Happy National Forest Week!

The National Forest Foundation just kickstarted their annual celebration of National Forest Week. Caring for our forests is more important than ever, as warmer weather and the onset of wildfires poses a massive threat to forest health in the US. If you choose to explore your local forests this week, be sure to keep your campfire small and double check regional protocols.

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National Forest Week

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The National Forest Foundation just kickstarted their annual celebration of National Forest Week. Caring for our forests is more important than ever, as warmer weather and the onset of wildfires poses a massive threat to forest health in the US. If you choose to explore your local forests this week, be sure to keep your campfire small and double check regional protocols.
Learn more about National Forest Week here.

Outdoor Tips and Good Reads

🔥Want to explore your local forests but are worried about wildfires? Check out these wildfire safety tips for outdoor recreation.

💧This summer is HOT and staying hydrated is key. Check out these tips on choosing hydration packs for your outdoor adventures!

🏞 Stepping away from our phones can be a huge challenge. Read about how this artist captures and appreciates the outdoors through painting.

🏕 Looking to go camping but have no idea where to go? Here are the best places to camp in all fifty states. Enjoy!


What We’re Watching

Secrets of the Whales from National Geographic

Secrets of the Whales from National Geographic

Secrets of the Whales, from National Geographic, plunges viewers deep within the epicenter of whale culture to experience the extraordinary communication skills and intricate social structures of five different whale species: orcas, humpbacks, belugas, narwhals and sperm whales. Filmed over three years in 24 locations, throughout this epic journey, we learn that whales are far more complex and more like us than ever imagined.”

Events

July 15, 7:00 p.m. EDT: Live Draw with Artist Bryn Merrell

[Livestream tutorial] Join the National Forest Foundation and Bryn Merrell for an Instagram livestream drawing tutorial. This event is open to anyone, and you can download the National Forest draw-along template coloring page here.

July 24, 6:00 a.m. EDT: Sharing Poetry: Mountains and Climbing

[Poetry reading] Sheffield Libraries is giving you the opportunity to share and listen to poems on the theme of “mountains and climbing.” If you’re a poetry lover, be sure to check out this free virtual event!

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