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  • Koa is one of the most valued of tropical woods. A particular type of koa tree, called Acacia koa, is…

    Koa Constrictors: Studying Things That Slow the Growth of Koa Crop Trees

  • Many different types of birds live in riparian forests. In this study, the scientists were interested in black-chinned hummingbirds that…

    That’s a Humdinger! Black-Chinned Hummingbird Nesting in Response to Forest Treatments

  • Forestry operations depend on the continuous supply of healthy tree seedlings. Seedlings are small trees grown from seeds in nurseries.…

    To Spray or Not to Spray: Soil Fumigation in Southern Forests

  • Forestry operations depend on the continuous supply of healthy tree seedlings. Seedlings are small trees grown from seeds in nurseries.…

    To Spray or Not to Spray: Soil Fumigation in Southern Forests (Spanish)

  • Nonpoint source water pollution comes from large areas or landscapes such as roadways, farms, and urban and suburban communities. Scientists…

    What’s the Nonpoint? Assessing Nonpoint Source Water Quality Threats Nationwide

  • After reading “To Spray or Not to Spray,” test your understanding with a word search.

    Word Search – To Spray or Not to Spray