Empire Envoy - October
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New Book Available for Children: Why Would Anyone Cut a Tree Down Book?
While giving presentations about trees, the author, a USDA Forest Service employee, noticed that students had the knowledge of the benefits and products that trees provide. On the other hand, the author was surprised when students blurted out that you can never cut a tree down. To bridge this gap in knowledge and understanding, he wrote this book.
For a link to the book, click Here
Presentations Now Available from the 2013 Annual Meeting!
President's Message: Click Here
Audubon SFI SIC Report: Click Here
Forestry Foundation Drive: Click Here
The NYS Open Space Plan - Key to the Public's Investment
Ethan Winter, NY Conservation Manager, Land Trust Alliance: Click Here
Roger Dziengeleski - Citizen Engagement: Click Here
Jim Howe, Executive Director, The Nature Conservancy's Central & Western NY Chapter: Click Here
The Potential for a Transfer of Development Rights Program to Protect Working Landscapes
David Lewis, Associate Professor of Geography & Planning, University at Albany - SUNY: Click Here
Forest Tax Law 480 A - Is it Time to Change?
David Newman, Professor & Chair of the Department of Forest & Natural Resource Management at the SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry: Click Here
Don Fisher, President, Pomeroy Appraisal Associates: Click Here
John Bartow, Executive Director, New York State Tug Hill Commission: Click Here
Local Ordinances and the Right to Practice Forestry - Is the Process Working
Bob Malmsheimer, Professor, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry: Click Here
Bruce Williamson, Bureau Chief, Division of Lands & Forests, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation: Click Here
Chris Tcimpidis, President, Bevan Forestry: Click Here
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