Education and Connection in Colorado Springs

SEE is a 501c3 non-profit community of environmental and social change stewards, serving adults and youth of Tava Mountain Region through sustainable education. We are empowering reconnection to the land in an increasingly disconnected world.

SEE reconnects people with one another and the natural world through ongoing education and events, volunteer stewardship in our community garden, and donations-based self harvest. We build community resilience through classes with the land based in: regenerative food systems, local ecology, artisanship, homesteading, and wellness. 

Visit the garden, take a class, attend an event, volunteer time or money, teach with us, join a committee, or apply to join our board! We’re building a resilient local community and healthy environment for ourselves and future generations. SEE what’s possible! 

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Check out our expanded variety of classes & events for the 2023 spring season!

New Volunteer Committees Spring 2023!

Interested in furthering your involvement with SEE? Consider joining one of our Volunteer Committees!  

Visit our Volunteering Page for more details.

What We Do

Educational Experiences

Hands-on classes for all ages based in: regenerative food systems, local ecology, homesteading, artisanship and wellness. 

Community Building

Spend time in our community garden getting to know the plants and the many beings that call this place “home”.


Doing our part to take care of the land and the life it provides.

Thank you to those who donated to our 2022 end of year Give! Campaign.

You helped us raise $24,315 through the Give! Campaign, November 1st, 2022 – January 3rd, 2023. We extend much gratitude for the support of our community and those who contributed. Thank you, with humble hearts!

Your generosity gives us the opportunity to continue to provide inspired hands on learning skills in regenerative food systems, local ecology, artisanship, homesteading, and wellness! In 2023, we are excited to grow and expand our classes, garden spaces, volunteer programs, self-harvest experiences, and to offer the people of Colorado Springs more ways to connect with the natural world and each other!

What are you interested in?

We’re continuing to plan new programs for summer and fall 2022.
Fill out our Programs Survey so we know what you want to learn!

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Anti-discrimination policy:
SEE is committed to an anti-discrimination policy in all of its programs and services.  SEE is consciously and proactively inclusive in all areas of diversity including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, socioeconomic status, marital status, military status, language, and disability.