Forestry Education Sites
Looking for a place to visit? Want to learn about forest management? Look no further!
Above is a map of forestry education sites located across the U.S. that provide the general public with access to forestry information. The map includes demonstration sites, research forests, forest history centers and environmental learning centers. Many of the sites include tours, trails and interactive exhibits. The sites are geared towards students, teachers, researchers, and the general public. Each site is accessible to the general public.
Click and drag the map to view all of the sites. To get more information about a site, click on its tree icon. A window will appear that states the site's name, location and a brief description, as well as a link to the site's webpage. You can also zoom in and out on the map by using the plus and minus signs in the upper left hand corner.
Looking for even more forestry-related sites to visit? Try looking through the USDA's new website Discover the Forest. The site includes an interactive map that depicts locations of forests, parks, and nature museums searchable via zip code or city.
You may also download a spreadsheet of the education sites. The list contains the sites' names, addresses, contact information, websites and brief descriptions.
If you know of a forestry education site that you would like to see added to this map, please contact us.