Enthusiasm for learning. Empowered to make a difference. Improved health and academic performance. Just some of the benefits of EE for youth, educators, schools, communities.
Scout troop leaders and volunteers, and those who provide scout programs at nature centers, parks, and community recreation facilities, can quickly identify Project Learning Tree …
Discover how experiential learning across all subjects can be achieved by encouraging your students to use a nature journal.
Maureen Stine is a Conservation Educator for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Onaway, Michigan. She is dedicated to service-learning and uses PLT as her main resource.
Allison Hall Kiesler developed K-5 programs as the Children’s Garden Programmer at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia.
Michelle Viney is a conservation program manager at Audubon Arkansas in Fayetteville who promotes environmental education using PLT.
Beverly Smith directs the Larry Box Conservation Education Center in Brookeville, Mississippi. She facilitates the use of PLT throughout her school district.
Dusty Downey is a community naturalist for Audubon Rockies who loves to engage youth in the local forest ecosystem.
A photo slide show illustrates 20 years of PLT GreenWorks! projects.
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.