Forestry Product and Book Reviews
What Tree is That?
Review of a 164-page illustrated key and guide designed to identify comon trees in North America.
Review of Stikky Trees from Laurence Holt Books. A best book for the beginner
Review: America's Famous and Historic Trees
Review of Jeffrey Meyer's book America's Famous and Historic Trees
Review: Forever Green - The History and Hope of the American Forest
Review of Chuck Leavell's book Forever Green - The History and Hope of the American Forest
Native Trees for North American Landscapes
North American trees are individually reviewed providing a wealth of information including range, seasonal and physiological descriptions. Each tree's habitat and associated assets and problems are discussed. I love the final comments which share some of the most interesting "facts" on each tree. One of my top three reference books
Review: The Greatest Good, 100 Years of Forestry in America
A perfect blend of written forestry information and pictures to keep you entertained. National Woodland Owners Association's Best Forestry Book of 2001
Book Review: The Greatest Good, 100 Years of Forestry
This is just the right book to easily take you through a history of 20th Century forestry in the United States. It has the perfect blend of written information and pictures to keep you entertained. National Woodland Owners Association's Best Forestry Book of 2001
CD/Book Review: Chuck Leavell's Forever Green and Blue
Blues pianist and Rolling Stone band member, Chuck Leavell writes a forestry book and dedicates a solo album to trees...
Book Review: Tree Basics
The preeminent expert on tree physiology, Dr. Alex Shigo, has written this simple 40-page book for people who enjoy and manage trees. Learn the complex and fascinating mysteries of how a tree works.
Book Review: Christmas Trees - Growing and Selling
The definitive book on growing and selling Christmas trees, wreaths, and greens.
Software Review: Topo USA Version 3.0 - CD ROM
"Several foresters bragged so much on a mapping package called TopoUSA that I had to get a copy. They insisted this digital topographic mapping package is the best available for the money."
Book Review: The Urban Tree Book
"Arthur Plotnik, in consultation with The Morton Arboretum, brings the tree lover a different kind of tree identification book - a book that brilliantly transcends traditional and oftentimes dry tree texts."
Book Review: Young Men and Fire
Award winning author Norman Maclean spends the last 14 years of his life obsessed with rooting out the truth behind the Mann Gulch fire disaster.
Book Review: Opportunities in Forestry Careers
This book's 146 pages are packed with information designed to provide just the edge in your quest to find a job in forestry.
Book Review: National Audubon Society Tree Field Guides
This book is easy to use by anyone who is generally familiar with tree identification. It is a product of the United States Forest Service's Chief Dendrologist and tree identification expert.