New Hampshire Project Learning Tree

"The day we spent out on the Jennings Forest with the Gilford 5th grade students is one of the highlights of my year."

Jack Bronnenberg, Professional Logger

Our Partners

We are fortunate to work in partnership with many federal and state agencies and private organizations to provide quality environmental education in the state.  They help us to promote those vital connections within and among our communities that make New Hampshire a special place to live, learn, grow and work. Our partners include…

American Forest Foundation

Bicentennial Elementary School, Nashua, NH

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains

GLOBE Program

Granite State Division of the Society of American Foresters

Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest

NH Department of Education

NH Tree Farm Program

Project HOME

Project WET

Project WILD

Society for the Protection of NH Forests

UNH Cooperative Extension

USDA Forest Service

White Mountain National Forest


NH Education and Environment Team (NHEET)
NHEET is a public-private collaborative of state-based, teacher professional development providers in the fields of environmental education, natural science, and scientific inquiry.  Members include NHPLT, Project WET at NH Department of Environmental Services, Projects WILD and Home at the NH Fish and Game Department, the GLOBE Program, and the USDA Forest Service.  Our mission is to support schools and teachers to provide their students with the resources and opportunities to be skilled and knowledgable stewards of our natural environment.

Don Winsor of HHP, Karen Bennett of UNH Cooperative Extension, and Dave Govatski from Jefferson enjoy teaching educators about forest management.

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