabama Water Watch
  • Become a TREASURE Forest Landowner...
  • Practical Forestry Aesthetic Practices in the South
  • Test Your Forestry IQ
  • Snakes of Alabama: Fact and Fiction
  • Rewards Program
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Trees of Alabama: Eastern Redbud
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: Rooted in the Past...

Download Summer 1998

  • A Labor of Love
  • Wildlife Openings in CRP Pine Plantations
  • A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer, Part 5
  • Conservation Easements
  • Boone and Crockett Club
  • Safe Tractor Operation
  • The Importance of Water Quality in Herbicide...
  • Woodland Wildflowers
  • The Cradle of Forestry in America
  • Helene Mosley Memorial TREASURE Forest Award
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Sadie...
  • Trees of Alabama: Ginkgo
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Seed Planted

Download Fall 1998

  • A Remarkable Family Tradition
  • Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station
  • Services of the Alabama Forestry Commission
  • Prepare Now for Prescribed Burning
  • Start Your Own Natural Resources Library
  • Selling Timber with Sealed Bids
  • Understanding Timber Sale Variables
  • Insects of Pine Forests
  • Pass It On
  • Commonly Asked Questions about Releasing...
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Trees of Alabama: Pecan
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: Hall of Famer Sees...

Download Winter 1997

  • Timber, Wildlife, Education
  • Alabama's Pine Seedling Shortage
  • Smoke Management Considerations For...
  • Impacts of Forest Management On Wildlife Resources
  • Specialty Markets For Forest Products
  • Artificial Establishment of Hardwoods
  • Fawn
  • 2 Million By 2000
  • The Advantages Of A Written Forest Management Plan
  • New Federal Guidance For Managing Forested...
  • Sign-Ups For Forestry Incentives And Wetlands...
  • “Alabama Forests" License Plate Available In 1997
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Trees Of Alabama: Red Oaks And White Oaks
  • Notable Environmental Award Recipient
  • Hidden Treasures: There's a TREASURE in...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Gopher...

Download Spring 1997

  • A Special Place
  • TREASURE Forest Program Nationally Recognized
  • Forestry on the Internet
  • Sustainable Forestry: A New Idea?
  • Predator Control
  • TREASURE Forest and Herbicides
  • How Well Do They Mix? Using Herbicides for...
  • Tree Shelters - Magic Tubes
  • Trail Maintenance and Management
  • Alabama Youth Teams Capture National Titles
  • How Much Does a Cord of Pulpwood Actually Weigh?
  • Stream Crossing in a Basket
  • Absentee Ownership
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Alabama...
  • Notable Environmental Award Recipient
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: Briarpatch Farm
  • Trees of Alabama: Black Cherry

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  • A Quality TREASURE
  • Camping Green
  • High Tech Beetle Detection Coming Soon to...
  • Timber Harvesting, A True Story of Multiple Use
  • A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer
  • Southern Annual Forest Inventory System...
  • Malone Named Executive Director of...
  • TREASURE Forest Awards Program Marks...
  • 1997 Helene Mosley Memorial TREASURE...
  • Understanding Wood Composites and...
  • Thinning Pine Plantations
  • Turkey Management Basics
  • Prescribed Fire in the Summer: Another Tool
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Hidden TREASURES: Renaissance Man...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Notable Environmental Award Recipient
  • Trees of Alabama: Eastern Redcedar

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  • Three Brothers, Three Families, Three...
  • Forestry Making Significant Strides
  • Soil Erosion-Our "Hidden" Legacy
  • Low-cost Forest Regeneration
  • A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer Part 2
  • TREASURE Forest-The Parts of the Whole
  • Discovering Alabama's Birds
  • Negotiating Utility Easements
  • Timber Theft: Can it Happen to You?
  • Fertilizing Native Oaks to Increase Acorn Production
  • Keeping Alabama Forever Wild
  • W. Kelly Environmental Awards Program...
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Hidden TREASURES: Creating a TREASURE...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Trumpets...
  • Trees of Alabama: Flowering Dogwood

Download Winter 1996

  • All In The Family
  • Lumber Substitutes Unlikely To Hurt Tree Growers
  • Imported Fire Ants And Wildlife Populations
  • The Red Imported Fire Ant
  • Wildland Urban Interface!
  • Computer Technology For Forest Management!
  • Forest Herbicides: What, When, How And How Much!
  • The Public Needs To Know
  • 12th Annual Alabama Landowner And Treasure...
  • From George Washington's Yard To Yours
  • The Southern Forests, Part 2: 1800-1850
  • Understanding Your Timber
  • Tax Effects To Timber Owners
  • Evaluating And Managing Storm-Damaged Areas
  • Forestry Tag Contest Underway
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Williams Property
  • Trees Of Alabama: American Sycamore
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden Treasures: A Slice Of Southern Life
  • Threatened And Endangered Species: American...

Download Spring 1996

  • An Educational TREASURE
  • Alabama Forestry Planning Committee Directory
  • Natural Resources Conservation Service in Alabama
  • Property Boundary Surveys
  • Current Use Taxes in Alabama
  • The Alabama Logger, an Applied Silviculturalist
  • The Impact of Genetics on Forest Productivity
  • Managing Your CRP Trees
  • The Southern Forests, Part 3: 1850•1930
  • Attracting and Feeding Non-Game Bird
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Heritage Homestead
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Trees of Alabama: Red Maple
  • Hidden Treasures: Four Generations Have...
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: Granite...

