Does my school need a KEC Club to qualify for access to resources?
Yes, you must enroll on-line and successfully complete the application to access resources.
Does my club need to be called the KidsEcoClub?
No, you may use KEC instead in the name of your club.
- What type of resources does KEC provide?
Please let us know how we can be of service. We will do our best to help. Service areas, include, but are not limited to:
- Grant writing
- Edible gardens
- Green energy
- Lab tours
- Water-wise gardens
- Writing curriculum
- Worm bins
- Habitat restoration
- Website support
- Blog support
- Construction of owl, bird and bat boxes
- Construction of garden boxes and composting bins
- Wildlife habitats
- Wild animal presentations
- Water conservation
- Emergency preparedness
- Does KEC charge for any of its services?
- What grades does KEC support?
- Why should I create a custom website for my club?
By doing so, you will have access to other educators, be able to connect students and participate in project collaborations at a distance.
- What type of gardens does KEC support?
KEC supports all types of gardens. For example, edible gardens, plant medicine gardens, butterfly gardens, water wise gardens and wildlife gardens.
- Does KEC assist with transportation?
Under resourced schools may apply for transportation assistance.
- Do most KEC Clubs take place after school?
The vast majority of KEC Clubs are incorporated into class time.
- Can a school have more than one KEC Club?
Yes. Many schools have clubs for different grades.
- What types of activities do KEC Clubs undertake?
Please see the KEC Club Manual for examples.
- How do I start a Club?
Instructions for completing a Club application and custom website are located on the Club page.
- What are the programs at KEC?
Click here for the KEC Programs and Services brochure (PDF).