Karen Christenson uses PLT to advocate for the environment as she teaches science at St. Anthony Park Elementary School in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Sara Forness is an environmental science and field biology teacher at West Fargo High School in North Dakota who helps students interact with the community.
Matthew (Matt) Schnabel, a science teacher at White Knoll High School in Lexington, South Carolina, uses PLT to teach AP Environmental Science and other courses.
Lilly Goodman-Allwright is an education consultant and owner at Alaska Insights in Eagle River, Alaska, who implements environmental education activities for adults and students.
Shelley Flanary is a park interpreter at Cossatot River State Park in Wickes, Arkansas. She relies on PLT resources to educate adults and children.
Eric Nelson teaches mathematics at New Britain High School, Connecticut. He uses environment-based problems in his lessons and helps students make data-driven decisions.
Robert (Bob) Carter is an outdoor and environmental education instructor at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois, who has used PLT for over 30 years.
Nakia Brown teaches sixth grade at Wingo Elementary School in Wingo, Kentucky, and helped her school receive Kentucky Green and Healthy School certification.
Cynthia Lawhon, a discoveries teacher at Claiborne Fundamental Elementary School in Shreveport, Louisiana, has worked hard to enrich her school’s teaching environment.
Kathleen Yeloushan is an education coordinator at Renaissance High School in Clarkston, Michigan, and works to provide PLT training for all local science educators.