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North American forests in the age of man. Jun 22, 2012 2716
North American forests in the age of nature. Mar 22, 2012 2416
A journey through champion trees. Jun 22, 2011 1258
History in the heartwood. Jun 22, 2011 2187
Go see a champion: take a road trip to seek out the biggest trees in the nation! Travel narrative Jun 22, 2009 2100
Where the trees are still tall: the story of an adventure through the giant and undisturbed forests of Congaree National Park. Viewpoint essay Jun 22, 2009 2930
Big changes for big trees: deaths, growth spurts, and a new list-altering rule. It's our biennial check on the state of our nation's biggest trees. Mar 22, 2008 1520
A day in the life of General Sherman: our intrepid reporter gets up close and personal with this long-time champ and perennial favorite big tree. Travel narrative Mar 22, 2008 2237
The age of Pinus: all that's fit to print about what has been called the world's "most ecologically and economically significant tree genus.". Mar 22, 2008 2475
Looking for Georgia's lost Franklinia: could he find this small, showy tree not seen in the wild for more than 200 years? Jan 1, 2008 1879
New champs in height and breath: General Sherman gets smaller, mega-trees switch places, people are one with trees. Read on for the latest from the world of really big trees. Mar 22, 2006 1861
Championing changes in the forest. Mar 22, 2006 2190
Empty thrones: somewhere out there royalty is just waiting to be recognized. Long live the king--wherever it is. Mar 22, 2006 2682
In a state of superlatives; Big Tree Paradise has an address: go west; stop at the ocean. Jan 1, 2005 2009
The towering titans: forget the traditional definition of a tree. There are a few species-11 to be exact-that defy such a mundane description. Cover Story Mar 22, 2004 2191
Return of the kings: times are tough for the Santa Cruz cypress, a tree with limited range and, for 20 years, no champion. Mar 22, 2004 2312
Stature beyond size: don't let its small size fool you; Maryland is the nation's matriarch of monumental trees. Mar 22, 2004 1619
From little acorns champion oaks grow: a journey through the life of one of America's most prolific trees. Mar 22, 2004 1627
A champion for all seasons. Jan 1, 2003 1108
Lone Star Elite: In Texas, when they say everything is bigger, they're talking about their trees, too. Naturally. Mar 22, 2002 1599
Sovereign species: From dethroned monarchs to brash upstarts, the 2002 National Register of Big Trees has more royal intrigue than a British history text. Mar 22, 2002 1787
Land of the little giants: Wild-dillys. Blollys. And champion trees you can wrap your hand around. Welcome to Key Largo, where less is more. Mar 22, 2002 1357
Crowning CHAMPIONS for a New Age. Mar 22, 2000 1539
IN SEARCH OF OLD-GROWTH GIANTS. Brief Article Mar 22, 2000 990
Sizing up the EAST. Mar 22, 2000 2036
The monarchy. Mar 22, 1998 2029
Meet the new royal family. Jan 1, 1996 2484
Champions on the brink. Jan 1, 1996 3188
Forest therapy. Sep 22, 1995 635
The biggest sycamore. May 1, 1995 331
The biggest eastern white pines. Sep 1, 1994 368
The biggest sassafras. May 1, 1994 368
The 1994 edition: National Register of big trees. Jan 1, 1994 1469
The biggest western juniper. Sep 1, 1993 329
The biggest plains cottonwood. Jul 1, 1993 380
The biggest Joshua tree. May 1, 1993 390
The biggest American elm. Mar 1, 1993 383
The biggest valley oak. Jan 1, 1993 332
The biggest American beech. Sep 1, 1992 344
The biggest Jeffrey pine. May 1, 1992 279
The biggest western redcedar. Mar 1, 1992 351
The fall of the Dyerville giant. Jan 1, 1992 2151
Adventures of a big-tree photographer. Jan 1, 1992 1970
The biggest sugar pine. Nov 1, 1991 274
The biggest bristlecone. Jul 1, 1991 335
The biggest coffeetree. May 1, 1991 314
How to take creative forest photos. Mar 1, 1991 1713

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