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View Resource State of the World's Forests 2003

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations presents this biannual report on the status of the world's forests. Available as a series of downloadable documents, this comprehensive report addresses recent developments in the forest sector such as agricultural expansion and mangrove conversion, conservation and sustainable development, forestry education and other institutional...

View Resource Southern Forests for the Future

This excellent website dedicated to the Southern Forests of the United States "seeks to raise awareness of the threats facing the forests of the southern United States and lay the foundation for increasing the acreage that is conserved or managed in a sustainable manner." First time visitors should watch the very informative four-and-a-half minute video titled "Tour Southern Forests" in the...

View Resource USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

The United States Geological Survey's Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC) was officially created in 1994, but a variety of predecessor organizations had been working on similar projects for several decades before that. With field stations located across the West, FRESC works on a variety of scientific endeavors, including studies related to wildlife ecology, conservation...

View Resource Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative

The Southern Forest Nursery Management Cooperative website is from the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences at Auburn University. On the site, users will find articles detailing everything from seedlings, weed control, transplanting to name only a few. The site also has a number depth breakdown of nursery management related tasks in terms of time and cost. This site is an excellent...

View Resource NCSR: Forest Regeneration

This long-term project requires students to apply skills that are commonly used in forest management as part of a reforestation project. As a long-term study, each class has the opportunity to contribute new information and the benefit of evaluating accumulated data. The activity also incorporates an understanding of basic ecological principles such as ecological succession, range of tolerance,...

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