Congratulations to our Park Naturalist, Annie Holt, who recently became one of the 2012 graduates of the Nonformal EE Certification program.
The Kentucky Environmental Education Council (KEEC) is a state agency within the Education Cabinet. One opportunity it offers is an annual Nonformal EE Certification program. The course work includes debates and research papers over prominent environmental topics, in addition to tests over theory and practice of environmental education techniques.
In reflection, Holt said, “It was very challenging, stressful at times, but fun. In the end I was very proud of what I was able to bring into our programming at Lost River Cave.”
We are so proud of what Holt has accomplished to forward our mission as well as provide schools and families with fun and educational programs.
2012 Graduating Class
Join Lost River Cave and members of the Bicycle Bowling Green organization on Saturday, May 22, for a ride down the Greenways Trails at Lost River Cave & Valley as we seek to build a bicycle-friendly community.
Meet the group in the parking lot at 8:30 a.m. before embarking on the hour-long family style ride that leads through the paved trail at 9:00 a.m.
Try to arrive early! The first 20 riders who show up will receive free admission for Lost River Cave’s Underground Boat Tour!
This event is open to the whole family. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear helmets, they are required for all riders!
This event is a Lost River, Naturally family outdoor involvement program.
For more information about the event, email Bicycle Bowling Green president, Sara Shipley Hiles (firstname.lastname@example.org), or email@example.com!