Nature connection for all ages.
CEED offers programs for all ages that inspire wonder about nature and appreciation for the natural world of Long Island. There are a wide array of program topics including Astronomy Night, Owl Walks, The Life of the Great South Bay, The American Chestnut Tree Challenge, Beach to Breech Hikes, Wildlife Tracking, Forest Bathing, Wild Food Foraging and so much more.
Programs specifically for children and youth include our Summer Nature Experience, Aishling Forest School and hands-on Animal Shows at birthday parties.
We also offer many of our programs to organizations like scout troops, libraries, and civic organizations. Organizations we have served include:
American Museum of Natural History Fresh Air Fund
Sweetbriar Nature Center Sands Point Conservancy
South Fork Natural History Museum
Clarke Botanical Garden Town of North Hempstead
Smithtown Historical Society
Boy Scouts of America
Please look at our Calendar for upcoming program information and registration.
The latest community programs news…
CEED’s series of conversations with scientists and naturalists continues with a unique meeting of three distinguished scientists.
CEED’s new leadership program for teens being taught by an award-winning science and leadership educator, Michael Polochack.
We’ve developed an innovative program to help young people develop while learning about the environment and how to share new knowledge with younger people.
Keep up with the latest news.