Photo Fellow

August 12, 2014

NASF Photo Fellow: Louisville and Morton, Mississippi

By Leslie Robertson NASF Photo Fellow Today was all about seeing the aftermath of a tornado outbreak from April. First stop: A logging site salvaging timber that had been damaged by storms. Along with Russell of the Mississippi Forestry Commission (MFC), I met with Justin Gentry, John Moore, and Buck Buchanan to conduct a logging inspection [read more]

August 6, 2014

NASF Photo Fellow: Tates Hell State Forest

We began the day at Tate’s Hell State Forest by viewing some dwarf cypress trees from boardwalk and an observation deck. Although the trees are more than 150 years old, they only reach a height of 15 or so feet due to soil content. We were able to take a look at some of the cones on [read more]

August 4, 2014

NASF Photo Fellow: Florida's Blackwater River State Forest

By Leslie Robertson NASF Photo Fellow Today was an extremely full, productive day. Chelsea Ealum, communications and public relations coordinator (and my companion for the week), and I headed over to the Blackwater River Florida Forest Service (FFS) headquarters. We met with Tabatha Kelly Merkley, FFS Forestry Resource Administrator, who went over what we would [read more]