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Understanding decision making by land owners, managers, Tribes, and communities about can focus research and outreach efforts. Learn more about this work by the National Agroforestry Center at:
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Rogue River-Siskiyou NF Apr 19
Today, we shared some of the landscapes & work being done on the RRSNF with our Regional Forester, Glenn Casamassa. It was great to give him a 1st glimpse into the beauty of our forest, some of the work happening, & for him to meet some of our valued partners! Thanks to all!
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National Forest Fdn. Apr 20
This spring, be sure to stay safe on our National Forests.
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Forest Service NW Apr 19
The is expanding partner & volunteer programs around shared values that are critical for a sustainable future for our beautiful public lands. Find a volunteering opportunity today!
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USDA Forest Service Apr 19
supports ecosystem services including , habitat, and . Learn more in the FY2018 National Agroforestry Center Highlights:
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USDA Forest Service Apr 19
We need you! No matter your interest, your age, or where you are, with us to care for the land and serve people: .
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Shawnee NF Apr 19
Spring has arrived at Cedar Lake! The Daffodils there are a gorgeous field of yellow and green! Get outdoors and enjoy the
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Northern Research Apr 19
Here is a great "Science Story" from about an ambitious ecosystem-level experiment in that is evaluating the response of northern peatland to warmer temperatures and elevated carbon dioxide.
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USFS RMRS Apr 18
Look at this amazing infographic by ! And check out the Science Framework by :
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USFS RMRS Apr 18
Read the blog highlighting the new Science Framework for Conservation and Restoration of the Biome:
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Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest Apr 18
There’s no such thing as bad insects. But when they move from their native ecosystem into a new one, they can create big problems.
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Northern Research Apr 18
About 15% of the land in U.S. cities, more than 9 million acres, is deemed vacant or abandoned, an area that is roughly the size of Switzerland. Our research shows that vacant lots reduces and increases use.
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Northern Research Apr 19
For Awareness Month - this destructive fungus causes a disease that was first recorded in 2006-2007 in Upstate New York near Albany. It has decimated populations of an important North American pollinator. Can you guess what it is?
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Northern Research Apr 18
The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just on the body, but the soul. ~Alfred Austin
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ChattOconeeNF Apr 19
Watchout for washouts! With the heavy rain today, please avoid wet, muddy roads and trails to help minimize damage and ruts. When roads must be closed because of damage, the public loses access to public lands that belong to everyone. Do your part and !
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National Forest Fdn. Apr 19
We need more photos for our Instagram! Submit your National Forest photo here and we may share it!
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Forest Service NW Apr 18
We love our friends & the fabulous way they protect our public lands. that a lot of our National Parks are adjacent to or even surrounded by lands? Talk about a 2 for 1 deal!
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Discover the Forest Apr 18
partnered with & to encourage families to experience nature and create valuable memories together by visiting a local park or forest. Have you seen the movie?
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National Forest Fdn. Apr 19
Did you know that most of the mushroom is actually underground? Find out where a single mushroom spans 2.4 miles!
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USFS North Carolina Apr 19
Does anyone remember this PSA from Smokey Bear's 50th birthday? He's turning 75 this August!
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