Leading the Way in Environmental Education

Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning environmental education program designed for all educators working with students in Pre-K through 12th grade. Since its introduction in the early 1970’s, PLT has been recognized as a leading environmental education program. Through hands-on, interdisciplinary activities, PLT provides students with opportunities to investigate environmental issues and encourages them to make informed, responsible decisions.


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Georgia Project Learning Tree
Georgia Project Learning Tree
"Seeing nature through a child's eye is the most magical thing...", U.S. Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen.

Take a moment to watch and share this new video that highlights the benefits of Project Learning Tree and the impact we can have on future generations.
Georgia Project Learning Tree
Project Learning Tree is proud to share a new video, produced in collaboration with BBC StoryWorks, and featuring USDA Forest Service Chief Vicki Christianse...
Georgia Project Learning Tree
Georgia Project Learning Tree
Earlier this month, we had the opportunity to partner with Georgia Project WILD, Georgia Project WET, the Georgia Forestry Commission, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Georgia DNR, and Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center to present the 16th Annual Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop!

Nineteen educators from across the state joined us at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center to explore sustainable forestry practices, land, wildlife, and water management with natural resources professionals. Educators engaged in hands-on practical exercises designed to supplement their classroom curricula and student projects from Project Learning Tree, Project WET, and Project WILD!

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In-Kind Contributions

In-kind includes the following: Travel (hours and mileage) for PLT-related activities (State Steering Committee meetings, STEM night presentations, conference presentations, etc.); Hours spent planning, conducting, and following-up for events; Financial support (using personal funds to purchase materials/supplies, food, etc.) for a meeting, PD event, etc.

What Next…

Whether you are new to PLT or already a trained educator or facilitator, check out our upcoming events and professional development opportunities to see how you can get engaged!