Exchange Natural Resource Expertise Globally
The month's theme reflects on Goal #3 "Apply Knowledge Globally" and objective I: "Exchange natural resource expertise." Today, knowledge from many disciplines and issues is interconnected, both within and outside the Forest Service. International cooperation is necessary to conserve biodiversity and sustain the ecological, social, economic, and commercial viability of global forest resources across disciplines and jurisdictional boundaries.
- Through inquiry and knowledge transfer, the Forest Service provides land managers with better information, applications and tools to improve nature resource management.
- The sharing of knowledge, technology, and applications helps the global nature resource community make better management decision in our collective effort to care for all lands and deliver sustainable benefits to people.
- To benefit from global knowledge, the Forest Service continually interacts with partners worldwide.
- By sharing information and learning from our world-wide partners, we engage in a global conversation about forest and grassland conservation.
Predicting Erosion and Storm Runoff on High-Elevation RoadsMountain roads are hard to stabilize due to water erosion and use.
Preserving cultural legacy, investing in the futureWorking together to stabilize property ownership
Researchers look beyond the numbers to see the true impacts of global forest loss
Rufiji Mangrove Research and Training Forest in TanzaniaA forest road in Tanzania