eNTS Magazine October 2011

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eNTS Magazine October 2011

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eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society
Volume 1, Number 10, October 2011

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

A Nice Hawthorn, OH by Steve Galehouse 6
New 2011 big trees of Pa is available for $15 by edfrank 6
Stienmuller-Smith Oak, LA by Larry Tucei 7
Bedford Reservation, Cuyahoga County, OH by Steve Galehouse 7
Lee Young Oak Live Oak, LA by Larry Tucei 9
Hello everyone! by hamadryad 10
Mycology and body languages? by hamadryad 10
Re: mycology and body languages? by Steve Galehouse 10
Some Bryant Woods, MA Fungi byRobert Leverett 12
Fungi in Reynoldsville, PA by Edward Frank 14
Google Ngram of "tuliptree" by Steve Galehouse 16
Re: Saving Ethiopia’s “Church Forests” by Edward Frank 16
Fall Hike, NH 2011 by adam.rosen 17
Large American chestnut at Sheldon Marsh, OH by Steve Galehouse 19
#9) Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by hamadryad 20
#10) Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by Edward Frank 20
#11) Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by Will Blozan 20
#12) Re: What Projects Are You Working On? by Edward Frank 21
Angel Oak, October 2011 by bbeduhn 21
New here by Maarten Windemuller 22
What kind of shrub and tree? by Jenny Dudley 23
Comments about our webpage on Children and Teens by Donna Knowlten 23
Tall trees in Sächsische Schweiz National Park, Germany Oct 2011 by Kouta Räsänen 24
Re: Tall trees in Sächsische Schweiz National Park, Germany by Robert Leverett 24
Re: Tall trees in Sächsische Schweiz National Park, Germany by Gaines McMartin 24
Live Oaks at Bonaventure Cemetary, GA - Gallery photos by Randy Cyr 25
Live Oaks on the Beach at Jekyll Island, GA photo gallery by Randy Cyr 26
Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, WA Gallery by Randy Cyr 26
Central Park Fall Migration ( trees!!) by Jenny Dudley 27
Re: Tracey Ridge Chestnuts by Rand Brown 27
Planned Daytime Activities on October 15, 2011 30
The 7th Annual Forest Summit Poster 30
Audubon Zoo New Orleans La Live Oaks by Larry Tucei 31
Swiss Tree hunter Michel Brunner 33
Re: External Baseline Method by Robert Leverett 33
Measuring Low Branching Trees: (Destrehan Plantation Live Oaks, LA) by Elijah Whitcomb 34
Re: Measuring Low Branching Trees (Destrehan Plantation Live Oaks, LA) by Larry Tucei 34
Dancing woolly aphids, OH by Steve Galehouse 35
Big Live Oak of Yesteryear, LA by Larry Tucei 36
Photo Competition Entry Critiques? by Jenny Dudley 36
Hemenway State Forest New Hampshire Ramble 10/8/2011 by Ray Caron 37
Acer Aspire One Netbook for Fieldwork by Edward Frank 40
Preserving banana trunk cross sections? by Cat Olin 44
Asian LongHorned Beetles by Bill Skvarla 45
Bacon Woods & Vermilion River, OH by Steve Galehouse 46
NYBG Hosts "The Future of Forests" by Jenny Dudley 49
Kyle Lake, PA Fall Foliage by Edwrad Frank 49
Kinzua Bridge State Park, PA by Edward Frank 51
Hillside near Falls Creek, PA Fall Foliage by Edward Frank 55
Collaborative tree mapping by Jean Weber 57
Northern California redwoods visit by AndrewJoslin 58
Re: Northern California redwoods visit by AndrewJoslin 60
Re: Northern California redwoods visit by M. D. Vaden 60
Live Oaks of Beauvoir, MS by Larry Tucei 62
New member by Pinecrest 64
Dolly Sods Wilderness, WV by James Robert Smith 64
Re: Dolly Sods Wilderness by jamesrobertsmith 65
ATG Climbs & Confirms Tallest Ponderosa. New Tall Sugar Pine by M.W.Taylor 66
Re: ATG Climbs & Confirms Tallest Ponderosa. New Tall Sugar by mdvaden 70
Re: ATG Climbs & Confirms Tallest Ponderosa. New Tall Sugar by M.W.Taylor 72
New TV Broadcast Confirms Tallest Pine Actually 268.29' by M.W.Taylor 72
Re: Tallest pine actu268.29 ft confirmed by AF by M D Vaden 72
Re: Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Rand Brown 73
Fall Colors, October 11-14 2011, West Virginia by James Robert Smith 75
Osage Orange, WV by James Robert Smith 76
The 7th Annual Forest Summit Presenters 77
