PLT celebrates five outstanding educators who use environmental education to provide children and adults with skills to meet 21st century needs.
As Children’s Garden Educator at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens in Richmond, Tarneshia plans and carries out nature activities for children and their families. Previously she …
Learn how this student got her school principal to agree to starting a GreenSchools program, and what she is doing to motivate teachers and students.
Helping kids learn from nature is all in a day’s work for Project Learning Tree’s 2016 National Outstanding Educators. Here’s how they do it.
Anne Mannarino directs Project SWIRL (Standards Within Real World Learning) at Regent University in Providence Forge, Virginia, which helps K-12 teachers of science.
Allison Hall Kiesler developed K-5 programs as the Children’s Garden Programmer at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden in Richmond, Virginia.
Fishburn Park students in Roanoke do indeed care for fish–as well as recycle, monitor water quality, and a whole lot more!
It’s important to teach students the impact pollinators have on our lives. Here are pollinator projects created by students of all ages.
Usha is an Associate Professor at Marymount University in Virginia who trains her students to utilize PLT’s resources and has led teaching groups to India.
Sixth grade students at Glenvar Middle School in Salem, Va., built raised beds and cooked their own food. This “Project Produce” has encouraged healthy lifestyles in the classroom and at home.