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Project Learning Tree

Project Learning Tree

Project Learning Tree Michigan logo with purple text and tree graphic

Project Learning Tree

Project Learning Tree provides educators with the tools, training and resources to bring the environment into classrooms, and students into nature.

Since its beginning in 1976, educators have used PLT to teach about the natural and built environment, covering topics including forests, wildlife, water, air, energy, waste, climate change, invasive species, community planning and culture. The materials are multi-disciplinary and aligned with state and national education standards.

Teachers and educators who attend Project Learning Tree workshops get materials and activity guides, professional development State Continuing Clock Hours (SCECH), and may choose to become trained volunteer PLT facilitators.

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For more information or to connect with the Project Learning Tree Advisory Committee, contact program coordinator Andrea Stay, 517-582-5465.

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