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A Forest for Every Classroom

Forest For Every Classroom (FFEC) is a professional development program for educators focused on place-based education. Teachers who participate in FFEC develop curriculum that foster student understanding of and appreciation for the public lands in their communities. Learn more


The Envirothon was established as a competitive, problem-solving, natural resource event for high school students to challenge them about the environment. Each spring high school students compete in Lewistown for top honors. Learn more

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Boone & Crockett Club K-12

This Conservation Education Program is focused primarily on the integration of wildlife conservation and private land management. The Elmer E. Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center is a residential education facility that houses the education, research, and demonstration programs that take place on the livestock ranch west of Dupuyer, Montana. Learn more

Project Learning Tree

Project Learning Tree is an award winning, multi-disciplinary environmental education program for educators and students K-12. Teachers attend training workshops to obtain the guides. Learn more

Project WET

child by a stream

People's relationships to water is a major theme of Project WET. A K-12 activity guide connects students to a thorough water education program, including water's chemical and physical properties, quantity and quality issues, water user group needs, and ecosystems and management strategies. Learn more