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  • Caves are important natural features in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in California. Past studies of some of these…

    A Tale of Two Caves: How Is Hurricane Crawl Cave Different From Crystal Cave?

  • In this FACTivity, you will grow your own speleothem. At the end of this FACTivity, you answer the following question:…

    FACTivity – A Tale of Two Caves

  • Until the early 1950s, people mined copper, gold, and silver in the Beartooth Mountains in Montana. During mining operations, the…

    Let Nature Take Its Course: Helping the Environment Take Care of Itself

  • Until the early 1950s, people mined copper, gold, and silver in the Beartooth Mountains in Montana. During mining operations, the…

    Let Nature Take Its Course: Helping the Environment Take Care of Itself (Spanish)

  • Kit’n’Kaboodle Cave was rediscovered in 1992 by a team from the USDA Forest Service. This cave and others in this…

    The Whole Kit and Kaboodle: Exploring the Relationship Between Land Otters, Tlingit People, and Kit’n’Kaboodle Cave

  • The scientists in this study wanted to compare the chemistry of soils and leaves in Puerto Rico’s northern wet and…

    Tropic Topic: What Is Known About the Limestone Zone?

  • After reading “Let Nature Take Its Course,” try to complete this word search using glossary terms from the article.

    Word Search – Let Nature Take Its Course