The Kern Environmental Education Program, or Camp KEEP, was developed in time for the 1968-69 school year, fulfilling educators' desire to offer a hands-on earth sciences learning opportunity for the students of Kern County. The Kern County Superintendent of Schools office, working with representatives from local school districts, developed a five-day curriculum of science and fun. These are photos from that first camp, held in spring 1969 at Tehachapi Mountain Park and Camp Condor near Pine Mountain Club. 

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