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Remember Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires

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Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires

Author : Desi Northup
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Comic Joke Book Series These books are great gifts for any and all occasions. Great gifts for birthday presents, Christmas, Mothers and Father's Day and are even better gifts when there really is No occasion at all. These KID FRIENDLY Comic Books are the most entertaining books you'll find on the market today. This comic book series is a compilation of jokes and cartoons about literally EVERYTHING under the sun; from your backyard to the far reaches of the galaxy. Laughs and chuckles from the first page to the last in a cartoon driven style. Colorful cartoon artwork is paired with each joke, adding an extra laugh on every page. All books can be ordered either in black and white or in Full Living Color! Look for an asterisk* and color logo on front cover of each book for color version. Black + white are same without color. Other books, after you've seen the first few pages, you've seen it all. These comic books are real page turners. Every page is new and different, and...OH! Did I mention --- entertaining!!!

Our Family Depends on Your Family

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Please Folks be Extra Careful this Year

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Remember Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires

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Remember only You

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This Will Introduce You to the 1947 Campaign to Prevent Forest Woods and Range Fires

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United States Government Publications Monthly Catalog

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The Fisherman

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The Smokey Bear Story

Author : Ellen E. Morrison
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Traces the history of advertisements featuring the Smokey Bear character, shows the different ways he has been portrayed since 1944, and discusses his role in fire prevention and other conservation campaigns.

You and Forest Fires

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Smokey s 1992 Campaign Catalog

Author : United States. Forest Service
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Curios

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A debut collection featuring a new form of koan-like poetry.

The Everyday Internet All in One Desk Reference For Dummies

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Smokey s Campaign Catalog

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Both Sides of the Border

Author : Linda Fernandez
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This volume complements Shared Space: Rethinking the U.S.-Mexico Border Environment, edited by Lawrence Herzog and Environmental Management on North America's Borders, edited by Richard Kiy and John Wirth. This volume expands the range of issues addressed in previous volumes as well as focuses on comprehensive assessments of cooperative efforts of the U.S. and Mexico to solve environmental problems. All environmental media are addressed along the border: land, air, water, as well as sources of pollution (transportation, agriculture, energy, industrial production, urban growth, hazardous waste generation) and biodiversity resources (migratory aquatic and terrestrial forest and insect species). Academic, government, environmental management and policy audiences can benefit from the volume to address environmental policy for borders around the world because the chapters integrate natural science and social science theory, analytical methods and data into the arena of international environmental policy analysis.

Forest Fires

Author : Michele Ingber Drohan
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Discusses different kinds of forest fires, what causes them, where they occur, and how they can be prevented.

Adweek

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Vols. for 1981- include four special directory issues.

The Handy Science Answer Book

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Presenting a fun and educational way to explore the wonders of the world of science, this newly updated edition poses and answers 2,200 questions, providing an abundance of original and interesting science facts. Children and adults will uncover some of the most interesting, unusual, and quirky science curiosities such as: Are cell phones dangerous to your health? Is the same strain of yeast used to make different types of beer? What is the cleanest fossil fuel? What is the largest invertebrate? Readers will find this informative and enjoyable resource is chock full of hundreds of intriguing science and technology topics, from the inner workings of the human body and outer space to math, computers, planes, trains, and automobiles.

Black Hills National Forest

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Once vital to fire prevention and detection, most of the Black Hills National Forest historic lookout towers now serve primarily as hiking destinations. The first crude lookout structures were built at Custer Peak and Harney Peak in 1911. Since that time, more than 20 towers have been constructed in the area. The first lookout towers were built of wood, most replaced by steel or stone. The Civilian Conservation Corps was instrumental in constructing fire towers during the 1930s and 1940s. One of the most famous and architecturally and aesthetically valued towers is the Harney Peak Fire Lookout—situated on the highest point east of the Rocky Mountains. Harney Peak is among a number of Black Hills towers listed on the National Historic Lookout Register. Over 200 vintage images tell the story of not only the historic fire towers but those who manned them. Perched atop high peaks in remote locations, fire lookout personnel spent countless hours scanning the forest, pinpointing dangers, often experiencing the powerful wrath of lightning strong enough to jolt them off their lightning stools.