USDA: Forest Health Protection Related

USDA Forest Service:: 100 Years of Caring for the Land and Service People. A career with the Forest Service will challenge you to manage and care for more than 193 million acres of our nation’s most magnificent lands, conduct research through a network of forest and range experiment stations and the Forest Products Laboratory, and provide assistance to State and private forestry agencies. It’s an awesome responsibility – but the rewards are as limitless as the v

USDA Forest Service - Publications:: Publications from the forest service of the United States Department of Agriculture. Useful links to resources on forest health, forest fire and forest ecosystems.

USDA Forest Service: Urban Natural Resources Stewardship:: Information on current research on the effects of the urban forest on air quality, climate, and carbon dioxide; as well as, research on urban forest management.

USDA Forest Service - Climate Change Research Center:: Official government site for resource managers and decision-makers who need information and tools to address climate change in planning and project implementation on lands in the Western USA. Includes a toolbox and library.

Forest Protection Limited:: Provides services and aircrafts for fire, vegetation and pest management, airborne weather collection, aerial granular spreading, surveys, DGPS/GIS mapping, aerial photography and inspections.

U.S. EPA - Office of Children's Health Protection (OCHP):: Environmental Protection Agency site on children's environment and health. Publications, references and resources.

Children's Environmental Health Information Resources for Public Health Professionals:: National Network of Libraries of Medicine project to provide public health professionals with access to information resources.

Aquatic Health Resources Aquaculture Fish Health Products:: Disease management for the fish farming industry. Products, services, and contacts.

Washington State Department of Health Environmental Health Programs:: Work with local governments and other agencies in the areas of safe drinking water, food and shell fish safety, radiation safety, wastewater management, pesticide exposures, vector borne diseases and general sanitation.

Public Health Agency of Canada: Environment and Health:: Provides information on environmental health. Includes resources for professionals, educators and the public and frequently asked questions on pesticides.

  • New Additions: Pests and Diseases
The Global Journal of Wood Science, Forestry and Wildlife
Pest Tracker
Tent Caterpillars
Problem: Iron Chlorosis on Trees
Saving Hemlocks