Question to the group, and Gerry.

J. Fiske jfiske at lightlink.com
Mon Jan 26 20:43:14 EST 1998


Most excellent! Go for it! A real live consultant in a position of power (I
can hardly believe it!)

Don Staples wrote:

> Gerry has me almost talked into discussion leader, if accepted by
> sci.bio.net.  My background is in agriculture, and forestry.  Would you,
> gentle reader, accept a dyed in the wool consulting forester as a
> discussion leader?  My interests are in multiple use in the south, and
> am open minded to any possiblity that will increase a landowners
> use/control/pleasure/ownership of their property.  I have no problems
> with comments on fungii, high bush blue berries, cattle, game,
> interplanted species, etc, unless they attack rather than educate.
> Although not a professed "watermellon" like Joeseph, I lean to long term
> uneven aged management, private property rights, and saving the big
> woods, if that is the desire of ALL the people.
>
> This is an excellant group compared to the really crappy groups that are
> out there, I would not want it to die on my account, or die if
> leadership is unavailable.  My understanding is that the base of this
> group of groups is at Stanford, would someone with more degrees be a
> better discussion leader?
>
> There is a very good base of expertise viewing and commenting on this
> group, what say you?
> --
> Don Staples
> UIN 4653335
>
> My Ego Stroke:  http://www.livingston.net/dstaples/






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