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Veishea: April 12, 2003, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Veishea: April 12, 2003, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Spring Picnic, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Spring Picnic, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Faculty & Staff At The Spring 2003 Wild Game Banquet, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Faculty & Staff At The Spring 2003 Wild Game Banquet, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Graduate Students, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Graduate Students, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


A Day In The Life, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

A Day In The Life, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Ames Forester Staff, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Ames Forester Staff, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

The Ames Forester Staff would like to thank everyone for their support of this year’s publication. We wish you the best in everything you do and encourage you to share your many adventures and discoveries with the newly expanding NREM family in the years to come. Thank you!


Feature Articles, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Feature Articles, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

Out Among the Big Things


The Crook Comes Clean, Dale Crock Jan 2003

The Crook Comes Clean, Dale Crock

Ames Forester

The following confession was sent via email to various Forestry Club members and Dr. Colletti, Forestry Club advisor, in March of 2003. The names and dates have not been changed, as the defendant is 100% guilty as charged.


Letters From Guatemala, Matt Boisen Jan 2003

Letters From Guatemala, Matt Boisen

Ames Forester

Matt Boisen, (B.S. Fall '01) shares his adventures as a Peace Corps Volunteer


Fall Forestry Camp 2002, Andy Bartlett Jan 2003

Fall Forestry Camp 2002, Andy Bartlett

Ames Forester

Every year Fall Forestry camp provides a great opportunity for students to gain experience in the forestry field by stepping out of the classroom and into the outdoors. It also allows ISU foresters to develop an understanding for the family-like nature of one of the oldest forestry programs in the nation. This year was no different. Fall Camp 2002 was a huge success. We learned a lot and had a great time. We gained knowledge and experience that will not only carry through our years at Iowa State, but into our professional careers as well.


Saf National Convention, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Saf National Convention, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

This year's Society of American Foresters National Convention was held in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Six ISU forestry students attended from October 5-9, including Scott Dowling, Matt Latiolais, Mike McCauley, Megan Sweeney, Nicky Webb, and Spencer Wicks. After landing in Greensboro, NC, a new friend of ISU forestry was discovered. Waiting for his own flight was none other than Richard Simmons! The crazy, frizzy-haired, spandex-clad little man was filled with just as much energy as When he’s “sweatin' to the oldies", or on the Late Show with David Letterman. He organized the picture above and proceeded to give the ...


Saf Groundhog Day Racquetball Tournament, Lydia Brawner Jan 2003

Saf Groundhog Day Racquetball Tournament, Lydia Brawner

Ames Forester

The Society of American Foresters held the first annual Groundhog Day racquetball tournament on February 2nd at Beyer Hall. Despite the bad news that Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow (a sure sign of six more weeks of winter), a considerable amount of talent was displayed as each player went head-to-head for the championship. The whole tournament lasted four hours and many beads of sweat were shed.


Saf Legislative Breakfast, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Saf Legislative Breakfast, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Club Bessey, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Club Bessey, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

So much fun we never leave


Midwest Urban Tree Care Forum April 4-6 2003, Derek Mercer Jan 2003

Midwest Urban Tree Care Forum April 4-6 2003, Derek Mercer

Ames Forester

The 1st annual Midwest Urban Tree Care Forum was held in Chicago, IL and surrounding suburbs in early April of2003. This forum was an opportunity for students, teachers, practicing arborists, and urban foresters from all over the Midwest to come together and discuss the state of urban tree care. Despite unseasonably cold weather and lots of rain, we traveled to over 14 different sites and listened to over 20 different speakers all around Chicagoland during this three-day period. ISU attendees included Rex Johnson, Derek Mercer, Andrea Frost, and Dr. Jan Thompson. The forum presented countless networking opportunities, and it would ...


Current Forestry Students & Nrem Graduates, Breton Bailey Jan 2003

Current Forestry Students & Nrem Graduates, Breton Bailey

Ames Forester

Opportunity


Camp Classes, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Camp Classes, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Convocation, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Convocation, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Faculty & Staff, J. A. Larsen Jan 2003

Faculty & Staff, J. A. Larsen

Ames Forester

The Forest Ranger


Smokey On Campus, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Smokey On Campus, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Nrem, Michael J. Kelly Jan 2003

Nrem, Michael J. Kelly

Ames Forester

Where did we come from, Where are we going, How do we compare, and How do we get to the next level?


Society Of American Foresters Isu Student Chapter, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Society Of American Foresters Isu Student Chapter, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

The Society of American Foresters is a non-profit Organization for Professional foresters in the United States. SAF’s mission is to advance education and technology, to establish professional excellence, and to guarantee continued health and use of forest ecosystems.


Saf Habitat For Humanity, James Mcfarland Jan 2003

Saf Habitat For Humanity, James Mcfarland

Ames Forester

On September 7, 2002, a group of ISU SAF students along with Dr. Jungst, Dr. Thompson, and other volunteers, assisted in putting the finishing touches on two newly finished Habitat for Humanity homes located on the north side of Ames. The mission: plant trees and shrubs around the houses to help them look as ‘not-brand-new’ as possible.


Ames Forester Vol. 78, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Ames Forester Vol. 78, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

Published Annually by the Ames Forestry Club


2nd Annual Ames Forester Pool Tourney, Charlie Litchfield Jan 2003

2nd Annual Ames Forester Pool Tourney, Charlie Litchfield

Ames Forester

On Friday November 15th the Ames Forester Staff held its second annual billiards tournament, at the Memorial Union Recreation Center. The main goal of this event was to generate funds, which would be used mostly towards the production of this year's Forester. Viewed as a large success, the tournament hosted around 50 participants who helped the Forester raise roughly 200 dollars. Thanks to many local Ames area businesses, participants had the opportunity to receive door prizes, which were distributed randomly throughout the night. Prizes were also awarded to the champions of both the doubles and singles brackets.


Christmas Tree Sales, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Christmas Tree Sales, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Patrons Of The 2003 Ames Forester, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Patrons Of The 2003 Ames Forester, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.


Relay For Life: A Team Event To Fight Cancer, Ames Forestry Club Jan 2003

Relay For Life: A Team Event To Fight Cancer, Ames Forestry Club

Ames Forester

On Sunday February 23rd people from all over Story County teamed up to participate in the annual Relay For Life fundraiser, with the main goal of generating funds which could be used for research, advocacy, education, and patient services with respect to cancer. This event ran from7 in the morning to roughly 2:30 in the afternoon, consisting of opening ceremonies, the relays themselves, and a wide variety of entertainment, which carried on throughout the day.


Fps Midwest Section Meeting, Tami Skadeland, Matthew Secl Jan 2003

Fps Midwest Section Meeting, Tami Skadeland, Matthew Secl

Ames Forester

The Midwest Section fall meeting was held at the USDA Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin, on November 4, 2002. Five speakers presented information about Quality Control Certification of products. Section Trustee Jim Vogt organized the meeting.


Student Activities, Edgar A. Guest Jan 2003

Student Activities, Edgar A. Guest

Ames Forester

No abstract provided.