A Bit of Mirth for Earth Day

By James Lewis on April 9, 2010

With Earth Day fast approaching, we thought it might be helpful to provide links to some of our related materials.  Teachers will want to look at two things.  Our middle school curriculum “If Trees Could Talk” has a module “From Arbor Day to Earth Day.”  Check it out at: https://foresthistory.org/Education/Curriculum/Activity/activ4/activ4.html.

Appropriate for both middle school and high school, we have the film The Greatest Good, a history of conservation and the U.S. Forest Service.  It’s a three-disc set with lots of bonus features, and we have a Teacher’s Guide for it at: https://foresthistory.org/Education/TGG/Index.htm.

Looking for something for the whole family?  We have a few public service announcements (PSAs) about Smokey Bear, Woodsy Owl, and Junior Raindrop on our YouTube channel. They are quite entertaining and parents might even remember some of them.  Folks of a certain vintage may want to check out this PSA from Kukla and Ollie:


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