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  • Students benefit from connections to nature - Providing students with opportunities to engage with nature has multiple benefits—scholastically, emotionally and physically.  Expanding a child’s understanding of our natural world can help him or her appreciate nature so that they want to help care for it. The time…
  • Executive Director Position Open -   Centerville, Indiana   Cope Environmental Center (Cope) is seeking a dynamic and highly qualified Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for the consistent achievement of Cope’s mission and financial objectives.  The Executive Director is the voice and face…
  • 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…
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  • 2018 Fall Foliage 5K/10K and Kids Halloween Fest - The Fall Foliage 5K/10K will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018 at Cope Environmental Center! Whether you decide to walk or run, this event will help to raise funds for CEC’s Education Programs. Your participation in…
  • Upcoming CEC Programs and Events in October - Come out to Cope Environmental Center and experience the beauty of nature this Fall! The following is the schedule for upcoming programs and events in October. For more information, call us at 765-855-3188 Fall Night Hike Cope Environmental Center will have…
  • Upcoming Saturday Programs in September - Come out to Cope Environmental Center and experience outdoor adventure with our free Saturday programs! Thanks to the support of the Wayne County Foundation, our Families in the Forest programs take place every Saturday from 10 – 11:30 AM. There…
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  • What’s the buzz about bees? -     Thanks to our bee sponsor:  
  • 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…