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  • What is bioenergy? “Bio-” is related to living or once living things. Bioenergy is a source of energy that uses…

    Bioenergy – Vol. 9 No. 1

  • In the Western United States, many of the forests have too many small trees. These small trees increase the risk…

    Chip and Truck: Comparing the Cost of Using Trees to Heat Buildings

  • The “Cream of the Crop” monograph is the first in the Forest & Agriculture series. The research in this monograph…

    Cream of the Crop – Vol. 1 No. 20

  • The research in this monograph looks at the use of prairie strips, which are strips of native prairie plants that…

    Cream of the Crop: Assessing the Environmental Benefits of Prairie Strips

  • The research question you will answer by doing this FACTivity is: “Does a baked potato or a 10 ounce bag…

    FACTivity – Which Do You A-Door

  • Learn about the many benefits that different types of forests provide.

    Inquiry 2: What Benefits Do the World’s Forests Provide?

  • A guided reading lesson plans that walks students through each section of this article. It includes a graphic organizer for…

    Lesson Plan – Inquiry 2 from World’s Forests 3 Edition

  • A guided reading lesson plans that walks students through each section of this article. It includes a graphic organizer for…

    Lesson Plan – Inquiry 3 from World’s Forests 3 Edition

  • A guided reading lesson plan that walks students through each section of the journal. It includes graphic organizers and activities…

    Lesson Plan – World’s Forests 3

  • In 1908, the Forest Service established a system of Experimental Forests and Ranges (EFRs) to be set aside for environmental…

    Spotlight – Argonne Experimental Forest

  • In 1908, the Forest Service established a system of experiment forests and ranges (EFRs) to be set aside for environmental…

    Spotlight – Black Hills Experimental Forest

  • Nonpoint source pollution is pollution coming from widely developed areas, such as farms or cities. However, nonpoint source pollution can…

    Spotlight – Time Warp: Full Throttle Model