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Articles from American Forests (March 22, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
"Cool" refrigerators. Brief Article 259
A commitment for the ages. Gangloff, Deborah 461
A fierce green fire; The American environmental movement by phillip Shabecoff. Book Review 294
A hurricane's silver lining. Brief Article 188
A man of the trees. Mole, Graham 565
A Tahoe progressive: an "accidental" silviculturist brings new thinking to a national forest. Ashford, Kate 630
Actress aids wildfire efforts. Brittin, Rachel 444
American Forests & corporate responsibility. Olson, Jeff 666
Arizona champ survives fires. Zahner, Robert Letter to the Editor 208
Battling asian longhorneds. Brief Article 150
Bristlecones and deer. Ackerman, Robert L. Letter to the Editor 99
Doing well by doing good; The move toward more sustainable economies involves everyone from mom and pop companies to major corporations. And the biggest surprise of all may be: its working. Little, Jane Braxton 2412
eBay and trees. Brief Article 182
Ecosystem value & trees: greener, cleaner, more financially savvy environments include trees. The evidence is all around us. Gangloff, Deborah 611
Fire: not always foe. Erdley, Jacon Letter to the Editor 199
From little acorns champion oaks grow: a journey through the life of one of America's most prolific trees. Bronaugh, Whit 1627
Honda helps. Brief Article 204
IP plans park. Brief Article 94
Lights, camera, trees! Brief Article 80
Living in the Appalachian Forest: true tales of sustainable forestry by Chris Bolgiano. Book Review 343
Money in the tree bank: new mechanisms for measuring ecosystem values make it possible for cities to be both environmentally green and financially savvy. Kollin, Cheryl 1736
Mourning Iowa's senior citizen. Brief Article 127
New CITYgreen. Brief Article 250
Niagara's 'corridor of antiquity'. Warwick, Peter D.A. Brief Article 239
Nomination a champ. 486
Oak fungus spread? Brief Article 103
Oscar-worthy trees. Brief Article 198
Proceedings available. Brief Article 84
Return of the kings: times are tough for the Santa Cruz cypress, a tree with limited range and, for 20 years, no champion. Bronaugh, Whit 2312
Rising to new heights. 2385
Saving Heritage Trees. Pennington, Alan Letter to the Editor 137
Saving paper. Brief Article 158
Show us the picture. Demetrick, Darlene Letter to the Editor 212
Shreveport's hard-working trees. Brief Article 209
Stature beyond size: don't let its small size fool you; Maryland is the nation's matriarch of monumental trees. Bronaugh, Whit 1619
The national Register of big trees 2004-2005. Fedor, Karen 19428
The solace at Solins': by practicing an inherited ethic and careful stewardship, these Wisconsin brothers hope to pass along "eternity" with the family business. Haapoja, Margaret A. 1948
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. Bronaugh, Whit Cover Story 2191
Transitions. 426
Trees on the 'net. 144
Wanted: old champs. Brief Article 143
Washington outlook. Gray, Gerry 838
Worship and wilderness; Culture, religion, and law in public lands management by Lloyd Burton. Book Review 211

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