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  • Squirrel Hollow
  • Longleaf Pine: A Southern Legacy
  • USDA-Farm Service Agency
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Forestry
  • The Southern Forests, Part 4: An Environmental...
  • Alabama's New Prescribed Burning Act
  • Food Plots Can Enhance Wildlife Management
  • Alabama's Forests: A Health Update
  • Build An Easy Bluebird Box!
  • Showcasing Ecosystem Management
  • The Red-Cockaded Woodpecker in Alabama
  • Pond Construction
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory, Bo Starke
  • Trees of Alabama: Blackgum
  • Memorial; John Mathews
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden Treasures: For the Love of a Forest...

Download Fall 1996

  • Urban Treasure: Cunningham Farm
  • Keeping Our Cities Cool
  • It's Time for Action
  • The 1996 Farm Bill
  • Treasure Forest Gems
  • Managing Ponds for Better Fishing
  • Tree Planting: Success Or Failure Depends On You
  • Treasure Quail Management
  • Anticipating Good Longleaf Pine Cone Crops
  • Alabama's Treasure Forest Landowners...
  • Backburning: Alternative to Traditional...
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Cunningham Farm
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden Treasures: 50-Year-Old Dream Now a Reality
  • Trees of Alabama: Shagbark Hickory

Download Winter 1995

  • Sizemore & Sizemore Farms: A Unique...
  • Appreciation Day Held For Firefighters
  • Overseas Lumber Markets Rebound
  • Know The Value of Your Timber
  • County Forestry Planning Committees: A...
  • Clay County Named Top Committee In 1994
  • Site Preparation For The Private Landowner
  • 11th Annual Alabama Landowner And Treasure...
  • Helicopter Logging - A Harvesting Method...
  • Alabama's Treasured Forests Index of Articles...
  • Selma's School of Discovery
  • Forestry Misconceptions: Part 1
  • The Red Hills Salamander
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Craig and Claire Sizemore
  • Threatened And Endangered Species...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Vision Becomes a...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Treasured Get-A-Way...
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: White Oak

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  • A Treasure Teaches Lessons
  • Public Protected By Foresters' Licensing Law
  • Managing Natural Food And Cover For Wildlife
  • Water Issues Facing Forestry In Alabama
  • Increased Service Is The Key To Forest...
  • Forestry Misconceptions: Part 2
  • Pest Alert
  • Managing An Even-Aged Forest
  • Managing Upland Hardwoods
  • Landowner Referral Network Established
  • Help For Loggers In The '90s: Professional...
  • Go Wild!
  • Management Opportunities In Mid-Rotation Plantations
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Sara Baldwin and Doug McConnell
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Threatened And Endangered Species: Alabama...
  • Hidden TREASURES: A TREASURE Surrounded...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Proving It's Never Too Late
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: Sawtooth Oak

Download Summer 1995

  • Dedicated To Stewardship
  • What Is An Ecosystem?
  • Cross-Compliance: Does It Apply To You?
  • Wetlands - Functions And Values
  • Is The Forest Industry Really Important To Alabama?
  • Using Photography To Record Forest Management
  • Pine Straw - An Alternative Source Of Income...
  • Management Of Mourning Doves
  • Uneven-Aged Management Of Pine: A...
  • Game Management In The Longleaf Pine Forest Type
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Dorothy Reynolds
  • Threatened And Endangered Species: Gentain...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: A TREASURE That's for...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Peace of Mind, Slingluff Farms

Download Fall 1995

  • Stewardship Today - For Tomorrow
  • Leaders - A Growing Experience
  • Cogongrass: Problem And Solutions
  • Alabama Stumpage: Will The Bull Market Continue?
  • Federal Laws And Alabama Landowners
  • Alabama's Deer Management Program
  • New Cost-Share Program Available
  • Maximizing Benefits From Tree And Shrub...
  • Forestry Education In Alabama
  • Forestry Planning Committees At Work
  • Developing Forest Trails
  • The Southern Forests: A Legacy of Nations
  • Forest Roads And Water Protection
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Jeanie and Bill Snoddy
  • Threatened and Endangered Species: A...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: TREASURE Found in...

Download Winter 1994

  • A Valley Of Hardwoods
  • Alabama Agricultural And Cons Development...
  • Plant Your Forest Correctly
  • 4•H Wildlife Team Wins National Championship
  • Managing Site Productivity
  • New Coastal Zone Management Guidelines
  • Coastal Zone Management Act Management...
  • Wood Residues
  • 10th Annual Alabama Landowner and Treasure...
  • Natural Resource Conservation Organizations...
  • Helicopters in Forestry
  • Status Report On Water Quality
  • Seeing Scenic Alabama
  • Editor's Understory
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden Treasures: Jack Langley, Sixty-five Years...
  • Hidden Treasures: Little Nashville, Jack McQuinn
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; American Hornbeam

