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Ecology Field Cards-Set 1, Douglas-fir Forests

Oregon State University Extension

Discover what lives around you! Created for Willamette Valley habitats, explore local plants insects, wildlife, and more! Each set comes with an Educator’s Guide which includes educational activities for students.

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Ecology Field Cards-Set 3, Riparian Bottomland Forests

Oregon State University Extension

Discover what lives around you in the Riparian Bottomland Forests! Created for Willamette Valley habitats, explore local plants insects, wildlife, and more! Increase you knowledge of native species, biodiversity, relationships, and cycles.

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This book follows the growth of a tree from the time it sprouts to the time it is mature and capable of producing new seeds. A tree is a living thing. It is a large green plant. Like all plants, trees make their own food from light, air, and water. Trees come in many shapes, colors, and sizes, but they have the same basic parts. A tree begins its life as a seed and over many years becomes tall and mature tree.

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Trees to Know

Oregon State University Extension Services

Get to know the trees of Oregon and learn how to identify them.

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In this publication, we will help you understand how you can best plant and tend to trees in your woods to ensure that they remain healthy and productive.

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This publication is a colorful, illustrated booklet that gives the basics of Oregon forests including the common forest types like Douglas-fir and juniper woodlands, wildlife, ownership and management practices, laws, salmon protection, fire risks, wood processing and uses, and careers.

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Trees are Terrific!

NatureScope

Ranger Rick’s Trees are Terrific!┬áis a creative, activities-centered educational book dedicated to inspiring in children an understanding and appreciation of the natural world, while developing the skills they will need to make responsible decisions about the environment.

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Ho do trees grow? Why do their leaves change color? What kind of tree is that? After you and your children read this book, you will know!! A great read at any age.

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America At Work: Forestry

Jane Drake, Ann Love, Pat Cupples

Forestry examines all aspects of the industry, from the planting of new seedlings to the inner workings of a sawmill and a pulp and paper mill. This engaging picture book uses a combination of fact and fiction to introduce young children to the people, machines and environmental concerns involved in one of America’s most important resource-based industries.

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Rediscover Oregon’s Forests

Oregon Forest Resource Institute

This instructional unit has everything students need to learn about forests in Oregon. Included is a DVD, a fungi guide, sustainability and the global environment, a forest fact book, and fire in Oregon’s forest. A great resource for teaching a natural resources or forestry lesson.

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