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

NH Fish and Game Headquarters 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH, United States

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

$30.00

Joint Growing Up Wild and PLT Early Childhood Environmental Experiences

Ark Learning Center 410 West Main Street, Tilton, NH, United States

Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young Children and Project Learning Tree’s Environmental Experiences for Early Childhood, are supplementary educational programs for young learners designed to connect children ages 3 – 7 with nature and wildlife. Workshop participants will have an opportunity to do sample activities from both programs that foster critical early childhood skill

$20.00

Creating & Teaching in Schoolyard Habitats: Part 1

Bow Elementary School, Bow, NH 22 Bow Center Road, Bow, NH, United States

Schoolyard habitat investigations and projects address multiple environmental and educational concepts that benefit all involved, especially the students. You can transform your schoolyard spaces from blank stretches of lawn or beaten dirt to ecologically sound landscapes, alive with wildlife and native plants and rich with opportunities for authentic learning experiences.

$40.00 – $70.00

NEA-NH Conference Session: Connecting Young Children with Nature

Bow High School 55 Falcon Way, Bow, NH, United States

A-27 Connecting Young Children with Nature (PK-2) Presenters: Mary Goodyear, Wildlife Educator & Lara Hooper, Drinking Water and Ground Water Education Coordinator We look forward to introducing you to three creative supplementary educational programs for young learners, designed to connect children aged 3-7 with wildlife, trees and water: Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young

Creating & Teaching in Schoolyard Habitats: Part 2

McLane Audubon Center 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord, NH, United States

Schoolyard habitat investigations and projects address multiple environmental and educational concepts that benefit all involved, especially the students. You can transform your schoolyard spaces from blank stretches of lawn or beaten dirt to ecologically sound landscapes, alive with wildlife and native plants and rich with opportunities for authentic learning experiences.

$40.00 – $70.00

2021 NHTOA Teacher Tours

Joe Dodge Lodge 36 NH-16, Jackson, NH, United States

NH Project Learning Tree and the New Hampshire Timberland Owners Association are joining forces to co-host an exciting new program for teachers in the summer of 2021.  Sponsored in part by the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, we are pleased to announce the “Forests of New Hampshire Teacher Tour.”   PLT’s nationally acclaimed Pre-K through high school environmental

2023 Forests of NH Teacher Tour

609 Beach Rd Pittsburg, NH 03592 609 Beach Road, Pittsburg, NH, United States

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NH FOREST TEACHER TOURS Tours combine math, science, technology, language arts and social studies with current information about forest practices, up-to-date technology, and careers. A stimulating time with interesting people, learning about New Hampshire forests and ways to engage students in learning about forest ecosystems and management. Project Learning Tree’s (PLT) nationally

New Hampshire Forest Career Field Day – Bath NH

Britton Lumber Bath, NH, United States

Field trip days for students in grades 7-12 are being offered in May 2024. Each day students will have the opportunity to meet sawmill owners and operators, loggers, and other forest products and natural resource professionals during a tour of a sawmill an active timber harvest on a managed forest. For more details contact Cheri

New Hampshire Forest Career Field Day – Henniker NH

HHP, Inc Henniker, NH, United States

Field trip days for students in grades 7-12 are being offered in May 2024. Each day students will have the opportunity to meet sawmill owners and operators, loggers, and other forest products and natural resource professionals during a tour of a sawmill an active timber harvest on a managed forest. For more details contact Cheri