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Forest History Today Magazine

Fall 2012

View the table of contents for the Fall 2012 issue below. (view cover image)

Feature articles include discovery of the emerald ash borer in the U.S.; the search for Aldo Leopold's "green fire" site; why the findings of the forest surveys of the 1890s still matter; and the origins of the U.S. Forest Service slogan "Caring for the Land and Serving People." The History on the Road and Biographical Portrait columns both focus on the Crossett Experimental Forest.

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Contents Fall 2012


[ i ] "Message from the President: 'Preserving Canada's Forest History'"
   
2
"Editor's Note" by James G. Lewis
   
 Features
5
"Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me: The Emerald Ash Borer in Southeastern Michigan" by Jordan D. Marché II
   
16
"The Forest Explorers: Probing the Western Forest Reserves, 1897–1904" by Stephen F. Arno
   
26 "Searching for Aldo Leopold's Green Fire" by Susan Flader
   
35 "'Caring for the Land and Serving People': The Origins of the U.S. Forest Service Motto" by Lou Romero
   
 Departments
40 "Biographical Portrait: The Founding Fathers of the Crossett Experimental Forest" by Don C. Bragg
   
45 "History on the Road: A Mapped History of the Crossett Experimental Forest" by Don C. Bragg
   
54 Books and Films of Interest by Eben Lehman and James G. Lewis
   
61 Mark Your Calendar
   
 Annual Report
62 From the Chairman
   
63 Treasurer's Report
   
64 Contributions and Project Sponsors
   

66 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library
   
69 Awards and Fellowships
   
72 Publications of the Forest History Society
   

74 Back Cover