Resources for Environmental Learning Activities

Below are some fantastic national training programs where you will gain many experiences using environmental education learning activities as well as obtaining exceptional stewardship resources and materials. The program’s name is linked to its web page and all of these national programs have Michigan coordinators.

There are also some outstanding environmental learning activities.

Programs for Educators

Project Wet logo

Project WETWater Education for Teachers international website. Educate. Empower. Act. The mission of Project WET is to reach children, parents, educators, and communities of the world with water education. We invite you to join us in educating children about the Project WET in Michigan: Facilitator Training, Educator Training and Water Festivals.


Project Learning Tree international website. PLT helps students learn how to think, not what to think, about the environment. Project Learning Tree® (PLT) is an award winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education program for educators and students in PreK-grade 12. PLT is a program of the American Forest Foundation. It is one of the most widely used environmental education programs in the United States and abroad, and continues to set the standard for environmental education excellence. Project Learning Tree in Michigan

Project Wild Logo

Project WILD – Engaging Student Learning Through Wildlife. Project WILD is one of the most widely-used conservation and environmental education programs among educators of students in kindergarten through high school. Project WILD in Michigan

The Aldo Leopold Foundation Logo

Aldo Leopold Education Project. The Leopold Education Project (LEP) is an innovative, interdisciplinary, critical thinking, conservation and environmental education curriculum based on the classic writings of the renowned conservationist, Aldo Leopold. Aldo Leopold Education Project in Michigan

Printable Activity Sheets

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