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  • A Family TREASURE
  • Preplanning a Multiple Use Forest Timber Sale
  • Between Rome and Dixie
  • Living With Beaver
  • Longleaf Pine as a Planting Option
  • A Historical View of Cost-Share Tree Planting
  • Today's Logger: Ready for the 21st Century?
  • Managing Vegetation with Goats
  • Managing Forests for Wildlife: Part II
  • What Are Super Seedlings?
  • Planting Acorns by the Ton
  • Seeing Scenic Alabama: Part II
  • Facts About Growing Christmas Trees
  • Approved Amendment Will Provide Funding...
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Landowners Legislative Alert

Download Summer 1994

  • Nothing Happens by Accident
  • Pruning: A New Look at an Old Practice
  • The Alabama Forestry Commission: Practicing...
  • The Need for Forest Management
  • Harvesting Upland Hardwoods
  • Alabama Severance Tax
  • Revised Severance Tax Law
  • Adopt-A-School for TREASURE Owners
  • Ecosystem Management
  • Ecosystem Management in Alabama
  • Uncertain Futures: CRP and FIP
  • Cool Season Food Plots for Deer
  • Longleaf Seedlings: Bareroot vs. Containerized
  • Recreation Liability: Is Your Tree Farm at Risk?
  • Southern Pine Beetle Management
  • "Woods, Water and Wildlife ... "
  • Ecosystem Management for Alabama Forest Owners
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Memorial; Voncile, Cargile, Hutto
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; The American Chestnut

Download Fall 1994

  • Sturdy Oak Farms
  • Forest Health Monitoring Update, 1994
  • Preventing Unwanted Fire
  • Medicinal Value of Plants in Alabama's Forests
  • Small Acreage Forest Landowner Conference
  • Considerations for Forest Management on...
  • Alabama's Forests-A Timeline
  • Chain Saw Safety Is No Accident
  • Helene Mosley Award Recognizes Landowners
  • Selecting a Tree Guide
  • Yes, You Can Have It All
  • Awareness Campaign Launched
  • A View from Above
  • Forestry Champions
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory, Samuel and Charlotte Eichold
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES; Mary Woods
  • Hidden TREASURES; Juniper Valley
  • Memorial; Ernest Gaston
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: Bald Cypress
  • Threatened and Endangered Species...

Download Spring 1993

  • Happy Acres Farm: A Family Tradition
  • Conducting a Successful Timber Sale
  • The State Board of Registration for Foresters
  • Preserving You Family Forest by Estate Planning
  • Alabama Forestry BMP Manual Available
  • "Hands of Healing" Theme for Soil and Water...
  • The Sturdy Oak
  • Soil Compaction, Hardpans and Tree Growth
  • Snapshots of Alabama's NIPF Landowner
  • Talladega Co. Targeted for Fire Prevention Project
  • A Fly-by-night Operation
  • Envisioning an Urban Forest
  • Volunteer Firefighters-The Unsung Heroes
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: Northern Red Oak
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES; A Thing of Beauty
  • Hidden TREASURES; One With Nature

Download Summer 1993

  • A Forest with a View
  • The Alabama Forestry Planning Committee
  • Alabama Forestry Planning Committee Directory
  • Comparison of Cost-share Programs
  • Cost-share Activities and Southern Pine Beetle
  • Industry/Landowner Assistance Partnerships
  • Companies That Offer Landowner Assistance
  • USDA-ASCS Cost-share Programs Available...
  • Passive, Active, or Just Confused?
  • Stewardship Incentives Program
  • Federal Forestry Cost-share Programs Outlook
  • On Being a Consultant Forester
  • The Tree Assistance Program
  • The TREASURE Forest Program in Alabama
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Dr. Robert Parker

Download Fall 1993

  • Retirement Benefits
  • Defining a Wetland
  • Biological Diversity in Alabama Forests...
  • Managing Forests for Wildlife
  • State Forester Moody Retires
  • Poles: A Preeminent Crop
  • Hardwood: A Matter of Quality
  • The Endangered Species Act and the Private...
  • Landowner-Hunter Relations
  • Dogwood Anthracnose: Prevention and Control
  • Proposed RCW Guidelines for the Private Landowner
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Recreational TREASURE
  • Memorial; Sim T Wright
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; Persimmon

Download Winter 1992

  • Taking Special Care
  • Timber Harvests: More Than Cutting Trees
  • SMZs for Wildlife
  • "Now Where Did I Put That?"
  • 8th Alabama Landowner and TREASURE...
  • Forest Roads
  • Hardwood Management Alternatives
  • Quality: The Key to Value and Management...
  • Forestry in Hungary
  • The World That Was
  • Fire & Our Natural Heritage: Rare Plants...
  • Clay County Teams Earn Top Honors
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory, Childs Family
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert, NATIONAL
  • Hidden TREASURES; A Lesson in Stewardship
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; Yellow Poplar...

