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  • This inquiry explores the range of benefits forests provide to people and to the environment.

    Inquiry 3: What Do Forests Do for the World’s Environment and its People?

  • The scientists in this study were asked to develop information about the status of and trends in aquatic animal species populations across the United States.

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? The Current Situation and Possible Future of Aquatic Animals in the United States

  • The scientists in this study were asked to develop information about the status of and trends in aquatic animal species populations across the United States.

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? The Current Situation and Possible Future of Aquatic Animals in the United States (Spanish)

  • The scientists in this study were interested in learning more about trust. They believed that forest managers can do a…

    Trust Is a Must: What Is Involved in Trusting Those Who Manage Forest Fires?

  • According to the scientists in this study, wildness is one of the central qualities of wilderness. To say that an…

    Wild and Free! The Quality of Wildness in Wilderness in the United States

  • The Wilderness Act of 1964 created the National Wilderness Preservation System, leading to protection of 106,498,016 acres of land in…

    Wilderness Benefits – Vol. 7 No. 1

  • Test your knowledge of freshwater, aquatic species, habitat, and conservation with a word search.

    Word Search – One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish?