This month’s theme reflects the Forest Service’s commitment to applying knowledge globally and exchanging natural resource expertise. Today, knowledge from multiple disciplines 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 jurisdictional boundaries.
The communication messages this month include inspiring stories of the Forest Service’s long record of land management success across complex and changing environments. These stories showcase our world-class expertise in research and development as well as our vast collection of geospatial data and innovation.
Did You Know?
- The Forest Service provides land managers with the information, applications, and tools needed to improve nature resource management
- Sharing knowledge, technology, and applications helps the global nature resource community manage land sustainably
- To benefit from global knowledge, the Forest Service continually interacts with partners worldwide
- By sharing information with and learning from our worldwide partners, we engage in a global conversation about forest and grassland conservation