TEACHER INFORMATION and EDUCATION RESOURCES & MATERIALS
is a certainty that demands on the worlds forest lands will become
greater while the area available for forest production will decrease
-Bruce Zobel, Forest Geneticist
|Michigan Forests Forever Project||Environmental education has been with us for decades. Generations have learned much about "nature" but few environmental education efforts have focused on how natural resources must be utilized so that we, as a society, will be able to continue to extract raw materials in a sustainable manner that is acceptable in social, ecological, and economic ways. Teachers and educators are encouraged to look beyond just the "touch-see-understand" mode of environmental education, and look into the intriguing and fascinating world of natural resource management.|
|High School Forestry Curriculum|
|Upper Peninsula Tree Identification Website|
|Forestry Careers - A Day In the Life of A Forester|
|Project Learning Tree --- Michigan --- National|
|Project WILD --- (Michigan contact)|
|Project WET (Michigan contact)|
|Wisconsin's "LEAF" Forestry Education Program|
|Historic Environmental Photos from the Library of Congress|
|North American Association for Environmental Education|
|Michigan Environmental Education Resources for Teachers|
|Down to Earth by International Paper|
|Fast Forestry Facts From Various Sources|
Suggestions for additional links, relevant to teachers and natural resources, are gratefully accepted.
Michigan SAF Home Page
This website is maintained by Bill Cook, Michigan State University Extension Forester in the Upper Peninsula. Comments, questions, and suggestions are gratefully accepted.
Last update of this page was 20 September, 2005
This site is hosted by School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science at Michigan Technological University.