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Woodland NOTES. Vol. 21, Vol. 1 — Fall/Winter 2009-2010
Woodland Notes In This Issue
— Don't Let Water Quality Bug You
— Small-Scale Forestry Technology
— Killer Found: Thousand Canker Disease on Black Walnut
— Balancing Biomass
— End of an Era? Woodland NOTES May Go to Electronic Format Only


Vol. 20, No. 1 — Fall/Winter, 2008-2009
In this issue:
  • Payments for Carbon Sequestration
  • Ten Tips for Burning Slash Piles
  • A Primer on Pre-commercial Thinning

Vol. 19, No. 1 — Fall/Winter, 2007-2008
In this issue:
  • Choosing a GPS Receiver
  • Salvage Logging After a Wildfire
  • Seeding Forest Roads, Skid Trails and Landings

Vol. 19, No. 2 — Spring/Summer, 2008
In this issue:
  • Forests and Carbon
  • Lichens
  • Mountain Pine Beetle

Vol. 18, No. 1 — Fall/Winter, 2006-2007
In this issue:
  • Silvicultural Decisions XII: Considering Climate Change in Silvicultural Prescriptions
  • Forest Fire Risk Reduction Alternatives for Slash
  • Selecting the Right Equipment for Your Forestland Needs


Vol. 18, No. 2 — Spring/Summer, 2007
In this issue:
  • Best Management Practices (BMP's) for Forest Roads in Idaho
  • Thresholds and Environmental Change
  • How Much Fertilizer in Slash?

Vol. 17, No. 1 — Fall/Winter, 2005-2006  
In this issue:
  • Best Management Practices (BMP's) for Idaho Riparian Areas
  • Wood for Wildlife
  • Silvicultural Decisions XI: Can Fire Hazard Reduction Treatments Achieve Other Silvicultural Objectives?
  • Silvopasture - Growing Trees in Your Pasture, or Visa Versa

Vol. 17, No. 2 — Spring/Summer, 2006  
In this issue:
  • Can Forest Insect Pests be Managed?
  • Idaho's Big Trees
  • Best Management Practices (BMP's) for Timber Harvesting in Idaho