1998 Alabama's TREASURED Forests Magazines

Winter Issue
- A HomeAn OccupationA TREASURE, by Cynthia K. Page
- Alabama Resource Information At Your Fingertips, by Steve Nix
- Permanent FirelanesMore Than A Break From Fire, by David A. Hoge
- Timber Producers Suffering Drought Loss Eligible For Federal Assistance, by David A. Hoge
- Prescribed Burning - What Can You Expect? by Melisa V. Himel
- Southern Pine Beetle Battle Continues, by James R. Hyland
- What About Pond Management? by John W. Jensen
- White-Tailed Deer Management And The Spike-Antlered Buck, by Dr. M. Keith Causey
- Finding Help May Be Easier Than You Think, by Dan James
- Modern Timber BridgesAn Attractive Option, by Jim Gober
- Set Your Sites On The Best Results, by David A. Hoge
- Drought And Forest Productivity, by David A. Hoge

Spring Issue
- Fern Valley, by Kim Gilliland
- Log a Load for Kids
- Forest Fertilization, by Conner Fristoe and Tim L. Gothard
- A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer, Part 4, by Lou Hyman
- Trees Used to Reduce Air Pollution in Mexico City
- Alabama Forestry Commission 1998-99 Season
- Horse and Mule Logging in Alabama, by Christopher W. Toms, Mark R. Dubois & John C. Bliss
- Alabama Stumpage Price Trends, by Daowei Zhang & John Bliss
- Alabama Water Watch, by Pat Byington
- Become a TREASURE Forest Landowner: 6 Steps to Success
- Practical Forestry Aesthetic Practices in the South, by Becky Barlow
- Test Your Forestry IQ, by Tilda Mims
- Snakes of Alabama: Fact and Fiction by Mark A. Bailey
- Rewards Program Revised by Kenneth Elmore
- State Forester's Message, by Timothy C. Boyce
- Editor's Understory, by Kim Gilliland
- Trees of Alabama: Eastern Redbud, by Coleen Vansant
- Landowners Legislative Alert, by Frank Sego
- Hidden TREASURES: Rooted in the Past, Managed for the Future, Smith Family, by Madeline Hildreth

Summer Issue
- A Labor of Love, by Madeline Hildreth
- Wildlife Openings in CRP Pine Plantations, by Tim L. Gothard
- A Year in the Life of a Taxpayer, Part 5, by John S. Gilliam & Lou Hyman
- Conservation Easements, by Harwell E. Coale, Jr. and R. Mark Kirkpatrick
- Boone and Crockett Club, by Tilda Mims
- Safe Tractor Operation, by David E. Baker
- The Importance of Water Quality in Herbicide Applications, by Gary C. Wakefield & Tim L. Gothard
- Woodland Wildflowers, by Kathryn Flynn
- The Cradle of Forestry in America, by Don Burdette
- Helene Mosley Memorial TREASURE Forest Award, 1998 Nominees
- State Forester's Message, by Timothy C. Boyce
- Editor's Understory, by Madeline Hildreth
- Threatened and Endangered Species: Sadie Price's Potato-bean, by Carlen M. Emanuel
- Trees of Alabama: Ginkgo, by Tilda Mims
- Landowner's Legislative Alert, by Jay Jensen & Frank Sego
- Hidden TREASURES: A Seed Planted, by Joel Glover

Fall Issue
- A Remarkable Family Tradition, by Tilda Mims
- Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, by Katie Smith
- Services of the Alabama Forestry Commission, by Tim L. Gothard
- Prepare Now for Prescribed Burning, by Tim L. Gothard
- Start Your Own Natural Resources Library, by Kim Gilliland
- Selling Timber with Sealed Bids, by Mark Key
- Understanding Timber Sale Variables, by Billy Rye
- Insects of Pine Forests, by Mark A. Rumph
- Pass It On, by Joel Glover
- Commonly Asked Questions about Releasing Pen-raised Quail
- State Forester's Message, by Timothy C. Boyce
- Editor's Understory, by Tilda Mims
- Trees of Alabama: Pecan, by Neil Letson
- Landowner's Legislative Alert, by Jay Jensen and Frank Sego
- Hidden TREASURES: Hall of Famer Sees Revolutionary Changes in Forestry, by Tilda Mims

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