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  • Photo Contest: The World From Down Here - Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to show off your photography skills and win an awesome camera! The Children of Indiana Nature Park along with The Nature Conservancy present The World From Down: Soil Up Close! Submit your photos of your…
  • Children of Indiana Nature Park Updates - Visit www.ilovemyland.org to claim your square foot of land! Story by the Palladium Item. They might not have heard of Centerville, but kids from all over Indiana will own a piece of land there. A new long-term state environmental stewardship…
  • Concrete Poured for New Education Center -     Concrete was poured for CEC’s new visitor and education center on November 26th! We want to thank Ernst Concrete for a discount and making this one of kind project possible! This new education center will expand Cope Environmental…
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  • Homespun Workshops - Our fall homespun workshops are beginning already! Be sure to call and reserve your spot today. The first homespun workshop this fall will be Hot Water Bath Canning on September 15th! Also, be sure not to miss our annual Fall…
  • FALL 2016 Toddler Time Schedule - Every 3rd Wednesday Morning from year round. You’re never too young to enjoy nature! Join us for monthly Toddler Time where kids explore the outdoors of CEC through a story, hands-on activities, crafts, and a hike. Children must be accompanied…
  • Upcoming Events & Programs - School Programs Teachers, now is the time to sign up your classrooms for a field trip or an outreach program! http://www.copeenvironmental.org/programs/school-programs/ Hot Water Bath Canning Come and learn about preserving food using hot water and submerging jarred food in the…
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  • Volunteer Garden - “Green thumb” takes on a whole new meaning at the garden at Cope. Every year a community garden is planted that is harvested and donated to local food pantries. This year, our garden has just finished its third planting of…
  • Annual Gala a Success! - Thank you to all who attended this year’s annual gala! Click here for all details related to the event!      
  • The Nature of Art: Painted Parks, an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project - Information provided by the Richmond Art Museum. The Richmond Art Museum is proud to announce the opening of The Nature of Art: Painted Parks, an Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project that will feature 70 paintings by noted Indiana “plein air” artist,…