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.
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.
Strong support for PLT comes from the principal, teachers, and students at this Florida K-8 school.
Discovering an endangered Ozark chestnut tree (also called Chinquapin) in the woods near the school campus inspired Acorn School students to take action.
PLT GreenSchools investigations provide a firm foundation at Walden Community School in Winter Park, Florida.
Students at Alder Avenue Middle School did not just complain about the quality of a nearby river–they did something about it.
PLT GreenSchools results in a greener environment–and confident, self-assured students–at a Kansas high school.
From Landfill Larry to an “idle-free” pick-up zone, students at Dimensions of Learning Academy found innovative ways to make a difference.