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2009 Alabama's TREASURED Forests Magazines

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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Fall 2009

- A Look at Two Certification Standards for Family Forest Owners in Alabama"
- A Plan for All Seasons - Danny and Sizy Landrum
- Can Firewood be Harmful to Our Forests
- Forestry Competition Returns to Alabama Forestry Camp
- From the Outside Looking In - A Memorable Lesson at Summer Camp
- Hardwood Corner
- Jemison TREASURE Forest - Tree Farm Welcomes Veterans
- Longleaf Pine - Where It Has Gone How to Get It Back
- New 2009 Alabama Champion Trees
- Ongoing Silvicultural Guidelines for Bottomland Hardwood & Cypress Swamps
- Protecting Alabama’s Forests - The Civilian Conservation Corps
- Sniffing Out and Tracking Down Wildland Arsonists
- The Battle On Our Doorstep - Cogongrass
- Trees of Alabama - Yaupon
 Fall 2009
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Summer 2009

- A Landowner's Perspective The True Value of Your Forest Habitat
- Alabama Forestry Commission Rates High in Customer Satisfaction
- Alabama's FIA Crew Leads the Way in Quality
- American Tree Farm System Recognizes
- Alabama's Forest Stewardship Plans as Meeting Certification Requirements
- Categorizing Hardwood Trees by their Monetary Value
- Declining Loblolly Pine Stands Symptoms Causes and Management Options
- Defensible Space Contracts Initiative to Protect Homes from Wildfire
- Green Infrastructure Approaches to Development
- Hardwood Corner Education Education & More Education
- Plants of Alabama The Truth about Lespedezas
- Reclaimed TREASURE A Joint Venture
- Southern Treats in the Summertime A Unique Style of Gardening
- 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 Fox Squirrels of Course

Summer 2009
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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 Supporting a Full House
- Managing the Hardwood Understory
- Mason, Dixon, Ellicott, and Freeman
- Shade Trees Can Reduce Power Bills
- Stamps Used to Identify Different Grades of Lumber and Panel Products
- Statewide Assessment and Strategy for Forest Resources
- Threatened and Endangered Species Small White Lady’s-Slipper
- Trees of Alabama - Sweetgum
- Want More Rabbits?
- When Tornado Strikes: What to Know about Claiming a Casualty Loss
- What the New Farm Bill Means for Wildlife
- What the 2008 Farm Bill Means for Forestry
Spring 2009
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