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Wildlife has been in the United States longer than any settler or Indian tribe. From buffalo in the west to the white-tailed deer in the east, wildlife has been in the environment for centuries. When the settlers landed in the United States they had to learn how to interact with the wildlife and use it to their advantage…without exploiting it. What did the wildlife look like when settlers first arrived in the U.S. and how has it evolved over time?
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Agriculture
Level:
High School
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Lesson, Lesson Plan
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Date Added:
06/14/2023
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English
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Macie Wippel on Jun 14, 03:18pm

AFNR.HS.30.2 Analyze the human activities that influence the administration and management of natural resource management.
AFNR.HS.30.2.a Identify current state and national laws regarding private vs. public lands, hunting, fishing, wildlife, and fauna preservation.
AFNR.HS.30.2.d Summarize the impact, dependence, and influence of natural resources management on humans and the environment.

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