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Articles from American Forests (March 22, 2008)

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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. Bronaugh, Whit Travel narrative 2237
A honey of trail. Khan, Katherine Brief article 227
Acorns of hope. Brief article 146
Anne Frank Tree saved. Brief article 261
Ascending the giants: two arborists team up to document Oregon's national champions--from the top down. Bearns, Melissa 2261
Battling Japanese beetles. Brief article 111
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. Bronaugh, Whit 1520
Carbon neutral while you eat. Brief article 131
Demise of a charismatic champion: a search for the backcountry whitebark pine titleholder reveals a stunning tree but a casualty of age and global warming. Williams, Tyler 2126
Electronic trees. Brief article 130
Envisioning an evergreen Massachusetts: the Granite State's goal of preserving forest cover and adding even more despite encroaching development and long-term costs has other states watching with interest. Horton, Tom 2029
Forest loss harms elephants and tigers. Brief article 125
Franklinia fan. Edwards, Robert W. Letter to the editor 130
Gift cards can plant trees. Brief article 180
Hemlock update. 333
Hemlocks under attack. Brief article 209
Hold off on ash plantings. Brief article 145
How to nominate a big tree. 601
Irish eyes aren't smiling. Brief article 207
Linkin Park plants more trees. 252
Maryland's Wye Oak successor? Brief article 330
New way needed for environment; We have to change how we conduct the country's most important business: restoring the natural world and its connection to people. Gangloff, Deborah Editorial 654
News of note. Brief article 153
NY trees fight carbon. 159
Ode to the Moon Tree. Poem 469
One (big) tree's story: in Indiana, a fortuitous meeting between a red maple and an 8-year-old boy results in state recognition and some greater understanding. Phillips, Janelle 631
Paperless trees. Brief article 99
Partnering in support of big trees. Gangloff, Deborah; Warnke, Karl J. 548
Peace Corps seeks enviros. Brief article 141
Planning for healthy trees: careful forethought is required if a community wants to plant and maintain a sustainable urban forest. Schwab, Jim 2018
Queen Elizabeth gets green. 293
Remembering Sara Keene. Letter to the editor 242
Ridding trees of beetles. Brief article 199
Sapsuckers love pecans. Brief article 92
Sitka redux. Brief article 237
Species without champs. Table 944
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.". Bronaugh, Whit 2475
The National Register of Big Trees 2008. Dawley, Margo; Phillips, Janelle Table 18391
The price of a shady lane: the trials and tribulations--and faith--involved in recreating a favorite memory with pin oaks on a Missouri farm. Jackson, James P. 1380
U.S, 6 other countries to benefit from '08 plantings. Brief article 300
Washington outlook. Gray, Gerry 681
Wilted dogwood. Brief article 170

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