1213 West 4th Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Project Learning Tree is an award-winning environmental education program designed for teachers and other educators, parents, and community leaders working with youth from preschool through grade 12. PLT uses trees and forests as windows on the world to increase students’ understanding of the environment and actions they can take to conserve it. The Arkansas Forestry Association Education Foundation (AFAEF) is the state host for Project Learning Tree.
Statewide Adults, Environmental Professionals, Non-formal Educators, Classroom Teachers, Families, General Public, Public Schools, Private Schools, Youth Groups, Home Schools, Special Needs, Camps – summer, after-school, school breaks After-School Programs, Camps, College/University Community Outreach, College/University Degree Program, Community Events, Community Learning Projects, Education Materials and Curricula, Field Trips, Grants, Outreach Programs/Speakers, Overnight Residential Programs, Professional Development Workshops for Educators, Public and/or Family Programs, Service Learning Projects Early Childhood/Pre-K, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, College Students, Adults, Seniors Agriculture/Farming, Air, Animals/Wildlife, Biodiversity, Career Choices, Climate Change, Composting, Conservation, Consumer Education, Ecology, Endangered Species, Energy, Gardening, Habitats/Ecosystems, Nature Awareness, Plant-based Education, Plants, Pollution, Recycling and Waste, Soil, Storm Water, Sustainability, Trees/Forestry, Water, Watershed Art, Engineering, Environmental Education, Math, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, Technology
Curriculum and activities to use in outdoor classrooms and outdoor spaces Always available Professional development workshop for educators, Customized workshops based on audience need, Outdoor active activities/resources Project Learning Tree has numerous activities that can be used in outdoor spaces and learning environments. Always available Virtual field trips, webinars, Ask an Environmental Educator, other remote learning options, In-school programs and presentations – in the schoolyard or the classroom – as allowed, Outdoor learning at the school, Professional development for formal and non-formal educators both in-person workshops and virtual online workshops.