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Ames Forester: Volume 81, Issue 1

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A TRADITION ENDS: A STUDENTS STORY
( 1994) Brown, Brian ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Yeah, we're going out west, where I belong. Where the girls are pretty and the nights are long ... " Ahh yes, summer camp. Forestry summer camp 1993, the camp to end all camps. Seven credits of lip smacking, hoe down, intellectual fun. It was the summer of the great flood, the big brown one, el agua mucho grande, the rains. It was the summer where Dubuque's dike building would payoff and more southerly cities would suffer for their pettiness. It was the summer that I would spend in Cloquet, Minnesota, getting to know a herd of funky foresters. It was a summer I would not soon forget.

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CHRISTMAS TREE SALES
( 1994) Smith, John ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

The Iowa State Forestry Club again held its annual Christmas tree sales for the 1993 season. It took place at the Horticulture Gardens north of the university powerplant. Despite cold temperatures and the lack of snow, club members eagerly helped patrons with the trees they had picked out. A few faculty members also lent a hand.

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FOREST PRODUCTS SOCIETY
( 1994) Leibold, Dave ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

1993 was another busy year for the Iowa State Chapter of the Forest Products Society. The officers that lead us through the 1993-1994 school year were: President - David Leibold; Vice President - Dave Moore; Treasurer - Chris Birch.

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Ames Forester Vol. 81
( 1994) Iowa State University Digital Repository

Published Annually by the Ames Forestry Club

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SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FORESTES
( 1994) Saunders, Mike ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Several events highlight the 1993-94 school year for the student chapter here at Iowa State University. Last October, three members, Mark Gossman, John Haes, and Karl Arbogast, attended the Iowa Chapter fall meeting in southern Iowa. The theme was forestry and rural development . Although I did not attend, I was told that the meeting and the field trip was fun and quite insightful.

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