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Author Archives: Joan Mason Ruud

Urban Ag Fest – Talk About Trees is one of many partners participating in Urban Ag Fest today and tomorrow in Salem. It’s always great to see kids engaged in hands-on science education!

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Talk About Trees Events Around the State

Talk About Trees has been busy this school year, visitng Oregon classrooms and helping out with many events including: Home School Day at the Oregon Garden, Wood Magic in Corvallis, Forest Field Days in Lane County, Forest Careers Day at the World Forestry Center in Portland, Teacher’s Night Out in Bend and Tsalila Education Days … Continue reading »

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Klamath County Forestry Tour for Sixth Graders

Last week in Klamath County, TAT facilitator, Lisa Kochenderfer participated in the 55th annual Klamath County Forestry Tour. TAT partnered with BLM, Oregon Department of Forestry, Fremont-Winema U.S. Forest Service, Winema Hoo-Hoo Club, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Green Diamond Resource Company to provide hands on forest education to Klamath County School District sixth-graders. … Continue reading »

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Don’t forget to schedule your TAT Classroom Programs for the 2018-2019 School Year

  It only takes a moment to find the TAT facilitator in your area! Go to the “For Teachers” tab and reserve your spot today!  

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It’s summer and it’s time to consider inviting a TAT facilitator to visit you summer camp. To request a free visit just click on the Teaches/Schools tab on the talkabouttrees.us website. TAT is not JUST for schools!  We are available to visit camps, libraries community centers and anywhere Oregonians gather to learn about trees and … Continue reading »

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Spring Has Sprung!

It’s finally spring in the great Pacific Northwest (although it still feels wintery!). It’s not too late to schedule a TAT Classroom Program, Paper Making or an Outdoor Tree Walk. We have facilitators located around the state of Oregon with availability this spring. Click on the “For Teachers/Schools” tab and follow the simple instructions and … Continue reading »

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27th Annual Auction to Benefit Talk About Trees

Oregon Women in Timber sponsors the Talk About Trees Program.  For 27 years Oregon Women in Timber has been hosting an auction to benefit forestry education in Oregon.  To donate or attend the auction click on the link below: http://orwit.org/fundraising/ Show less

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Talk About Trees Facilitator needed in Portland, Oregon

2017 Job Announcement

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School Year 2017-2018

We have facilitators located around the state preparing for another year of bringing the forest to the classroom.  Teachers, make sure you schedule your Classroom Tree Programs, Paper Making Programs, Outdoor Programs and Forest Career Programs as soon as possible.

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TAT Classroom Programs aligned with NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) and Oregon State Standards

Talk About Trees Primary Classroom Programs and Intermediate Classroom Programs have been updates.  All our programs are now aligned with NGSS and Oregon State Science and Social Studies Standards. Primary Connections to Standards Intermediate Connections to Standards

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