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  • With these hands-on activities, identify unique features of trees and learn how to best plan, plant, and care for trees in your community.

    Age Range: Grades 3-5 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • Take students on an adventure to investigate trees – and learn about nature – while using their five senses. This activity collection features three flexible activities from the Explore Your Environment guide.

    Age Range: Grades K-12 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • Introduce young children to nature through trees and forests Seeds to Trees Pocket Guide connects children to nature through sensory experiences. It encourages exploration and discovery through the lens of trees and forests, exciting children’s imagination and curiosity about the natural world.The Pocket Guide is designed for educators, group leaders, and family members to use with children ages 3–6. It includes four hands-on experiences to do with children in groups up to eight, plus preparation instructions, material and time requirements, and directions for leading each experience. The introduction provides guidance and tips for leading outdoor activities and embracing play and exploration, as well as recommendations for non-educators, such as forestry and natural resource professionals, for collaborating with schools and teachers for field tours.At just 4 by 6 inches, the guide is small enough to fit into a pocket or backpack. It’s a useful resource for anyone to use outdoors with the children in their lives. This item is made available by Project Learning Tree. Use the button below to be redirected to the PLT store.
  • Learn about the impacts of fire on ecosystems and how to prevent and manage wildland fires.

    Age Range: Grades 6-8 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • This 30-minute mini-unit is designed for individuals who lead their organization’s Indigenous Relations initiatives, or who are involved in strategic planning and policy development.

    Age Range: Young Adults, Forest Sector Employees, Educators Product Type: Online Course

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  • Help youth discover careers in sustainable forestry and conservation! Green Jobs: Exploring Forest Careers includes four hands-on instructional activities to help youth research forestry jobs, and practice managing and monitoring forest resources. Use this resource with youth aged 12–25 in settings ranging from community youth programs and school classrooms, to college and career prep, to field trips and forest tours. This item is made available by Project Learning Tree. Use the button below to be redirected to the PLT store.
  • Explore your urban environment and investigate environmental issues that may affect your community.

    Age Range: Grades 6-8 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • Investigate how being (and learning) outside—and among trees—benefits people physically, emotionally, and socially.

    Age Range: Grades 3-5 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • SFI-PLT-MANRRS Black Faces in Green Spaces: The Journeys of Black Professionals in Green Careers is a career resource guide developed in partnership with Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences (MANRRS). This guide introduces youth to the many jobs in the forest and conservation sector through the lens of Black Professionals currently working in the sector. Filled with inspiring stories and profiles, this guide provides the reader with insight on the diverse career paths taken by several individuals who found their way into a green career through their love of nature and the outdoors.

    Looking to donate a box of guides to a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) or MANRRS chapter? Add a donation quantity to your cart before check-out and we’ll make sure the delivery goes to an HBCU or MANRRS chapter! 

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  • Engage students in learning about why biodiversity is one of the most important indicators of an ecosystem’s health.

    Age Range: Grades 3-5 Product Type: Activities (Digital)

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  • Hear inspiring stories from 12 First Nations and Inuit leaders working in the forest, conservation, and parks sectors across Canada. Learn about various green career paths and what it takes to pursue similar careers to the professionals featured in the guide. Age Range: Grades 9-12, Young Adults Product Type: Printed Guide, e-Book

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