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California Naturalist Supports Project Learning Tree

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UC California Naturalist and our UC Agriculture & Natural Resources statewide program partner Project Learning Tree (PLT) have joined forces to offer a series of workshops in 2020. Join us to learn about ways to integrate this award-winning curriculum into your programs and teaching. These upcoming events are co-led and sponsored by California Naturalist. For a full list of PLT trainings, view their website

PLT Educator Information Session at the Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education 2020 Spring ConferenceSaturday, May 2, 2020. SCICON Outdoor School, Springville, California

Join CalNat community education specialist Sarah Angulo for a hands-on one-hour workshop on Project Learning Tree techniques and pedagogy. 


PAST WORKSHOPS:

PLT Educator Workshop in Los Angeles County                  Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at the Los Angeles Arboretum and Botanic Garden

  • Become a Project Learning Tree certified educator
  • Be engaged in a hands-on workshop for both formal and non-formal educators
  • Investigate environmental topics with indoor and outdoor activities adaptable to all ages
  • Receive PLT’s PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide, correlated to national and state academic standards

Instructors include California Naturalist Community Education Specialist Eliot Freutel and Director Greg Ira. 


PLT Educator Workshop in Mendocino County
Saturday February 29, 2020 at the UC ANR Hopland Research & Extension CenterDownload a flier.

  • Become a Project Learning Tree certified educator
  • Be engaged in a hands-on workshop for both formal and non-formal educators
  • Investigate environmental topics in the oak woodlands with indoor and outdoor activities adaptable to all ages
  • Receive PLT’s PreK-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide, correlated to national and state academic standards

Instructors include UC ANR Community Education Specialists Hannah Bird(Hopland Research & Extension Center) and Brook Gamble (UC California Naturalist Program).