Colorado Project Learning Tree: Empowering Educators, Inspiring Youth
2016 FREE TREES for TEACHERS! Details here .
NEW! Online Workshops! Details here .
2015 Free Trees for Teachers Winners Announced!
Thanks, Colorado Tree Coalition for supporting this project.
Alamosa High School, Alamosa; Adams State University, Alamosa; Big Thompson Elementary School, Loveland; CalWood Education Center, Jamestown; Cheyenne Mt. Junior High, Colorado Springs; Guadalupe Elementary School, Antonito; Jamestown Elementary School, Jamestown; Mt. Evans Outdoor Lab School, Evergreen; School in the Woods, Black Forest; Windy Peak Outdoor Lab School, Bailey; Sierra Grande, Blanca
Colorado Project Learning Tree envisions a future where citizens of all ages understand, appreciate and responsibly care for our natural world. We strive to accomplish this by providing science-based information, experiences, materials and activities for educators to share with their learners. Our program is a collaboration of many partners, including the National PLT staff and their national operating committee; the American Forest Foundation; PLT coordinators and educators from around the country; federal, state and local agencies; environmental and conservation organizations; universities and camps; industries and individuals; school districts; educators; volunteers; and Colorado PLT facilitators and advisors.
Colorado adopted Project Learning Tree in 1976, and The Colorado State Forest Service, a division of the Warner College of Natural Resource at Colorado State University, uses its award-winning and highly acclaimed activities to help achieve its mission.