On April 21, 2012 in Las Cruces, a small group of Project Learning Tree educators gathered to become certified facilitators of the program. The group included Barbara Nuzzo and Dr. Continue Reading →
New Mexico Project Learning Tree (PLT) has announced its first annual Outstanding Educator of the Year. Carolyn Nesbitt is the Fenton Ranch Director for Manzano Day School, where she is responsible for teaching Continue Reading →
On January 19th, four NM schools sent representatives to a training by Al Stenstrup of Project Learning Tree and Vicki Arthur of the Forest Service Conservation Education offices in Washington Continue Reading →
Seventeen educators met on April 20 to learn more about the Rio Grande watershed, explore Project WET’s Healthy Water, Healthy People Curriculum, and take a tour of the wastewater facility for Continue Reading →
With Spring on the horizon, the snowy blanket of today (April 3rd) seems a step back in seasonal time. The Cottonwoods of the valley have already started their leaf-out and Continue Reading →
Here in the Gila Valley in southwestern New Mexico, the departure of the sandhill cranes marks the beginning of a new season. The cottonwoods and willows are beginning to break Continue Reading →
Meetings to develop an Environmental Literacy Plan for NM schoolchildren have taken place in Santa Fe, Taos, Albuquerque, Alamogordo, and Las Cruces.