Oregon Forest Literacy Program

The Oregon Forest Literacy Program includes a forest education conceptual framework and a scope and sequence, which together offer educators guidance for developing curricula and classroom lessons related to forests. It includes examples of service-learning projects that connect to Oregon forests. The program's built-in flexibility makes it useful for a wide range of applications to increase forest literacy, including classroom instruction.

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4. Various sources of energy are used to power human activities.
8. Wood based bio-fuels are one form of energy that is renewable

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4.3 Fossil and biofuels are organic matter that contain energy captured from sunlight.

8.1 Sources of cellulosic residuals used are found in forest operations and in industry process