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Woodsy Owl is America's symbol for environmental conservation. Give a Hoot, Don't Pollute - Lend a Hand, Care for the Land! (Following/RTs don't=endorsement.)
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Texas A&M Forest Service 4 May 18
May the "forest" be with you! In honor of , check out this article from about how satellite imaging is used to help manage the world's forests:
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Woodsy Owl 28 Apr 18
When it comes to , don't forget these two superstars! They're the best kind of icons: inspiring YOU to take action and make sure that we have a cleaner, safer planet!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 27
Business owners take note! Trees can help bring in customers and boost business!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 26
Use the power of nature to help cut costs at home. It’s free!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 25
Trees are incredibly important when it comes to managing runoff. Their leaves help reduce erosion caused by falling rain and provide a surface area where rain water can land and evaporate.
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Woodsy Owl Mar 21
International Forest Day. Discover Yours. @discovertheforest
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Woodsy Owl Mar 20
Spring is finally here! What will you be doing to celebrate this season of growth and new beginnings?
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Woodsy Owl Mar 17
I can get behind the#trashtag challenge.
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Woodsy Owl Mar 16
Pack it in, pack it out! Help keep our national forests clean and a place that all can enjoy by carrying back out all that you bring in.
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Woodsy Owl Mar 13
They also bring cool birds like me to the neighborhood! Who else loves their wooded neighborhoods? I know I do!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 12
Trees are vital for life. They are constantly doing things to better OUR lives! Follow along this week as I tell you how.
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Woodsy Owl Mar 8
For International Women's Day. Rachel Louise Carson was an American marine biologist, author, and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement. Wikipedia
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Woodsy Owl Mar 8
Check out some more great photos from the NFF contest
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Woodsy Owl Mar 8
Dixie National Forest covers almost two million acres in southern Utah. Temperatures can be extreme with summer highs exceeding 100 degrees near St. George, UT and winter lows around -30 degrees on the plateau tops. Higher peaks can get more than 40 inches of snow per year! Brrr!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 7
Throwback! This photo was taken in 1957 on the Apache Trail highway near Mesa, Arizona. The Apache Trail is part of Tonto National Forest. I spy the Superstition Mountains in the background! (Photo by D.O. Todd)
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Woodsy Owl Mar 6
Check out these kids snorkeling at the Alexander Springs Recreation Area in Ocala National Forest, Florida. As you make your spring break plans to warmer places, consider adding a national forest to your trip! (Photos by Brandon Fair)
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Woodsy Owl Mar 5
I’m dreaming of beautiful wildflowers instead of all this snow! I love flying over their beautiful colors in the spring. What’s your favorite wildflower? (Photo by Preston Keres)
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Woodsy Owl Mar 4
Winter, spring, summer, and fall- there’s plenty to do in Allegheny National Forest! From snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter, to hiking and kayaking in the summer, you won’t be bored in this National Forest located in Northern Pennsylvania!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 3
Happy World Wildlife Day! Today we celebrate the beautiful, wild creatures that we share this Earth with. Don’t forget that your actions affect the lives of wildlife every day. Give a hoot, don’t pollute!
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Woodsy Owl Mar 1
Happy March, everyone! Is it coming in like a lion or a lamb where you are? Share some pictures!
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