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Forest Lessons for Earth Day

Free Virtual Workshop for K-12 Educators

April 16, 2024     4:30-5:30 pm ET

Muir Woods Forest

 Photo taken by B.Huth 

Are you looking for interactive lessons to help celebrate Earth Day? Join us on Tuesday, April 16th from 4:30- 5:30 pm EST, for a free webinar where we will share lessons that will get students thinking about how they can be stewards of Earth’s forests. 

During this interactive session, you will participate in lessons that dive into how forest ecosystems are connected, strategies for managing renewable resources, and reasons why forest ecosystems are important and how to protect them. 

This session is perfect for K-12 science, social studies, math, English language arts teachers, and environmental educators. Register today and leave with lesson plans you can use immediately for Earth Day and after.


To register, fill in the information below & click submit:

All participants will receive:

  • Our Teaching Population lesson pack with 62 of our “best of” hands-on lesson plans for grades K-12.
  • A certificate of completion, showing a 1-hour virtual PD.
  • Access to online tools such as interactive slides and docs to enhance student learning.

"I truly enjoy the webinars presented by Population Education.  They are so well planned and the lessons are very teacher friendly. Thank you for these opportunities." - PopEd webinar attendee