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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 2013

- Wildlife Welcome Here: Barton Ridge
- Alabama TREASURE Forest Joins Alabama Farmers Federation
- Laurel Wilt Disease Confirmed on Trees in Greene County
- The True Costs of Living in the Forest
- Memorial: Cecil Owen Tanner
- Volunteer Group Formed at Geneva State Forest
- Foxes in the Wildland Urban Interface
- Hardwood Corner: Hardwood Stands
- Tracking Those Other Forest Products
- From the Stump to the Woodworking Shop
- Burning Issues
- Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2013 Tax Year
- In Their Own Words: Letters to the AFC
- Announcement: ANRC Outreach Symposium & Awards Banquet
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Summer 2013

- A Family Affair: The Jones Farm in Paint Rock Valley
- Meet Ember, the Newest Canine in the AFC’s "Arson Dog" Program
- Longleaf Rehab in Section 16: The Story of Baldwin State Forest
- Tell Us What You Think!
- Champion Trees for 2013
- Field Day Educates & Inspires Landowners
- Managing Forests for Quail
- Quail Need Wild, Weedy, Wooly Areas
- Weed’em & Reap - AWF Wildlife Seminar
- Enjoying the World "Unplugged"
- Hardwood Corner: Forested Wetland Management
- 4th Graders Explore Ecology & Management at Escambia Experimental Forest
- Cryptic Wildlife
- Jaguarundi - The Otter Cat
- Tree Planting Season is Just Around the Corner - Seedling Sources List
- ANRC Regional Events & Forestry Field Days/ATFA Conference & Tour
- Trees of Alabama: Eastern Hophornbeam
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Spring 2013

- Alabama Certified Prescribed Burn Manager 2013 Training Schedule
- Leaving the Stress Behind
- Two Years and 60,000 Trees Later An Update on the Ala Tree Recovery Campaign
- American Chestnut: Past and Future
- Little Critters — BIG THREAT!
- The Uncertain Future of Hemlocks in Alabama
- Hardwood Corner: Educational Events of the Past Year from Around the State
- Venomous Snakes of Alabama
- Alternative Harvesting for Aesthetics
- Goodbye to a Friend: Gary Fortenberry
- The Virtues of a Portable Sawmill on a Woodlot
- Just an Old Dead Tree
- Honeybee is Important Non-native Species
- Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2012 Tax Year
- Wildlife School for Landowners
- Trees of Alabama: Southern Crab Apple
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