Most publications listed below are available through the University of California on-line catalog.
The Combustibility of Landscape Mulches (download - University of Nevada Cooperative Extension)
Ecosystems and Growth
Forest Stewardship Series 3: Forest Ecology (download)
Burned Oaks: Which Ones Will Survive? (download)
Rangelands grazing and fire (download)
How to Grow Your Own Firewood (order)
Forest Stewardship Series 9: Forest Streams (download)
Forest Stewardship Series 8: Forest Wildlife (download)
Forestland Steward Newsletters
Forestland Steward is produced quarterly to improve communication with forestland owners and provide better access for them to technical information that will help them become better land stewards.
|Unprecedented Tree Mortality||
The Summer 2016 Newsletter describes the unprecedented tree mortality occurring in California and suggests strategies for resisting beetles and dealing with dead and dying trees.
The Spring 2016 Newsletter celebrates two decade of thoughtful forest stewardship by reviewing the content of previous newsletters and looking to the future.
|Post fire: Now what||
The Fall 2015/Winter 2016 issue of Forestland Steward is more than a how-to for landowners in the burn areas. It can also help those whose forests are still intact anticipate some of the issues that may affect you in the future
|Forests: part of the climate solution||
This edition of the Forestland Steward FALL 2014/winter 2015 explores climate change and carbon in forests.
|Another year of drought||
This Summer 2014 issue of the Forestland Steward examines impacts of the drought on California forestland.
|Forestry Assistance for Landowners||
This winter and spring 2014 issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter explores the current landowner assistance programs available.
|Fungi in the Forest||
This Fall 2013 issue of Forestland Steward examines the role of fungi in forest management.
|California’s native landscape||
This summer 2013 issue of Forestland Steward explores chaparral vegetation in California.
This spring 2013 issue of the Forestland Stewardship newsletter looks at prescribed fire: an important management tool.
|Forest Regeneration Starts with the Seeds||
This winter 2013 issue of Forestland Steward describes the state of forest regeneration and planting stock in California.
|Fire Adapted Communities||
This Fall 2012 issue of Forestland Steward examines the need for fire adapted communities.
|Managing Your Forest in Changing Times||
This summer 2012 issue of Forestland Steward talks about emerging threats to California forests.
This winter 2012 issue of Forestland Steward looks at the development of forest management plans.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Fall 2011||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the benefits and management of mountain meadows.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Summer 2011||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the art and science of cultivating trees (silviculture) in CA.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Spring 2011||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on forest land succession planning.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Winter 2011||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on Community Forestry in California.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Fall 2010||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on forest biomass use.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Summer 2010||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on balancing wildlife needs with fuels management.
|Forestland Steward Newsletter Spring 2010||
This issue of the Forestland Steward Newsletter focuses on the lessons learned about fuel treatments after the Angora fire in 2007.