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Students learn about the challenges of planning for development while still protecting important farmland, forestland and wildlife habitat. This two-part lesson allows students to brainstorm creative solutions using critical thinking, math, teamwork and problem solving skills.

This lesson includes six topography maps, a lesson and corresponding activity that has has colored blocks to complete it with. This item does not need to be returned

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This beautiful 36 X 24 inch full color Oregon map features the leading and unique commodities grown in the state’s seven regions. It is an excellent tool to bring the story of Oregon’s agricultural diversity to the classroom.

The Grown in Oregon Map helps students visualize where things are grown in our state and why. It is a great tool for teaching regions. It can be used to learn about counties, or for starting a discussion on nutrition and the abundance of healthy produce in our state.

Maps are free to Oregon teachers. This item does not need to be returned.

Non-teachers pay $10 for shipping and handling costs. To order map, Click HERE

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Students learn about the challenges of planning for development while still protecting important farmland, forestland and wildlife habitat. This two-part lesson allows students to brainstorm creative solutions using critical thinking, math, teamwork and problem solving skills.

This lesson includes six topography maps, a lesson and corresponding activity that has has colored blocks to complete it with. This item does not need to be returned.

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Oregon Forests Map

Oregon Forest Resources Institute

Oregon’s forests are among the most diverse in the world. The colorful 24-inch by 36-inch poster includes a map showing the statewide locations where the most common conifer and hardwood tree species are found, plus descriptions of ecological and climatic conditions in which they thrive.

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Students learn about the challenges of planning for development while still protecting important farmland, forestland and wildlife habitat. This two-part lesson allows students to brainstorm creative solutions using critical thinking, math, teamwork and problem solving skills.

This lesson includes six topography maps, a lesson and corresponding activity that has colored blocks to complete it with. This item does not need to be returned.

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