Collaborative Forest Restoration Program Monitoring Curriculum

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Description: This guide was developed specifically for use by schools, teachers, and project leaders involved with ecological monitoring of Collaborative Forest Restoration Program projects. It was designed to provide background information, lessons and activities that relate directly to monitoring goals. It can also be used by other educators interested in teaching students about ecological concepts relevant to the Southwest U.S.
Author/Producer: Funded by the USDA Forest Service Collaborative Forest Restoration Program and published by the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University
Topic Areas Covered: Forest restoration, forest types, forest fires, fire regimes, wildlife, soils
Resource Type: Curriculum, Background and Activities for Ecological Monitoring
For Grade Levels: 5-12th Grade
Publication Date: 2005
Length: 122 pages
Cost: Free
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Language: English
Educational or Informational: Educational/Informational
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Geographic Location: New Mexico
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