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2011 Alabama's TREASURED Forests Magazines

This premiere publication of the Alabama Forestry Commission is provided at no charge to the forest landowners of Alabama. A glossy, full-color, 32-page magazine, it is published three times each year: Spring, Summer, and Fall. Filled with information and technical assistance, it is designed to assist landowners in making informed decisions about the management practices they apply to their land. Encompassing both hardwood and softwood, urban and rural, topics include forest health, drought, pests and diseases; invasive species; prescribed burning and wildfire protection; water resources and environmental issues; wildlife; as well as available state and federal grants and programs. Articles and photographs are contributed by AFC employees and other forestry or natural resources professionals. The current circulation is over 14,000.

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Fall/Winter 2011

- "He Restoreth My Soul"
- First Cases of Laurel Wilt Disease Confirmed in Alabama
- AFC 2013 Budget Fact Sheet
- Changing Timberland Ownership Bringing Unknowns to Industry, State Economies
- Recommendations for Ice-Damaged Trees
- Hidden TREASURE: Check Stephens "Christmas TREESURE"
- Hogs Gone Wild: Controlling Feral Hogs
- Quick Guide to Firewise Shrubs
- Hack & Squirt: A Poor Man's Way to Improve His Forest
- TREASURE Forest Memorial: Bobby Allen Bearden
- One Picture at a Time
- Forest Roads
- Veterans Take a "Walk in the Forest" at a Clay County TREASURE Forest
- Seedling Sources for Landowners
- Why Do Some Bare-root Seedlings Die?
- Directory of Alabama Forestry Commission County Offices
- Trees of Alabama: Red Bay
 2011 Fall/Winter TREASURED Forests Magazine
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Summer 2011

- A Labor of Love
- Restoring North Alabama’s Storm-Battered Urban Forest
- In the Aftermath of the Storms: Claiming a Timber Casualty Loss
- The State of Alabama vs. Cogongrass
- Forest Health Update
- Alabama Public Land: The Lands Nobody Wanted
- Timber Dogs: A forest owner’s Best Friend
- Using Pesticides Safely
- Hardwood Corner: Recent Events
- Wildlife-Attracting Chinese Chestnuts Debut on Market This Fall
- All-Terrain Vehicles Blessing or Curse
- ATV Safety
- Conducting a Simple Timber Inventory
- Trees of Alabama: Flowering Dogwood
 2011 Summer TREASURED Forests Magazine
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Spring 2011

- Couple Create Preserve for Future Generations
- Jeepers Creepers... The Bugs are Coming!
- Another Bark Beetle Takes Center Stage
- North Alabama Hardwoods Knocked for a Loop Again
- Should You Use a Trust or a Will for Your Estate Plan? Part 2
- Bringing Longleaf Pine Forests Back to Alabama through Longleaf Initiative
- Managing our Streamside Management Zones (SMZs)
- Stewardship Showcased in Regional Events
- Wild Turkey Management
- Open Areas Important for Turkeys
- Warm Season Food Plantings for Deer
- Know Your Boundaries
- Why Do We Have Fire Laws?
- Threatened & Endangered Species: Protecting the Red Hills Salamander
- Updated Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2010 Tax Year
- Trees of Alabama: Allegheny Chinquapin
 2011 Spring TREASURED Forests Magazine
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