Links

Forestry / Botany Related

Society of American Foresters

Resources for students and professionals including a jobs database.

World Forestry Center

All kinds of information about forestry, including educational tools.

Hoyt Arboretum

A massive, 187-acre living museum, with more than 1,000 species represented.

Rainyleaf

Awesome blog with botany info, species profiles and more! I love it!

Unrelated Awesome Stuff

The Evolution of Eating

A professional cook I know shares advice on cooking restaurant-quality meals at home for cheaper than a trip to a drive-thru.

Ice Cream for Lunch

These people led ten folks on a tour of Ghana while building fresh wells, handing out prosthetic arms and other various amazing stuff. This chronicles the trip and other projects. If you’ve ever wanted to see someone work out with car parts, this is your blog.

Fizzbucket

Musings and random comics by a med student doing her residency.

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La Jicarita

An Online Magazine of Environmental Politics in New Mexico

AgStudy

U.S. Graduate School Opportunities in Agriculture

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Wood on Fire - Topics of Lumber Industry

Economics for Lumber Industry

Logger's Daughter (metsurin tytär)

Finland forestry and agriculture: an exchange student's lessons in language and culture.

The Green Thumb 2.0

A mix of botany, gardening and photography

Africa is a Country

a site of media criticism, analysis and new writing

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Midwest Naturalist

Living in harmony with our creator, his creation and all living things.

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