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  • Life as a Volunteer - Life As A Volunteer Hello everyone, I am Tommy Fordonski. I have been volunteering at Cope Environmental Center since last August. I became involved with Cope for volunteering through one of the high school class I take at Centerville Senior…
  • Year of Review -   Did you miss our Sustainable and Attainable lecture on the Living Building Challenge? We attempted to record it! CEC has begun our Year of Review, a 12-month long process of recording data for our energy and water production and…
  • Searching for Our Next Visiting Naturalist - Are you currently seeking employment opportunities that will allow you to engage in your interest of the natural world? Cope Environmental Center is seeking a motivated individual to fill our Visiting Naturalist position. If you are interested in applying, read…
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  • Saturday Programs at CEC - CEC NOW OFFERS SATURDAY PROGRAMS! You read that right. We now have free programs every Saturday from 12:30-2pm. Bring yourself. Bring your family. Bring your outdoor adventurous spirit. Come explore CEC with our new naturalist every Saturday. These programs are…
  • Rare INdiana Finds -         Every picture tells a (Rare) story The “Rare INdiana Finds” exhibit is on the move! The exhibit, which features the 15 winning photographs from WIPB’s Instagram contest, will be on display March 20-April 30 at Cope Environmental Center, Centerville.…
  • Weddle Gallery Closing Soon! - Have you seen Stephen Weddle’s gallery at Cope Environmental Center? Have certain photographs interested you and you’ve been meaning to get back to to see them again? There’s no time like the present! The gallery will continue in the MC…
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  • Gardening Efforts Continue at CEC - Get Outside-Grow has been very busy this winter! Check out what we’ve been up to: First we planted some little seeds.                 Then they sprouted! Hooray!              …
  • Get Outside Grow Community Dinner a Success! - The Get Outside-Grow program, sponsored by United Way of Whitewater Valley, is a food distribution program with a focus on sustainable, local, and equal food growth and consumption. Although fresh, local food can be scarce in the winter months, there…
  • Christmas Tree Recycling - O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree, how lovely are you branches–as trail mulch! Does your Christmas Tree have plans this January? Set it up with CEC! Through a partnership with Richmond Power & Light, Cope Environmental Center is able to…