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.
A dedicated Tree Farmer, who has welcomed fourth-graders on her land for more than 20 years, ponders how to connect the next generation with nature.
Discovering an endangered Ozark chestnut tree (also called Chinquapin) in the woods near the school campus inspired Acorn School students to take action.
Students at Alder Avenue Middle School did not just complain about the quality of a nearby river–they did something about it.
This charter school in Navajo Nation relies on age-old and cutting-edge learning practices.
A Washington outdoor learning center, housed in structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, is still going strong.
An elementary school in Louisiana proves Project Learning Tree is a powerful tool that can be used to improve student test scores.
Planning and tending a garden is an avenue for all students to build character and gain skills. It allows special needs students have the opportunity to expand their capabilities in a collaborative, hands-on setting.
A foundation of PLT’s broad-based curriculum is support and enrichment of a variety of teaching and learning opportunities for teachers and students alike. PLT activities …