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  1. Joint Project WILD and Project Learning Tree for Summer Programs and After-School

    June 19 @ 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

    Join us for this all day workshop to explore Project Learning Tree and Project WILD. Activity-based, supplementary curricula supports teaching of wildlife, trees and forests and related conservation education concepts Great for summer camp leaders and after school program providers looking for quick, educational activities to do indoors and -outdoors Participate in several fun and engaging outdoor activities Time to explore the guides and practice leading an activity Every participant will receive both guides. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Please bring your own lunch. Come dressed for the weather. This workshop is supported by NH Fish and Game Department-Durant Grant and NH Division of Forests and Lands For more information: Mary Goodyear at 271-6649 and [email protected] Judy Silverberg at 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 […]