Greg Peters book Our National Forests contains thematic stories about the formation and attributes of the US National Forest System. Story themes include forest watersheds connection to water quality, tree growing science, restoring grasslands, native tribal forest management, recreational crowd control, wilderness system creation, citizen science to gather wildlife data, forest fires, and the challenge in developing diversity within the US Forest Service.
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Smardon, R. Greg Peters Our National Forests: Stories from America’s Most Important Public Lands Timber Press Portland Oregon 2021. J Environ Stud Sci 12, 667–668 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13412-022-00774-w
- National Forests
- Forest values
- Non-timber uses