Project Learning Tree

What is Project Learning Tree?

Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators working with students in pre-K through grade 12. It uses the forest as a "window" into natural and built environments, helping people gain an awareness and knowledge of the world around them as well as their place within it. Project Learning Tree is a source of interdisciplinary instructional activities and provides workshops and in-service programs for teachers, foresters, park and nature center staff, and youth group leaders. Project Learning Tree is people! It is an international network of students, teachers, parents, community leaders, educational administrators, and representatives from the forest and paper industry, resource agencies and, conservation groups. Project Learning Tree works in the city and the country, whether there is a forest or a single tree. It helps prepare students to make wise decisions about conservation practices and resource use.

For More Information:

Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism
"Project Learning Tree"
2610 Claflin Rd.
Manhattan, KS 66502
or call (785)-532-3305