• Outstanding Educator
    Pam Wilson

    Pam Wilson, K-8 Substitute Teacher and Facilitator, Oregon Natural Resources Program, Corvallis, Oregon

    Pam Wilson, a former classroom teacher and Forest Service interpreter,  continues to use PLT activities as a substitute teacher with grades K-8.  She also volunteers with Oregon Trout’s Salmon Watch program, often to teach about local watershed issues. She is also a well-respected facilitator of the Oregon Natural Resources Education Program. After discovering PLT in the mid-1980s, she became an enthusiastic facilitator and has since used PLT with both kids and adults. Her experience and enthusiasm to share serve her well as she teaches new generations of teachers about PLT at Linn Benton Community College and at Oregon State University.

    Pam was named National PLT Outstanding Educator Honoree in 2009.