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  • To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 14 mission, NASA and the Forest Service teamed up to send out…

    Artemis Moon Tree Cards

  • Bristlecone pines have an interesting relationship with fire. When a fire occurs, it may open a once-closed area to sunlight.…

    Can We Grow Now? Helping Bristlecone Pine Trees To Take Root and Grow

  • After reading “To Harvest or Not to Harvest,” see how much you learned with this eyeChallenge. Each of the following…

    eyeChallenge – To Harvest or Not to Harvest

  • You will answer the following questions in the FACTivity: What are the ways different seeds move away from the parent…

    FACTivity – Can We Grow Now?

  • In this FACTivity, you will use every-day materials to explore how root size impacts the exchange of materials between roots…

    FACTivity – Cream of the Crop

  • In 1956, the United States established a national park on one of the Virgin Islands. The United Nations named the national park a Biosphere…

    Oooh! That’s Growth! Measuring Trees in Cinnamon Bay Watershed

  • In 1956, the United States established a national park on one of the Virgin Islands. The United Nations named the national park a Biosphere…

    Oooh! That’s Growth! Measuring Trees in Cinnamon Bay Watershed (Spanish)

  • 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?