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit, Events of October 11th by Robert Leverett 85
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit, Events of October 12th by Robert Leverett 87
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summi, Events of October 13th and 14th by Robert Leverett 89
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit, Events of October 15th by Robert Leverett 89
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit by AndrewJoslin 92
Netted Stinkhorn mushrooms by AndrewJoslin 93
ENTS Evening of Music, Poetry and Prose 10/15 by Monica Jakuc Leverett 96
Re: ENTS Evening of Music, Poetry and Prose 10/15 by AndrewJoslin 96
Re: ENTS Evening of Music, Poetry and Prose 10/15 by tomhoward 96
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit, Events of October 16, 2011 by Robert Leverett 97
Re: The 7th Annual Forest Summit by tomhoward 98
Re: Partitioning Diversity (Conference) by pauljost 100
Re: Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Rand Brown 101
Re: Pagami Creek Fire, Minnesota by Lee Frelich 101
Chernobyl's de facto Wilderness Area by Kirk Johnson 102
Laser beam viewing aid by Paul Jost 102
Re: Laser beam viewing aid by M.W.Taylor 103
Oak hybrid opinion solicited by Turner Sharp 103
Spring Street Park, MA by Sam Goodwin 103
Eastern NY Sites by Tom Howard 104
Boston Run, CVNP, OH by Steve Galehouse 104
Road trip, Ct/RI by Sam Goodwin 105
2 Giant Sequoias Fall at Trail of 100 Giants 108
Re: Eldorado National Forest in the The Sierra Nevada by Don bertolette 108
Re: Eldorado National Forest in the The Sierra Nevada by M.W.Taylor 109
Updated Live Oak Project Listing by Larry Tucei 111
Northern Lights by Larry Tucei 111
Fall Hike, VT 2011 by Adam Rosen 111
Re: Fall Hike, VT 2011 by Larry Baum 113
Houmas House Plantation South Louisiana by Larry Tucei 113
Hermitage Plantation South Louisiana by Larry Tucei 116
Savoy Mountain pine, MA by John Eicholz 118
Re: Savoy Mountain pine, MA by John Eicholz 119
Re: Savoy Mountain pine, MA by Robert Leverett 121
Sigurd, Grandfather, and Thoreau Pine, MSF, MA 121
Lidar + Spectrometer by Rand Brown 130
Augusta-Anne Olsen State Nature Preserve by Steve Galehouse 132
Re: Augusta-Anne Olsen State Nature Preserve by Steve Galehouse 133
Another odd-looking oak, OH by Steve Galehouse 134
Re: Another odd-looking oak by Steve Galehouse 135
Re: External Baseline Method by Robert Leverett 135
Re: Sigurd, Grandfather, and Thoreau by Robert Leverett 136
Sylvia Plath and Trees by Tom Howard 136
Renaissance paintings including images of trees by Edward Frank 137
Dating Yews - Could this Lamberhurst tree be the oldest in the country?
by Jeroen Philippona 139
Tamassee Knob, SC by James Loftis 139
O'Neill Woods, OH revisit by Steve Galehouse 140
Whirlwind Trip to Great Smokies by James Robert Smith 141
Who Has Posted the Most on the BBS? by Edward Frank 142
Re: Sigurd, Grandfather, and Thoreau by AndrewJoslin 142
North Syracuse Cemetery Oak Grove 10/30/2011 by Tom Howard 143
External Links 144
About: eNTS: The Magazine of the Native Tree Society 146

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Re: eNTS Magazine October 2011 Available for download

Post by dbhguru » Sat Nov 05, 2011 2:53 pm

Ed,

What can we say, but thank you. The effort you are making to showcase what we do and to capture our activities as we go through each month is a service that deserves a place on the world stage. In so far as trees are concerned, I doubt there is another publication like this one on the planet. It is overwhelming to see the posts all stitched together. As I went from page to page, the stream of colorful images and fascinating articles just continued and continued.

ENTS has always been a cool organization, but long ago we graduated to the way cool stage. Then we went to interplanetary cool, followed by intergalactic cool. Now We're COSMIC COOL! You da man, Ed.

Bob
Robert T. Leverett
Co-founder, Native Native Tree Society
Co-founder and President
Friends of Mohawk Trail State Forest
Co-founder, National Cadre

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