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The Academy in the Woodlands, Where Nature Is Your Teacher!

Keystone College’s Environmental Education Institute (KCEEI) offers a variety of hands-on educational activities for those interested in learning about, exploring, embracing, protecting and enjoying our natural world. KCEEI is also committed to enhancing the teaching experience by providing hands-on, inquiry based science and environmental education to educators using nature as a laboratory. Our KCEEI naturalists are always happy to customize a field day to meet the interests of your group.

KCEEI's courses and workshops provide a wonderful learning atmosphere. Keystone College's 165-acre Woodland Campus, ponds, streams, wetlands, Lake Manataka Environmental Field Station, and Little Rocky Glen provide unparalleled opportunities.

This year, teachers and community members can take advantage of a number of exciting courses from KCEEI that:
*Provide immersive, hands-on learning through activities and field trips
*Feature engaging presenters who have a passion for teaching and a depth of   knowledge about environmental issues
*Provide teaching resources and classroom activities
*Enhance your PA academic standards knowledge base and teaching skills
*Ignite or re-energize a commitment to environmental stewardship
*Expand your networking opportunities among other formal and non-formal educators, natural resource professionals, researchers and others who share a love of our natural world

KCEEI is funded by Keystone College, and through generous private gifts and grants including those from P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, and The Overlook Estate Foundation; other grants are pending. Gifts to KCEEI go directly to fund our environmental education and stewardship programs.

 

Our Next Featured Event.. . .

Recreational Tree Climbing  - Join Certified Arborist Alan King as he introduces the growing adventure sport of recreational tree climbing and demonstrates ropes and harness techniques that assure safety and cause no damage to the tree,  Alan will also discuss how sleeping in the canopy offers and exceptional birds-eye view of the natural world while traveling !  To be held April 24, 4 pm - 6 pm, on Keystone's Campus Green. Free, but pre-registration is required.  Register through online form on www.kceei.keystone.edu, call (570) 945-8555 or email sharon.burke@keystone.edu.

 


Pre-registration is appreciated.  Call (570) 945-8555 or email sharon.burke@keystone.edu for more information or to register by phone. 

 

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