Promote Trees The Forest Learners Kit aims to promote the benefits of trees and forests to the next generation of Papua New Guineans. 

Welcome to the Forest Learners Kit

The Forest Learners Kit aims to promote the benefits of trees and forests to the next generation of Papua New Guineans. We're compiling a set of teaching aids that are arranged according to PNG's outcome based school curriculum, and delivered through PNG's provincial education authorities. We're also linking-up with similar environmental education programs at local, national and international levels. The Forest Learners Kit contains multi-media teaching aids for all levels of education:

These resources are freely available for viewing and downloading from this website. They're also available from the Forest Learners Google Drive folder which currently contains 2,404 files in 504 folders (4.7gb). You're welcome to:

  • Download the pdf PIP Outreach Brochure
  • Access the Forest Learners Kit on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Access the Forest Learners Videos on YouTube
  • Send us your Feedback



We sincerely thank the following partner organisations for their generous contributions to the Forest Learners Kit

The British High Commission Port Moresby and Archdiocese of Rabaul for supporting the content development through the Small Project: Sustainable Forestry Outreach for Schools.

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The International Tropical Timber Organisation and PNG Forest Authority for supporting the content development through Project PD 552/09 Rev 1 (F): Encouraging customary landowners in the lowlands of PNG's Central Province to reforest their grasslands with high value trees.


The PNG Forest Authority for providing a set of landowner awareness resources through Operation Painim Graun na Plani Diwai.



The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, PNG Forest Authority, Organisaton for Industrial, Spiritual & Cultural Development, and University of the Sunshine Coast for supporting the concept and resource development through Project FST-2007-078: Developing a PNG timber industry based on planted forests: design and implementation of a national germplasm delivery system.