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Kids.gov: The U.S. Government's Official Web Portal for Kids The Weeks Act - USFS History - Forest History Society March 1, 2011, marked the centennial of the Weeks Act — the "organic act" of the eastern national forests. Signed into law by President William Howard Taft, the Weeks Act permitted the federal government to purchase private land in order to protect the headwaters of rivers and watersheds in the eastern United States and called for fire protection efforts through federal, state, and private cooperation. It has been one of the most successful pieces of conservation legislation in U.S. history. To date, nearly 20 million acres of forestland have been protected by the Weeks Act, land that provides habitat for hundreds of plants and animals, recreation space for millions of visitors, and economic opportunities for countless local communities. As one historian has noted, "No single law has been more important in the return of the forests to the eastern United States" than the Weeks Act. >> >> Next Page: The Lands Nobody Wanted
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Supplements | Extension Forestry The following materials and handouts have been created by NC PLT facilitators and coordinators. Please feel free to use this page as a supplement for your classroom activities, at your environmental education center, or in your workshops. Though these materials are not copyrighted, please do not use them in any publications. To get the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, go here. Activity Supplements Available from National PLT The national PLT web site houses pdfs all the student pages from the PreK-8 Guide and Secondary modules. Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood Activity #1, The Shape of Things These shape cards have been made to help with the math/manipulative part of the activity if you set up a station of making twig shapes. Activity #11, Three Cheers for Trees Pre-made "tree product leaves" for the featured experience of decorating trees. PreK-8 Activity Guide Activity #11, Can it be Real? Activity #45, Web of Life Basic cards for a North Carolina based food chain. Key Contacts
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