Project Learning Tree schools share lessons teachers learned after starting a class garden.
The awards acknowledge students, teachers, and administrators who reduce their school’s environmental impact and utility costs, improve health and wellness, and incorporate effective sustainability education.
Help teenagers explore the variety of green jobs and careers in forestry and conservation with these 4 activities, suitable for schools or community youth programs.
The awards acknowledge the students, teachers, and school administrators who are working to improve the sustainability, health, and safety of school facilities; ensure nutrition and fitness practices; and engage students in real-world learning.
Dr. Michele A. Korb is an associate professor and science educator in the College of Education and Allied Studies at California State University-East Bay. Michele …
Jana researches, teaches, publishes, and presents on the integration of technology and environmental education to improve teaching skills. She incorporated PLT into a Survey of …
Nancy Loewenstein is an Alabama Extension Specialist with the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences. She promotes environmental education as a teacher, facilitator, …
Anne Mannarino directs Project SWIRL (Standards Within Real World Learning) at Regent University in Providence Forge, Virginia, which helps K-12 teachers of science.
Building school gardens, reconstructing running trails, creating maple sugar. Highlights from projects funded by Project Learning Tree’s GreenWorks! grants program.
Nearly 4,000 students across the country will participate in community-based environmental projects.