Environmental Resource Library
BCWS has a wealth of resources about the environment, and we’re willing to share! Though it was originally started as a resource for teachers, the items in the Eco-Library can be borrowed by any Butler County resident—free of charge. Not all of the publications are geared toward children; there are many resources for adults as well.
Teachers, home-schoolers, students and environmentally-conscious people of all ages are welcome to call Environmental Educator Sue Stephenson at (513) 887-3972 to borrow items from our Eco-Library.