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The Journal of Forestry is the most widely circulated scholarly forestry journal in the world. In print since 1902, the Journal has received several national awards for excellence. The mission of the Journal of Forestry is to advance the profession of forestry by keeping forest management professionals informed about significant developments and ideas in the many facets of forestry: economics, education and communication, entomology and pathology, fire, forest ecology, geospatial technologies, history, international forestry, measurements, policy, recreation, silviculture, social sciences, soils and hydrology, urban and community forestry, utilization and engineering, and wildlife management. The Journal is published bimonthly: January, March, May, July, September, and November.

2016 Impact Factor: 1.675 (Rank 20/64 in forestry)

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Publisher: Society of American Foresters

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Volume 115, Number 5, 25 September 2017

Introduction

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Tribal Forests and Management

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Returning Fire to the Land: Celebrating Traditional Knowledge and Fire
pp. 343-353(11)
Authors: Lake, Frank K.; Wright, Vita; Morgan, Penelope; McFadzen, Mary; McWethy, Dave; Stevens-Rumann, Camille

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Our Nation's Forests Need America's First Stewards
pp. 354-361(8)
Authors: Morishima, Gary S.; Mason, Larry

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Our Trust Walk Continues: Steps Removing the Gridlock
pp. 362-363(2)
Author: Motanic, Donald

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Indian Forests and Forestry: Can They Play a Larger Role in Sustainable Forest Management?
pp. 364-365(2)
Authors: Sessions, John; Gordon, John; Rigdon, Philip; Motanic, Donald; Corrao, Vincent

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Menominee Forestry: Past, Present, Future
pp. 366-369(4)
Authors: Mausel, David L.; Waupochick, Anthony; Pecore, Marshall

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The Perceived Value of Native American Wooden Gift Products with or without a Certification Label by Groups of Potential Customers
pp. 370-378(9)
Authors: Sasatani, Daisuke; Eastin, Ivan L.; Ganguly, Indroneil; Smith, Clarence A.

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Silviculture and Forest Management

Dwarf Mistletoe Control on the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, New Mexico
pp. 379-384(6)
Authors: Hoyt, Howard M.; Hornsby, William; Huang, Ching-Hsun; Jacobs, James J.; Mathiasen, Robert L.

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Promoting Red Elm (Ulmus rubra Muhl.) Germination with Gibberellic Acid
pp. 393-396(4)
Authors: Barden, Charles J.; Boyer, Cheryl R.; Morales, Brenda M.; Fisher, Lillian

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A Nutrition-Based Approach for Elk Habitat Management on Intensively Managed Forestlands
pp. 406-415(10)
Authors: Vales, David J.; Middleton, Michael P.; McDaniel, Mike

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Group Opening Outcomes, Sustainable Forest Management, and the Menominee Nation Lands
pp. 416-424(9)
Authors: Kern, Christel C.; Schoelch, Manfred; Crocker, Paul; Fellman, Dean; Marsh, Angela; Mausel, David; Pecore, Marshall; Phillippi, Joseph; Waukau, Ronald; Waupochick, Anthony

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Cultural Keystone Species Management

A Mono Harvest of California Black Oak Acorns
pp. 425-425(1)
Authors: Long, Jonathan W.; Goode, Ron W.

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Managing California Black Oak for Tribal Ecocultural Restoration
pp. 426-434(9)
Authors: Long, Jonathan W.; Goode, Ron W.; Gutteriez, Raymond J.; Lackey, Jessica J.; Anderson, M. Kat

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The Precarious State of a Cultural Keystone Species: Tribal and Biological Assessments of the Role and Future of Black Ash
pp. 435-446(12)
Authors: Costanza, Kara K.L.; Livingston, William H.; Kashian, Daniel M.; Slesak, Robert A.; Tardif, Jacques C.; Dech, Jeffrey P.; Diamond, Allaire K.; Daigle, John J.; Ranco, Darren J.; Neptune, Jennifer S.; Benedict, Les; Fraver, Shawn R.; Reinikainen, Michael; Siegert, Nathan W.

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Collaboration and Partnership

Klamath Tribes: Managing Their Homeland Forests in Partnership with the USDA Forest Service
pp. 447-455(9)
Authors: Hatcher, Will; Rondeau, Steven; Johnson, Debora L.; Johnson, K. Norman; Franklin, Jerry F.

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Lessons from a Programmatic Agreement and Heritage-Based Consultations between Tribes and the National Forests of Arkansas and Oklahoma
pp. 458-467(10)
Authors: Jurney, David H.; Bragg, Don C.; Coleman, Roger E.; Gonzalez, Bobby

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Working across Cultures to Protect Native American Natural and Cultural Resources from Invasive Species in California
pp. 473-479(7)
Authors: Alexander, Janice M.; Frankel, Susan J.; Hapner, Nina; Phillips, John L.; Dupuis, Virgil

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Education

Tribal Lands Provide Forest Management Laboratory for Mainstream University Students
pp. 484-490(7)
Authors: Hoagland, Serra J.; Miller, Ronald; Waring, Kristen M.; Carroll, Orlando

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Native American Student Perspectives of Challenges in Natural Resource Higher Education
pp. 491-497(7)
Authors: Gervais, Breanna K.; Voirin, Chase R.; Beatty, Chris; Bulltail, Grace; Cowherd, Stephanie; Defrance, Shawn; Dorame, Breana; Gutteriez, Raymond; Lackey, Jessica; Lupe, Candy; Negrette, April B.; Robbins Sherman, Natalya C.; Swaney, Ruth; Tso, Kevin; Victor, Marvin; Wilson, Royale; Yazzie, Kimberly; Long, Jonathan W.; Hoagland, Serra J.

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