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Learn how nature education activities can be used to bolster your jurisdiction's parks and recreation programming.
A man riding a bike along a smooth winding footpath in the park surrounded by blue metal benches.

Spending time outdoors is connected to a myriad of benefits, including mental and physical health. Actively engaging youth with the outside world is also one of the best ways to inspire them to be environmental stewards for tomorrow.

In this webinar, learn how you can enhance your Parks and Recreation programming by incorporating fun and easy-to-lead activities by Project Learning Tree, a flagship education initiative of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative. Demonstrated activities are free, teach about nature, and can engage community members of all ages in exploring parks and learning about the benefits of trees, climate, pollution, fire, planting a tree, the water cycle, and much more.

By the end of the webinar, you’ll be able to:

  1. Describe the importance of incorporating nature education into your Parks and Recreation programming strategy
  2. Use Project Learning Tree engaging hands-on activities to enhance your Parks and Recreation programming.

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