Forest Service and the Ad Council have teamed up with Universal Pictures and Project Learning Tree to create an educational curriculum for the Discover the Forest Public Service Advertising campaign featuring Dr.
What does PLT stand for?
PLT stands for Project Learning Tree
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Rusert was previously named Walmart teacher of the year in 2005 and one of five 2012 Project Learning Tree national outstanding educators.
MEMPHIS, TN -- The Hardwood Forest Foundation awarded more than $10,000 in grant funding to Project Learning Tree programs across the United States.
In addition to field trips, the course introduced them to Project WET, Project WILD and Project Learning Tree, including activities they can use with students.
Project Learning Tree More than 30 states require environmental education programs, but who's going to teach the teachers?
Through Project Learning Tree program, the Albany City School District will help make the state capitol a prototype "adopt-a-city" for other communities preparing young people to face a variety of environmental issues; New York City schools will study Catskill watershed issues and the conflict between the city's need for affordable clean water and the Catskill community's need for economic stability; and the Waterman Center in Binghamton, New York, will receive help with its hands-on environmental program for elementary school children.
Lee Childress, Corinth High School Principal Russ Elam, Environmental Club faculty advisors Greta Massey and Dana Bullard and "Green Way" partners Project Learning Tree -- a national environmental education program of the nonprofit American Forest Foundation that provides environmental education curriculum materials for teachers and students through professional development workshops -- and Keep Corinth-Alcorn Beautiful, the local chapter of the national Keep America Beautiful nonprofit association.
Students were also certified in a number of nationally recognized EE curricula, including Project Wildlife in Learning Design (WILD)/Aquatic WILD (Council for Environmental Education [CEE], 2000, 2001) and Project Learning Tree (American Forest Foundation [AFF], 2000).