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Go on a family walk. Get your friends together for a bike ride. Bring your camera and capture the mighty bald eagles during nesting season. These are just some of the many activities that you could enjoy on the North Idaho Centennial Trail.
This magnificent trail is a multi-use recreational trail system, that meanders for 24 miles from the Idaho/Washington state line to Higgens Point on beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. We look forward to seeing you out on the trail.
PCEI offers a variety of quality educational programs to schools, afterschool programs, community groups, and adults.
We focus on increasing awareness and knowledge of issues important to Palouse watersheds and ecosystems, developing critical thinking skills and engaging participants in service projects that restore or enhance current watershed conditions.
Our programs are highly interactive, place-based and promote hands-on exploration of the natural world. Programs are easily adaptable for all ages, and dates and times are flexible.
For information on afterschool educational opportunities, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your go-to source for expert outdoor knowledge you can trust. All the information you need to learn new skills, choose and maintain gear, prep for your trips and have amazing adventures.
Outdoor resources such as hiking projects, mountain bike project, mountain climbing project, trail run project, and powder project.
Outdoor learning skills and expert advice.
The project connects students in the Lewis-Clark Valley with college and careers, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
We provide information, individual services, field-trips and campus experiences to support the path of our students all the way through high school to college.
We work with students in Lewiston, Clarkston and Asotin school districts throughout their high school career on college preparation and support. Contact STEM Access.
Services available for out of school providers:
Natural Inquirer is a science journal written by Forest Service scientists for middle-school students.
FSNatureLIVE! brings together webinars and information about pollinators, climate change, wetlands, bats, bird migration, butterflies and rainforests.
North American Association for Environmental Educators has more than 5,400 links divided among 300 categories.
Find local resources and Forest Service educators
Professional development opportunities
Connect with our education partners
Yellowstone offered its Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program for the 28th consecutive summer in 2017a month-long residential program for young people between the ages of 15 and 18 years of age.
The YCC experience allows 62 teen enrollees and staff the opportunity to learn, work, and recreate in Yellowstone National Park. The program is challenging, educational, and fun, and offers participants opportunities to expand their horizons while building skills that will benefit them for a lifetime. No previous wilderness experience is required, but a willingness and ability to work in a physically active outdoor program, get along well with others, and maintain a positive attitude are essential for success.