The Educator Toolbox is jam-packed with helpful resources to make your challenging job just a little easier. Here you will find background resources to help you understand forests and grasslands, professional development opportunities and resources, and a collection of great materials and programs organized by grade-level.
Climate change is significantly impacting the lands we manage—and is in the news everywhere. We have developed materials to help you better understand climate change from both a global and local perspective.
In diverse ways, the Forest Service connects kids to nature through meaningful outdoor experiences.
The national forests were created in part for “securing favorable conditions of water flows,” the importance of which has grown as populations have grown, and competing demands forwater have grown.
Decades of fuel buildup in many forest types have led to fires that burn out of control with uncharacteristic intensity, unprecedented damage to ecosystems and communities, and high suppression costs.
The Forest Service manages more than 193 million acres of public lands throughout the United States.