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Why should you support NH Project Learning Tree? Over 200 teachers are trained annually in Project Learning Tree preK-12 materials that are correlated to curriculum standards, providing tools they need to make nature their classroom. 100% of your tax deductible donation directly supports NH Project Learning Tree.

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  1. Designing, Creating and Teaching in Schoolyards Part 2

    March 30 @ 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

    Make a difference for wildlife and experience learning in the landscape of your schoolyard. This workshop series will give you the tools, skills and practice. Schoolyard investigations and habitat projects address multiple environmental and educational concepts that benefit landscape, learning and community. The often under-utilized schoolyard spaces can be transformed from blank stretches of lawn or beaten dirt to ecologically sound landscapes. Imagine these spaces alive with wildlife and native plants. They provide opportunities for authentic learning experiences integrated into the curriculum, scientific inquiry, hands-on minds-on interdisciplinary learning, peer mentorship, and community involvement. Discover how to make the most of YOUR school grounds. We recommend teams of 3 or more attend to work together to define and build a project. Read More


  • Project Learning Tree Curriculum Wins Teachers’ Choice Award
    Washington D.C. and Ottawa, ON – Project Learning Tree’s (PLT) Energy in Ecosystems curriculum for grades 3-5 has been selected a Learning® Magazine 2019 Teachers’ ChoiceSM Award (TCA) for the Classroom winner. Winners, including products from Scholastic and National Geographic, were […]