The Environmental Humanities Education Center campus in Centennial Valley offers a rare opportunity for visitors to explore an environment of incredible ecological diversity. Located north and east of the Continental Divide along the Montana-Idaho border it contains the largest wetland complex in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Visitors’ explorations can take them from lakes and wetlands, through the spacious upland grasslands, and into the rugged Centennial Mountains that rise 9,000 feet above the Valley floor.
While organizations will enjoy their own programming and explorations, Center staff provides activities that introduce guests to the valley and the conservation initiatives that protect it. Programs include presentations, jeep tours, and other activities that explore Centennial Valley from its wildlife to its colorful history.
In addition to hosting unique workshops and research activities, the Environmental Humanities Education Center is also used for a wide variety of private events and activities, including corporate planning retreats, literary and environmental educational classes, meditation classes and artist residencies. Program participants can access privately guided horse and hiking tours, canoeing, fishing, and other recreational activities.