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  • In this essay, learn about the ancient Chamoru culture of Guam and their unique method of building homes.  

    A Tall Chamoru Latte, Please!

  • Learn more about how people around the world are planning and maintaining healthy forests.

    Inquiry 3: Healthy Forests Now and Into the Future

  • 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

  • In this research, the scientists wanted to describe and summarize the forests managed for conservation in the Federated States of Micronesia,…

    Tropical Four-est Inventory – Using Measurement to Understand the Condition of Forests in Micronesia

  • The scientists in this study were interested in studying how climate change may impact rural areas in the United States.…

    Wide Open Spaces: Climate Change Impacts in Rural Areas of the United States