Michael Hagen mhagen at
Tue Mar 3 13:28:45 EST 1998

The rest of us have to get out of the office daily but Joe, you must be doing
this 24 hrs a day! Or have you been canning your responses for the last few

Joseph Zorzin wrote:
> To those interested in forestry on planet Earth via the internet's
> forestry newsgroups, bionet.agroforestry and alt.forestry.
> So, our daily readings in these groups start off with the East coast
> boys and girls with sophisticated attacks on the establishment by Der
> Forestmeister, then the vigorous defense by the world's most
> sophisticated and advanced "establishment forester" alias Steve Nix of
> Alabama.
> Then as the sun moves to the west, we hear from our midwest contingent
> of woodsmen and landowners often with less politics and real nitty
> gritty "how to do it" discussion- in good midwestern Teutonic
> practicality.
> Shortly thereafter, the Texan Ranger joins in the fray with witicism
> wearing his six shooter with that bottle of Scotch in his back pocket.
> <G>
> Then we hear from the West coast boys and their problems in redwood and
> Doug Fir country. Will the mountains all erode to the sea?
> Either before or after all of the above, we hear from Scotsman, Nick
> Ananin- representing the Eastern hemisphere and old world
> sophistication.
> We are having fun here, the crem-de-la crem of the forestry world.
> McCluhan's "global village".
> But, where are the other 20,000 foresters and millions of landowners and
> countless forestry bureaucrats on the planet? Let's hear from you! This
> is the "happening place". This is the revolution! If you're not here,
> you're not "with it". <G>
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> Massachusetts"
> "Earth's only online forestry journal containing essays from the cutting
> edge- no pun intended"

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