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  • Check out our newest coloring sheet! It features our Natural Inquirer rocket bee and information about the Artemis Moon Trees.…

    Moon Tree Coloring Sheet

  • Welcome to Nature Health Benefits LIVE, a virtual learning adventure brought to you by the USDA Forest Service and the…

    Video – Nature Health Benefits LIVE Q&A (Episode 4)

  • Pick four words from the glossary for “Logjams and Beaver Dams” to illustrate in the graphic organizer provided. Pretend that…

    Illustrated Glossary Challenge – Logjams and Beaver Dams

  • After reading “Logjams and Beaver Dams,” see how much you learned by trying out the eyeChallenge. Each image is taken…

    eyeChallenge – Logjams and Beaver Dams

  • A food forest looks like a regular forest, but its plants also provide fresh fruits, nuts, mushrooms, herbs, and vegetables.…

    Spotlight – What Is a Food Forest?

  • Agroforestry is the practice of mixing trees, shrubs, crops, or animal production systems together. The purpose of mixing trees and…

    Spotlight – What Is Agroforestry?

  • Learn more about the research engineers completed in 1951 about the best wood to use for baseball bats so they…

    Spotlight – Time Warp for Batter Up!

  • A reflection from a baseball player after competing in the first all girl’s baseball tournament.

    Spotlight – Baseball for All!

  • Examine the provided animal tracks. What similarities and differences do you see? Fill out the graphic organizer with your observations.

    Activity – Making Sense of Ungulate Tracks

  • Examine the two images of aspen bark. One is a photo and the other is a painting. Both images present…

    Alternate FACTivity – On the Fence