American Forests

The objectives of American Forests, publisher of American Forests magazine, are to help people plant and care for trees for ecosystem restoration and healthier communities.

Articles from Vol. 106, No. 1, Spring

American Forests' First-Ever Big Tree Photo Contest
The assignment was to depict big trees-in their environment; as they related to people, or just showing their grandeurand we were impressed by the range of interpretations we saw as AMERICAn FORESTS hosted its first-ever Big Trees photo contest. Photographers...
A Star's Star Attraction
What comes to mind when you think of Clint Eastwood? Dirty Harry, probably. Maybe a scene from "Play Misty for Me" or "The Outlaw Josie Wales." What about a man who once worked as a logger and who carries a lifelong knee injury from a load of logs that...
Champ on the Move
They're planning a new arts center for Purdue University and from all accounts it sounds like a pretty impressive place. But we're even more impressed by what's happening there before construction begins. Rather than destroy the national co-champion...
Europe's Trees Battered
It should have been a regular trip. But when Parisian train conductor Jean Michel Gauthier felt his train shaking furiously as it made its way along the tracks, he knew right away "something big was happening." "I had to stop because I saw roofs and...
Letters
editor: is a family forest owner in California, I read the Winter 2000 issue with great interest. But I wonder about the considerable amount of whining in Jane Braxton lIttle's article ("Family Forests: Loving Care, Heavy Burdens" ). In California the...
Witness Trees from Berkeley Plantation and the Moon
Have you ever walked beneath the whispering boughs of a towering tree and wondered at the history it has see ? If trees could talk, they would tell of chance encounters that changed lives; log cabins where settlers grew families, fiery speeches that...
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