Download Spring 1992

  • McCallister Farms - A Hobby, A Haven, A Home
  • TREASURE Forest: The First Step
  • You May Have a Buried TREASURE
  • Soil and Water Conservation in Alabama
  • Commercial Pruning: An Economic Gamble
  • Mule-Logging: A Dying Art?
  • Tree 249-3
  • State-owned TREASURES
  • Is Your Home in Danger?
  • SIP: A New Cost-Share Program
  • Growing Black Walnut Trees
  • Discovering Pike County's Pocosin
  • Growing Chufa for Wild Turkeys
  • Stewardship in the City
  • Decision Time Approaches
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; McCallister Farms
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert, NATIONAL
  • Hidden TREASURES; A Bountiful TREASURE...
  • Memorial; J Hollie Allen
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; Green Ash

Download Summer 1992

  • A TREASURE to Share
  • A "Forever Wild" Alabama
  • Firewood from Timber Stand Improvement
  • Leasing Hunting Rights: How Much Should I Charge?
  • Timber Theft
  • N.E. Alabama Landowner Association Formed
  • How to Grow Beetle Bait!
  • How a Consulting Forester Can Help You
  • Do You Need Assistance from a Wildlife Biologist?
  • Landowner's Responsibility During Logging
  • Turn Your Beaver Problem Into a Waterfowl Area
  • Conference Offers Something for Everyone
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; The Ogden Family
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Risk Worth Taking
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hardwoods of Alabama; Nuttall Oak
  • Memorials; Dr Hoyt Childs Sr., Douglas Ray...

Download Fall 1992

  • A Diverse TREASURE
  • Forest Tools for the "Hands-on" Landowner
  • TREASURE Forest Memorabilia Donated...
  • Epicormic Branching
  • Fisheries, Forestry and Wildlife Extension at Auburn
  • Best Management Practices for Forested Wetlands
  • Tell Us What You Think!
  • Choctaw County, 1992 Forestry Capital of Alabama
  • Alabama TREASURE Forest Landowners Association
  • Logging Changes with the Times
  • The Sandy-mounder
  • Firelanes Have Multiple Uses
  • Burning Outdoors: What You Should Know
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Jeff McCollum
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Hidden TREASURES; Nurturing Nature, Marvin...

Download Winter 1991

  • Creating A Treasure
  • Improving Wildlife Habitat With Herbicides
  • The 1990 Alabama Forest Survey
  • Planning Committee Expands
  • Safety Comes First
  • Seventh Alabama Landowner And Treasure...
  • ISO Ratings: What They Mean To You
  • Alabama's TREASURED Forests Index Of...
  • Building A Turkey Feeder
  • Controlled Burning Users in the Alabama...
  • Containerized Seedlings Offer Alternatives
  • Dogwood Anthracnose Raises Concern In Alabama
  • Mobile College Announces Forest Resources...
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Joel and Paula Neighbors
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National...
  • Memorial: Calvin Poole
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures
  • Hidden TREASURES: A Cabin to TREASURE
  • Hidden TREASURES: Christmas Tree Farming...

Download Spring 1991

  • It's Never Too Late
  • Urban Development And Water Quality
  • Clean Water And Forest Management
  • Gypsy Moth Trapping -1990
  • PALS Continues Anti-Litter Efforts
  • The Nine-Banded Armadillo
  • Alabama Cooperative Extension Service
  • Unusual Alabama Forest Products-A State...
  • Economic Impacts Of Erosion Control In Forests
  • Foxes In Alabama
  • Alabama's State Forests-A Recreational Opportunity
  • Beauty In Flight
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Sim Wright
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Pine Trees, Quail and Bluebirds
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures

Download Summer 1991

  • A Commitment To Excellence
  • Who Owns Alabama's Forest?
  • Organizing A Hunting Club
  • Thinning Your Timber
  • The Best Of The Best
  • Auto Tires Make Dens
  • Glossary Of Forestry Terms
  • Know Your Seed Source
  • Streamside Management Zones
  • A Trail In The Woods
  • Europe-A Growing Market For Southern Pine
  • Center Provides Environmental Information
  • Coyote: Predator On The Rise
  • Fundamentals of Bowhunting Success
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Bill Sudduth
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: Cherrybark Oak
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National
  • Hidden TREASURES: The Ranger's Woods
  • Hidden TREASURES: Reaping the Benefits...

Download Fall 1991

  • Lessons Learned
  • Centennial Year of The National Forest System
  • TSI Methods To Help Achieve Your Goals
  • Keeping Alabama Forever Wild
  • Forest Health Monitoring In Alabama
  • Stream Crossings
  • Perceptions Of The Forest
  • Attracting Owls To Your Property
  • Clearing Muddy Ponds
  • Managing Aquatic Weeds In Ponds
  • Gourmet Mushrooms From Alabama's Forests
  • Where There's Smoke There's Ire
  • The Secret Of Fall Colors
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory: Robert Sellers
  • Hardwoods of Alabama: Swamp Chestnut Oak
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, Nationa
  • Hidden TREASURES: Spring Valley Beach...
  • Hidden TREASURES: Retirement Enjoyable...

Download Winter 1990

  • A Purpose for Everything
  • Acreage Assessment for Alabama
  • Penalties for Violating Alabama's Game Laws
  • Pesticide Labeling and Registration
  • Common Poisonous Plants
  • Forestry Education in Secondary Schools
  • TREASURE Forest Goes Nationwide
  • Landowners Legislative Alert , NATIONA
  • Selective Thinning-A New Approach
  • Using Marketing Research in a State Agency
  • Residential/Wildland Interface: Is It Real?
  • Harvesting Pine Straw-The Pros and Cons
  • A Little History
  • Options for Kudzu Control
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Harrison Family
  • You Ought to be in Pictures!

