Rogues Gallery of (Former) ENTS Members and Associates

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Ishgooda:  A person of Wyandot lineage and native activist who runs the Native News Service. She spoke  at the Second Forest Summit and  explored the thinking of elders in their relationship to the Land.

Randy Cyr - Once and future member

Forestry Images of UGA is using about 500 photos. It is hoped that my photos will add an arborist's viewpoint to their extensive forestry library (50 k?). Maybe I can offer the same to ENTS. Though we do have a few foresters involved with arboriculture, I and my family have been nothing but arborists...we do think differently. So it may take a little while to see where I can fit into this organization and serve it. I am actively involved with 8 organizations. Five of these are forestry organizations. As an arborist, I want to be balanced in my approach to urban arboriculture (even urban forestry takes a forestry approach; arboriculture is a different animal altogether).- RC

Michael Kudish is an author, railroad historian, forester, and retired professor. He received his Ph.D from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse. His dissertation, on the history of Catskill forests, was the beginning of a lifelong study. It was later expanded and published as The Catskill Forest: A History.

As a professor in the Division of Forestry at Paul Smith's College, he has written three books on the vegetation of the Adirondacks, including Adirondack Upland Flora, a number of articles on forest history of both the Catskills and Adirondacks.[1] As a railroad historian, he wrote Where Did The Tracks Go?, an initial description of railroads in the Adirondacks, followed by Railroads of the Adirondacks, for a long time considered the definitive work on the subject. He has retired from Paul Smiths, moved to the Catskills, and is working on a four-volume set on the Mountain Railroads of New York State. It updates RotA in three volumes, and adds a volume covering the Catskills.

Dr. Matt Therrell

Tree Ring Researcher and one of the  founders and initial webmaster of the Eastern Native Tree Society


Brad Burns - New York ENTS Member

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Ron Busch

Holly Post -
New York

Gary Smith - Mississippi

Charles Hinton - TN

ENTS Organization

ENTS People -Alphabetical