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1985 Alabama's TREASURED Forests Magazines

Winter Issue
- The Woods Is The Place To Be, by Cynthia K. Page
- Herbicides-How Safe Are You? by George Talmadge Balch
- All Aged? Even Aged? by Bill McKee
- Uneven-Aged Management Of Loblolly Pine, by Lou Hyman
- Inferior Pines-Recognizing The Problem Is Half The Solution, by Robert Wiggins
- Why Is Forestry Such A Good Investment, by Dr. Frank A. Roth
- Southern Pine Beetle And Annosus Root Rot Management, by Jim Hyland and Bob Kucera
- Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL, by Kenneth Myers, ALABAMA, by Frank Sego
- More About Deer, by Ralph H. Allen, Jr.
- Where To Find Forestry Tools, by David Hoge
- TREASURE-When Managed Properly, All The Pieces Fit, by Neil Letson
- Foresters and Computers, A Natural Combination?, by Bonnie Boyd
- Pesticides, Poison, Toxicity, Hazard-What Does This Mean?, by Jim Hyland
- The Boy And The Tree, by George Lowry
- State Forester’s Message, by C. W. Moody
- Editor's Understory; J.R. and Sarah Crosby, by Cynthia Page

Spring Issue
- Millwood's a Hardwood Haven, by Cynthia K. Page
- Managing an Urban Forest, by Nancy Michel and Barry Lawrence
- Forest Management Begins With The Soil, by Jerry Johnson
- After The Iceman Cometh, by Lou Hyman
- Starting from Scratch-Direct Seeding, by Robert Dismukes
- Ticket to Ride, by Brian Bradley
- Gray Squirrel, by Robert Waters
- The Professional Forester, by Wilbur B. DeVall
- Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL, by J. Kenneth Myers, ALABAMA, by Frank Sego
- Checking Seedling Survival, by Don Burdette
- Why Treasure Forest?, by Neil Letson
- Wildfire – A Threat To Southern Forests, by Hugh E. Mobley
- Crying Indian Smiles About Alabama's Treasure
- Soil and Water Conservation-Half Century of Progress, by Morris Gillespie
- State Forester’s Message, by C. W. Moody
- Editor’s Understory; Judge George Wright, by Cynthia Page

Summer Issue
- Nature Strikes A Pretty Pose, Gene & Marilyn Ragan, by Cynthia Page
- Let’s Get Started, Hardwood Regeneration, by Tom Cambre
- Changing Philosophies of Hardwood Management-An Update, by R.C. Kellison
- Oak Regeneration by Direct Seedling, by Robert Johnson and Roger Krinard
- Mid-South Upland Hardwood Regeneration Problems and Alternatives
- Pests: What to do when pests hit hardwoods, too!
- Landowner Legislative Alert, NATIONAL, by Kenneth Myers, ALABAMA, by Frank Sego
- Protecting Bottomland Hardwood Benefits
- Oaks, Acorns, and Wildlife
- State Forester’s Message, by C.W. Moody
- Editor’s Understory; Marilyn Ragan, by Cynthia Page

Fall Issue
- All In The Family, James Hughes Family, by Cynthia K. Page
- Managing Wildlife for Income, by Robert Waters
- Where Did Those Beetles Come From?, by Jim Hyland
- The Alabama Forestry Commission - Your State Tax Dollars At Work, by Don Burdette
- Plan Prescribed Burning Now, by Hugh Mobley
- Landowners Legislative Alert, NATIONAL, by Kenneth Myers, ALABAMA, by Frank Sego
- You Can Have Your Treasure And Tree Farm Too!, by Ronald E. True,
- Foresters' Guide to Herbicides Available Soon
- Utilization of Low-Grade Hardwood, by Frank Shropshire
- A Helping Hand-The Alabama Resource Conservation Program, by Louis Hyman
- Timber Production on Marginal Cropland, by Jerry L. Johnson and William B. Hughes
- Log Cabin Fever, by Gary Faulkner
- State Forester’s Message, by C.W. Moody
- Editor's Understory; Hughes Family, by Cynthia Page
- Treasure Seekers, Finders, Keepers

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