Posters

DNR Forestry offers a variety of educational posters. Most include photocopy–ready 8.5" x 11" information panels on the back for classroom use. To request a free poster, email info.dnr@state.mn.us or call 888–MINN–DNR or 651–296–6157.

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Plant Trees for a Brighter Minnesota

Audience: All

Description: This brightly colored poster will inspire Minnesotans of all ages to plant trees for a better future.

Size: 22" x 17"


From Small Seeds, Grow BIG Dreams

Audience: Grades 6–12

Description: This brightly colored poster illustrates that all plants, big or small, start from seed. The back of the poster is divided into sections to tell the story of a seed from formation to germination and provide other information.

Size: 12.5" x 24"


Be on the Lookout for Big Trouble—in a Small Package

Audience: Adults

Description: This poster focuses on the invasive pest emerald ash borer (EAB). The back of the poster contains information on where EAB came from, identifying ash trees, identifying EAB, firewood connections, and much more.

Size: 20" x 30"


Stop Invasive Plants Poster

Audience: Adults
Description: This poster focuses on some of the nonnative plants that are invading Minnesota's forests and fields. The back of the poster contains information on definitions, how to control invasive plants, and a calendar for integrated roadside vegetation management."

Size: 24" x 24" octagon


Minnesota Biomes Poster

Audience: Grades 5–12
Description: This poster focuses on the classification of Minnesota's ecosystems. The back of the poster is divided into panels containing information on each on Minnesota's four biomes (coniferous forest, deciduous forest, prairie grassland, and tallgrass aspen parkland) as well as other information.

Size: 20" x 30"


Trees for All Seasons

Audience: Grades 5–12

Description: This poster highlights trees through all seasons in Minnesota. The front depicts a forest in all four seasons. The back is divided into photocopy-ready panels with information about tree growth and changes in each of the seasons, along with information on native trees and tree care.

Size: 20" x 30"


Arbor Month Poster

Audience: All

Description: Each year a new Arbor Month Poster is created. The poster represents ways people can celebrate trees. Look for updated Arbor Month information each spring. May is Arbor Month.

Size: Varies


Minnesota Forest Treasures

Audience: All

Description: This poster features 35 of Minnesota's 52 native tree species. The front illustrates the leaf and seed as well as the tree form. Educators can photocopy the eight panels on the back of the poster for classroom handouts and background information.

Size: 30" x 20"


Minnesota State Symbols

Audience: All

Description: This poster highlights some of Minnesota's natural resources?based symbols, their history, and their significance. Symbols include red pine (state tree), agate (state mineral), loon (state bird), and monarch butterfly (state insect).

Size: 30" x 20"


Smokey Bear

Audience: Grades K–6

Description: A series of 15 posters from the USDA Forest Service Smokey Bear program helps students with basic plant and animal identification while building an appreciation for the natural world.

Size: 30" x 20"