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The Institute


The Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education was born to provide an educational forum for people to connect with nature.

Through direct learning experiences in the natural world, our goal is to engage individuals in the conservation and stewardship of the natural environment that sustains our communities. Through arts, literature, history and sciences, the Institute inspires people to discover, enjoy, appreciate and protect the wildlife, fields, rivers, lakeshores, forests and wild landscapes of Pennsylvania ecosystems.

We believe that education is the fundamental component, often the missing link, to conserving biological diversity and protecting ecological integrity.

Over time, the most lasting impact will be made because people believe in the need to leave a legacy that includes healthy wildlife populations, functioning ecosystems, vibrant economies based on resource management, and a place to go to enjoy the outdoors.

Founded in 2002, the Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education is a 501(c)3 nonprofit educational organization dedicated to advancing awareness, knowledge and skills in natural history and conservation of natural resources by building an ecologically literate and engaged public through education.

The Institute encourages hands-on discovery of ecosystems and watersheds of the Commonwealth while instilling stewardship of our natural resources.

Institute programs involve partnering with an array of leading conservation professionals, field naturalists, ecologists, biologists, authors and educators. Institute classes can cover topics ranging from ecology, geology, and botany to nature writing and sketching to honing your outdoor skills.

Program locations and accommodations vary from nature centers, public and private parks and forestlands as well as camps, lodges, private resorts and Inns throughout the region.

The Institute’s guiding philosophy is that experience teaches best. Interdisciplinary and innovative in its approach, the Institute:

  • Teaches at the convergence of natural and cultural history, science, literature and the arts
  • Affirms human history as integral to the history of landscapes
  • Encourages exploration, reflection and stewardship through immersion in the outdoors
  • Promotes connectivity and respect of people and the broader community of life
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SUPPORT THE INSTITUTE AND ITS MISSION: You may give by credit card on our Academy donation page or by check by downloading a donation form here!

 

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When you give to the Wildlife Leadership Academy, you invest in the next generation of conservation leaders. Our students are passionate, caring and want to make a difference!

Make your investment in Pennsylvania's youth today!

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Michele Kittell, Executive Director
116 Market St.
Lewisburg, PA 17837

email: mkittell@piceweb.org
phone: 570.245.8518

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A Cooperative Intiative

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The Wildlife Leadership Academy is a cooperative initiative of various state agencies and conservation organizations. It is coordinated and
administered by the Pennsylvania Institute for Conservation Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.