Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society Discussions

2014

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 9, No. 1 &2, Winter and Spring 2014

 

 



2012
  2013

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 7, No. 1, Winter 2012

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 7, No. 2, Spring 2012



Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 8, No. 1-4
2011

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 6, No. 1, Winter 2011

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 6, No. 2&3, Spring and Summer 2011

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 6, No. 4, Fall 2011

2010

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 5, No. 1 &2, Winter & Spring 2010

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 5, No. 3 &4, Summer and Fall 2010

 
2009

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 4, Number 1, Winter 2009

 

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 4, Number 2, Spring 2009 (updated July07, 2009) 

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 4, Number 3, Summer 2009


Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 4, Number 4, Fall 2009
   
2008

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Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 3, Number 1, Winter 2008

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 3, Number 2, Spring 2008

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 3, Number 3, Summer 2008

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 3, Number 4, Fall 2008  
Additional Writings and Essays not included in the Bulletin Issue 2,3 MB pdf

   
2007

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Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 1, Winter 2007

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Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 2, Spring 2007  

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 3, Summer 2007 

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Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 2, Number 4, Fall 2007

   
2006

Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 1, Number 1, Summer 2006

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Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2006

 
     
     
     

 


ENTS,

I second Don's call for materials. When we decided to have an ENTS bulletin and Don volunteered to be its primary editor it was implicit that contributions would be welcomed and used from every corner of ENTS and that that the bulletin would be truly a work of all the members, not just a select few of us who remain stuck on numeric topics. So, dear Ents, please don't be inhibited in offering submissions. We're all equal in the eyes of the trees and I'll bet there are excellent articles floating around in the heads of many of you. For instance, I'd like to see an article by Beth Koebel telling us how she came to join ENTS, her association with trees, and what fires her interest in the Illinois big tree program. I'd like to see an article by Ed Frank telling us what he sees in his crystal ball for the future of ENTS. I'd like to see an article from Russ Richarson explaining how he forges his obviously strong relationship to forests and tress both in a spiritual and an economic sense. I'd like to see an article from Don Bertolette telling us what he learned while working at the Grand Canyon NP and how that has changed his perspective on things. Just tell it like it is big Don. Don't worry about fueling the passions of others. You rob us of great insight fretting over whether of not you're being loyal to the forestry establishment. Make your full contribution as you are supposed to do. I'd like to see an article from Doug Bidlock telling us about his special connection to trees and he he sees his role in ENTS. He obviously has an important one if he chooses to take the path. I'd like to see an article by Ernie Ostunio telling us how he came to be so engrossed in the search for remnant old growth forests and for him to share some of his discovery highlights. I'd like to see an article from Dale Luthringer summarizing for us his years at Cook Forest and tell us what Cook Forest means to him. I'd like to see an article from Lee Frelich recounting his 10 most harrowing experiences. Then in the following issue his second 10. I'd like to see an article from our distinguished President telling us how it feels to climb the East's tallest trees. The list could go on and on and on and should. I've said enough.

Bob Leverett, December 04, 2007

 

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