Minnesota Project Learning Tree works with these programs.
School Forest This Minnesota DNR program helps schools set up school forests as outdoor classroom where students learn and apply math, art, science, language arts, and social studies while gaining an appreciation and awareness of natural resources.
Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) – PLT is an initiative of the SFI, an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the future of our forests and promoting sustainable fore management.
Project WILD provides wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources. Materials include an early childhood supplement, a K-12 activity guide, and high school guide.
Project WET provides water education for teachers. Materials include a K-12 guide, water quality guides and test kits, and focused materials on wetlands, watersheds, and water conservation.
U.S. Forest Service supports conservation education activities throughout the country. They sponsor the Smokey Bear, Woodsy Owl and other national education programs.
University of Minnesota Extension Service is the outreach and teaching arm of the University of Minnesota. Extension sponsors Best Practice for Environmental Field Days and many other teacher resources through their Environmental Science Education Unit.