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Articles from American Forests (March 1, 1989)

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Title Author Type Words
A tree before breakfast. Quinnett, Paul 870
A tree named Fletcher. Sheasby, Kimberly 1566
Act spurs controversy beyond New Hampshire. Gray, Gerald J. 553
An ounce of prevention; up in the Kaniksu, the most hazardous duty can be surviving the safety meetings. Liere, Alan 2058
Bogs of the Northeast. Boerner, Deborah A. Book Review 393
Designing the ecological city. Moll, Gary 2054
How to minimize moth mayhem. 1188
Lockyear's cause. Gray, Robert 2239
Managing the mountain bike. Grost, Richard T. 2574
Planting some pride. 293
Report on our stressed-out forests. Burnett, Howard 2419
Reserving room for trees. Mixon, John W. 1450
Saving a yankee forest. Heinrichs, Jay 1897
Saving Central America's disappearing conifers. Kaufman, Wallace 2755
Taking AIPM at the gypsy moth. Bolgiano, Chris 2089
Taxing the Tree Farm: Sensible Policies for Sensible Private Forestry. Burnett, Howard Book Review 200
The pear-thrips factor; a humorous look at tree farming on a shoestring, with some advice for fellow innocents. Gustafson, Eleanor K. 1974
The singular sassafras. Clepper, Henry 1499
Toward sustainable old growth. Sampson, Neil editorial 927
Two tree planters on a Mississippi porch. Conrad, Jim 773
Your New Life in the Country: How to Plan and Manage It for Enjoyment and Profit. Kaufman, Wallace Book Review 174

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