Forest Education & Awareness Program (FEAP) Resources...

To partners in forestry and FEAP Network Partners

We encourage you to use the FEAP resources and downloads below to complement your efforts in promoting the FEAP key messages to youth, citizens and visitors.

To lodging facilities, restaurants, attractions, and tourism related organizations

If you would like to more effectively answer visitor questions about working forests, we encourage you to utilize the FEAP resources and downloads below.  Add the FEAP logo to your promotional materials including:  brochures, placemats, newsletters, calendars, and other items at no cost to you.

To educators and schools

We encourage you to become acquainted with and to understand the FEAP key messages, which are the collective voice of forest partners, by utilizing the resources and downloads below in your lesson planning in core curricular areas.

If you are a FEAP Network Partner, we encourage you to use the FEAP resources and downloads to complement your efforts in promoting the FEAP key messages to youth, citizens and visitors.

If you are a lodging facility, restaurant, attraction, or other tourism related entity who would like to more effectively answer visitor questions about the greater working forests in the Itasca County region, we encourage you to utilize the FEAP resources and downloads.

If you are an educator, we encourage you to become acquainted and to understand the FEAP guiding principles, the collective voice of FEAP Network Partners, by utilizing these downloads and resources within your classroom.

List of available FEAP resources:

Note: You will need Acrobat Reader to read any of the PDF files listed above.  If you do not have Acrobat Reader installed on you system, you can download it for free by clicking on the the Acrobat Reader icon. 

 

 


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