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  • The nun moth is a major pest of conifers and an occasional pest of broadleaf trees in Europe and Asia.…

    And Then There Were Nun: Trees That Could Be Endangered by a Nun Moth Invasion

  • Lumber is an important product from trees. When two countries export goods to one another, international policies may exist to…

    Goodbye Nematodes! Heat-Treating Southern Pine Lumber

  • Lumber is an important product from trees. When two countries export goods to one another, international policies may exist to…

    Goodbye Nematodes! Heat-Treating Southern Pine Lumber (Spanish)

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen

  • In recent years, populations of quaking aspen have been in decline in the Western United States. Stands of aspen are…

    Quaking in their Roots: The Decline of the Quaking Aspen (Spanish)

  • When pairs of flammulated owls get ready to reproduce, they must find a place to build their nest. They need…

    Turn that Radio Down! Tracking the Busy Life of Flammulated Owl Dads

  • When pairs of flammulated owls get ready to reproduce, they must find a place to build their nest. They need…

    Turn that Radio Down! Tracking the Busy Life of Flammulated Owl Dads (Spanish)

  • Test your knowledge of the lumber industry and nematodes with a word search.

    Word Search – Goodbye Nematodes

  • Test your knowledge about biodiversity, ecosystems, and conifers.

    Word Search – Quaking in Their Roots

  • After reading “Turn That Radio Down!,” test your understanding with this word search.

    Word Search – Turn That Radio Down!

  • After reading “Worming Their Way In,” test your vocabulary knowledge with this word search.

    Word Search – Worming Their Way In

  • Native earthworms are important to the health of forests. Native earthworms help maintain the forest floor by eating leaves and…

    Worming Their Way In: Invading Earthworms in the Southeastern United States