Katharine Fralick is a professor of education at Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, where she trains all of her undergraduate education students in PLT.
Julie McIntosh is an assistant professor of education at the University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio. She teaches early childhood and high school science methods classes.
Kari Abbott is a classroom volunteer and the volunteer chairperson for the 4-H Junior Master Gardener Project at Virginia Cooperative Extension, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Heidi Campbell teaches science and Arkansas history to grades 6-8 at Mabelvale Magnet Middle School in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Jane Thornes teaches fourth grade at Heyburn Elementary School in St. Maries, Idaho, and uses her own working forest as an outdoor classroom.
Brenda Smith teaches fourth grade at Oil City Elementary Magnet School, Oil City, and helped her school become one of Louisiana’s four PLT-certified schools.
Barbara Cook teaches science, reading, and computers to grades 7-8 at Greenfield Middle School in Greenfield, Ohio. She also facilitates environmental education presentations.
Anne Bohnet directs the Science and Technology Enrichment Program for grades 3-12 at the Ruth Patrick Science Education Center in Aiken, South Carolina.
Robin Nelson is an environmental education coordinator for the Alabama Department of Education in Montgomery. She developed a secondary curriculum called Water Sourcebook.
Barbara Patterson is an instructor at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she teaches about forestry, wildlife, and natural resources using PLT.