Three Things That Set CEED Apart … And Three Opportunities To Get Your Kids Outdoors

Community Programs, Events, Nature Center, School Programs

  1. CEED programs are outdoors, just as much as possible. Away from screens. Immersed in reality.
  2. CEED’s programs are get your hands dirty experiences. Walk in the woods, turn over a rock, hear a bird sing. Learn by questioning. Learn by doing.
  3. CEED programs for children are a beginning. The beginning of an active life … the beginning of a sense of wonder … the beginning of a love of nature.

Register your child today:

  1. Nature of Science. Innovative outdoor science classroom for students in grades 1-6. Click here for info and registration.
  2. Spring Farm & Nature Experience. Five full days, grades 1-7, March 29-April 2, risk-free enrollment. Click here for info and registration.
  3. Summer Farm & Nature Experience. Five weeks, full days, grades 1-7.  Registration opening soon. Save the dates: July 12-August 13. Email to join pre-registration list.

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