Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education

Founded in 1965, the Schuylkill Center is one of the first urban environmental education centers in the country, with 340 acres of fields, forests, ponds, and streams in northwest Philadelphia. We work through four core program areas: environmental education, environmental art, land stewardship, and wildlife rehabilitation.

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8480 Hagys Mill Rd
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128

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