Faces from the Past
Highlighting professionals who have made lasting contributions in the forest industry of Louisiana and the southern region.

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Bryant Bateman was first LSU forestry graduate in 1926
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

June09

Les Pomeroy made sustained yield forestry profitable
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

May09

Howell Cobb developed forest seed technology
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Apr09

Elemore Morgan, Sr., was self-taught photographer of Louisiana's forests
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Mar09

John Putnam known as 'Mr. Hardwoods'
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Feb09

Kitchens pioneered forestry education
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Jan09


Lloyd Blackwell started forestry at Tech
By James P. Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Dec08

Chapman called 'Father of controlled burning'
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Nov08

Mac Meginnis battled soil erosion and beat it
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Oct08

Reynolds and the Crossett Experimental Forest
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Sept08

Austin Cary built LSU forestry school
By James Barmett
Journal Correspondent

June08

Carl A. Schenck and the Biltmore Forestry School
By James P. Barnett
Journal Correspondent

April08

George Tannehill, forest legend
By James P. Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Mar08

Hugh Redding was Kisatchie Forest Supervisor
By James P. Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Feb08


Sullivan made Bogalusa mill town into a city
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Chapman brought Yale foresters to Urania
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

Caroline Dormon was, teacher, author, artist, conservationist, and 'Mother of the Kisatchie National Forest'
By James Barnett
Journal Correspondent

'Red' Bateman: pioneer nursery specialist
By James Barnett
Special to The Journal

Philip Wakeley was reforestation pioneer

Faces changing in Louisiana Legislature

Henry Hardtner, 'Father of Southern Forestry' led movement for reforestation

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