Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning environmental education program that uses the forest as a ‘window on the world’ to understand our complex environment, to stimulate critical thinking and to make informed decisions. The $10 fee includes lunch. A grant from Flathead Conservation District, Montana Women in Timber, and the USFS provides each participant a new PLT Early Childhood Guide with music cd and a pre-K-8 guide, which includes 96+ready-made environmental education lessons that meet national and Montana curriculum standards. 6 OPI or PIR credits are available.
Sign up by April 5th by completing the registration form and sending it to Cindy Peterson, Associate Forestry Specialist, MSU Extension Forestry, 32 Campus Drive MS 0606, Missoula, MT 59812-0606, 406-243-4706, email@example.com
If you missed the March 16 Meeting, no worries, the notes from the meeting are on-line here: FFEC March Meeting Notes There was a lot of positive energy and feedback from the group to bring FFEC to the Flathead Watershed. Those teachers in attendance felt strongly this would be a valued training and even though
Spring Into Nature Educator Workshop for Early Childhood and pre K – 8 When: Saturday, April 8th, 2017; 9 – 4 pm. Where: Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp, Lakeside, MT Project Learning Tree (PLT) is an award-winning environmental education program that uses the forest as a ‘window on the world’ to understand our complex environment, to
$300 Travel Grants for Fourth Grade Groups to Montana’s Public Lands Glacier National Park is partnering with the Montana Environmental Education Association to distribute about forty $300 bus grants from the National Park Foundation. The travel grants are only available to fourth grade -aged groups to visit federal and state public lands in Montana. Requests for the $300 bus
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