Project Learning Tree
Pat Maloney, PLT State Coordinator
153 Hospital St., Augusta, ME 04330
Maine PLT since 1977 delivering quality EE to Maine schools
signing up for one of the upcoming award-winning curriculum and professional
development opportunities that offer experiential,
field based, interdisciplinary tools for effective outdoor lessons – all
aligned with Common Core Standards and poised for Next Generation of Science
Burgason presenting during our 2013
summer Teachers' Tour
Environmental Association to host a Project Learning Tree and
Inventory Growth (FIG) Workshop
students, curriculum and local partners with Maine’s forests
workshop presents outdoor learning experiences for exploring the forest around
your school or your community using MEPLT’s Forest Inventory Growth (FIG)
protocol and the Project Learning Tree high school guide – Focus on Forests. All materials have connections to Common
Core, STEM and Next Generation Science Standards. The STEM connections offer new and diverse entry points to
learning: the forest products industry, carbon data, sustainability, and getting
Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 11:30 to 3:30
Teachers from grades 5
although LEA is offering a $25 scholarship for area teachers. If interested,
contact Alanna to register ASAP.
Introduction to the tools and website plus a tree ID lesson and information
about the Maine forests. Set up a permanent FIG plot at the Science
Shane Duigan, ME Forest Service District Forester, Pat Maloney, MEPLT Coordinator
and Amy Hunter, Freeport HS science teacher.
Lake Science Center
51 Willet Road
Bridgton ME 04009
a lunch. Please dress for both indoors and outdoors activities. Register no
later than May 18 by writing to: email@example.com.
Please bring your $25 payment to the workshop in check or cash.
PROJECT LEARNING TREE turns 40 this year and we will celebrate!
are coming together for a fun and gala outdoor family and friends day at China
Schools Forest on October 14, 2017. Add the date to your calendar and join us
for great local food, music, games and hikes through the Forest trails.
for updates about our Anniversary plans and please send photos that you may have
from a time when you were involved with PLT or send us your hopes &
dreams for the next 40 years with PLT!
will be posted as soon as they are confirmed, please check back!
Pre registration for all workshops is
Please send a
$50 check (or amount
otherwise specified) to
Maine TREE Foundation and note your workshop date on the
PO Box 5470
INTERESTED IN HAVING A PLT WORKSHOP AT YOUR SCHOOL OR IN YOUR COMMUNITY?
CONTACT PAT MALONEY AT 207-626-7990 OR E-MAIL TO firstname.lastname@example.org.