Download Spring 1990

  • A Steward of His Land
  • The Path to TREASURE Forest
  • History Writers of the Forest
  • White-tailed Deer Research Continues at Auburn
  • State Soil and Water Conservation Committee
  • Cities Recognized for Tree Programs
  • Don't Drop it on Alabama
  • North Alabama Nursery is One of a Kind
  • Famous and Historical Trees in Alabama
  • Alabama's Champion Trees
  • Signs of the Times
  • Earth Day, 1990
  • Dry Hydrant System Proposed for Alabama
  • Transplanting TREASURES
  • Hardwood Management
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Gary Fortenberry
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL

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  • An Environmental Showplace
  • Prescribed Burning the Safe Way
  • Know Your Wetlands
  • A Tale of Two Sales
  • USDA-Forest Service
  • Lymantria dispar L.-Headin' 'Em Off at the Pass
  • Not in It for the Money
  • How to Harvest Timber-Is There A Clear-cut Answer?
  • Take Control of Your Pond from Weeds
  • Lyme Disease... It's Here
  • Alabama's Timberland: Can It Support Industry?
  • Using Aviation in Fire Detection and Suppression
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory; Jimmy King
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL
  • Memorial; Mary Higdon Stem, Ray Holliday...

Download Fall 1990

  • Stewardship: North Alabama Style
  • Evaluation of the Planting Job
  • Open Burning and Ozone
  • Alabama Black Bears Live in Harmony with Man
  • Tax Tips for Alabama Landowners
  • Rabies: A Preventable Disease
  • Have Logs Will Travel?
  • Alabama Department of Conservation and...
  • Selecting the Right Vendor
  • Hardwood Regeneration Methods
  • Paulownia: Something Different
  • Seedling Survival - How Is Alabama Doing?
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL
  • Memorial; Edd Kennedy, Jr.

Download Winter 1989

  • A Home-An Occupation-A Treasure
  • Alabama Resource Information At Your Fingertips
  • Permanent Firelanes More Than A Break From Fire
  • Timber Producers Suffering Drought Loss Eligible...
  • Southern Pine Beetle Battle Continues
  • What About Pond Management?
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National
  • White-Tailed Deer Management And The...
  • Finding Help May Be Easier Than You Think
  • Modern Timber Bridges-An Attractive Option
  • Soil Conservation
  • Set Your Sites On The Best Results
  • Drought And Forest Productivity
  • Editor's Understory: Dorsey and Lois Taylor
  • In Memorium, Cleveland Burdette
  • Planning Guide

Download Spring 1989

  • Treasures Worth Sharing
  • Best Management Practices For Nonpoint...
  • How To Attract Non-Game Birds
  • Timber Theft-An All Too Common Problem
  • Forest Product Severance Tax-Another Change
  • Project Learning Tree
  • Project Wild
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Herbaceous Weed Control-Application And Alternatives
  • Regeneration Of The Forest-Naturally
  • The City Forest Needs Managing Also
  • Computers Are Becoming Necessary Tools
  • Wildflowers For Alabama
  • Alabama's First Forest-A Historical Reflection
  • Editor's Understory: Ozier and Dozier Slay
  • In Memoriam, Homajean Grisham and...
  • You Ought To Be ln Pictures!

Download Summer 1989

  • State Forester's Message
  • Making Alabama A Better Place Through Forestry
  • Oceanfront Property for Sale
  • Rocks Of Alabama's Forest Trails
  • Management Considerations for the...
  • A New Market For Alabama Wood: Southern...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National
  • Leasing Hunting Rights
  • Forest Insects
  • From TREASURE Forest To Treasure Ship
  • Pineland-A Second Look at Alabama's First...
  • Cone And Seed Development in Southern Pines
  • Editor's Understory : Roy Gamble
  • In Memoriam, Randy Quick

Download Fall 1989

  • State Forester's Message
  • "It's A Different World"
  • A View On Treasure Forest
  • Wildflower Treasures
  • Measuring The Wealth Of Alabama's Forests
  • Trends In Forest Product Technology
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Don't Be Afraid-Be Cautious
  • Stumpage Price Trends In Alabama
  • Autumn Color
  • Leave It Alone-The Mother Did!
  • Seedling Handling-The Long Journey From Nursery...
  • A Natural Wonder
  • Habitat Management: Supplemental Crop Plantings...
  • Editor's Understory: John and Dene Mathews
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Memorial, Ralph McClendon and Danny Dodd

Download Winter 1988

  • It's the Little Things That Count!
  • Fire Prevention Plan
  • How Safe Is Your House?
  • What Is Alabama's Fourth Forest?
  • Treasure Forests: A Haven For Wildlife In Alabama
  • Litter in Alabama's Forests
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Planting Trees? Standards Can Help Ensure Survival
  • Weather or Not
  • You Reap What You Sow
  • Will the Beetle Be Back?
  • Tools That Make Forest Management Manageable
  • State Forester's Message
  • Editor's Understory, Edward McCullers
  • Memorial; Alvin Downing and Florence Hall

Download Spring 1988

  • We'd Do It All Over Again! Ralph & Eloise McClendon
  • Pine Silviculture and Wildlife Habitat
  • Mosley Awards Recognize Achievements in...
  • Tips for Forest Landowners
  • Commission Assists in Poultry Cleanup
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Conservation Reserve Program
  • Herbicides
  • Trees Versus Grass
  • Christmas Trees Can Bring Profit!
  • You Ought to Be in Pictures
  • Water Quality Act of 1987
  • Alabama's Fourth Forest
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Ralph & Eloise McClendon

