Welcome to PCEI
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. We invite you to learn more about opportunities to engage with us below.
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. Please follow CDC guidelines while you are visiting including staying six feet or more from other visitors.
Download a high res version of our PCEI Nature Center map created for us by Chelsea Feeney. This map outlines all the trails at the Nature Center, important features and points of interest. Feel free to share photos from your visit on social media using the hashtag #pceinaturecenter.
Picnic at PCEI – August 14
On Friday, August 14th, enjoy food by Humble Burger and beer from Hunga Dunga while listening to music by Cooper Trail. Sponsored by Trail & Swift Financial representing Northwestern Mutual. Beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase onsite. Food must be pre-ordered at pcei.org/picnic-at-pcei. Only 60 meals available so order early!
A Refuge for All to Enjoy
All of us at PCEI understand that this is a difficult time for our local businesses, schools and families. We would like to invite you to come to the PCEI Nature Center to de-stress, relax, walk, wander and enjoy nature during this challenging time.
Visiting the Nature Center is free and so are the following activities you can enjoy while you are here:
- Have a Picnic! Bring a blanket, snacks, books or coloring books for the little ones to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere here.
- Walk, Stroll or Roll along our universally accessible pathway
- Explore over a mile of trails (please pick up after your furry companions!)
- Bring the kids to get fresh air and healthy exercise (don’t forget the hand sanitizer!)
- Get Pumped on our kid-friendly Pump Track
- Please follow CDC guidelines while you are visiting including staying six feet or more from other visitors.
Growing Our Community One New Member at a Time
A message from Doug Heckman, PCEI Board President
We’ve enjoyed a banner year at PCEI. We’ve put a ton of effort into planning meaningful education programs, restoring at-risk stream ecosystems, hosting fun parties and events, and keeping up with maintenance at the PCEI Nature Center and Rose Creek Nature Preserve.
To maintain and grow our programs, we also need to maintain and grow our PCEI community. Memberships help us improve PCEI’s natural spaces, provide more stellar events, and deliver more educational programs. Plus, a strong membership base gives us more credibility and strength when applying for grants. Please consider joining the PCEI community.
Help Us Finish the Greenhouse!