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Forest Conservation, designed by U.S. Forest Service employee Rudolph "Rudy" Andreas Michael Wendelin (1910-2000), and issued on October 27, 1958

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from About.com Education

"Please be careful with our stately treasures."

Smokey Bear's Official State Trees - "Please be careful with our stately treasures." This poster is an illustrated compilation of all 50 official U.S. state trees. Brought to you by your State Forester and the United States Forest Service.

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from About.com Education

Smokey Bear's Tree Leaf Poster

Tree leaf chart - Go take a hike! Or a walk in a forest or park. Take along a camera or sketch pad and colored pencils. When done, choose five things you enjoyed such as the scent of plants or flowers, the sight of wildlife, or the feeling of clean air. Share your experience with your group. (Millennium Development Goal: Saving the planet)

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James Garner. At age 16, he lied about his age in order to join the Merchant Marine during the last year of World War II. In 1950, Garner became the first Oklahoman drafted into the United States Army during the Korean War. Two battlefield injuries and Pu

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from birminghammail

30 celebrities you didn't know were from Birmingham

Christina Hendricks, actress (Mad Men). Her father Robert Hendricks, who worked for the United States Forest Service, was born in Birmingham

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from yahoo.com

The Most Scenic Drive in All 50 States

The definitive guide to the most scenic road in every one of our 50 states. Lots of travel fun here. Which of these road trips are on your list?

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from Etsy

Rare 1930s United States Forest Service USFS Lantern box complete with Coleman L427 lantern

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