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USDA Forest Service 2h
June 16-22 is week are home to many animals. Many declining, threatened, endangered species, thrive in reborn habitats. Check out these wildlife photos from Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie
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supports programs that help find homes for . June 17-23 is National Pollinators week
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FS Tropical Research 22h
Celebrating the start of with this beautiful and bright Augochlora buscki. Found only in and a local pollinator in the agricultural fields. 📷 Source: 🐝
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 17
Five major crops are heavily dependent upon insect pollination: almonds, apples, blueberries, melons, & squash
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USDA Forest Service 21h
Research forester Grant Domke wants you to know that the work of Forest Service is vital to the health and sustainability of our nation’s and .
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USDA Forest Service 22h
supports ecosystem services including , habitat, and . Check out the FY2018 National Agroforestry Center Highlights:
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USFS Northern Region Jun 17
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USDA Forest Service 23h
Although language, customs, and culture can separate us, the issues and challenges we face in managing wildland fire are common ground across the globe. Read the latest issue of Fire Management Today, here:
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USDA Forest Service Jun 17
Originating at the Forest Service and USDA through the first Week Proclamation signed by then Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Johanns, in 2007, the Forest Service takes special pride in celebrating and the native habitats we protect and restore.
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USFS North Carolina Jun 17
Show our busy buddies some love during ! 🦋🐦🐝🦇
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Canyon Lakes Ranger RD Jun 17
On May 29, Canyon Lakes Ranger District fire staff had their readiness review for the season, including a medical simulation. Our firefighters are always training!
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Nez Perce-Clearwater Jun 17
Now's the time to see the annual camas bloom at Packer Meadow, located just past Lolo Pass Visitor Center on the . This photo was taken yesterday, when the meadow appeared to be in full bloom. The flowers only stay in bloom a short while, so stop by soon! 💜
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USFS Northern Region Jun 17
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USDA Forest Service Jun 16
June 16-22 is National Grasslands Week. More than 1 million people annually enjoy the unique benefits of the grasslands ecosystem.
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USDA Forest Service Jun 16
This , remember what your father taught you about responsibility. America’s National Forests belong to you. Ultimately, they are your birthright, your responsibility, and are entrusted to every American to preserve for future generations.
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National Forest Fdn. Jun 16
Dear Dad - Thanks for playing with me outside. Thanks for instilling in me a love for nature, a passion for the outdoors, and the need for adventure. Happy .
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Dept. of Agriculture Jun 16
Today and every day, we express our deepest gratitude to our fathers for providing care and wisdom in our lives. Happy to all the dads out there! 📸 pumpkincreekranch | Instagram
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Forest Service NW Jun 16
I've known rivers: I've known rivers ancient as the world & older than the flow of human blood in human veins. My soul has grown deep like the rivers. --Langston Hughes.
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USDA Forest Service Jun 16
We are honoring all the Dads out there and hoping today is a day for making memories on your public lands. Happy Father’s Day from the U.S. Forest Service.
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