Download Summer 1988

  • Wilmon Timberlands, Inc.
  • Tools of the Trade for Fire Control
  • Prescribed Burning for Site Preparation
  • The Nursery Program
  • The Conservation Reserve Program
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Farmers Home Administration Softwood Timber Loans
  • Oh, Those Lovely Oaks!
  • Chufas-By Any Other Name Will Still Attract Turkeys!
  • Forest Farmers Association
  • Active Management Can Save You Tax Dollars
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures
  • Wood Ducks and Beaver Ponds
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Frank Wilmon

Download Fall 1988

  • Building Bridges for Those to Follow
  • Perspective on TREASURE Forest
  • Canada Geese-Going South
  • PALS Appoints Executive Director
  • Alabama Woods Arson Report
  • The Wildland Urban Interface
  • A Reforestation Survey of Butler, Wilcox, and...
  • Using Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Own Your Own Sawmill
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Wildlife-Managing for Profit
  • Hardwood Timber Harvesting
  • Reforestation-County Planning Committees at Work
  • What A Landowner Should Do Before Selling Timber
  • A Hunter's Paradise-CEDAR HEIGHTS
  • Tree Planting-It's Worth Doing Right
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Bennie Brown
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures

Download Winter 1987

  • Timber's A Sidetrack!
  • Managing Your Forest under the New Tax Laws
  • The Newest Forestry Tool
  • Cooperative Forestry at the County Level
  • Timber and Wildlife Habitat Trade-Offs
  • Wood Duck Nest Boxes
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Planting Southern Pine Seedlings
  • Sport Hunting and Its Effect on Wildlife
  • Prescribed Burning in Pine Stands
  • Where There's Fire There's Smoke!
  • Fire Bug: A Deadly Killer in Alabama's Forests
  • Purple Martins Deserve Better Homes
  • State Forester's Message
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Editor's Understory; Clyde Holcomb
  • Memorial; George Finley and Charles Swanson

Download Spring 1987

  • I Did Something Right, J.C. Jordan
  • Wildflowers-Getting Acquainted with One of...
  • After the Fire-What Then?
  • Prescribed Burning in Pine Stands
  • Training Pays Dividends
  • Giving Returns on Your Tax Dollars!
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Herbicide Alternatives for the Private Forest Landowner
  • Cedar Furniture; Home-Grown, Home-Sawn...
  • Cedar Makes Scents
  • Pines Rust, Too!
  • Insects and Disease!
  • Alabama's Forest Products - An Expanding Market
  • State Forester’s Message
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Editor's Understory; H.C. Jordan

Download Summer 1987

  • It's More Than a Paper Forest, Gulf State...
  • Aerial Photographs and Topographic Maps
  • Valuable Tools for Managing Your Forest
  • Estate Planning for the Forest Owner
  • Reforestation Incentives in Alabama
  • Alabama's Forest Products: An Expanding Market
  • Forethought in Forest Management Pays
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • The Old Keg Mill, a Popular Story
  • Yellow Poplar-A Popular Species!
  • Protect Your Alabama's Treasured Forests Magazines!
  • Hardwood Site Selection
  • Don't Let It Bug You
  • State Forester’s Message
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Editor's Understory; Gulf State Paper Corporation

Download Fall 1987

  • It's What You Do with What You've Got
  • The 10 Commandments of Gun Safety
  • Wildlife Foods
  • Amquail
  • Ponds-Popular Recreation in Alabama
  • Longleaf Pine, A Unique Pine Product!
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Forest Products, You Can't See 'Em for the Trees
  • Applying Log Grades to the Woodlot
  • Kindlin'
  • One Man's Trash Is Another Man's Treasure!
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Larry Trotter

Download Winter 1986

  • It's Quality, Not Quantity
  • Tips For Absentee Landowners
  • The Cost of Mis-Managing Your Land
  • Natural Regeneration of Upland Hardwoods in...
  • Many Questions Answered
  • Estimating the Timber Volume of Your Forest
  • Landowners Legislative Alert, National
  • Notice to TREASURE Forest Landowners
  • The Hard Facts of Hardwood Management
  • Plan Your Management Around Control Burning
  • Cypress-A Tree to Consider
  • Please Don't Let Them Die
  • Make It Yourself
  • You Ought to be in Pictures!
  • Index of Articles: 1982 Through 1985
  • Memorial, Larry McClennan, Bruce Owens and...
  • Editor's Understory: Thurston Nix, Cynthia K. Page
  • Treasure Seekers, Finders, Keepers

Download Spring 1986

  • You're Never Too Old To Learn
  • Conservation Reserve Program
  • Starting A Home Forestry Library
  • Oaks-One of Alabama's Handsome Hardwoods!
  • Integrating Timber Management and Cattle Grazing
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Annosus Root Rot-A Nuisance in Alabama
  • Managing Natural Stands
  • Southern Pine Beetle Alert
  • Growing Poles and Piling
  • Developing Dove Habitat
  • You Ought to be in Pictures!
  • Governor Appoints Two New Commissioners...
  • The Gopher Tortoise
  • Memorial, Harris M. Gordon and Herb Holeman
  • Editor's Understory: Janie Jordan
  • Treasure Seekers, Finders, Keepers

