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Environmental Education and Research Center (EERC):: Located in southern Henry County, Kentucky State University's Environmental Education and Research Center serves students in eight school districts, undergraduate and graduate students in the sciences, and provides an opportunity for faculty to engage in environmental research. The purpose of the Environmental Education and Research Center (EERC) is to protect and enhance 307 acres of Kentucky's wild lands. EERC creates a collaborative learning f

Western Center for Urban Forest Research and Education:: Includes latest in urban forest research: GIS, inventory and monitoring, parking lot shade ordinances, urban heat islands, and guidelines for tree planting.

Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center, University of Florida:: Water quality and turf nutrition, improved cultivars of turfgrass, and pest management (weeds, insects, diseases, nematodes) have been the main emphases since this urban Center opened in 1961. Located in the Town of Davie.

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center - University of Florida:: Includes notes on the Center's research programs and variety trial information on tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, watermelon and gourds. Gourd photo gallery also included.

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center: University of Florida:: Provides information on the research being undertaken by Dr. Bielinski M. Santos into horticultural crops.

Citrus Research International:: Information on the research being undertaken into insect pests of citrus crops that cause economic damage and lower fruit quality.

National Research Centre for Citrus:: Information on a project to study the germplasm of rootstocks, mandarins, acid lime, pummelo, grapefruit and sweet oranges.

Pocono Environmental Education Center:: Located within the Delaware Water Gap National Recration Area and provides environment education for groups, workshops, and institutes.

The Center for Environmental Education (CEE):: the Center for Environmental Education (CEE) is a comprehensive natural science and science education resource for diverse audiences. The Center enables learners of all ages—from primary students to undergraduates to retirees—to enhance their understanding of and appreciation for biodiversity, conservation and ecology. The Center is composed of two core components: The Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History and the Biosphere Project.

Field Station and Environmental Education Center:: FSEEC is an outdoor classroom that provides opportunities for hands-on learning and observation of Nature and natural processes for students of all ages. Our outdoor laboratories support investigations of sustainable land use and ecological restoration of impacted ecosystems.

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