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To reach children we must speak where they listen, write where they read, and be where they gather. New technology tools held us carry our message to kids across the nation. Podcasts, streaming video, multimedia -- explore these Web resources to find the newest materials and media about out National Forests and Grasslands!

Why Use Technology to Reach Children?

Effective teaching in this century will depend more and more on the use of the vast resources of the Web and other digital media coupled with the individual creativity of educators to equip students with the methods of understanding and negotiating the information that now is available to all. Click here to learn more about how technology can enhance the delivery of conservation education.

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Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. by Volunteering on National Day of Service

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In observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, 26 U.S. Forest Service employees in Milwaukee participated in National Day of Service on Jan. 21, 2016. The employees volunteered at three local nonprofit organizations, St. John’s Cathedral Shelter, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, and the Urban Ecology Center.


Cabins Near Ski Trails and Other Winter Activities

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A number of other forests in the Eastern Region have cabins open during the winter season, conveniently located near ski or snowmobile trails.


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