Here are two new resources from our valued national partners at the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics to help inspire you to enjoy our outdoor world responsibly:
Its Your Nature
Meet the new Subaru/Leave No Trace Teams and see why they think it takes more than checklists to protect our lands.
The Forest Classrooms Raising Responsible Children
The video helps tell Project Learning Tree’s story through the voices of Forest Service Chief Christiansen, local youth, and PLT-trained educators, and features a handful of activities that can be found in the new Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide, an award-winning collection of 50 hands-on educational activities that get children ages five through fourteen outdoors to learn about the natural world.
In addition to the new guide, Project Learning Tree offers a variety of resources for parents, educators, sustainability professionals, and community leaders, including:
- Free family activities
- Downloadable Activity Collections
- Professional development and continuing education
- New Forest Literacy Framework: A Guide to Teaching and Learning About Forests
To learn more about Project Learning Tree, please visit plt.org and connect with your local PLT State network to access high-quality professional development tailored to your state’s standards and environment. The Forest Classrooms Raising Responsible Children