Learning Outcomes

These courses cover many topics relevant to students, forest sector employees, educators, and more. Some learning outcomes include the following:

  • Learn about and recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Aboriginal, treaty and title rights

  • Understand how to use and integrate traditional forest-related knowledge into forest planning, projects, and operations

  • Develop customized communications approaches that foster respectful relationships with Indigenous Peoples and communities

  • Co-develop forest-focused projects and initiatives alongside local Indigenous partners

  • Learn how to create and promote meaningful workforce development opportunities for Indigenous Peoples and communities within the forest sector

  • Develop an Indigenous Relations policy and training program tailored to your organization’s unique objectives, structure and operating locations


eUnit Bundles

Project Learning Tree Canada

Project Learning Tree®️ (or Project Learning Tree Canada) is committed to advancing environmental education, forest stewardship, and green career pathways, using trees and forests as windows on the world. Our award-winning resources offer a lifetime of learning from early childhood through adulthood, and our wide and diverse network provides professional development for educators and opportunities for young people to explore nature and the diversity of green careers in the forest and conservation sector. Together, we are growing future forest and conservation leaders. PLT is an initiative of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative®, a non-profit charitable organization with the mission of advancing sustainability through forest-focused collaboration.

Sustainable Forestry Initiative

The Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI) advances sustainability through forest-focused collaborations. We are an independent, nonprofit organization that leverages four interconnected pillars of work: standards, conservation, community, and education. SFI works with the forest sector, conservation groups, academics, researchers, brand owners, resource professionals, landowners, educators, local communities, Indigenous Peoples, and governments. Collaborating with our network, we leverage SFI-certified forests and products as powerful tools to help solve sustainability challenges such as climate action, conservation of biodiversity, education of future generations, and sustainable economic development.