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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.

KCEEI is funded by Keystone College, and through generous private gifts and grants.  We wish to extend our gratitude to the  P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundationand The Overlook Estate Foundation for their ongoing support.  Gifts to KCEEI go directly to fund our environmental education and stewardship programs.

 

Upcoming Events....Reserve your spot today

· Nature Photography Two-Day Workshop - Professional photographer and artist Timothy Butler invites  you to approach nature photography from an artist’s perspective.  He will review foundational photography techniques, & demonstrate how to apply simple artistic &  lighting principles to enhance images. Day two will offer a mix of shooting time, image critique and include tips from accomplished nature photographers on developing a photographic eye. This is a hands-on workshop using Keystone’s campus as a photo canvas. Participants should bring a digital camera of their choosing and be prepared to be outdoors.  

September 27 & October 11, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost is $50 for both sessions; $25 for students.  Call (570) 945-8555 to register.  Space is limited!

 

 

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Registration is Now Open for 2014-2015 Courses and Workshops!

Momma Bear, Photo by Timothy Butler