In this issue: There were 21 PLT service events on the Presidential Inauguration Day of Service; a middle school teacher shares which PLT activities she uses in the outdoors; PLT GreenWorks! projects are taking place across the country, including a beachfront cleanup in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
World-class scenery, behind-the-scenes tours, and local interviews are combined with reflection, peer-to-peer leadership development, and learning about the world’s forests.
News & Updates
|Showcase Environmental Education at a School in Your CommmunityBy Vanessa Bullwinkle|
Will your students be participating in an outdoor activity to celebrate Arbor Day and Earth Day? Are you planning an environmental education event with a school in your community during the month of April?
|Environmental Education and Community Service Combine to Improve Student LearningBy Vanessa Bullwinkle|
Project Learning Tree awards 58 grants for service-learning projects.
|Presidential Inauguration Day of Service Engages Students with Communities on Environmental ProjectsBy Vanessa Bullwinkle|
Honoring a nationwide call for community service, Project Learning Tree organized twenty one environmental service events around the country, including one in the nation’s capitol that launched a model community GreenSchool initiative.
|Take the Trash Out By Vanessa Bullwinkle|
Thirty high-school students from St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands educate and involve their community in keeping their beautiful beachfronts clean.
|Every Child OutdoorsBy Susan Ward|
A middle school teacher in South Carolina uses a variety of PLT activities to take her students outdoors.
|EE Resources -- Winter 2009By Jaclyn Stallard|
Grants, online tools, guides, and websites.