Dr. William L. Hoover is a Professor Emeritus of Social Sciences in Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue University.
Nickname: Bill Hoover
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
195 Marsteller Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2033
Office: Forestry Building
Phone: (765) 496-0077
Fax: (765) 496-2422
Cell: (765) 404-7432
Ph.D., Iowa State University, August 18, 1977, Forest Economics and Statistics
M.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1972, Forest Management
B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1966, Forest Management
Greene, J.L., W.C. Siegel, W.L. Hoover and M. Koontz. 2013. Forest landowners’ guide to the federal income tax. U.S. Dept. Agri., Forest Service, Agricultural Handbook No. 731, 164 pp.
Hoover, W.L. and M. Koontz. 2011. Timber Tax Management for Family Forest Owners. Timber Tax, LLC, 1050 W. Bacall St., Meridian, ID 83646 315 pp.
Available at http://www.timbertaxadvice.org
Morrissey, R.C., M.R. Saunders, and W.L. Hoover. 2011. Financial and wildlife benefits from crop tree release in polesized Central Hardwood oak stands. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 28(1):5-12.
Hoover, W.L. 2011. Big Changes in Federal Income and Estate Tax. Forestry Source. 16(3): 1 and 5.
Hoover, W. L. 2010. Moving Beyond Tradition, J. of Forestry 108(2):100-102. Response to How do Taxes Affect America's Private Forestland Owners?, A. R. Kimbell, C. Hickman, and H. Brown, J. of Forestry, 108(2): 93-97.
Hoover, W.L. and M. Koontz. 2010. Timber Tax Management for Family Forest Owners. Timber Tax, LLC, 1050 W. Bacall St., Meridian, ID 83646 340 pp.
Hoover, W.L. and M. Koontz. 2009. Timber Tax Management for Family Forest Owners. Timber Tax, LLC, 1050 W. Bacall St., Meridian, ID 83646 277 pp.
Hembram, D and W.L. Hoover. 2008. A note on “”Non-timber forest products in the Daniel Boone National Forest region: economic significance, access mechanism, and potential for sustainability. In Managing Non-Timber Forest Products: Global Perspective. Ed. Azmal Hussain. The Icfai University Press, Hyderabad, India.
Hembram, D and W.L. Hoover. 2008. Non-timber forest products in the Daniel Boone National Forest: economic significance, access mechanism, and potential for sustainability. In: Proceedings 16th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Ed. D.F. Jacobs and C.H. Michler. West Lafayette, IN, April 8-9, 2008, p. 148-156.
Schaaf, Kenli A., Shorna R. Broussard, and William L. Hoover. 2004. Private lands in the midwest: exploring landowner views on collaboration, community and social capital. IN: Human Dimensions of Family, Farm and Community Forestry, IUFRO Research Group 3.08, International Symposium, March 29-April 1, 2004, Pullman, WA, p. 147- 153.
Hoover, W.L. Knowing the rules pays off at tax time. 2002. J. of Forestry 100(1):5
Gillespie, A.R., S. Jose, D.B. Mengel,
W.L. Hoover, P.E. Pope, J.R. Seifert, D.J. Biehle, T.
Stall, and T.J. Benjamin. 2000. Defining competition vectors in a temperate alleycropping
system in the midwestern USA: I. Production Physiology. Agroforestry Systems 48:25-40.
Benjamin, T.J., W.L. Hoover, J.R. Seifert, and
A.R. Gillespie. 2000. Defining competition
vectors in a temperate alleycropping system in the midwestern USA: IV. The economic
return of ecological knowledge. Agroforestry Systems 48:79-93.
Jose, S., T. Benjamin, T. Stall, A.R. Gillespie,
W.L. Hoover, D.B. Mengel, J.R. Seifert,
and D.J. Biehle. 1996. The biology and economics of a black walnut-corn alleycropping
system. Proceedings of the Fifth Black Walnut Council Symposium, July 27-31, Springfield,
MO. USDA For. Serv. NCFES General Technical Report NC-191.
US Army, 39th Engineer Battalion, Co. B, LZ Dottie, RVN and Batallion S3, January 1968 to December 1968
US Army, Basic Training Company Commander, Ft. Lewis, WA, March 1967 to December 1967