Ohio

Students in Columbus, OH doing PLT activity: The Web of Life“I loved how we did so many activities during the workshop! This was the most helpful workshop I’ve been to all year. I’m excited to teach these activities.”

– Ohio Nonformal Educator

“PLT is an exciting day. It helps me accomplish the goals I have for my students by engaging them in real-world problem-solving. My students know that it is a student-centered activity. It encourages them to make observations.”

– Michael Sustin, Science Teacher, West Geauga High School, Chesterland, Ohio

PLT workshops in Ohio

  • Early Childhood
  • PreK-8
  • Secondary Module themed workshops (7-12)
  • College Pre-Service (PreK-12)
  • Professional Development In-Service (PreK-12)
  • Varied themed Project Learning Tree workshops
  • PLT workshops (all levels) in conjunction with Project WILD, and/or Project WET
  • Annual summer Teacher Forest Field Days (2 days)
  • 3-6 hour non-credit (professional development) workshops
  • 15-plus-hour semester credit (optional) workshops

All types of PLT workshops are available on request throughout the year.

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

We also offer online courses.

Want to learn more about PLT in Ohio?

Visit the Ohio PLT Website and contact your PLT State Coordinator:


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Sue Wintering
PLT State Coordinator 
2045 Morse Road, H-1
Columbus, OH 43229-6605

614-265-6657
Sue.Wintering@dnr.state.oh.us