The Environmental Humanities Education Center focuses the unique lens of the humanities to enliven and deepen environmental study, enhancing and expanding education for the protection of wildlife and wild lands. The Centennial Valley satellite campus provides innovative educational experiences that dynamically initiate visitors of all ages into the ecology, history, wildlife, and conservation value of the Centennial Valley.
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“The [Center] presents an unparalleled opportunity to absorb and reflect on the many layers of natural and spiritual inspiration offered by this relatively unspoiled Serengeti.”
Robert W. Koons
Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust
“The Centennial Valley is a place of inspiration and restoration. It is home to the Trumpeter Swan, brought back from the brink of extinction, and the headwaters of the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. The valley’s expansive views create expansive minds – a perspective that benefits any student, including those I teach here in the Ecology of Residency graduate program.”
Terry Tempest Williams