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Here are a few activities you can follow/learn about the forest.

Discover the Forest - Nature gives teens the ability to explore, use their imagination, discover new animals and plants, and engage in adventurous play. Being in nature frees them from their crazy, scheduled days and offers the ability to get lost in something totally unmanaged, unexpected and utterly surprising. Nature instills a peace and calmness that they can’t experience in their daily lives, and the more they discover the natural world around them, the more they will feel connected to the world and better understand their relationship to it.

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Woodsy OwlHello! I’m Woodsy Owl. I hope you will join me to learn how to “Lend a Hand — Care for the Land!” Do you know what that means? It means that if we all work together, the Earth will have clean air and water and will be a healthy place to live for trees and plants, fish, animals and birds like me! Oh, and it also means it will be clean for you, too! The Natural Inquirer is a middle school science educational journal with many interesting articles and activities. The Natural Inquirer contains articles on scientific research conducted by scientists at USDA on nature, such as trees, forests, wildlife, insects, outdoor activities, and water.

Celebrating Wildflowers has some great information and fun things for you to do. Learn more about wildflowers on our National Forests and Grasslands with puzzles, coloring pages, and fun activities!

Eat Smart Play Hard is about encouraging and teaching kids and adults to eat healthy and be physically active every day.

Backyard Conservation shows you how conservation practices that are used on agricultural land across the country to conserve and improve natural resources can be adapted for use on the land around your home.

USDA's Kids Page provides students, parents, and teachers with youth-geared information and resources related to agriculture.

Logo for Smokey BearVisit Smokey Bear. Learn how to stop wildfires and read interesting things about  Smokey Bear.

Welcome to FEMA for Kids! I'm Herman, the spokescrab for the site. This site teaches you how to be prepared for disasters and prevent disaster damage. You can also learn what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a Disaster Action Kid.