Using Technology as an Entry Tool to Nature

Technology is an entry tool that can make learning about the natural world exciting and fun. Students used technology to create a digital interpretive guide for a local trail in Maine.

Outstanding Educator
Tracy McMullen

Tracy is an Environmental Education Coordinator at the DeVries Nature Conservancy in Owosso, Michigan. She has shared PLT with thousands of educators.

Outstanding Educator
Trish Penny

Trish is an Education Coordinator at the Laramie Rivers Conservation District in Wyoming. She has educated thousands of adults and children using PLT programs.

Outstanding Educator
Joy Barney

Joy Barney is a conservation education program specialist with the U.S. Forest Service who coordinates environmental programs around Lake Tahoe in California.

Outstanding Educator
Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell, Education Coordinator with the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Natural Areas in Texas, educates thousands of people each year.

Outstanding Educator
Joan Chadde

Joan Chadde is the Education Program Coordinator at Michigan Technological University in Houghton, Michigan, where she also teaches a course called Communicating Science.