Be inspired and learn what can be accomplished in a small amount of time with these tips from teachers at a middle school in Oklahoma.
Invasive species are degrading natural ecosystems across the country. As a science teacher at Carmichaels High School in Pennsylvania, I wanted to design a service-learning …
Multiplication often results in ending up with more than you had at the start. That’s what happened with Environmental Learning Multiplied, or ELM, a program that took place at Sloan’s Lake Park in Denver.
The Earth Team at a California middle school diverted 40% of their school’s waste from landfills as part of a school-wide project.
“No excuses, just solutions” is the motto of McKinley Tech, a PLT GreenSchool in the nation’s capital. Read about the motto in action.
Students in an urban Baltimore high school finds creative ways to restore the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem–learning and providing a valuable service at the same time.
It’s clear why this Florida school was selected to help pilot the national PLT GreenSchools program.
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 Kansas high school teacher inspires her students–and they inspire her–to seek ways to go green.
Environmental awareness permeates Lothrop Science and Technology Magnet School, a pre-K through fourth-grade school in Omaha.