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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. Next Generation of Science Standards and Project Learning Tree

    April 24 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    This workshop will provide an overview of the three-dimensions of NGSS and how Project Learning Tree activities can help meet the standards.  We will explore what is a performance assessment, delve into a few disciplinary core ideas and discuss cross cutting concepts. Project Learning Tree is an activity-based, supplementary curricula that support the teaching of conservation and science concepts. The activities are both interactive and interdisciplinary.  As students are intrinsically interested in wildlife, trees and the outdoors, they readily engage in learning.  Activities can be readily infused into everyday school subjects and busy classrooms.  Come dressed to be outside and bring lunch.  This workshop is being supported by the NH Division of Forests and Lands -Urban and Community Forestry Program.


  • Ellen O’Donnell – 2017 Outstanding Educator of the Year
    Ellen O’Donnell from Deerfield Community School as the 2017 Outstanding Educator of the Year. Ellen, an 8thgrade science teacher, received her award in a special ceremony at her school on June 7. Ellen has been engaged with Project Learning Tree for several years, coordinating trainings for the […]