The environmental education program is continuing to grow and evolve. What began in 2003 as the Land Lab Nature Program with the Kettering City Schools has greatly expanded in recent years. In April 2013, the Habitat Environmental Center was completed, and was the final project of the 2008 Bond Levy. We are pleased to have this facility to greatly expand our environmental education programming for the community. We offer year-round programs, so be sure to check out what we’re offering this season.
*Please note that Honeyfest 2020 has been canceled due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19. We look forward to seeing everyone next year on Saturday, September 18, 2021!
It is our mission to provide comprehensive education to foster stewardship,
promote sustainability and appreciation of the natural world.
- To become an educational resource for those who desire to learn or teach about the environment.
- Connect with local schools, groups, and businesses, to provide opportunities to explore the outdoors in and around their communities.
- Engage citizens through volunteering, nature exploration, and special events for all ages and abilities.