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Our Living Resource The Forest�

Our Living Resource:
The Forest

A teaching kit for Grade 5 teachers
www.learnforestry.com

Developed by:
Debbie Sluggett

Forest Educational Liaison, Okanagan-Columbia

Jeannie Steele
Educational Liaison, Riverside Forest Products

Contact Information:
Debbie Sluggett

[email protected]

Kalon Nahachewsky
[email protected]

Assisted by:
Jennifer Stewart, 2005

Kalon Nahachewsky, 2006

First printing, 1998
2nd printing with updates, Jan.2006

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Our Living Resource � The Forest

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Seed Tree Shelterwood

Selection Clearcut

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Support Materials

♦ This kit is also available on our website: www.learnforestry.com . Should
any updates or changes occur prior to the next workshop, they will be posted
on this site.

♦ Tree Tales: This is an interactive Forest Science computer program with
teacher’s guide and CD Rom. It is recommended for grades 4-7. To order a
copy, contact [email protected] or call 250-356-7111. (compatible with
“mac” computers)

♦ Tree Books: You may order Tree Books from [email protected]

♦ Language Arts Connections:
♦ An excellent poetry book that describes trees and is beautifully illustrated is

“Canadian Trees” by Colleayn O. Mastin. Illustrated by Jan Sovak.
ISBN 1-895910-20-X.

♦ “A Special Gift” is a primary book that we recommend for buddy reading.
Contact [email protected] to order or try your local Ministry of Forests
office.

♦ A book bibliography, appropriate to intermediate students, is available on our
website at www.learnforestry.com. (click on resources and scroll down)

♦ Pest Leaflets can be found on the Ministry of Forests website at:
www.pfc.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca

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