What do Project Learning Tree educators do when it rains at an outdoor workshop? They make a TEACHER RAINBOW! (photo credit: Rachel Gold)

“This was the best professional development course I’ve had as a teacher. The instructor was well-prepared, had a plethora of materials for students to peruse, and developed a sequence that helped us understand science standards, various resources, the PLT curriculum and lessons, techniques, and so much more. I feel much more prepared for the start of the school year.”

– Becky King, workshop participant


PLT workshops in Alaska 

  • PreK-12
  • Pre-Service

Can’t make it to an in-person workshop?

We also offer online courses. 

Want to learn more about PLT in Alaska?

Check out PLT in Denali National Park: This resource developed by Alaskan educator Leola Rutherford contains 20 + mini-lessons for the new 2021 edition of PLT’s Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide.

Explore these PLT Resources for Alaska’s Teachers and Educators and contact your PLT State Coordinator:

Molly Gillespie

Alaska PLT State Coordinator

Alaska Natural Resource and Outdoor Education Association,
Alaska Division of Forestry, and Wasilla Soil and Water Conservation District
Mailing address: PO Box 176, Cantwell, AK 99729
[email protected]
(864) 331-9427