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Keystone Environmental Education Institute

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Contact

Kelley Stewart, Director of KCEEI
570-945-8404
kceei@concclat.com

Teaching sound science in our natural world.

Keystone College’s Environmental Education Institute (KCEEI) offers a variety of hands-on educational activities for those interested in exploring, protecting, and enjoying our natural world.

Keystone College’s 170-acre Woodland Campus, ponds, streams, wetlands, trails, outdoor classrooms, and field stations provide unparalleled opportunities for outdoor discovery and a wonderful learning atmosphere for our environmental education courses and workshops.

Story Time

Story Time

April 17, and May 15
Join KCEEI for story time! This will include making a craft and is for children ages 3-5. This is free and open to the public. To reserve your spot, or for more information, email kceei@concclat.com or call Kelley Stewart at 570-945-8404.

Beekeeper

Beekeeper Certification: Level 1 Apprentice Beekeeper

March 23, April 6, 13, 20, 27, and May 4
An introduction to the basic techniques of managing honey bee colonies coming out of winter and into the spring.

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Exploring the Ologies - Field Trips

Guided programs for students pre-school to high school. Join us for guided forest walks, stream exploration, outdoor interactive stations, sugar shack and apiary tours. Contact kceei@concclat.com or click here for more information.

Keystone College’s 170-acre Woodlands Campus features a stream, seven miles of hiking trails, and meadows and is home to a nature preserve and maple sugaring operation. The outdoor classrooms and field stations provide unparalleled opportunities for outdoor discovery and a wonderful learning atmosphere for our environmental education courses and workshops.

Woodland Campus

Trolley Trail

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KCEEI Founder, Professor Howard Jennings

Keystone College’s Environmental Education Institute was founded by Professor Howard Jennings, who taught sciences for over 45 years at Keystone College, and was a leader in environmental stewardship throughout his lifetime. KCEEI remains committed to his vision to enhance the learning experience by combining inquiry-based science with field study, using nature as a laboratory.

The purpose of conservation: The greatest good to the greatest number of people for the longest time.

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 Foundation and The Overlook Estate Foundation for their ongoing support. Gifts to KCEEI go directly to fund our environmental education and stewardship programs.