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Forest History Today Magazine

Spring 2012

View the table of contents for the Spring 2012 issue below.

Feature articles in this issue include "How the Forest Service Saved the Grand Canyon," by historian Byron Pearson; "Replanting the (Really) Lost Pines of Texas," by Claire Williams, the FHS Distinguished Scholar; and articles written for the anniversaries of the founding of the American Tree Farm System and the creation of Woodsy Owl.

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Contents Spring 2012


[ i ] "Message from the President: 'The Heroes of Forest and Conservation History'"
   
2
"Editor's Note" by James G. Lewis
   
 Features
3
"How the Forest Service Saved the Grand Canyon" by Byron E. Pearson
   
12
"Replanting the (Really) Lost Pines of Texas" by Claire G. Williams
   
16 "The American Tree Farm System: Growing Stewardship From the Roots" by Brigitte W. Johnson
   
22 "Woodsy Owl at 40" by Harald Fuller-Bennett and Iris Velez
   
 Departments
28 "Biographical Portrait: Charles S. Cowan (1887-1969)" by World Forestry Center
   
31 "History on the Road: The Hosmer Grove at Haleakala National Park" by Steven Anderson
   
34 Books and Films of Interest by Eben Lehman and James G. Lewis
   
41 Mark Your Calendar
   
 Annual Report
42 From the Chairman
   
43 Treasurer's Report
   
44 Contributions and Project Sponsors
   

46 Gifts to the Forest History Society Library
   
49 Awards and Fellowships
   
52 Publications of the Forest History Society
   

54 Back Cover