Parents & Teachers

Project Learning Tree Idaho provides high quality, professional development for teachers and others who work with PreK, K-8 and high school learners. We offer trainings throughout Idaho on a variety of topics that will increase your learners’ knowledge of and appreciation for trees, Idaho forests and the natural environment. You’ll receive award-winning PLT activity guides and gain a separate credit for each workshop. 
The Fire, Fuel, and Smoke Science Program (FFS) of the Rocky Mountain Research Station is located primarily at the Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory in Missoula, Montana. The Program’s scientists, technicians, and support staff conduct national and international, cutting-edge work in wildland fire research. They conduct research and develop management tools and applications designed to improve understanding of wildland fire and increase the safety and effectiveness of fire, fuel, and smoke management. Specific research activities are focused on physical fire processes, fuel dynamics, smoke emissions and dispersion, fire ecology, fire and fuel management strategies, and science synthesis and delivery.