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Sustainable Forestry Initiative of PA
Provides educators with an online curriculum featuring local woodland environments in PA.

PA Game Commission
Pennsylvania's state game lands are open to all types of recreation. Check out their website for maps and more.

American Forest and Paper Association
The National Trade Association that works with all members of the industry to encourage best management practices on forestlands.

International Paper
Learn about the sustainable forestry policies IP adopted.

PA Bureau of Forestry
Learn about trees common to PA, a natural diversity inventory, and where to find state forests around Pennsylvania.

Penn State School of Forest Resources
Educates students on contemporary issues facing woodlands.

Sustaining Penn's Woods
This site provides educators with an online curriculum for teaching students about Pennsylvania's forests in order to increase their awareness of their local woodland environments.

Echoes Through Penn's Woods
Emmy-award winning video on Pennsylvania's environment past, present and future.

Forest Stewardship Council United States
Collaborates with businesses, environmentalists, and communities and promotes responsible forest management by certifying forest products that meet rigorous standards.

Woodwise Consumer Guide
Provides tips for forest-friendly living and a downloadable version of their consumer guide.

World Wildlife Fund
Protecting forests by promoting certification efforts, what you can do to help save our forests, and more.

Promotes responsible forest products buying practices.

Promotes responsible forest products buying practices.

Eco Paper Action
Working to reduce the magazine industry's impact on the environment. Learn how you can help!

Forest Trends
Promotes incentives that move beyond exclusive focus on lumber and fiber to a broader range of products and services.

Georgia Pacific
Fun website with lots of activities from making your own paper to identifying animal tracks. Tour your home and see how many wood products you find!

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