EDUCATION

Building a next generation of leadership that will take responsibility for solving environmental challenges and market needs is one of the best investments a society can make.

Project Learning Tree, SFI’s environmental education program advances environmental literacy, stewardship, and career pathways using trees and forests as windows on the world.

Activities for Families

ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES

Experiencing the outdoors through trees and forests at an early age helps build a solid foundation for a healthy lifestyle. Teaching children to understand and value nature is vital to raising the next generation of environmental stewards.

Supporting the Next Generation of Leaders

SUPPORTING THE NEXT GENERATION

We are working to leverage the connections to green careers across our environmental education curriculum and developing pathways to green careers by exposing young people to nature and the array of green jobs opportunities.

PROJECT LEARNING TREE

Trees and forests serve as windows onto the world for learning about the environment, sustainable communities, responsible purchasing of forest products, water quality, economic health and well-being, and so much more.

PROJECT LEARNING TREE CANADA

PLT Canada is committed to using the outdoors to engage youth in learning about the world around them—in rural, Indigenous, and urban communities—and advancing environmental literacy, stewardship, and career pathways using trees and forests as windows on the world.

ADDITIONAL SFI YOUTH PROGRAM PARTNERS

Project Learning Tree
Esther Cowles
VP, Education
202-765-3725
Vanessa Bullwinkle
Senior Director, PLT Communications and Marketing
202-765-3726
Project Learning Tree Canada
David Folkerson
Director, Communications
613-565-0627
Project Learning Tree
Esther Cowles
VP, Education
202-765-3725
Vanessa Bullwinkle
Senior Director, PLT Communications and Marketing
202-765-3726
Project Learning Tree Canada
David Folkerson
Director, Communications
613-565-0627