Laurie Root, a naturalist with South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks in Rapid City, is a hub connecting environmental educators in South Dakota.
Michael Murphrey, a staff forester for the Texas Forest Service in Lufkin, Texas, educates the public about conservation, especially invasives like the southern pine beetle.
Kayleen Pritchard is a consultant on science education for the Pacific Education Institute in Indianola, Washington. She integrated PLT into curricula for her school district.
A new volunteer program at Long Island Children’s Museum trains teens to become museum educators. The volunteers develop interactive nature and science programming for children and adults.
Patricia Dunlap is a science and environmental education consultant for Stanislaus and Tuolumne County Schools in Sonora, California.
Lucy Diggins-Wold is an information and education specialist with Wyoming Game & Fish in Green River, a mainstay for PLT Wyoming, and dedicated environmental educator.
Jay Schneider is a naturalist and interpreter at Lake Fort Smith State Park in Mountainburg, Arkansas, who helped incorporate PLT in all state park programming.
Michael Mansour is a naturalist and environmental educator who uses PLT in many programs at Hawk Woods Nature Center in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Jeannine May is a 25-year veteran of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service who serves as a public affairs officer in Jackson, Mississippi.
Jonathan Nute is a forest resources extension educator at the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension in Hillsborough County who trains teachers in PLT.