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  • Year of Review -     CEC has begun our Year of Review, a 12-month long process of recording data for our energy and water production and usage, as well as gathering documentation for our final audit to become certified as a Living Building.…
  • 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…
  • CEC Welcomes New Director - Are you as excited as we are about our new Executive Director? Nathan Smallwood senses the possibilities for the future of Cope Environmental Center. “There is a special feeling at CEC of heritage, support and joy that are key to…
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  • 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…
  • Spring Programs Announced! - Never miss a program again! Email “biweekly” to k.blansett@copeenvironmental.org to receive the biweekly email- an electronic update on what’s happening at CEC! Toddler Times in 2017 Join us monthly where kids explore the outdoors of CEC through a story, hands-on-activities,…
  • Fall Events Announced! - This fall, we’re bringing back some old favorites, while also coming up with new classics! Our fall programming has been announced, and we hope to see you out at CEC as much as possible participating in all the fun! Repeat…
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  • 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…
  • Meet Our Two New Staff Members! -  CEC has two new staff members we are so excited to introduce! Erica Hile is the Visiting Naturalist. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from Wright State University.  While earning her degree, she worked as an undergraduate laboratory assistant in…
  • WCF Matching - Match Week is on the Way! Cope Environmental Center has been chosen as a funded partner for the Wayne County Challenge Match this year! This means any donation made to CEC between Nov. 6-13 will be MATCHED by the Foundation…