Across the Landscape

Below are stories have have been (or will be) featured in the Forest Stewards Guild's e-newsletter Across the Landscape.

A Career Highlight of Guild Member Michael T. Mangum

Mangum in nomex Written by Michael T. Mangum  I retired April 1, 2024 after 47 years (1977-2024) of ...

Guild Student Members Teach Forestry at Camp O’Rear

Written by Lilly Roehrig, University of Alabama As we followed a school bus into the valley of Camp ...

Silviculture of Old-Growth Restoration in the Lake States

Written by Greg Edge, Wisconsin DNR Forest Ecologist/Silviculturist Photos by Wisconsin DNR The recent Mature and Old-Growth Summit ...
Photo of Jose's Forest Stewards Youth Corps Crew in 2021.

Through Fire Nature Is Reborn, youth crew blog entry

Written by Jose Ramirez  Jose's Forest Stewards Youth Corps Crew in 2021. Through hardships to the stars, nothing ...
All Hands All Lands pile burns in 2023

Breaking Boundaries, youth crew blog entry

Written by Javier Araiza-Cordova Javier's Forest Stewards Youth Corps Espanola crew in 2022 My name is Javier Araiza-Cordova ...
Joe Roy discusses wildlife opportunities in beech stands

Managing Beech for Resiliency to Pests and Pathogens at the Wildlands

Written by Paulina Murray, Holt Research Forest Fellow. Photos by Logan Johnson, Maine TREE Foundation unless otherwise noted. ...