University of Wisconsin- River Falls
Agricultural Education Forestry Curriculum and Resources
Dr. Michael C. Kaltenberg, Professor- Forestry and Environmental Education, University of
Wisconsin-River Falls, with the assistance of Robert Ickler, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Agricultural Education Graduate Student. March 22, 2005
List of Resources Cited:
(Abbreviation preceding citation will be used to identify resource hereafter)
High School Forestry Textbooks:
BURT 1. Burton, L.D. 2000. Introduction to Forestry Science. Delmar Pub. ISBN 0-8273-8010-0.
ROLF 2. Rolf, G.L., J.M. Edginton, I.I. Holland, G.C. Fortenberry. 2003. Forests and Forestry, 6th ed. Prentice Hall Interstate Pub. ISBN 0-8134-3240-5.
Forestry Information Resources:
FMD 1. Wickman, H.A. (editor). 1998. The Forest Management Digest, 8th ed. K.A. Publishing.
SAF 2. Society of American Foresters. 1998. The Dictionary of Forestry. John A. Helms, editor. ISBN 0-939970-73-2.
WFMG 3. Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources - Division of Forestry. 2003. Wisconsin Forest Management Guidelines. PUB-FR- 226. http://www.forest.wisc.edu/extension/cd/
All referenced publication are available on the Owning Wisconsin Woodlands:Your Guide to Information and Publications web site. You can view the publications by topic (http://www.forest.wisc.edu/extension/cd/) or by title (http://www.forest.wisc.edu/extension/cd/pubs.html). A CD containing all the files is also available.
USFS 1. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service
UWEX 2. University of Wisconsin - Cooperative Extension.
UWMD 3. University of Wisconsin Madison, Department of Forest Ecology
WDNR 4. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
Forestry Activity Resources:
BLAB 1. Burton, L.D. 2000 Lab Manual to Accompany Introduction to Forestry Science. Delmar Pub. ISBN 0-7668-1544-7.
LEAF 2. Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources - Division of Forestry and Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education. 2004. LEAF - Learning Experiences, and Forestry activities - The Wisconsin K-12 Forestry Education Program. Units: K-1, 2-3, 4, 5-6, and 7-8. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.uwsp.edu/cnr/leaf
PLT 3. American Forestry Foundation. 1993. Project Learning Tree. PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide. http://www.plt.org
ECO 4. American Forestry Foundation. 1996. Project Learning Tree - The Changing Forest: Forest Ecology - Including a Special Section on Fire Ecology and Management. Secondary Environmental Education Activity Guide. http://www.plt.org
FOCUS 5. American Forestry Foundation. 1996. Project Learning Tree - Focus on Forest, 2nd ed. Secondary Environmental Education Activity Guide. http://www.plt.org
RISK 6. American Forestry Foundation. 1996. Project Learning Tree - Exploring Environmental Issues: Focus on Risk. Secondary Environmental Education Activity Guide. http://www.plt.org
Please submit suggestions about the curriculum or web layout to the UW-RF Agricultural Education Department: email@example.com
Plant and Earth Science Department Home Page: www.uwrf.edu/pes/welcome.html
Agricultural Education Department Home Page: www.uwrf.edu/ag-education/
College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science Home Page: www.uwrf.edu/college-of-agriculture/