Publications Written by Mark

  1. Accomplishing Forest Stewardship with Hand-Applied Herbicides
  2. Bats
  3. Black Bear
  4. Bobwhite Quail
  5. Building Songbird Boxes
  6. City Tree Inventory: The Experience of a Small Town
  7. Construction and Tree Protection
  8. Cottontail Rabbit
  9. Eastern Gray Squirrel
  10. Endangered Species
  11. Enrolling in North Carolina’s Forest Stewardship Program
  12. Federal Income Taxes for Timber Growers
  13. Federal and State Gift and Estate Taxes
  14. Forest Health—Community Wealth: A Landowner’s Guide for Enhancing Forests in Western North Carolina
  15. Forest Land Enhancement Practices for North Carolina
  16. Forest Stewardship: Planning for Beauty and Diversity
  17. Herbaceous Plants for Wildlife
  18. How do You Own Your Property?
  19. Hummingbirds and Butterflies
  20. Land Ownership, Liability, and the Law in North Carolina
  21. Low-Cost Habitat Improvements
  22. Maintaining Forest Property Boundaries
  23. Management by Objectives: Successful Forest Planning
  24. Managing Beaver Ponds
  25. Managing Edges for Wildlife
  26. Mourning Dove
  27. North Carolina’s Forestry Present-Use Valuation (PUV) Property Tax Program
  28. Owls
  29. Planting Your New Stewardship Forest
  30. Pools for Amphibians
  31. Practicing Forestry Under Local Regulations
  32. Producing Longleaf Pine Straw
  33. Pruning Woodland Trees
  34. Raccoon
  35. Recreational Forest Trails: Plan for Success
  36. Ruffed Grouse
  37. Snags and Downed Logs
  38. Songbirds
  39. Understanding Forestry Terms: A Glossary for Private Landowners
  40. Using Fire to Improve Wildlife Habitat
  41. Voluntary Conservation Options for Land Protection in North Carolina
  42. Where there is a Will, there is a Way
  43. White-Tailed Deer
  44. Wild Turkey
  45. Wildlife Terms
  46. Wildlife and Forest Stewardship
  47. Wood Duck
  48. Woodland Wildlife Nest Boxes
  49. Your Estate Plan—Where to Begin?
  50. Zoning and Land Use Regulation of Forestry