The National Gardening Association has declared April to be National Garden Month. AFF is celebrating with school garden plantings and by blogging about planting project success stories.Read More >Categories: Environmental Education
To better highlight the various programs AFF hopes the Subcommittee will support as the FY 2012 budget process unwinds, AFF's Christine Cadigan has written series of blog posts, identifying specific programs and their many benefits. Read Part 1 now.Read More >Categories: News for Forest Landowners Policy
In celebration of Earth Day, Project Learning Tree and the U.S. Forest Service joined students of D.C.'s Barnard Elementary School to plant in 12 organic raised garden beds.Read More >Categories: Environmental Education PLT GreenSchools!
The environmental and social effects of the Gulf oil spill will draw the attention of educators for years to come as scientists continue to learn more about the Deepwater Horizon blowout and its impacts over time.
On the one-year anniversary of this incident, use Project Learning Tree’s specially created guide that includes a wealth of online resources and information to teach your students about this event.Read More >Categories: Environmental Education
Walt and Donna Lange own a 32 acre Tree Farm in Swanton, Ohio. Farm Bill programs have enabled the Lnages to protect their soil, enhance wildlife habitat and provide recreational opportunities for their community. With Congress beginning work on the 2012 Farm Bill, we're looking to hear your Farm Bill stories.Read More >Categories: News for Forest Landowners Opinion Resources for Forest Landowners