We connect people, place and community. Our programs encourage sustainable living, provide experiential learning, and offer opportunities for serving in our community, while actively protecting and restoring our natural resources. 

Thank you for raising $30,000 for the Learning Greenhouse!










Children play near the foundation of the
Thomas O. Brown Learning Greenhouse.

Seventy-five generous donors and the Thomas O. Brown Foundation just raised $30,000 ($15,000 from donors and $15,000 matching grant) to construct the Learning Greenhouse!

Click here to fulfill a Greenhouse pledge or make an additional gift!

When completed, the 3,200 square foot Thomas O. Brown Learning Greenhouse will be used for native plant production, growing demonstrations, educational space, and innovative efforts such as aquaponics (growing both fish and plants using recirculating water).  Read more….

Seasonal Wanderings Family Series

Back by popular demand! Due to the great success of our fantastic winter/spring 2014/2015 family programs, we have extended our Seasonal Wanderings Family Series into 2016. Free, fun,and entertaining for all ages, PCEI’s Seasonal Wandering Family Series provides the Palouse-Clearwater region with fun, educational opportunities for everyone. PCEI is currently updating its programming, but please check in soon for a schedule of our upcoming educational events.

Drop-in Volunteer Day, Every Tuesday

Join us for our weekly Drop-in Volunteer Day every Tuesday from 10am-4pm at the PCEI Nature Center. Projects may include spreading woodchips to improve our one mile trail system, removing invasive weeds to allow our native species a chance to thrive, and other projects as needed.  Alternatives to outdoor work are always available–just let us know so we can find a project that fits your skills! We have something for everyone so fill out a volunteer application today!

Visit Our Nature Center

Enjoy trails, wetlands, outdoor art, Bikes for Tikes and more at the PCEI Nature Center.  Located at 1040 Rodeo Drive in Moscow, Idaho.  Open dawn to dusk 7 days a week.