Hello everyone! The winter issue of the magazine is now available online, and here's a preview of some of what you can find there:
Every Tree Tells a Story
The Cultural Landscape Foundation's recent Landslide initiative showcased 12 ecologically and culturally significant tree sites, all of which face serious threats. Is there one near you?
Forests For Fish
by Sheila Pell
What do trees have to do with saving the endangered Coho salmon? Quite a lot! Read about the efforts in Marin County, CA to protect these fish.
by Carrie Madren
Foreign plant species have been a sneaky invader over the years, coming into our yards and forests under many guises and slowly taking over. Now in many places they are threatening the survival of native species, and drastically changing the ecosystems. Learn what's being done to take back our forests and reestablish our native species.
by Miranda Spencer
What's green and can feed an entire neighborhood? Urban orchards. Read about the newest trend that's combining the "live green" and "eat local" movements in Philadelphia and other cities.
Hungarian Global ReLeaf
by Gyorgy Pal Gado
Did you know that American Forests has been planting trees in forests around the world for 20 years now? Learn more about the first Global ReLeaf International projects, and how they paved the way for conservation trends and programs in Hungary.
You can read all these articles and more in the Winter 2011 issue of American Forests magazine at http://www.americanforests.org/productsandpubs/magazine/archives/2011_Winter/index.php