|On March 14, 2010 the Eastern Native Tree
Society and Western Native Tree Society switched from
discussion lists on Google Groups to a new discussion
list in a Bulletin Board format at:
Posts made since the inception of the BBS on March 14,
2010 will be sorted and archived on the BBS. Click on
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repository of older posts, and will serve as the host
site for special projects and features that are not well
suited for a BBS format. Please visit the BBS for the
latest information and trip reports.
VT Old Growth Jan 2007
Blackgum Gallery Oct. 2004
Native Tree Society Event, Dec 21, 2004
Sycamore in New Hampshire and Maine Report Nov 2006
Wetland, Woodland, Wildland, A guide to
natural communities in Vermont by Elizabeth H. Thompson and Eric R.
Sorenson. The book does not attach conservation values but it does a
wonderful job of describing the various forest communities and their
The Cape or Lookoff Mountain, in Green Mountain National
Forest (Rutland County): a 285-acre area with old-growth northern
hardwood forest. (Beech, sugar maple, and yellow birch are major
constituents of northern hardwoods.) http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/gmfl/
Vermont's giant old trees impressive as ever - USATODAY.com, 06-08-2003
The Fall Forest: Vermont Tree Society interview by Mitch Wertlieb, Vermont Public Radio.
Vermont Tree Society The Vermont Tree Society exists as a
means of coming together to understand, cherish and sustain the
notable trees of Vermont. http://www.vermonttreesociety.org/
Interview with Loona Brogan: WVPS 107.9,
Burlington, VT, Sounds of Vermont: Trees, Vermont Public Radio