Shawnee National Forest
Where is this Forest?
Open forests contain wildflowers and grasses for pollinators, such as butterflies and bees.
Shawnee National Forest completes study of road system (also known as the Travel Analysis). Click above for more information and the complete report.
Often called biological hot spots, natural areas support so many species that scientists call them genetic banks.
A draft envrionmental impact statement is being developed for this landscape restoration project.
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2017 Volunteer Service Days
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