Learn the basics of nature photography at Keystone College Woodlands Campus. We will search out natural beauty and preserve images using our cameras. Learn about studying subjects, framing shots, times of day for best lighting, distance, angles, perspectives, textures and more.
This course provides an in-depth look at water resources, the essential role of water, the many risks which threaten the water supply locally and globally, and strategies to protect this precious natural resource.
This course examines food systems, energy resources, natural resources, water resources, and endangered species and the impact of human choices on these from environmental, societal, economic and political perspectives.
A 5-week, hands-on beekeeping class to examine the spring honey harvest, the behaviors and biological processes of honeybees during the height of the season, and the basic beekeeper interventions.