Playing smart against Invasive Species how to enjoy and protect the great outdoors
(DVD)

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Washington, D.C. : US Forest Service
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DVD
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DVD ed.
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1 videodisc (DVD)(67 min.): sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Rating:
Not rated.
Status:
Buena Vista DVD Non-Fiction
DVD 582 Ply
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America's spectacular public and private lands and waters provide some of the greatest opportunities for outdoor recreation in the world. However, these beautiful and inspiring natural places in which we enjoy our outdoor recreation heritage are under attack from hundreds of invasive plants, animals, and pathogens. These exotic invaders disrupt the natural ecological balance of these places and can negatively impact the quality of our outdoor recreation experiences, reduce access to these areas, and can threaten human health and safety. The loss of outdoor recreation uses in an area due to invasive species infestations can drastically impact local recreation-dependent economies. In response, outdoor recreation enthusiasts-campers, hikers, climbers, bikers, boaters, OHV riders, skiers, horseback riders, guides/outfitters, and many others-are fighting back to protect and enjoy the places they love by becoming aware of what they can do and taking steps to prevent the spread of these invaders. Prevention and control of invasive species is an achievable goal linked directly to common outdoor recreation ethics and stewardship principles. By working together, all of us can keep America's lands and waters protected for future generations.

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English

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Languages: English.
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Not rated.
Description
America's spectacular public and private lands and waters provide some of the greatest opportunities for outdoor recreation in the world. However, these beautiful and inspiring natural places in which we enjoy our outdoor recreation heritage are under attack from hundreds of invasive plants, animals, and pathogens. These exotic invaders disrupt the natural ecological balance of these places and can negatively impact the quality of our outdoor recreation experiences, reduce access to these areas, and can threaten human health and safety. The loss of outdoor recreation uses in an area due to invasive species infestations can drastically impact local recreation-dependent economies. In response, outdoor recreation enthusiasts-campers, hikers, climbers, bikers, boaters, OHV riders, skiers, horseback riders, guides/outfitters, and many others-are fighting back to protect and enjoy the places they love by becoming aware of what they can do and taking steps to prevent the spread of these invaders. Prevention and control of invasive species is an achievable goal linked directly to common outdoor recreation ethics and stewardship principles. By working together, all of us can keep America's lands and waters protected for future generations.
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Not rated.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Playing smart against Invasive Species: how to enjoy and protect the great outdoors. DVD ed. Washington, D.C.: US Forest Service.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Playing Smart against Invasive Species: How to Enjoy and Protect the Great Outdoors. Washington, D.C.: US Forest Service.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Playing Smart against Invasive Species: How to Enjoy and Protect the Great Outdoors. Washington, D.C.: US Forest Service.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Playing Smart against Invasive Species: How to Enjoy and Protect the Great Outdoors. DVD ed. Washington, D.C.: US Forest Service, DVD.

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