Tree Stories The Forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Tree Stories  The Forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

A guide to the forests and trees of GSMNP

A Naturalist''s Guide to Understanding and Identifying Southern Appalachian Forest Types.

Forest manager & environmental educator with the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.

I have spent 26 years interpreting forest research for non-scientists interested in learning more about the forests of the Southeastern United States.

The Story of the Chestnut Blight in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, River Cove Forest

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Acid Cove-Hemlock Forest

Using Topographic Terrain Maps For Hiking in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Classic Cove Hardwood Forest

University of Georgia Tree ID Sessions with Dan

Identifying Major Trees of the Southern U.S.

Book Review of The Forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Book Review of The Forests of Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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University of Georgia Tree ID Sessions with Dan

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The major Southern trees with opposite leaves are: Maples, Ashes, Dogwoods, Buckeyes, Catalpa, Paulownia The following acromonic may help you remember this group: MAD Dogs and Buckeyed Cats named Paul Maples Red Maple: Red maple leaves have teeth.  This is the most common maple in America Silver Maple: Silver maple leaves have teeth and are [...]

As a kid growing up in suburban Atlanta, I fell under the spell of trees and forests early. Our first house, a tiny post World War II asbestos sheathed cottage was luckily situated across the street from a park. A small park with big trees! A sparkling creek wound its way through this grove of [...]