Download Summer 1986

  • It's A Dream-Come-True
  • Water Quality: Another Segment of a...
  • Do It Yourself Forestry
  • Make it Yourself: A Customized Biltmore Stick
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Timber Harvesting: Which System Would You Select?
  • Inspecting Timber Sales
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Hunter's Choice Deer Season in Alabama
  • Hats Off to the AFC!
  • The Road To TREASURE
  • Controlling Erosion Provides a Better Environment...
  • Editor's Understory: Vivian White

Download Fall 1986

  • Cotton, Cattle, Hay, Timber
  • The Finishing Touch
  • Southern Forest Pest Management Slide...
  • Growing Loblolly Pine in Alabama
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Establishing Food Plots for Deer and Turkey
  • Planting Containerized Seedlings
  • Investing: Forestry or Agriculture?
  • Endangered Species
  • You Ought To Be In Pictures!
  • Wood Duck Hatch
  • Garbage, Garbage, Everywhere
  • Editor's Understory: Dan James
  • Treasure Seekers, Finders, Keeper

Download Winter 1985

  • The Woods Is The Place To Be
  • Herbicides-How Safe Are You?
  • All Aged? Even Aged?
  • Uneven-Aged Management Of Loblolly Pine
  • Inferior Pines-Recognizing The Problem Is Half...
  • Why Is Forestry Such A Good Investment
  • Southern Pine Beetle And Annosus Root Rot...
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • More About Deer
  • Where To Find Forestry Tools
  • TREASURE-When Managed Properly
  • Foresters and Computers, A Natural Combination?
  • Pesticides, Poison, Toxicity, Hazard-What Does...
  • The Boy And The Tree
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; J.R. and Sarah Crosby

Download Spring 1985

  • Millwood's a Hardwood Haven
  • Managing an Urban Forest
  • Forest Management Begins With The Soil
  • After The Iceman Cometh
  • Starting from Scratch-Direct Seeding
  • Ticket to Ride
  • Gray Squirrel
  • The Professional Forester
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • Checking Seedling Survival
  • Why Treasure Forest?
  • Wildfire – A Threat To Southern Forests
  • Crying Indian Smiles About Alabama's Treasure
  • Soil and Water Conservation-Half Century of Progress
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor’s Understory; Judge George Wright

Download Summer 1985

  • Nature Strikes A Pretty Pose, Gene & Marilyn Ragan
  • Let’s Get Started, Hardwood Regeneration
  • Changing Philosophies of Hardwood Management...
  • Oak Regeneration by Direct Seedling
  • Mid-South Upland Hardwood Regeneration...
  • Pests: What to do when pests hit hardwoods, too!
  • Landowner Legislative Alert
  • Protecting Bottomland Hardwood Benefits
  • Oaks, Acorns, and Wildlife
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor’s Understory; Marilyn Ragan

Download Fall 1985

  • All In The Family, James Hughes Family
  • Managing Wildlife for Income
  • Where Did Those Beetles Come From?
  • The Alabama Forestry Commission - Your State...
  • Plan Prescribed Burning Now
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • You Can Have Your Treasure And Tree Farm Too!
  • Foresters' Guide to Herbicides Available Soon
  • Utilization of Low-Grade Hardwood
  • A Helping Hand-The Alabama Resource...
  • Timber Production on Marginal Cropland
  • Log Cabin Fever
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Hughes Family
  • Treasure Seekers, Finders, Keepers

Download Winter 1984

  • It's Not What You Know It's Who
  • Smokey Bear After 40 Years-Still the Same
  • A "Reel" Adventure
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • Loblolly Pine Southern Bread and Butter
  • Which Trees Do I Save
  • There's An "Illegal Green" Cropping Up In Our Forests
  • Chemical Site Preparation
  • Doing It Naturally
  • War Against Weeds
  • Bicolor Is For the Birds
  • A "Hare" Raising Adventure
  • Treasure Forest Landowner's Creed
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Stumped? Ask Us About it!
  • Editor's Understory; W.O. Patterson

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  • Where Have All the Bluebirds Gone?
  • Planting Supplemental Foods for Wild Turkeys
  • Bicolor Is For the Birds
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • Alabama Chainsaw and Crosscut Saw Contests
  • Combating the Beetle
  • Forest Festival Salutes Smokey's Fortieth Birthday
  • Beef Cattle and Timber
  • Dollars In Your Dirt
  • You've Got To Do Something!
  • Forest Photography or Pictures of a Forest
  • A Partnership in Pest Management
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!
  • Editor’s Understory; Bruce Owens Family

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  • "Junior" Generally Means "Second" But...
  • Management Means More!
  • Looking For Help In All The "Right" Places
  • Sawing Is Salvaging!
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • What You Should Know Before You Sign...
  • Some "Rules" You Should Know In Timber Marketing
  • Trees Need A Proper Home
  • 1983/84 Best Management Practices Survey
  • It's Poplar
  • Archaeological Sites
  • Fire Fighting Computers???
  • Summer Is A Time For Camping
  • Put Yourself In ....Only You
  • Kelly Mosley Honored
  • Suburban Forestry A New Frontier
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor’s Understory; Barry Hughes

