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July Feature - Empower Conservation Leaders

With the large majority of U.S. citizens living in urban areas, children may not have early outdoor experiences that draw them to a career in natural resources or conservation. For college students, the diversity of options available for doing conservation work may be overwhelming. Mentors who can spark a second grader’s curiosity in the backyard ecosystem or discuss career goals with a college junior can be invaluable in nurturing tomorrow’s conservation leaders. This month, we feature four Forest Service employees who go the extra mile to connect with young people – from elementary school children to graduate students – and open the door to the wonder and importance of working to sustain our natural ecosystems. 

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Science of the Seasons

Archery class on the Trees for Tomorrow campus, Eagle River/Florence Ranger District of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Wisconsin.

Forest Supervisor from the Chequemegon-Nicolet National Forest talks about recreation in the present and two scientists talk about the future of recreation in the Midwest and Northeast.

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