Educational resources provided by the Keystone Elk Country Alliances are available for use by Educators and the Media.
The following are articles published in our Tracks&Racks Magazine: (click on title for PDF)
Habitat Projects by the Keystone Elk Country Alliance by Andy Olson, Field Director/Wildlife Biologist
Partnering for Conservation by Toby Neal, Conservation Education Coordinator
Penn State Intern Program by Toby Neal, Conservation Education Coordinator
The Elusive Fisher by Nicole Meyer, Conservation Education Specialist
We also offer activities for younger student use:
Benny the Elk Color Page
Bird Color Page
Black Bear Color Page
For more information, or to bring your group to Elk Country, call our Conservation Education Department at 814-787-5173 or email KECAConEd@windstream.net.