Download Fall 1984

  • I Always Did Want Some Timber!
  • Nest Boxes For Wood Ducks
  • Goat Grazing On Woodlands
  • Deer In Alabama
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • A Tree Planter For Marginal Cropland
  • So You Want A Pine Forest
  • Getting Your Property Boundaries Surveyed
  • They're Our Volunteers!
  • The Green Pitcher Plant
  • Hire A Forester
  • Chain Saw Safety, It's No Accident!
  • Often Neglected As An Energy Source... Wood
  • Wildfire! Cooperation Makes A Difference
  • State Forester’s Message
  • Editor's Understory; Mr. & Mrs. Sellers

Download Special Tax Edition 1984

  • Taxes-The Silent Partner
  • Timber Account Depletion
  • The Valuation of Forest Lands for Estate Tax Purposes
  • Income Tax Treatment of Reforestation Costs
  • Death and Taxes
  • One Man's Misfortune May Be Only That...
  • Christmas Trees and Taxes
  • Deductible Expenses and Carrying Charges
  • Forest Product Severance and Privilege Taxes
  • On Being Partners with Uncle Sam
  • Nongame Wildlife Program Makes Strides
  • IRS The Helping Hand

Download Winter 1983

  • Timber Sale... the ultimate forest management decision
  • AFC Nurserymen Harvest Improved Pine Seed
  • How to Grow a TREASURE Forest
  • Forestry Recordkeeping For Maximum Tax...
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • Wood-A Source of Energy
  • Prescribed Burning-What Is It?
  • Law Enforcement as a Fire Prevention Tool
  • Fire's Effect On Forest Soil
  • Planning for Soil and Water Quality Can Assure...
  • Future Farmers Learn Forestry Skills
  • Hardwoods Improved in Four Easy Steps
  • See The Big Picture
  • Alabama's TREASURE Forest Program
  • How To Prune Trees
  • AFC's Management Objective Is To Make...
  • Battle Against The Beetle
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!
  • Editor's Understory: Boyd Batchelor

Download Spring 1983

  • Russell Campbell's Red Clay Hilltops Are...
  • Changes in Estate Taxation Law Benefit Forest...
  • Now Here's a Scam That Could Take More Than...
  • Leave it to Beaver
  • Progeny Testing Program Will Measure Quality...
  • Unique Example of Coordinating & Planning for Action
  • It is Your Forest! Take a Stand to Make It Grow!
  • Alabama Forestry Association
  • Facts About Fusiform-The Rust That Destroys...
  • Landowners' Legislative Alert
  • Plan BEFORE You Cut!
  • How to Prune Trees
  • Ninth Annual Forest Festival-Something for Everyone
  • Water Quality Is Affected by Quality of the Woodland
  • House Fires! An Unspoken Fear of Rural Residents
  • Fire Detection "The Fustest With the Mostest"
  • Prescribed Burning-Useful Tool Helps Preserve...
  • When Prescribed Burning Is Used as a Forestry...
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!
  • Editor's Understory: Russell Campbell

Download Summer 1983

  • Mildred's Farm's a Treasure!
  • Landowner's Legislative Alert
  • Seed Quality-A Key Factor in Cost of Nursery...
  • Prepare Now-for Planting Pine Seedlings this Winter
  • One Foot in the Woods
  • "Show And Tell" Forest Management
  • AWF
  • Don't Get In A Rut
  • Choosing The Right Consultant
  • Where To Start With Tree Identification
  • Losing Sight of Sites
  • Sixty-Seven Stories of Progress And Success
  • Fire, Its Bearing Upon Land And Man
  • Energizing The Middle Story
  • State University Turns to Wood Energy
  • Farm Hotline Established
  • Fighting Fusiform With Genetics!
  • Trails Can Be Fun
  • 1983 Forest Festival Awards Presented At Banquet
  • Barrow Receives Environment Award
  • Arrest Kudzu
  • Take A Nature Break At The Tuskegee Ranger Station
  • Editor's Understory: Mildred Owens
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!

Download Fall 1983

  • Gordon & Son-A Family Treasure
  • Basic Steps In Land Measurement
  • Color Your Forests This Fall
  • Land Owners Legislative Alert
  • Soil Survey
  • Soil and Littleleaf
  • Soil ph In Forestry
  • The Truth About Forest Investments
  • Firebreaks Protect Forest Lands
  • Plan Now For Winter Burning
  • Control The Southern Pine Beetle
  • Longleaf Pine Regeneration-Naturally
  • Snag Management For Forest Birds
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!
  • Editor's Understory: H.M. Gordon

Download Fall 1982

  • Pineland, Alabama's First TREASURE Forest
  • Is Your Burn Legal?
  • Smoke Detectors Save Lives!
  • Aircraft Saves Time And Dollars
  • Forest Management On A Shoestring
  • Firewood As A Business Venture
  • Forest Nurseries Are Growing Super Trees
  • Black Walnut For Profit
  • Christmas Trees, A Cash Crop
  • Know Annosus Root Rot And React Quickly!
  • Seedlings By The Millions
  • Landowners Legislative Alert
  • A Backgrounder
  • There's No Freeway to Hardwood Regeneration
  • Beef Production In Woodlands-Is It For You?
  • Practicing What We Preach
  • Stumped? Ask Us About It!
  • Editor's Understory: W. Kelly Mosley