Books about Wisconsin Forestry
In Grandpa's Woods
Intended audience: 4-7 year olds
Description: Two children discover many benefits of forests as they visit their grandparent's woods. A product of Trees For Tomorrow in Eagle River (celebrating their 60th anniversary in 2004) and available for sale by phone at 1-800-838-9472
An e-version of the book for older children is available here.
You can order the book online at treesfortomorrow.com for $14.95 plus $5.32 tax and shipping.
Wisconsin Forest Tales
Intended audience: 9-12 year olds
Description: A collection of eight historical fiction stories to help fourth-graders learn about Wisconsin forest history. A product of:
This book is not for sale. Copies have been distributed free of charge to Wisconsin public libraries, elementary school libraries and 4th-grade teachers in Wisconsin.
Author Julia Pferdehirt is available to do school and community presentations.
One Hundred Years of Wisconsin Forestry
Intended audience: High school students and adults
Description: Chronicles the evolution of sustainable forestry in Wisconsin over the past one hundred years. A product of Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association (celebrating their 25th anniversary in 2004) and available for sale from them:
P.O. Box 285, Stevens Point, WI 54481
You can order the book by sending a note requesting the book and a check payable to WWOA for $28.95 per book. Send to WWOA, PO Box 285, Stevens Point, WI 54481. Questions? contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 715/346-4798