High school students investigate their own community to understand the environmental, social, and economic impacts of decisions connected to community growth and change.
High school students conduct research and apply critical thinking skills as they explore how humans around the world interact with and depend upon diverse forests.
Get your students to contribute to scientific research by joining thousands of others in gathering environmental and climate change information from across the country.
Building school gardens, reconstructing running trails, creating maple sugar. Highlights from projects funded by Project Learning Tree’s GreenWorks! grants program.
Engage students in STEM as they investigate their school site, energy use, water, waste and recycling practices.
Nearly 4,000 students across the country will participate in community-based environmental projects.
Ten years ago, my life changed. It happened when I met Pat Maloney, the Project Learning Tree State Coordinator in Maine.
High school students discuss perspectives about biodiversity and impacts related to decisions about growth and development, energy use and water quality, and human health.
Project Learning Tree continues to develop new online professional development opportunities for educators that are carefully designed to create effective learning experiences.
It’s trial and error, and lots of learning, for students developing an aquaponics systems at a Michigan high school.