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.
Ginger Boswell is a substitute teacher in Magnolia, Texas, who invites school groups to visit her forestland and leads PLT activities for pre=service educators.
A teacher shares her story about how hands-on activities used inside and outside the classroom can help students gain knowledge and an appreciation for the environment.
Gail Lutowski is an education program specialist for the Mary Kahrs Warnell Forest Education Center in Guyton, Georgia, whose programs have reached over 20,000 people.